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That can be done. Maybe in this next post!
Amazing Fantasy with Kimber and Stormer
(More fun from the Red-Haired Devil and the Blue-Haired Angel in this segment!)
Episode Twenty-One: World War Hulk: Assault On the Baxter Building (aka, Target: Harvey Gabor!)
The scheming Pizzazz put her plan and the Hulk's battle strategy into action as the Warguard launches their first attack on her father's Baxter Building headquarters! Now, Reed and Sue Richards (Christopher McDonald and Giselle Loren) have returned to help Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) and Johnny Storm (Chris Evans) deal with the Hulk's onslaught alongside the Black Panther (Jeffrey Sams) and Storm (Kristen Williamsen). But, Roxy and Stormer knock out Ben, Sue and Johnny, and teleport them to the Phillips family's Los Angeles bungalow residence, leaving Reed, Harvey Gabor (Kevin Conroy), and a visiting Eric Raymond (Charlie Adler) alone to face the Hulk himself! Meanwhile, swimsuit-clad sisters Jerrica and Kimber Benton suddenly find a body inside the ship, just as the She-Hulk (Lisa Zane) and the Cesaire sisters, Shana (Vasthy Mompoint) and Regine (Chiara Zanni) arrive to also discover the charred corpse, which turns out to be the body of the Hulk's new bride! Now, Jennifer Walters and both sets of sisters have to find out what happened and deal with the Warguard's march on the Baxter Building before it's too late! But, could Phyllis convince Jerrica that Hulk's mission is just, and they should help Ol' Greenskin bring down the Illuminati?
Episode Twenty-Two: Inhumanoids: The Secret Alliance
Korg, the Stone Man (Tony Todd), in his quest to gather more allies for the Warguard's cause against the Illuminati, happens upon the subterranean world of the Inhumanoids, where he is caught up in an Inhumanoid civil war between the forces of Metlar (Michael Dorn) and D'Compose (Brian Dobson)! And, with the Earth Corps on their way to deal with the events of the Inhumanoid civil war, can Korg really convince the Inhumanoids that the Earth Corps are working for the Illuminati so that they can help Korg lay the smacketh down on the Illuminati members and their allies in the Initiative? Evil really does lie within, doesn't it?
Episode Twenty-Three: G.I. JOE: Assault on Cobra Mountain, or, the Female Joe's Guide to Fighting Cobra!
Set before the events of World War Hulk, Scarlett (Amy Birnbaum) and Lady Jaye (Lisa Ann Beley) find themselves initiating three new members into the G.I. Joe team: Angela "White Tiger" Del Toro (Michelle Rodriguez), Kimiko "Jinx" Arashikage (Liza Kaplan), and Colleen Wing (Karen Maruyama). And their first mission for the Joes, launching an assault on Cobra's mountain base in the Peruvian Andes in an attempt to stop a large shipment of nerve gas from being transported to North America for the Red Skull to use on the populace of the United States and its political constituency! But, as Allison, Shana, Angela, Kimiko and Colleen find themselves taking on the COBRA Capekillers, Kimiko discovers the unconscious body of the Baroness, and the real mastermind behind the plot: Synthia "Sin" Schmidt (special voice over by Mischa Barton) and her murderous boyfriend, Crossbones (Michael Ironside), who have a much more diabolical plan in mind for America than those of her father! Can a revived Baroness (Morgan Lofting) be able to help our five heroines deal with Sin and Crossbones and destroy the missiles before they reach U.S. airspace and kill millions of people? It's ladies night in this adventure episode!
Episode Twenty-Four: The Hurricane: The Shining Wizard Returns
It has been almost two years since wrestling superhero Hurricane (Gregory Helms) has done any crimefighting! He broke up with Mighty Molly, Rosey has been killed by his own brother Umaga, and the worst thing, his longtime ally, Department H's Christopher Benoit and his wife Nancy murdered as a result of the violent exposure to the Mutant Growth Hormone that plagued many superheroes and wrestlers! Now, a beautiful blonde HYDRA agent by the name of Velvet Sky (Talia Madison) has offered Greg a chance to become the Hurricane again! But, does Velvet have a hidden agenda for our hero? And, is she looking to replace Molly as his new partner and love interest? That's something a despondent Battleaxe (Joanie Laurer) must find out if she wants to bring the Hurricane back to the good side in this episode!
