Specials Avatar: The Last Airbender The Search Base from a comic book Avatar: The Last Airbender The Search
Scooby-Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog If Scooby-Doo and the gang can meet Johnny Bravo why not Courage the Cowardly Dog. Beside on Cartoon Network prome Scooby, Shaggy and Courage meet each other. Story: With the Mystery Machine stop running by a UFO, Mystery Inc. ends up Middle of Nowhere when the meet Courage, Muriel and Eustace Bagge suddenly The Mystery Inc. gang, Muriel and Eustace Bagge, get kidnapped by a blood thirsty alien, so Scooby and Courage must team up to save them, while facing many hazards along the way. Cast Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley Marty Grabstein as Courage Thea White as Muriel Bagge Wallace Shawn as Eustace Bagge https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UE2oOUFHNvc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shXTvdLEkpU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDVjsZJPWQs
Scooby-Doo Meets Ed, Edd n Eddy If Scooby-Doo and the gang can meet Johnny Bravo why not Ed, Edd n Eddy. Beside on a Cartoon Network prome Toon Dates Ed and Daphne meet each other. Story: Scooby-Doo and The gang teams up with the Eds to help the kids in the Cul-de-Sac to solve The Old Abandoned House from Honor Thy Ed haunted by a mad logger. Unmasked the Mad Logger as Jonny 2x4 and Ax as Plank. Motive/reason revenge on all of them for seemingly betraying him. Cast Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley Matt Hill as Ed Samuel Vincent as Edd Tony Sampson as Eddy David Paul "Buck" Grove as Jonny 2 × 4 Keenan Christenson as Jimmy Janyse Jaud as Sarah Peter Kelamis as Rolf Kathleen Barr as Kevin Erin Fitzgerald as Nazz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8WPmNYDtU0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HYWyi6YGx8
The Muppets meet Between the Lions If Sesame Street can be a on appeared Between the Lions episode why not The Muppets.
Base from video game Nicktoons Unite!
Base from video game Nicktoons: Battle for Volcano Island.
Base from book Scooby Doo! and You: The Case of the Mad Mermaid.
Batman on Ice Based from Lego Batman Batcave: Penguin & Mr. Freeze's Invasion Story: Penguin and Mr. Freeze team-up to take over Gotham City is up to Batman and Robin to save the day. Cast Jason O'Mara - Batman/Bruce Wayne Jesse McCartney - Robin/Dick Grayson Alan Oppenheimer - Alfred Pennyworth Bryan Cranston - Commissioner James Gordon Dana Snyder - The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot Eric Bauza - Mr. Freeze/Victor Fries
Jim Henson's Muppets Movie Story: The opening number, Together Again: Begin Scooter has dreams of the Muppets as babies, he begins to realize just how alone he is in the world. The next mornings, at the Muppet Theater Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem perform Can You Picture That in the ending. The Muppets are preparing for going on vacation in Hawaii. Scooter tells Kermit the Frog about how he misses his sister Skeeter and what to reunite with her. The Muppets soon realize that the friendship is more important than their vacation. The Muppets decide to search for Skeeter, soon encounter Wormwood Soames (played by Ty Burrell), the detective a visit at his office from the Muppets. After convinced, Wormwood they set out there adventure through a montage and sing You Can't Take No for an Answer. Also, the Muppet's old nemesis, Rachel Bitterman, from It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie, now working as sign holders at Mad Man Mooney and Sons after Sweetums joining his friends in Hollywood. When she sees Kermit and his family past her, she immediately decides to seek revenge on them. She enlists a minion to help her in her plans; Miss Poogy. But then Kermit points to the arrival of the Sesame Street regulars, including Abby Cadabby, Murray Monster, Ovejita, Segi, Julia, Rudy (Sesame Street) and others, join the festivities. Later the Muppets meet Uncle Matt and Robin has found a hole leading to Fraggle Rock. In the cave, the Muppets soon stumble upon the Fraggles and join them there journey. Kermit encourages to Scooter when faced with defeat, Scooter retreats convinced that he's let everyone down and sings Just One Person" to prove it. The others gradually join in (as well as various Fraggles and Sesame Street Muppets). The next morning, the Muppets come across Danhurst College which they links to a postcard Scooter has from his sister. The Muppets conclude that they have successfully located his sister explain that she was at college the whole time. When the Muppets celebrate their victory Rachel Bitterman who is holding Kermit hostage, Miss Piggy stops them by knocks out Rachel Bitterman and Miss Poogy and then arrested by Wormwood. Kermit break-up with Denise because he real lie that he love Piggy more and end up back together again and share a kiss in a moment. The Muppets perform Rainbow Connection including Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas characters, Skeeter and Alex in the finale. In the post-credits scene, Bitterman and Poogy are in there jail cell.
