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On this expanded episode, Seth, Victor, and some special guests recap 10 separate TV series that had a season released on 2018-2019. The series include:
. Arrow (Season 7)
. The Flash (Season 5)
. Black Lightning (Season 2)
. Supergirl (Season 4)
. DC Legends of Tomorrow (Season 4)
. Doom Patrol (Season 1)
. Iron Fist (Season 2)
. The Runaways (Season 2)
. Young Justice Outsiders (Season 3)
. The Punisher (Season 2)
Plus, the last 3 minutes could be the funniest minutes of the entire podcast. The guys have a 3 minute impromptu "review" of the film Aladdin.
Special thanks to Chris Velardi, Tushar Saxsena, and Scott Seidenberg for their contribution.
Pop culture phenomenon Game of Thrones wrapped up their 8th season and ultimately the series and the Hall of Justice review is here.
However, Seth has not seen any episode, so like before, Victor Dandridge takes the reigns and is joined by Scott Seidenberg of NBC Sports Radio and Joe Lee of WAER in Syracuse.
They are handpicked as Game of Thrones experts. Victor lead a spirited roundtable about how the iconic series came to a close.
Follow Scott on Twitter @ScottsOnAir and Joe @jblee883.
It's been barely a month since the iconic film Avengers: Endgame was released. Seth and Victor revisit the film, and discuss all the things they learned since they reviewed it when it opened.
Also included is the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, and various Easter Eggs hidden in Endgame.
The discussion culminates with a frank discussion on where the Marvel Cinematic Universe goes from here.
Multi-faceted and talented actress Jennifer Riker joins the Hall of Justice podcast from the CW hit series "Black Lightning," which recently completed Season 2. Riker portrays Dr. Helga Jace, a calculated, potential sociopath scientist who in real life isn't a scientist and definitely not a sociopath!
In this episode she discusses her role in the show, and how the cast welcomed her. She also covers her upbringing in Pennsylvania, and her many roles in TV, film, and stage. She is currently appearing in the film Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase, and will soon be appearing in ), and soon to be seen in 20th Century Fox's action/comedy STUBER. In the episode, she was asked about roles in House of Cards and Mad Men.
Follow Jennifer Riker on Instagram @offficialjenniferriker
Disney+ announced a launch of November 12th, 2019 where it will feature all the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, all the Star Wars films, all the X-Men films, and 30 seasons of the Simpsons!
That news sent shockwaves across the entertainment spectrum. What does it mean for Netflix? What's Hulu's role? Where does it leave the DC Universe? What about AT&T owning Time Warner and HBO?
So many questions. Seth and Victor decipher the headlines, and see what it means for all the shows and movies in the comic book / sci-fi space.
Warning : Do NOT press play on this episode until you have seen Marvel Studios Avengers: Endgame.
Seth and Victor take you through this epic film. It's longer than most reviews simply because there is that much to cover.
An amazing accomplishment, and an amazing episode to review it. Since people reading this might not have seen it yet, it's best to say as little as possible. The opposite goes for the actual podcast.
WARNING: Don't play this episode unless you have seen Shazam! or don't mind hearing plot reveals.
Justice League vs. The Fatal Five returns to what is known as the DC Animated Universe, or Timmverse as it is also known. The art style and voice actors are directly from the show, with new characters to interact. Throw in musical nods to Batman, Superman, and Justice League Unlimited animated series, and this is nostalgia at its absolute best.
Is that the intended audience? Is this a film about young heroes for a younger audience? Are both audiences served?
WARNING: Don't play this episode unless you have seen Shazam! or don't mind hearing plot reveals.
The original review episode was released two full weeks before the film's release. Now that people have actually seen the movie, now it's time to revisit that review and solicit your responses.
There were many plot choices either don't make sense or go so far away from the source material that it's unnerving. Plus, they go into the story behind Shazam being renamed from his original name, Captain Marvel. Also, what does this movie mean to the DC Cinematic Universe? Is there more still to come?
If you just saw Shazam! In the theaters, go listen to Episode 126.This episode tackles the recent trailers/commercials for Avengers: Endgame, and discuss what they think they know about the upcoming film.Also, the guys discuss the new trailer to the Joker film, starring Joaquin Phoenix.Plus, the guys hit on Supergirl, Doom Patrol, The Punisher, and Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.� Plus, a possible animation flaw in the pilot to the original 2001 Justice League Animated Series pilot.