Episode Twenty-Five: Kimber and Stormer in: Kill Billie Lumpkin, Volume One!
Fantastic Four mailman Willie Lumpkin (Stan Lee) guest stars in this tale that has Kimber and Mary visiting Kimber's voluptuous seventeen-year-old friend, and Willie's great-niece, Wilhelmina "Billie" Lumpkin (Kaley Cuoco), who's just starting out as both the elder Lumpkin's mail carrier apprentice and a newbie in the Unlimited Class Wrestling Federation's Grapplers unit! But, there's is a problem, for every female brawler in the Marvel Universe wants Billie's pretty little ass, bringing Kimber and Billie into the unenviable task of becoming tag team partners in a city-wide Royal Rumble-style girlfight against the entire Grapplers roster! Can Stormer find a way to help her two friends survive this brutal girlfight?
Next: Tales to Astonish: Annihilation
....I'm not sure I understand the purpose of all this.
The Marvel Spotlight will return on Saturday May 10 with the Quasar spotlight, as we bring about the last 25 Marvel Spotlight stories of the cycle before I launch the new X-Men: Mutant Spotlight anthology series.
And, with the proliferation of many Marvel series being launched on TV, the next Marvel Spotlight cycle will become radically different, as the events of "Secret Invasion" in the comics, and "Fantastic Four", "Spider-Man", Wolverine and the X-Men, and the many Marvel DTV movies that have, or are about to be made, has forced me to go in a completely different direction. Thank God for the many characters from the Hasbro Universe that will balance things out in the brand-new 616/717 continuity!
Anyway, look for it on Saturday, and XM:MS in the summer, and stay tuned for Cycle Four of the Marvel Spotlight in Fall, 2008!
i thought the new stories would be up by now
Well sorry about the week-long delay, but I wasn't feeling too well at the time. So here goes...
Quasar: The Animated Series
(Wendell Vaughn and Phyla-Vell make their very first appearance in their new series ever!)
Main Voice Cast:
Wendell Elvis Vaughn/Quasar I: Dwayne Cameron
Phyla-Vell/Quasar II: Holly Shanahan
Episode One: The Secret of the Quantum Nega-Bands
For this premiere episode, what happens when one of the greatest superheroes of the fifties, the original Marvel Boy, Robert Grayson (Greg Cipes in flashbacks), gives up the legendary Quantum Nega-Bands, only to have them end up in the hands of SHIELD? That's what a now elderly Robert Grayson (Peter Cullen) is about to find out when he is called back into service by SHIELD to select a brand-new wielder of the Nega Bands! And, when a young hotshot recruit in the SHIELD Super-Agent Program by the name of Wendell Elvis Vaughn is the one to get the gauntlets, a brand-new adventure is about to begin for this pretty-boy in this Marvel True Superhero Story of Quasar, in this episode!
Episode Two: Quantum Leap
Not to be confused with the Donald Bellisario-produced NBC series of the same name that starred Scott Bakula, this episode is about a dangerous brand-new threat to New York City called Quantum (Lance Henriksen), who has the power to duplicate himself at will and disrupt the space-time continuum! And, when he starts committing a brazen series of scientific robberies at various research facilities across the city, it will be up to Quasar to take down Quantum and his clones before it's too late!
Episode Three: Team Bluestreak
Wendell finds himself in an unbelievable situation when he is smitten by a young blue-haired race-car driver by the name of Blue Kelso (Caren Manuel). Problem is, she's got a rollerblading brother named Cyan (Michael Sinterniklaas), and a mysterious young Autobot (Sam Regal) to deal with! But, when a dangerous new Decepticon named Blurr (Powers Boothe) and the murderous Speed Demon (James MacClurcan) make their appearance to challenge the Autobot to a death race on California's dangerous Pacific Coast Highway, it'll be up to Quasar to help Team Bluestreak bring down this dangerous new duo in this episode!