Cast Zach Galifianakis as Hobo Joe Ty Burrell as Wormwood Soames Joan Cusack as Rachel Bitterman Robert Leaman Sanders as Mad Man Mooney
Muppet Performers Matt Vogel as Kermit the Frog, Floyd Pepper, Lew Zealand, Robin the Frog, Rizzo the Rat, Sweetums, Big Bird, Count von Count Eric Jacobson as Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Animal, Sam the Eagle, Oscar the Grouch, Bert, Grover Steve Whitmire as Foo-Foo (from archival recordings) Dave Goelz as Gonzo, Zoot, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Beauregard, Waldorf, Chip, Boober Fraggle Bill Barretta as Dr. Teeth, Pepe the King Prawn, The Swedish Chef, Rowlf the Dog, Bobo the Bear, Big Mean Carl David Rudman as Scooter, Janice, Beaker, Miss Poogy, Cookie Monster Peter Linz as Statler, Robin the Frog, Walter, Ernie, Herry Monster Julianne Buescher as Denise Ryan Dillon as Elmo Martin P. Robinson as Telly Monster and Mr. Snuffleupagus Jennifer Barnhart as Zoe Leslie Carrara-Rudolph as Abby Cadabby Joey Mazzarino as Murray Monster John Tartaglia as Gobo Fraggle Karen Prell as Red Fraggle Kevin Clash as Wembley Fraggle Kathryn Mullen as Mokey Fraggle Louise Gold as Skeeter Alex Kyle Randall as Alex Muppet
Muppet Characters (speaking) Alex Muppet, Animal, Beaker, Beauregard, Big Mean Carl, Bobo the Bear, Chip, Denise, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Dr. Teeth, Floyd Pepper, Foo-Foo, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, Janice, Kermit the Frog, Lew Zealand, Miss Piggy, Miss Poogy, Pepe the King Prawn, Robin the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, Rizzo the Rat, Sam the Eagle, Scooter, Skeeter, Statler and Waldorf, The Swedish Chef, Sweetums, Walter, Zoot
Background Muppets (non-speaking) 80s Robot, Alphonso D'Abruzzo, Andy and Randy Pig, Angel Marie, Annie Sue, Armadillo, The Babies, Black Dog, The Barbershop Cactus Quartet, Beautiful Day Monster, Behemoth, Bertha, Bill, Blind Pew, Blustering Bellowpane, Bobby Benson, Bubba the Rat, Bull, Bunny, Calico, Camilla the Chicken, Captain Pighead, Carter, Chickens, Cockatoo, Crazy Harry, Croaker, Crocodile, Cue Card Monster, Cynthia Rose, Dead Tom, Debbie, Doglion, Dr. Julius Strangepork, Droop, The Early Bird, Flaubert, The Flying Zucchini Brothers, Frackles, Frogs, Geri and the Atrics drummer, Ghosts, Gil, Gloria Estefan (penguin), a Goat, Happy Yellow Creature, a hippopotamus, Hobos, Howard Tubman, Iguana, James Bobin Muppet, J.G., Kangaroo, Leprechauns, Link Hogthrob, Lips, Luncheon Counter Monster, Lyle (dog), Manolo and Carlo Flamingo, Marvin Suggs, Maxine, Mildred Huxtetter, Mo Frackle, The Muppaphones, Muppets Tonight Band drummer, Muppets Tonight Writers, The Mutations, The Newsman, Nigel (Muppet Show), Nigel (Muppets Tonight), Norman (ram), Old Tom, One-Eyed Jack, Ozzie, Penguins, Pigeon, Pigs, Pops, Quongo, Rabbits, Rats, Shark, Sheep, Skulls, Singing Food, Snowths, Spamela Hamderson, Spotted Dick, Thog, Trumpet Girl, Turkey, Uncle Deadly, Walleye Pike, Wayne and Wanda, Whatnots, Yolanda Rat, Zippity Zap
