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  1. Starscreamsfan
    It actually lists Tony Shalhoub as Splinter on both pages.

    Ah, that's cool.

    Yup, I think Teresa would be pretty good from what I've seen from her.
  2. Starscreamsfan
    Absolutely. I loved Mary Kay as Gwen.

    Linda was cool, I must say.

    I didn't understand that last question.

    Also, that satire tells the history of America from Columbus discovering America until the Independence.
  3. Starscreamsfan
    Yup, they did.

    Yeah, it saves a lot of headache.

    Awesome. I remember it being pretty boss.
  4. Starscreamsfan
    I sent the History of America satire. I really hope we get to use some of the songs in the whole independence section of the satire (especially that jazzy version of Yankee Doodle Yankee).
  5. Starscreamsfan
    Yup, Filmation had two shows featuring Bats.

    I only have one explanation for that: budget. West and Ward were only brought back 'cause Filmation couldn't bring back Olan Soule and Casey Kasem.

    Also, budget is the reason why there were only five actors on the show: West, Ward, Len Weinrib, Melendy Britt and Lou Scheimer.
  6. Starscreamsfan
    It's quite likely.

    Yeah, well, Scarecrow could have been the most sneaky one.

    Yup, you should. And I'm gonna send that history of America satire through the mail.
  7. Starscreamsfan
    Oh, that's cool.

    Well, a reason I can come up is that Batgirl wasn't part of the toyline.

    Oh, you mean in Challenge??? Well, I really don't know why he never unmasked him before.

    Ah, okay.

  8. Starscreamsfan
    Checked the Raph line, and yeah, seems like he snuck onto the scene.

    I really read it fast so I focused more on the action and interactions between the characters that I neglected to take notice of the hints. The fact that this story was written differently kinda added to that (but it's a nice change of pace).

    That's cool.
  9. Starscreamsfan
    Burr was the director of the first two series. He then got fired and Don Jurwich replaced him. Then, Gordon Hunt took over in the Super Powers cartoons. However, the casting directors for the Super Powers cartoons were Ginny McSwain and Andrea Romano.

    Nope. Filmation shows were mostly directed by Lou Scheimer and Arthur Nadel, but sometimes they brought in radio veteran Alan Dinehart (the guy who directed Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends).
    Yeah, if only there was another season I would have loved to hear the Filmation VAs again.
  10. Starscreamsfan
    Oh, that's cool.

    And yes, Mike would get to show a lot of range in my series. His Bulgor sounded a lot like Richard Newman (which is the main reason why I picked him as Tankor).

    Yeah, it helps that Andre's performance has a sense of mischief in his performance, which fits Tarantulas really well.

    I wasn't bothered by Wonder Woman's presence. Plus, if Batman had taken Scarecrow's mask off before, the episode would have been over too soon.

    Well, I don't know. But still, it was great to see Grodd and Giganta again (though Giganta is voiced by Joan Gerber in here).

    Yup, he had.

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  • About SupremeTarantulas
    Born 8/8/1990/ Age:24
    Strongsville, Ohio
    catroons, animation voice acting, bikng, hiking, horror movies, and the paranormal
    Work with special needs people, write stories usually horror or fanfiction in my freetime.


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