Episode Four: The Ion Storm
Mary "Stormer" Phillips (Maggie Blue O'Hara) and her brother, SHIELD agent Craig Phillips (Brad Swaile), guest star in this episode where both Quasar and Stormer are asked by the new SHIELD director Tony Stark to protect Craig and the blue-haired siblings' mother, Vanessa Phillips (Susan Blu), from a dangerous radioactive villainess named Ion (Patricia Alice Albrecht), who is looking for the scientist herself! But what Wendell wants to know from both Mary and Craig is: What is Violetta Todd's connection to Vanessa Phillips? And, what does it have to do with what happened to the then green-haired woman in the past, and their connection to the mother of another Jem character, Video, named Valeria Montgomery (Samantha Paris)? That's what Quasar and SHIELD are about to find out when they all travel to Mulberry, Indiana to protect both Valeria and Vanessa from their radioactive former friend Violetta in this special episode!
Episode Five: Phyla
This episode, set a few years after Wendell Vaughn's adventures, focuses on a very special young lady by the name of Phyla-Vell. She's the daughter and sister of Mar and Genis-Vell, the two men who became Marvel's version of Captain Marvel, and the one who is about to take a giant step in the superhero game as she takes the mantle of Quasar from the now-deceased Wendell Vaughn in this episode set during Annihilation! But can she cut it as she must help a time-displaced anthropomorphic rabbit named Bucky O'Hare (Billy West) deal with something far worse then the Toad Empire itself: the mad lord of the Negative Zone himself, Annihilus, in this crossover tale!
Next: The New Captain Marvel Tales
welcome back kenny, you had stomach flu too eh?
Stomach flu and some complications from diabetes. But I'm okay, thank God.
The New Captain Marvel Tales
(Mar-Vell, Genis-Vell, Phyla-Vell, Monica Rambeau, even Ms. Marvel are showcased in this all-new anthology series featuring Marvel's own Kree-born superhero!)
Main Voice Cast:
Rick Jones (narrator): Luke Perry
Mar-Vell/Captain Marvel Prime: Norman Spencer
Genis-Vell/Captain Marvel II: Kirby Morrow
Monica Rambeau/Captain Marvel III/Photon: Garcelle Beauvais-Nihon
Carol Danvers/Ms. Marvel: Victoria Pratt
Phyla-Vell: Holly Shanahan (return from her own series)
Episode One: The Legacy of Captain Marvel
Think back to a time where there were no Civil Wars, no Annihilations, no Secret Invasions. A time before the original Kree-Skrull War, the Secret Wars, Operations Galactic Storm and Zero Tolerance, even Onslaught and Heroes Reborn. A simpler time, where a mysterious visitor from Kree-Lar named Mar-Vell came to Earth and inspired two people, a lonely Hulk sidekick named Rick Jones, and a beautiful Air Force pilot named Carol Susan Jane Danvers, as well as many others, to take up the mantle of the most heroic alien since Superman: Captain Marvel! This is Mar-Vell's True Marvel Superhero Story, and it is in this episode!
Episode Two: Ms. Marvel: Day of the Warbird, Night of the Deathbird
Carol Danvers gets her own solo-themed episode outside of her own series in this one that features how Carol met a young Autobot jet named Warbird (Lenore Zann), even before the Cybertronian femmebot joined SHIELD! It's an adventure set in the present day where Ms. Marvel and Warbird deal with a Decepticon/Shi'Ar alliance force led by the murderous Shi'Ar war witch Deathbird (Karen Cliche)! But can superhuman and Autobot be able to deal with this imposing combined force before it's too late for the Earth and Cybertron? Find out in this episode!
Episode Three: Photon: Monica Rambeau, G.I. Jane!