Sesame Street Characters (speaking) Abby Cadabby, Bert, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, Elmo, Ernie, Grover, Herry Monster, Murray Monster, Oscar the Grouch, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Telly Monster, Zoe
Background Sesame Street Characters (non-speaking) AM Monsters, Anything Muppets, Baby Bear, Bart, Bats, Betty Lou, Big Bad Wolf, Birdnardo Birdolucci, Birthday Cake, Blue Jay, Book, Bruno the Trashman, Butch, Chicago, Chickens, Chip and Dip, Cookie Monster's Mommy, The Countess, Cows, Crystal the Ball, Curly Bear, Dingers, Dogs, Ducks, Forgetful Jones, Frazzle, Gabrielle, Gladys the Cow, Goat (Sesame Street), Gonger, Granny Bird, Grouches, Grover's Mommy, Grundgetta, Gus Hopper, Guy Smiley, Herb the Dinosaur, Honkers, Horatio the Elephant, Jamie Fox, Joey and Davey Monkey, Julia, Kermit the Forg, Leo Birdelli, Little Murray Sparkles, Mama Bear, Martians, Marty (monster), Mr. Johnson, Narf, Ovejita, Papa Bear, Penguins, Pesties, a pig, Pigeons, Prairie Dawn, Robin (Sesame Street), Rocky (cat), Roosevelt Franklin, Rosita, Rosita's Abuela, Ricardo, Rico (robot), Rudy (Sesame Street), Saul the Ball, Segi, Sherlock Hemlock, Sheep, Simon Soundman, Singing Food, Skunk (Sesame Street), Slimey, Stinky the Stinkweed, Stuckweed, Telly's mom, Twiddlebugs, Two-Headed Monster, The Two-Headed Monster's Mother, Wolfgang the Seal
Fraggle Rock Characters (speaking) Boober Fraggle, Gobo Fraggle, Mokey Fraggle, Red Fraggle, Uncle Traveling Matt, Wembley Fraggle
Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas Characters (non-speaking) Doc Bullfrog, George and Melissa Rabbit, Old Lady Possum, Yancy Woodchuck, and two squirrels
Trivia ◾ This film marks the first time that Muppets, Sesame Street, Fraggle Rock, and Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas characters have ever officially appeared on-screen together. ◾ This is the third of Sesame Street feature films. ◾ This is the first of Fraggle Rock feature films. ◾ This is the first time that new Muppets characters meet Sesame Street characters. ◾ This is the first time that Muppets Chickens, Penguins and Sheep meet Sesame Street Chickens, Penguins and Sheep. ◾ Frackles debuted: Blue Frackle, Green Frackle, Pink Frackle and Purple Frackle. ◾ Singing Food debuted: a tomato, a cauliflower, an asparagus, a watermelon, an ear of corn and a head of lettuce. ◾ Honkers debuted: Green Honker, Pink Honker, Purple Honker and Turquoise Honker. ◾ Sesame Street Singing Food debuted: a apple, a broccoli, a carrot, a cheese, a eggplant, a orange, a pineapple, a pizza, a watermelon. ◾ Archive recordings of Honkers' honking were utilized for the film. ◾ adult Skeeter (puppets) make debut in film for the first time. ◾ Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy get back together again. ◾ Alex Randall's puppet make a cameo appearance in the ending. ◾ The film is also the celebration of the Muppets' anniversary.