This episode is released 8 days prior to the film's release date. Please know that if you are listening, the plot will be revealed. See the film, and then enjoy the episode.
Seth and Victor review the 2019 DC Cinematic Universe release Shazam! SPOILER WARNING!
Here is the spoiler-free review. It's an enjoyable film. But many plot choices either don't make sense or go so far away from the source material that it's unnerving. Plus, they go into the story behind Shazam being renamed from his original name, Captain Marvel. Also, what does this movie mean to the DC Cinematic Universe? Is there more still to come?
It was a real treat when Victor Dandridge of Hall of Justice fame (not to mention his countless other projects) was asked by Wizard World to moderate a panel featuring the cast of the iconic WB/CW show Smallville.
The panel featured Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum, who starred as Clark Kent and Lex Luthor respectively. They were joined by Laura Vandervoort ("Supergirl"), Alaina Huffman ("Dinah Lance / Black Canary") and John Glover ("Lionel Luthor").
The panel was recorded live at the fifth annual Wizard World Cleveland, March 9th at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.
Kevin Conroy makes his 3rd appearance on the Hall of Justice. This episode focuses on Batman's animated relationship with Wonder Woman, the fan response to Batman The Animated Series, and a good amount of time is spent on Batman Beyond. Remember the word "schwarbage?"
Get Justice League vs. The Fatal Five on Digital 3/30 and on Blu Ray 4/14.
WARNING: Do not press play on this episode unless you have seen the Marvel Studios film Captain Marvel, or don't mind knowing plot points.
Seth and Victor review the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They review it honestly, and back up their points. What worked. What didn't. Where does this film fit in the MCU? What is the impact on Avengers: Endgame?
Please note: the last 10 minutes the guys do discuss the recently released documentary "Leaving Neverland."
12:06 Sneak preview of next week's guest, Kevin Conroy. And promo spot for Wizard World Cleveland
31:10 promo spot for WB Release Krypton Season 1 on Blu Ray.
25 years ago, in the aftermath of the iconic Death of Superman comic book storyline, acclaimed comic book writer Ron Marz was part of a small team that created a brand new Green Lantern. Artist Kyle Rayner was given the last ring, and the rest is comic book history.
Ron joins Seth and Victor to discuss the process of creating Kyle, and seeing where that storyline went in 25 years.
Ron and Seth also hosted a show together in the past, that paved the way for the creation of the Hall of Justice podcast. Google "Spreecast Super Heroes."
For more info on Ron's current work. https://ominouspress.com/
Victor returns to review the M. Night Shamalyan film Glass, the third of a trilogy that includes 2001's Unbreakable, and 2017's Split. Warning: don't listen to this episode unless you have either seen the 3 films, or don't mind knowing plot points. The review commences at 22:32 mark of the episode.
Before the film review, the guys discuss the Jussie Smollett case in Chicago. They also address some new details about Bohemian Rhapsody and its impact both on the film and the legacy of both Queen and Freddie Mercury.
Recorded live from the studios of DC Daily in Los Angeles, California. The cast of DC Daily has taken over the Hall of Justice!
Samm Levine, Sam Humphries, Hector Navarro, Markeia McCarty, and John Kourounis all join the show. They talk about their gigs at DC Comics, as well as discuss how they cover DC stories and criticize when necessary. It's an open conversation from these five about the access they have and what their show is about.
Find the DC Universe exclusive content at DCUniverse.com
Also, Seth appeared on an episode of DC Daily that will air on February 25, 2019.
This is part 2 of the dedicated to the WB Animation DC Universe Film "Reign of the Supermen."� In this show, Victor Dandridge returns for a SPOILER review of the movie. What worked? What didn't?� Then, when there were questions for the writers and director, we had them on!
Sam Liu (director), James Tucker (exec. Producer), Tim Sheridan and Jim Krieg (writers) all join the show for insight as to their take on this iconic tale.
Plus, Gerry Ordway, acclaimed comic book writer who worked on the original Death of Superman comic book, joins the show for an exclusive conversation.
This episode was recorded at the NYC Premiere of the WB Animation film "Reign of the Supermen." This episode focuses on the actors who make up the all-star cast.
Those who appear on this episode in order.