Gung-Ho (Frank Welker), the Marine Corps representative of G.I. Joe, and longtime friend of Monica Rambeau, makes his return to Louisiana to help his extremely large family and his friend Monica help rebuild the various parishes of New Orleans damaged by Hurricane Katrina three years ago. But, he is also here for another reason: He wants repay Monica for helping his family deal with COBRA a while back in the Mockingbird spotlight by recruiting her in the G.I. Joe Team! Will she accept his offer and become the newest superpowered member of America's Elite Special Missions Force? Yo Photon, Yo Joe!!!
Episode Four: Genis-Vell: The Legacy Continues!
It is seven years after the death of Captain Mar-Vell, and a newcomer to the superhero game has arrived, for his son, Genis-Vell, has taken the mantle of Captain Marvel! But can an already crippled Rick Jones be able to accept the son as the new Captain Marvel, especially when they have to deal with the space pirate Nebula (Kari Wahlgren) and her father, the mad lord Thanos (John-Rhys Davies)? It's a space adventure of epic proportions in this episode!
Episode Five: Phyla-Vell: Phyla, Phyllis and Phyllicia
The Fantastics' Pizzazz (Lisa Ortiz), and Iron Fist's Autobot ninja cycle friend, Nightbird (Colleen Wheeler), guest star in this episode with Phyla-Vell that tries to answer this perplexing question: What would happen if Phyllis Gabor and Phyla-Vell came together as the new Quasar? Get ready for the new and improved, green-haired Quasar, as the two similarly-named girls join together and team up with the tabloid reporter Phyllicia Raven, the robot ninja Mini-Con known as Nightbird, to deal with an outbreak of murderous Scrapmetal robots that are eating away at various New York City landmarks! Can all three ladies be able to deal with this brand-new menace before it's too late? Plus, Phyla-Vell masters the Keytar and tries out for the Fantastics, in this episode!
Next: Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy
(Marvel's 31st century superheroes star in their very first Spotlight!)
Main Voice Cast:
Major Vance Astrovik/Major Victory: George Newbern
Charlie 27: Ron Perlman
Martinex: Carl Lumbly
Yondu Udonta: Kevin Michael Richardson
Stakar Ogord: Kevin Conroy
Aleta Ogord: Susan Eisenberg
Nicolette "Nikki" Gold: Brenda Song
Talon: Shawn Harrison
Rita DeMara/Yellowjacket: Kelly Carlson
Episode One: Vance Astro, Guardian of the Galaxy
Intended as an episode of my own New Warriors series treatment for Season Two, the premiere is now a Guardians of the Galaxy origin episode featuring Marvel Boy (Wil Wheaton). In it, the New Warriors find themselves battling a strange new alien race of lizard men called the Badoon! That is, until an older version of Marvel Boy called Major Victory arrives on the scene with an intergalactic team of superheroes called the Guardians of the Galaxy! But, can both teams be able to rout this horde of 31st century invaders? It's the expanded Marvel True Superhero Story of the Guardians of the Galaxy, in this episode!
Episode Two: The Mark of the Stark!
Iron Man (Marc Worden) and the Wasp (Grey DeLisle) guest star in this episode when, during a battle with the female Yellowjacket, the three of them are thrust into the 31st century, where they meet up with the Guardians of the Galaxy and come face to face with an alien race of techno-organic creatures called the Stark, whose technology is based on Iron Man himself! Can everyone deal with a group of beings who could know Iron Man's own weaknesses and strengths? and will Rita DeMara be able to start a new life with the Guardians? Find out in this episode!
Episode Three: The Korvac Ultimatum
The Stingers guest star in this Guardians of the Galaxy episode where the golden haired band is caught up in a battle that spans two different timelines and involves a young Stingers fan named Carina Walters (Vanessa Hudgens) and her new boyfriend, a telekinetic genius named Michael Korvac (Corbin Bleu), who is also Rapture's cousin, and a young man whose powers could affect the heroes of both the 21st and 31st centuries unless the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Stingers can stop him cold before he achieves total godhood in this episode!