Attack of the Animals Story: A comet gets stuck in the Earth's orbit and makes a sound that only animals can hear and makes them go crazy attacking everyone. When people finally figure our why the animals are attacking they have to destroy the comet.
Scooby-Doo the Movie Story: The gang solved and the greatest mystery ever real life monsters. Is most kind like Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed and Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy together but cartoon. Scrappy-Doo in the gang. Appearance at Coolsonian Criminology Museum: Scooby-Dum, Dada and Momsy Doo, Mr. and Mrs. Samual Chastain, Elizabeth and Nedley Blake, Skip and Peggy Jones & The Hex Girls. Cast Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley Scott Menville as Red Herring
The All Monsters of: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, The Scooby-Doo Show, Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo, Pup Named Scooby-Doo and What's New, Scooby-Doo? Green Ghost from "A Bicycle Built For Boo!" Chickenstein from "Chickenstein Lives!" The Black Knight Ghost from "What a Night for a Knight" Captain Cutler's Ghost from "A Clue for Scooby-Doo" Miner 49er from "Mine Your Own Business" Ghost Clown from "Bedlam in the Big Top" Wolfman from "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts" The Mummy of Ankha from "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy, Too" The Witch from "Which Witch is Which?" The Zombie from "Which Witch is Which?" Redbeard's Ghost from "Go Away Ghost Ship" Spooky Space Kook from "Spooky Space Kook" The Phantom Shadow from "A Night of Fright is No Delight" The Snow Ghost from "That's Snow Ghost" The Ghost of Mr. Hyde from "Nowhere to Hyde" Zen Tuo from "Mystery Mask Mix-Up" The Creeper from "Jeepers! It's the Creeper" Witch Doctor from "A Tiki Scare is No Fair" The Werewolf from "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf" Wax Phantom from "Don't Fool with a Phantom" Skeleton Men from "A Creepy Tangle in the Bermuda Triangle" The Tar Monster from "The Tar Monster" The Ghost of Finnyan McDuff from "A Highland Fling with a Monstrous Thing" Old Iron Face from "The Creepy Case of Old Iron Face" Jaguaro from "Jeepers, It's the Jaguaro!" Mantis from "The Creepy Creature of Vulture's Claw" Anthos from "The Warlock of Wimbledon" Spectre of Ebenezer Crabbe from "High Rise Hair Raiser" Gator Ghoul from "The Gruesome Game of the Gator Ghoul" The 10,000 Volt Ghost from "Watt a Shocking Ghost" The Headless Horseman from "The Headless Horseman of Halloween" The Ghost of Merlin from "Scared a Lot in Camelot" The Ghost of Dr. Coffin from "The Harum Scarum Sanitarium" The No-Face Zombie from "The No-Face Zombie Chase Case" Mamba Wamba from "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo" Kelp Monster from "Scooby-Doo, Where's the Crew?" The Rambling Ghost from "The Ghost That Sacked the Quarterback" Viking Ghosts from "The Curse of Viking Lake" The Pterodactyl Ghost from "Hang in There, Scooby-Doo" The Ghost of Milo Booth from "The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller" The Ghost of Witch McCoy from "The Ozark Witch Switch" The Scarecrow from "The Frickert Fracas" Troll and Dryad from "The Caped Crusader Caper" The Green Globs from "The Haunted Candy Factory" Ghost of the Great Haldane from "The Sorcerer's a Menace" Roller Ghoster from "Roller Ghoster Ride"
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (film) If Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang, revealing how they met and the events of their very first case on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins why not Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels.Story: a prehistoric caveman whom the girls discovered and thawed from a block of ice. Based on Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Jim Cummings as Captain Caveman (voice) Rosario Dawson as Dee Dee Skyes Kate Melton as Brenda Chance Tara Reid as Taffy Dare http://worth1000.s3.amazonaws.com/submissions/9190000/9190333_1440.jpg
Speed Buggy (film) If Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang, revealing how they met and the events of their very first case on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins why not Speed Buggy. Base from cartoon beginning intro. In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Frank Welker as Speed Buggy (voice) Freddie Prinze, Jr. as Mark Nika Futterman as Debbie Chris Edgerly as Tinker
Trivia ◾ This film same style as Wonderbug.
