Hall of Justice
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116. James Tucker, Executive Producer, DC Universe Animated Films at Warner Bros. Animation
This episode features comic book animation royalty when James Tucker, executive producer of the DC Animated Movies at Warner Bros. Animation visits the Hall of Justice. The centerpiece of the episode is the upcoming DC Universe animated movie "Reign of the Supermen." Out on digital right now and coming to Blu-Ray on January 29th. Tucker explains the process on how this project got off the ground, and where it will take fans in this movie. This packed episode covers a lot of ground, and not in chronological order. He entered the genre during Superman - The Animated Series, and takes listeners through a journey covering Batman-The Brave and the Bold, Legion of Superheroes, and all the films he worked on, and even a few he didn't. Among the topics covered: What about that last episode of Brave the Bold? What does Tucker think of DC Live-action movies and TV shows? What aoubt the Batman/Batgirl love scene in "The Killing Joke"? How did Death of Superman/Reign of Supermen evolve from Sup...
115. Superman (George Newbern from Justice League/Justice League Unlimited)
George Newbern joins the show on the heels of the announcement that he will be reprising the role of Superman in a forthcoming DC Universe animated feature "Justice League vs. the Fatal Five." Newbern discusses playing the iconic role and what made the Justice League animated series so great. He talks about taking over for Tim Daly, who had voiced the character a few years prior in Superman - The Animated Series. He also discussed the #JLReunion social media campaign. Also discussed were Newbern's on camera roles: Adventures in Babysitting, Father of the Bride (1 2), and his recently completed role in ABC's Scandal.
114. #JLReunion w/"Wonder Woman" Susan Eisenberg
Voice actor Susan Eisenberg, best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the iconic animated series Justice League and its follow-up Justice League Unlimited, joins the show for a second time. She discusses the social media #JLReunion push by fans and actors to bring back the cast for an on-screen reunion. They also speak about Eisenberg's interactions with "Wonder Women" Gal Gadot and Lynda Carter, as well as Christie Marston, granddaughter of Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston. Follow Susan on Instagram and Twitter @susaneisenberg1
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