Episode Four: Killraven, Warrior of the Worlds
Yondu's Martian soldier past comes back to haunt him when he and the other Guardians come face to face with a gladiator turned freedom fighter named Jonathan Killraven (Jeffrey Meek), whose Earth has been invaded by the warlike green-skinned Martians, who have killed most of Yondu's blue-skinned race five years before the invasion of Earth! And when Killraven enlists the help of the GOTG to rout the invading Green Martian force, are the Guardians biting off more than they can chew when the invaders launch their ultimate weapon: a rail gun powerful enough to wipe Earth right off the galactic map? It's an adventure of Star Wars proportions in this update of H.G. Wells' epic War of the Worlds in this episode!
Episode Five: Girl of Destiny, Church of Truth
Two stories from two different timelines are about to come together in this related Secret Invasion storyline featuring Marvel Boy and the Psycho Movie-Loving Couple, Techrat and Clash (Greg Cipes and Grey DeLisle), when Clash reveals to Techrat that she is a human-Skrull hybrid, much to the psychotic techno-geek's shock and delight!!! But the ramifications of their relationship could effect the events of the 31st Century when they are thrust into the Guardians' time period and meet not only Major Victory, but Terrence and Constance's descendant, a young Skrull teen named Replica (Heather Hogan), whose destiny is not only connected to them, but also to a twisted cult called the Universal Church of Truth! Can Techrat and Clash help Major Victory find out the secret of the Church and its Black Knights and save Replica before it's too late? Plus, wait until they get a look at two mysterious immortal versions of themselves named Lord Techrat and Lady Copycat (Charles Adler and Catherine Cavadini) - in this episode!
Next: The Adventures of Miss Fury (Special Presentation)
The Adventures of Miss Fury
(June Tarpe Mills' ditzy-ass crimefighting heroine makes her first full Marvel Spotlight debut in her own series!)
Main Voice Cast:
Marla Drake Hale: April Winchell
Gary Hale: Paul Eiding
Marlena Hale/Miss Fury: Heather Hogan
Erica Von Kampf/Ice Princess: Finola Hughes
Episode One: The Life and Times of Miss Marla Drake
X-Man Bobby Drake (Shawn Ashmore) guest stars in this episode where he visits his favorite aunt Marla and his cousin Marlena at their home. But, Auntie Marla's got some explaining to do when both Bobby and Marlena find a mysterious black cat costume in a family vault. It's the funky story of one of Timely Comics' first female heroines, as Marla tells the story of how she designed the costume from ancient mystical panther skin, and the masquerade ball, and the events that led to Marla becoming the kittenish and ditzy Miss Fury in her first Marvel True Superhero Story, in this episode!
Episode Two: When the Fury Meets the Fatale
It's Marlena Hale's turn, as the 17-year-old dancer dons her mother's catsuit and becomes the new Miss Fury! But, is she biting more than she can chew when she tangles with a similarly-themed feline fatale in Spider-Man's sexy nemesis, the Black Cat (Jennifer Hale)! Hey, does Felicia Hardy know something about Marlena Hale and her family that even Marlena doesn't want revealed? And, what does it have do with the connection between Marla Drake and Anastasia Hardy, whose twin sister is one of Marla's most hated foes from her own Miss Fury days? Confusing, you bet it is!
Episode Three: The Ice Princess Returns
In the Miss Fury episode of Amazing Fantasy with Kimber and Stormer, Marla and nephew Bobby had to deal with the return of the newly-powered former spy Countess Erica von Kampf, who got her ass handed to her by the Drakes! Now, the icy longtime foe has returned again, this time battling her new stepdaughter(?!?) Marlena! What! When Marlena finds out that her father, the weak-willed Gary Hale, fathered a son named Damian (Matthew Valencia) by her most hated foe, Marlena and Damian may want to get to know each other, but it will be both Marla and Erica who may want to kill the two-timing lothario Gary Hale altogether! It's an episode of hilarious proportions, and it's brought to you by the Marvel Spotlight!