Jabberjaw (film) If Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang, revealing how they met and the events of their very first case on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins why not Jabberjaw. Based on Jabberjaw created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Frank Welker as Jabberjaw (voice) Jake T. Austin as Biff Zendaya as Shelly Sloane Momsen as Bubbles Drake Bell as Clamhead
The Funky Phantom (film) If Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang, revealing how they met and the events of their very first case on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins why not The Funky Phantom. In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Tom Kenny as Jonathan Wellington "Mudsy" Muddlemore (voice) Julie Bennett as Boo (voice) Robbie Amell as Augie Anderson Nick Palatas as Skip Gilroy Britney Spears as April Stewart Base from cartoon begining intro: While trying to get out of a storm when driving the Looney Duney, they entered an old house where the longcase clock was wrong. Upon setting the clock to midnight, it released two ghosts: a Revolutionary War-era ghost named Jonathan Wellington "Mudsy" Muddlemore and his cat, Boo. The two stumbled upon two Redcoats and ended up hiding inside the clock during the Revolutionary War, but then couldn't get out and eventually died inside. Ever since being freed by their new friends, Mudsy and Boo have accompanied them on many mysteries, always giving an invisible helping hand.
Dynomutt, Dog Wonder (film) If Scooby and the Mystery Inc. gang, revealing how they met and the events of their very first case on Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins why not Dynomutt, Dog Wonder. In the style of Batman (TV series) and Rhythm and Hues Studios Based on Dynomutt, Dog Wonder created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears Is most kind like Batman Begins and Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins together but cartoon but Blue Falcon and Dynomutt. Story: This depicts an origin where Radley Crown and his guard dog Reggie were security guards at a laboratory. After a robot attacks and injures Reggie's organic body, a doctor. rebuilds him as a cyborg dog Millionaire socialite art dealer Radley Crown and his mechanical mongrel, Dynomutt, enjoy leisure time in their base of operations Big City, until alerted by the Falcon Flash. They immediately dash for the Falcon's Lair (situated in Crown's penthouse apartment), where they switch to their secret identities, the Blue Falcon and Dog Wonder, respectively. Blue Falcon and Dynomutt receive the report via TV screen from the secret GHQ of secret agent F.O.C.U.S. One and jump into the Falconcar and speed into the fray against assorted the evildoer Mr. Hyde. Cast Frank Welker as Dynomutt (voice) TBA as Blue Falcon Jerry Stiller as Mr. Hyde
Lindy Hemming ... costume designer Jennifer Alford ... costume maker
The Flintstones Continues A live-action film. Based on The Flintstones created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera Story: How the The Rubbles got Hoppy, how Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm got married & How Pebbles gives birth to twins, Roxy and Chip. Three vignettes. Cast TBA as Fred Flintstone TBA as Wilma Flintstone TBA as Barney Rubble TBA as Betty Rubble TBA as Pearl Slaghoople TBA as Mr. Slate Eric Bauza as the voice of Dino and Hoppy (appears through archival audio) TBA as Pebbles Flintstone TBA as Bamm-Bamm Rubble TBA as Roxy TBA as Chip
Scooby-Doo! And the Haunted Carnival Story: Scooby-Doo and the gang solve the mystery of Gobs O' Fun Amusement Park that haunted of The Cotten Candy Glob Cast Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley Michael J. Sorich as Cotton Candy Glob TBA as Mr. Gob TBA as Louis Crawford TBA as Abgail Ritchie TBA as Daisy Gordon TBA as Logan Patterson TBA as Jonathan Owens Unmasked the Cotton Candy Glob as Jonathan Owens. Motive/reason Mr. Gob fired him for not making kids happy. http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/ideas/images/4/44/The_Cotton_Candy_Glob_Art_Sketch.png/revision/latest?cb=20151106005959