Cress Williams (Black Lightning), voice of Steel/John Henry Irons
Rainn Wilson (The Office, Six Feet Under), voice of Lex Luthor (who wasn't at the Premiere but joined the show by phone)
Rebecca Romijn (The Librarians, X-Men), voice of Lois Lane
Jerry O'Connell (Stand By Me, Carter, Bravo's Play by Play), voice of Superman
Patrick Fabian (Better Call Saul), voice of Cyborg Superman and Hank Henshaw
Tony Todd (Candyman), voice of Darkseid
Charles Halford (Constantine), voice of both Bibbo Bibbowski and The Eradicator
Thanks to WB Animation for access to this amazing cast.
This show features two reviews. First Seth and Victor discuss season 3 of the recently cancelled Marvel/Netflix series Daredevil. They also talk about the future of the character in live action. Will it head to the Disney+ app? What about Charlie Cox?
Then, at the midway point (33 minute mark), the guys review Season 1 of the DC Universe Titans series. The guys differ on this one. It's definitely edgy, but does that make it good?
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 Superman:Doomsday?
What about the decision to use "New 52" style characters in continuity driven films?
Reign of the Supermen finds Earth's citizens - and the Man of Steel's heroic contemporaries - dealing with a world without Superman. But the aftermath of Superman's death, and the subsequent disappearance of his body, leads to a new mystery - is Superman still alive? The question is further complicated when four new super-powered individuals - Steel, Cyborg Superman, Superboy and the Eradicator - emerge to proclaim themselves as the ultimate hero. In the end, only one will be able to proclaim himself the world's true Superman.
Reign of the Supermen is the second half of a two-part DC Universe Movies experience that began in August 2018 with The Death of Superman - the two films telling a more faithful animated version of "The Death of Superman," DC's landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon. Superman Doomsday, the inaugural film in the DC Universe Movies series, told an abridged version of that comics story, but with a runtime of 75 minutes, the film was only able to focus on a core, singular storyline. The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen restore many of the moments and characters that fans hold dear to their hearts.
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 and 2), and his recently completed role in ABC's Scandal.
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
Warning: Don't listen to this episode unless you have seen the film Bumblebee.
Anthony Brucale of�TFU.INFO�rejoins the show to review the latest installment of the Transformers franchise, Bumblebee. �It's a tribute to the Generation-1 Transformers, but is there more to it?� Does the continuity with this movie and Michael Bay's films have any issues?
Plus, what does this film mean for the Transformers movie future?� What about animation?
Warning: Don't play this episode unless you have seen the WB feature film Aquaman or don't mind hearing the plot.
Seth and Victor review the latest DCEU installment, Aquaman. Directed by James Wan and starring Jason Momoa, this is the story of Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman. What went wrong with this film might be out of Wan's hands.
They aren't raving about movie, but the facts behind their opinions are quite compelling.
Please rate/review and subscribe.
Not a spoiler issue because it has already aired on broadcast television (what's that?).
Seth and Victor unpack, dissect, and discuss the 3-part CW crossover event featuring the shows "Arrow," "The Flash," and "Supergirl."
They discuss the many positives, and the many questions raised.� Also, many complaints about the episodes.
Still, the event previews next year's crossover, using the logo of the iconic book Crisis on Infinite Earths.� Is the series heading in the direction that the book went? Fans of the Flash and Supergirl might want to take note.
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WARNING: Don't play this episode until you have seen the Sony/Marvel film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Seth and Victor have a SPOILER filled review of an amazing animated movie.
What's its place in Spidey history?� What's the connection to the other Spider-Man movies? Who are those Peter Parkers?� All the easter eggs discussed in this one.
What is it about super heroes and comic books and sci fi stuff that always wants continuity to be perfect? Seth & Victor explore that as they discuss the upcoming Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse movie & the upcoming DC CW crossover "Elseworlds"
John Wesley Schipp is the Flash again, from the 1990-91 CBS TV show. That's just the beginning.
Plus, the cancellation of Daredevil on Netflix has opened the door to the character joining over Marvel properties on other platforms. Again, is it Charlie Cox? What about the R-Rated Continuity? Plus, why isn't that the case for Luke Case or Iron Fist?
Plus, a rare treat unveiled in the last 20 seconds of the show!
WARNING: Don't press play unless you have seen Creed 2 or Bohemian Rhapsody or don't mind plot details.
Victor Dandridge returns. The guys review 2 non-comic book movies that feel a lot like comic book movies. Plus, what does the cancellation of Luke Cage and Iron Fist mean for Marvel/Netlfix shows? A discussion of the DC Universe app and the forthcoming Disney/Marvel app and shows that are expected.