Episode Four: The Era of Her Ways
Mary Jane Watson (Vanessa Marshall), Shana Cesaire (Vasthy Mompoint) and Misty Collins (Meagan Smith) all guest star with Miss Fury, as the four teens are part of a steamy modeling shoot for Models Incorporated and Misty's aunt Millicent Collins (Joan Collins) in an unexplored part of the Savage Land. But, things turn from bad to incredibly strange when Marlena, Misty, Mary Jane and Shana find themselves meeting the ruler of this Savage Land island paradise: the glamourous Era Valdez (Elizabeth Pena), and her army of trained guerilla fighters, who have a history with both Millie Collins and Marla Drake, and find themselves under attack from an army of murderous Insecticons looking for a rare indestructible liquid metal that the Decepticons need for their ranks! And this time, they're gonna kill Era and her female soldiers in order to get it, unless Miss Fury, Firefly, and the visiting Dinobots can protect her, whether the beautiful senorita wants it or not!
Episode Five: Miss Fury, Minx, and the Man in the Golden Iron Mask
Marlena finds herself in an unusual situation when she and friend Ingrid Kreuger (Kath Soucie) are caught up in an adventure where they stumble upon a fortified fortress, a boatload of missiles filled with Sarin gas, a group of captured G.I. Joes, and the seven-foot tall warlord Destro (Arthur Burghardt) and his Iron Grenadiers! Now, the girls must find a way to stop Destro, dismantle the nissiles and rescue the missing Joes! But, is Marlena ready to deal with someone more powerful that she is? Yeah, right!
Next: Amazing Fantasy with Kimber and Stormer
Amazing Fantasy with Kimber and Stormer
(Kimber and Mary return for more adventures, sponsored by the Superhuman Registration Act by Stark Enterprises!)
Episode Twenty-Six: Spider-Man: The Parker Legacy
Get ready for the biggest head trip ever for everyone's favorite wall-crawler, as Peter Parker (Christopher Daniel Barnes) is traveling with his Aunt May (Barbara Goodson) to visit his even more famous cousins, including Baywatch's Casey Jean "C.J." Parker (voice of Pamela Anderson), Melrose Place's Allison Parker (voiced by Courtney Thorne-Smith), Seven Days' Frank Parker (voiced by Anthony La Paglia), and even the Facts of Life's Molly Parker (voiced by Molly Ringwald), as the newly rediscovered Parker clan is brought by Madame Web to help prevent the death of Peter Parker's and Frank Parker's parents, who were killed at different times by HYDRA, causing a chain reaction that affected the rest of the Parker family. But, can the chrononaut, web-slinger, lifeguard, troubled advertising girl, and socialite, along with members of the National Security Agency's Seven Days project be able to prevent the murders, and may be able to prevent even Benjamin Parker's murder in seven days in this two-hour special episode set in the same 90's timeline as Spider-Man TAS, Baywatch, Seven Days and Melrose Place? You just can't think this stuff up!
Episode Twenty-Seven: She-Hulk: Hey Hey, It's She-Hulk and the Muscle Machines!
Jennifer Walters (Lisa Zane) finds herself in a sticky situation when she and Phyllis Gabor (Lisa Ortiz) find themselves getting involved in one of Harvey Gabor's latest acquisitions: the Bigfoot monster-truck franchise, when they meet its top driver: John "Yank" Justice (Lance LeGault), and two twin girls who look suspiciously like Kimber Benton: Red and Redder (Kelly Sheridan and Liza Jacqueline)! But, when a crooked land developer named Adrian Ravenscroft (Charles Adler) is found murdered, the evidence points to Harvey Gabor! Now, She-Hulk and Pizzazz must join forces with Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines to find the real killer: Matthew MacPherran (Michael Ironside), the seven-foot-tall driver of Grave Digger and older brother of She-Hulk's hated nemesis, Mary "Titania" MacPherran! And the thing is: he just got finished beating up his wife, Vanessa Atwood, for sleeping with Ravenscroft! Now, the MacPherran siblings have joined forces to take down the Bigfoot crew, and Shulkie and Zazz may be the ones to stop them in this special episode!