Scooby-Doo! And the Mad Mermaid Story: Based on Scooby-Doo’s children's book of Scooby Doo! and You: The Case of the Mad Mermaid Cast Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones Matthew Lillard as Shaggy Rogers Grey Griffin as Daphne Blake Kate Micucci as Velma Dinkley TBA as Mermaid's Ghost TBA as Graham Neilson TBA as Professor Ludwright TBA as Jane TBA as Angus Grubb TBA as Argus Grubb
Snagglepuss (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Snagglepuss. Based on Snagglepuss created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Stephen Stanton as Snagglepuss (voice)
Yakky Doodle (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Yakky Doodle. Based on Yakky Doodle created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios This film, is heavily based on a Yakky Doodle episode Out of Luck Duck. Cast Tony Anselmo as Yakky Doodle (voice) Maurice LaMarche as Chopper Jeff Bergman as Fibber Fox
Huckleberry Hound (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Huckleberry Hound. Based on Huckleberry Hound created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast James Arnold Taylor as Huckleberry Hound (voice)
Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks. Based on Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Trevor Devall as Pixie and Dixie (voice) Jess Harnell as Mr. Jinks (voice)
Hokey Wolf (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Hokey Wolf. Based on Hokey Wolf created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Tom Kenny as Hokey Wolf (voice) Doug Young as Ding-A-Ling Wolf (voice)
Top Cat (film) If Yogi Bear can be live-action film on Yogi Bear (film) why not Top Cat. Story: How Top Cat meet Benny the Ball, Choo-Choo, Brain, Fancy-Fancy, Spook and Officer Charlie Dibble. In the style of Rhythm and Hues Studios Cast Tom Kenny as Top Cat (voice) Maurice LaMarche as Benny the Ball (voice) Jason Harris Katz as Choo-Choo (voice) and Brain (voice) Chris Edgerly as Fancy-Fancy (voice) Benjamin Diskin as Spook (voice) Kevin James as Officer Charlie Dibble http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/hanna-barbera/images/9/98/Tc2015.PNG/revision/latest?cb=20150703082346 http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/hanna-barbera/images/4/49/CE5QJrGW0AAGbJc.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150727084246
The Snorks (film) If The Smurfs can be live-action film on The Smurfs (film) why not The Snorks.
The Jetsons (film) A live-action adaptation of Hanna-Barbera's animated TV show about a futuristic family. Cast Mark Wahlberg as George Jetson Gwyneth Paltrow as Jane Jetson Emma Stone as Judy Jetson Nathan Gamble as Elroy Jetson Angela Lansbury as Rosie Peter Dinklage as Cosmo G. Spacely Antonio Bronx (Tom Hanks) - the main antagonist, and always love things he wanted which he had never had when he was a child Janice (Carla Gugino) - Bronx's reluctant assistant, who always hate working for him
Aqualad (Kaldur'ahm) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Kaldur'ahm, a citizen of Atlantis where he was born and raised in the city of Shayeris. He is the son of Sha'lain'a, native of Shayeris, and Calvin Durham, former agent of Black Manta. At age 12, he completed his education and began mandatory service in the Atlantean military, standard for all at that age. Awhile after, Kaldur'ahm transferred to and studied at the Conservatory of Sorcery in Poseidonis, capital of Atlantis. Fellow classmates Garth and Tula were also his best friends. It is said, one day, Kaldur'ahm and Garth came to the rescue of Aquaman when their king was defeated by Ocean Master. Ocean Master was distracted long enough for Aquaman to regroup and save the day. Aquaman offered them to become his apprentices but only Kaldur'ahm accepted and he became Aqualad. Aqualad can manipulate water through mystical skin icons, in the representation of eels, that power his primary weapons, the Water-Bearers. The Bearers then utilize water stored on Aqualad's backpack or any nearby water source. He became renowned for his unwavering loyalty to Aquaman and sharp focus in battle. His primary weaknesses are exposure to extreme heat and dehydration. He also has a need to show himself capable of being Aqualad and deserving of the title by making a difference. As Aqualad, he lives his dream of being an adventurer and visiting distant oceans and the surface world.