The episode concluded with a frank discussion on the use of the N-word. Furthermore, how the CW show Black Lightning gets around it.
Dolph Lundgren in the 1980's played Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, Frank Castle in The Punisher, He-Man in Masters of the Universe. He is reprising the Drago role in the new film Creed 2, debuting this week (November 2018).
He is also starring in the 2018 DC Comics feature, Aquaman!
In this episode, he talks about revisiting the Drago role, and gives his thoughts on the He-Man and Punisher films of the 80's. He also talks about what he knows about Aquaman.
American pop culture icon Stan Lee passed away on November 12, 2018.� This episode is a tribute to the Marvel Comics Legend.
6 guests, all with comics ties to Stan, joined the show.
Comics Icon Todd McFarlane
Acclaimed Writer J. M. DeMatteis
Prolific Voice Actor Tara Strong
Ming Chen of "Comic Book Men"
Actor, Moderator, and Marvel Entertainment's Jesse Falcon
Voice Director and Dialogue Coach Collette Sunderman
Every one of these people has a unique Stan Lee story to tell.� It's upbeat, and the show also features some iconic Marvel themes and Stan Lee clips.
On this Transformers-centric episode of the Hall of Justice, Anthony Brucale, from TFU.Info and the Transformers University Podcast, joined the show. Recorded on the convention floor at the 2018 New York Comic Con, the show goes back through the history of the iconic Transformers franchise. All incarnations are covered.
Plus, Brucale goes through the positives and negatives of the Michael Bay film franchise. They wrap with a look at the new film, Bumblebee, and the impact it may have on the entire Transformers franchise.
Creator. Artist. Entrepreneur. Words that describe�Todd McFarlane.� An icon in the genre, Todd took part in creating Venom, created Spawn, built his million-dollar toy company, and has tackled animation, and live-action movies.
He also has a history with Seth Everett.� In 2002-2003, the two hosted "The Todd McFarlane Show" on MLB Radio.� There, they forged a friendship, and this is the reunion on the first of hopefully many appearances.
They discussed the invention of Venom, and Todd gives unique insight on the pre-production of a new Spawn movie, an R-Rated film that will star Jamie Foxx.
Follow Todd on Twitter�@Todd_McFarlane.���
Acclaimed voiceover artist Steve Blum joins the Hall of Justice to discuss his amazing career, and the shows in this genre that fans will remember. In animation, he provides the voices for Starscream in Transformers: Prime, Shishio in Rurouni Kenshin, Vilgax, Heatblast and Ghostfreak in Ben 10, Amon in The Legend of Korra, Wolverine in Wolverine and the X-Men and Zeb Orrelios in Star Wars Rebels.
Blum has started Blumvox Studios, one of today's most comprehensive programs for voiceover acting. He recently began a Live Coaching Advanced Class at the helm of the cutting-edge online course.
The Live Coaching Advanced Class, geared specifically for serious actors looking to take their career to the next level. Actors wishing to participate can go to https://www.blumvoxstudios.com/advanced-training/ to apply and register. Space in the Live Coaching Advance Class is limited, and early registration is recommended for potential participants.
Follow Steve at @blumspew (https://twitter.com/blumspew)
Victor and Seth reunite to discuss some interesting comic TV/Movie news.� That news includes the cancellation of Iron Fist on Netflix, pictures of "Spider-Man: Far From Home" filming, and the 1966 Adam West Batmobile seen on the set of the Joaquin Phoenix Joker Movie.
Then, at the 22:30 mark, the guys break down the film "Venom" discussing its box-office success and the characters' comic book, animation, and movie origins.� The review goes beyond the question "is it good?"� What does it mean for future Spider-Man films?� What universe does this fit in? �What's the cinematic Spider-Verse?
Please rate, review, and subscribe.
Commerorating the release of Batman: The Complete Animated Series Deluxe Limited Edition, the cast of BTAS conducted a panel at NY Comic-Con, and then met with reporters in an exclusive media session. Those interviews include Kevin Conroy, the fan-favorite voice of Batman; Tara Strong, voice of Barbara Gordon/Batgirl; Loren Lester, voice of Robin; Diane Pershing, voice of Poison Ivy; and producers Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski.
They all joined the show for 6-7 minutes each.
For the 1st�episode on the Underdog platform, Seth and Victor are together, in person, for the 100th�episode of the show.� The guys discuss what to expect from the 99 previous episodes, and what's coming in the future.� They also discuss the DC Universe app, what to expect at NYCC, and a preview chat on the new Sony film, Venom.� Welcome to the new listeners, and hello again to the old ones. Please rate and review!