Episode Twenty-Eight: X-Men Evolution: Scott, Jerrica, Kimber and Alex!
Emmett Benton (Paul Eiding) and Jacqui Benton (Marlene Aragon) take a visit to the Xavier estate to help Professor Charles Xavier fix up Cerebro with some brand-new Cybertronian tech to go along with the extremely compatible Shi'Ar Danger Room technology in the mansion. Meanwhile, Jerrica (now voiced by Kari Wahlgren) and Kimber (Liza Jacqueline) meet up with their male mutant counterparts in Scott and Alex Summers (Kirby Morrow and Matthew Hill) and fall madly in love with the Summers brothers, causing a series of events involving Rio Pacheco, Sean Harrison, Jean Grey and Lorna Dane that will throw both the X-Men and Jem universes out of whack, especially when Lorna's dad, Magneto (Christopher Judge), makes a visit! It's a comedy of errors in this special episode!
Episode Twenty-Nine: Ghost Rider: The Last Ride of the Dreadnoks!
Zartan (Brian Drummond) and his Dreadnoks have just raped Zandar's new girlfriend, and killed Zarana's rock guitarist boyfriend for his old pal Zipper (Charles Adler)! Now, it's hellfire and brimstone time, as Zarana (Tabitha St. Germain) joins up with the Ghost Rider (Richard Grieco) to send the Dreadnoks straight to hell! But even if Zarana and Zandar (Richard Ian Cox) help GR deal with their Dreadnok brothers, they got an even bigger challenge when they have to deal with Zipper's older brother, an axe wielding killer by the name of Zanzibar (Glenn "Kane" Jacobs), who's looking to finish the job by killing the twins unless Ghost Rider can stop him! Man, that's a lot of Z's there, no joke!
Episode One: Kimber and Stormer in: Brittany and Angelina's Excellent Adventure!
Kimber gets a visit from an old friend in Angelina "Stunner" Brancale (Stacy Keibler) when her grandmother, Auntie Freeze (Amy Hill) makes a visit to the Benton home to visit Emmett Benton. Meanwhile, Mary gets a visit from her rock-singer cousin, Brittany "Killswitch" Phillips (Britta Phillips), who's coming to New York for a concert at the Hard Rock Cafe! But when Stunner finally meets Killswitch for the first time and the two girls use their combined powers for the first time against Spider-Woman (Alyssa Milano), it's time for Kimber and Stormer to help Jessica deal with Killswitch and Stunner in this wild adventure! Plus, Britta Phillips lends her singing voice to Killswitch when she performs the old Terence Trent D'Arby hit, "Say a Prayer for Me," and Kimber and Stormer perform D'Arby's other hit, "Rain," in this episode!
Next: Jennifer Walters: The Sensational She-Hulk
Jennifer Walters: The Sensational She-Hulk
(Jennie's back for all-new adventures, and a sexier new pose!)
Main Voice Cast:
Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk: Lisa Zane
Louise Mason: Doris Roberts
Episode One: A Tale of Two Girls Named Titania
Roxy Pelligrini (Meghan Black) and her mother, Catherine (Samantha Paris), make an appearance in this She-Hulk tale where Jennifer Walters travels to Philadelphia at the request of the Pelligrini family to meet up with Catherine's big brother, Dominic DeVito (James Gandolfini), and his big and beautiful daughter, Davidia (Nicholle Tom). You see, SHIELD agent Alex Pelligrini and his wife Catherine (as well as daughter Roxanne) want Jennie to represent their niece (and Roxy's cousin) Davidia in a juvenile delinquency case in which a judge (special voice-over by Judge Greg Mathis) is about to give the 16-year-old raven-haired girl community service! Guess where she's spending the time? As the newest member of the Grapplers with the stage name of - you guessed it - Titania! But, there's one problem: There's another woman named Titania - Mary MacPherran (Katey Sagal) - and this red-haired Glamazon wants little Davey to become her Padawan learner (to quote the Star Wars reference), and that's got Roxy and Shulkie real concerned! Now, the Platinum-Haired Rocker Chick and the Green Gammazon must find a way to get Davidia out from under Mary's bad influence, even if Roxy and Davey will have to fight it out in the ring in this episode!