Aquagirl (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Tula is a citizen of Atlantis, is 16 years old, and is currently enrolled at the Conservatory of Sorcery. She is best friends with class mates Kaldur'ahm and Garth. Kaldur'ahm hid his feelings for Tula and while he was away serving as Aqualad, Garth and Tula became romantically involved. One of her known teachers was Queen Mera, herself. During a siege by Black Manta, Tula took a hit for Garth and was rendered unconscious. She later recovered in time to wish Aqualad goodbye once more. On September 6th, she and Garth stood by Aqualad's side when he returned to the Conservatory to investigate reports of unrest.
The Atom (Al Pratt) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Al Pratt was a 96-pound weakling who one day bought dinner for a vagrant who turned out to be former boxing champ Joe Morgan. Morgan trained Pratt for a year and became a bare-handed crime fighter, later gaining superpowers by accident from an enemy. Cast Glenn Hoffman as Atom (Al Pratt)
Atom Smasher (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: When Al Rothstein's mother was pregnant with him, she was exposed to radiation. As an adolescent, Rothstein developed super strength and the ability to manipulate his body size from seven feet to 60. As an adult, Rothstein learned to double his body density to give himself nigh invulnerability as well as the ability to phase through solid objects. Rothstein learned he was the grandson of a super villain from the early 1900's, answering the suppressed rage within him. At times Atom Smasher is unstable but he still strives to prove he is a super hero. Cast Edge (wrestler) as Atom Smasher
Aztek (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Uno is raised from childhood by a secret organization named the Q Society to be the champion of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl to battle their enemy, the Aztec god Tezcatlipoca. He is given a magical suit of armor that bestows many abilities, complementing Uno's peak human mental and physical abilities. After his training is completed, he enters the United States and assumes the identity of recently deceased physician Curt Falconer.
Mister Miracle & Big Barda (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Mister Miracle: Mister Miracle aaka Scott Free is the son of Highfather, leader of the New Gods on New Genesis. As an infant, he was part of a peace treaty called "The Pact" between Darkseid and Highfather. It involved switching their children. Raised in one of Granny Goodness' orphanages, Goodness named him "Scott Free" in mockery. Free lived up to his namesake and routinely tried to escape. No matter what, Free's spirits were never broken. He fell in love with Big Barda and together they fled Apokolips and later married. While on Earth, Free started a friendship with an escape artist named Thaddeus Brown whose stage name was Mr. Miracle. When Brown was murdered, Free became Mr. Miracle and brought Brown's killers to justice. Afterwards, when on Earth, Miracle and Barda spend time with the late Brown's manager, Oberon, mostly trying out new death traps. At other times he is on New Genesis with the New Gods. Big Barda: The child of Apokolips' Big Breeda. As an infant Barda was taken by Darkseid. Raised in the Gestatron labs, Barda was later taken to one of many orphanages headed by Granny Goodness. Barda was one of the few who remained defiant after being beaten. Goodness took Barda under her tutelage and soon excelled in her training. Barda was then selected to an elite battalion known as the Female Furies whom she served as a victorious squad leader. It was during this time that Barda met another one of Granny Goodness' charges, Scott Free. The two fell in love and fled Apokolips and later married.