The title does give the plot away, but, be warned, do not listen to this podcast unless you have seen the DC Universe Animated Movie, "The Death of Superman."
Seth & Victor attempt to review this film. The praise for the book, the things that changed from the book to Superman: Doomsday to this current iteration of this classic story.
There is a lot to unpack here. It's not a simple review. It's a conversation that needs to continue.
Comics fans, animation fans, Superman fans, will have a lot to say about this episode.
Please Rate/Review the show on iTunes!
WARNING: Don't listen to this episode unless you have seen Luke Cage Season 2 or don't mind spoiler information.
Seth & Victor praise and critique Season 2 of Marvel's Luke Cage on Netflix. They discuss Bushmaster, Mariah, and that controversial ending.
Please rate/review the podcast. (especcially that new Open and Close).
NEW SHOW OPEN!
NEW SHOW CLOSE!
Seth & Victor recap all the news from 2018 Comic-Con in San Diego.
They begin the show paying tribute to their friend and former Hall of Justice guest (Episode 16) Jon Schnepp, who passed away recently.
WARNING : Do NOT listen to this episode unless you have seen the Marvel Studios film "Ant-Man & The Wasp." Nothing is withheld on this review.
Seth & Victor review the latest film. What worked. What didn't. How did this tie into that Avengers: Infinity War film that we have been talking about for months now.
Plus, the guys check in on Wonder Woman 2, Gotham, Cloak and Dagger, Luke Cage, and more.
An image from the set of Wonder Woman 2, or Wonder Woman '84, shows Chris Pine in the cast as Steve Trevor.
Wait, what? Didn't they see the end of the 1st Wonder Woman film?
Seth & Victor hypothezize as to how that's possible. One theory, is an amazing homage to the Wonder Woman 1977 series, starring Lynda Carter.
WARNING: Do not play this episode until you have seen Solo-A Star Wars Story or don't mind plot points being revealed.
Seth welcomes "Star Wars Insider" JC Reifenberg for a frank discussion on the Han Solo origin story.
What worked, what didn't, and what's the explanation behind the disappointing box office numbers? (Followed by the impact that it will have going forward.)
WARNING: DO NOT PLAY THIS EPISODE UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN DEADPOOL 2, OR DON'T CARE ABOUT MAJOR PLOT POINTS.
Seth & Victor review the sequel to the mega-hit Deadpool. A comedic masterpiece, the discussion includes the director changes and its impact, and some plot issues.
Please rate/review the show!
A special episode dedicated to the life and legacy of Margot Kidder, who passed away on May 13, 2018 at the age of 69.
Forever known for her role as Lois Lane, Kidder is remembered for her courage in being open about mental illness.
Seth & Victor focus on the impact her role had in the genre that the Superman films helped create.
Frequent contributor to the podcast JC Reifenberg becomes the official Star Wars Correspondent for the Hall of Justice.
JC joins Seth for an in-depth review of the Star Wars: Rebels series, that concluded its 4 season run in March 2018.
WARNING: DO NOT press play on this podcast unless you have seen Avengers: Infinity War or don't mind knowing significant plot points.
Seth and Victor are back to review the latest Marvel Studios' film.
Is it as epic as the media reports? What about all those plot points? Only way to see if you agree or not with this review is to check out this episode.
This is a full review of the latest Marvel Studio's film, Black Panther. What made the film great, and why it might be the best film in the MCU.
And despite the favorable review, there are still debates, including a potential Black Panther 2.
And listen to the end, because they discuss this game as well: Marvel Superheroes Card Game (1978)
In the 2nd of 2 January 2018 episodes (posted just under the wire), Seth & Victor review the 1st 3 episodes of the new CW series "Black Lightning" & preview the upcoming Marvel film, "Black Panther."
They talk about the focal point of this show/movie is a Black character, and its impact on society. References include the recent Luke Cage series, and the animated Black Vulcan.
Star Wars "insider/fan" JC Reifenberg returns to the show. He produces the popular Fatman on Batman podcast & has an extensively history with the Star Wars franchise. Recently he created and owns the new "Scum and Villainy Cantina" in Hollywood, CA. JC has 2 extraordinary Star Wars short films "Hughes the Force" & "Summer '78."
He had a lot of things to say about The Last Jedi. This podcast goes in many directions.