Episode Two: Esmeryl
Jennie is with Lindsey Pierce (Susan Blu) as the two of them are enjoying each other's company during a day at the beach. But when the two ladies discover a mysterious green Cybertronian protoform with a body similar to She-Hulk's own about to come out of its stasis pod, both Shulkie and Lin-Z are about to find a confused foe, and a possible new friend for the Green Gammazon in a brand new Autobot Green Glamazon named Esmeryl (April Winchell), a scaly Chevrolet El Camino monster truck about to give a dangerous new Decepticon assault racer named Crumplezone (Andy Milder) a Gamma Ray-sized beatdown on the beach when he kidnaps Lindsey during his attack on She-Hulk! Can the two green beauties learn to coexist in time to defeat Crumplezone and rescue Lindsey before it's too late? It's not easy being green in this episode, especially for human and robot!
Episode Three: The Phantom and The Fury - The Next Generation
She-Hulk gets involved in a case involving two generations of superheroines, as Jennie and her friend Louise Mason head out to Los Angeles to help out an old friend of Louise's - Marla Drake (April Winchell) - when an old villain from her past named General Bruno (Udo Kier) returns from the dead looking for revenge! And when both Louise and Marla are captured by the madman in their original outfits, She-Hulk must seek the help of their daughters, Wanda (Lauren Conrad) and Marlena (Heather Hogan) - in their own identities of the Phantom Blonde and the Black Fury - to send this Teutonic villain back to the Stone Age and rescue their moms in this episode!
Episode Four: The Gammazon of Sinanju
Martial-arts action hero Remo Williams (Jeffrey Meek) returns, and this time, he's working for an underground SHIELD resistance force trying to put an end to the Superhuman Registration Act and restore Nick Fury (Andre Ware) to his post as Director of the global anti-terrorist organization! This time, the Destroyer of Sinanju needs Shulkie's help to rescue his sensei Chiun (Phil Lamarr) from a COBRA/HYDRA-controlled SHIELD unit looking to Chiun to train many of the young recruits drafted by Tony Stark during the Civil War for COBRA's new superhuman army! But as Jennifer and Remo dig further into the rescue effort, they find an injured drill sergeant named Gauntlet (Kevin Michael Richardson), who tells the two heroes about a dark new plan unleashed by COBRA to replace the world's leaders with Synthoid duplicates! But, there is a catch: It's already being done, this time by the Skrulls! And they have allied themselves with Cobra Commander in an attempt to infuse Skrull DNA into the Synthoids and to infiltrate Marvel's superhuman population! Can they stop this alliance and rescue Chiun before it's too late in this prelude to next season's Secret Invasion storyarc? Plus, Remo gets it on with Jennie sexually in this episode!
Episode Five: Jennifer Walters, V.I.P.
Pamela Anderson, Molly Culver, and Natalie Raitano lend their voices to this unbelievable crossover that has She-Hulk traveling to the San Fernando Valley of California to help an old friend named Tasha Dexter and her associates, Vallery Irons and Nikki Franco, deal with a dangerous new Marvel villainess named Mankiller (Molly Culver in a dual role), who bears a striking resemblance to Tasha herself, but with superhuman powers! And, when the brutal Katarina Van Horn devises a plan to create an army of militant warrior females hell bent on eliminating the world's male population, Jennie, Tasha, Val and Nikki must find a way to put an end to Mankiller's man-hating plans before it's too late!
Next: Incredible Hulk: World War Hulk
where has this tread been lately i subscribed to it but it stopped showing on my subsribed threads list
Stay tuned for a special announcement concerning the Marvel Spotlight and the DC Animated Showcase in a separate thread on Monday December 22, 2008! You'll like it!
thanks for the heads up