Blue Devil (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How Daniel Cassidy was movie stuntman but an encounter with a demon named Nebiros, Cassidy discovered he was permanently bonded to the costume. Despite trying to get out of the costume, Cassidy eventually resigned himself to become a super hero and called himself Blue Devil. Blue Devil learned his life was not without sacrifice and irony. His constant encounters with rogue demons led him to transform into a pure demon. With the Trident of Lucifer, Blue Devil wanders the Earth tracking demons and banishing them back to Hell. http://smhttp.42308.nexcesscdn.net/8016BCA/greenarrow/wp-content/gallery/blue-devil/bluedevilmovie.jpg
B'wana Beast (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: B'Wana Beast aka Michael Maxwell, a game warden for an African preserve, challenged a red ape named Djuba to a public match and lost. While wallowing his defeat at a watering hole, Maxwell manifested super powers on account of several barrels of toxic waste nearby. He instantly loved his tragic turn of events, fought Djuba, and won the rematch. The people awarded Maxwell with the ancient helmet worn by Djuba, that allowed him to communicate with animals telepathically. He became B'Wana Beast. Cast Jason William Day as B'wana Beast
Captain Atom (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Air Force Captain, Nathanial Adam, was court-martialed on the charge of murder and high treason. In order to prove his innocence, Adam volunteered for a top secret project called the Captain Atom Project. The Project staff was ordered to utilize an alien alloy as a military application.. The staff theorized that the alloy would shield its possessor from even an atomic blast. On May 1968, the test explosion melded the alloy to Adam turning him from human to quantum energy and was thrown into the present.
Commander Steel (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. In the style of Captain America: The First Avenger Story: Hank Heywood enlisted in the United States Marine Corps during World War II. An attack on the base he was stationed at left his body in ruin. Dr. Gilbert Giles, Heywood's former biology professor, performed surgery on him. He replaced his bones with steel tubing, tough bio-retardant skin, metal plating in his skull, and micro-motors in his joints. Heywood survived and discovered the mechanized steel devices enhanced normal human functions on a superhuman level. He became a superhero named Steel, the Indestructible Man and fought fifth column saboteurs. Steel was then sent to Europe on secret missions. President Roosevelt commissioned him as Commander Steel. Commander Steel can jump far, has limited vulnerability, can stay submerged underwater for up to 30 minutes, lift 1000 pounds, and run 50 miles per hour. Cast Chris Evans (actor) as Commander Steel
The Creeper (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Creeper aka Jack Ryder was an investigative reporter who tried to take down organized crime. Ryder appeared to meet his end at the hands of a gangster and was dressed up as a gaudy goblin. However, the gangster's physician, Dr. Yatz, injected Ryder with a serum and special device. The serum gave him the power to heal from any wound, as well as increasing his physical attributes. The device could make the goblin costume appear and disappear in an instant. It seemed the experience gave way to a criminally insane alter-ego that surfaced when the Creeper went into action. The Creeper's signature move was to jump on his enemies and throw them off balance.
Crimson Avenger (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Considered to be the first costumed hero of the World War Two era, the Crimson Avenger first appeared in 1938 on the eve of the radio broadcast of Orson Welles' dramatization of the H G Wells novel, "War of the Worlds". At first he was just Lee Travis, a young publisher of the Daily Globe-Leader, a crusading newspaper but later donned a costume in an effort to discover the truths hidden by the media. He later joined the crime fighting group, the Seven Soldiers of Victory and suffered their collective fate of being dispersed across time. Crimson Avenger ended up during the epoch of Aztec civilization. Crimson Avenger arms himself with gas guns.
Crimson Fox (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Vivian and Constance D' Aramis were the twin daughters of a research scientist who worked for a multinational corporation. When they found out that their mother died of cancer caused by experiments that the corporation's CEO knew had high risks, the twins planned to get revenge. They set up rival Revson Corporation. They also created a special shared alter-ego, Le Renarde Rousse or the Crimson Fox. One would run the Revson Corporation while the other fought crime. Along with training in martial arts and a specialized costume outfitted with claws and a whip-like tail, Crimson Fox is known for pheromone triggers they use to manipulate male enemies with.
Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Dr. Kimiyo Hoshi was out star gazing when she was struck in an other worldly light. The astronomer used her knowledge of science to create an array of light based powers such as flight, illusions, lasers, projections and force fields. As Dr. Light, Hoshi strived to establish herself as a heroine but her headstrong ways leads others to view her as arrogant. Aside from being a superhero, Hoshi is also a single mother of two. Cast Malese Jow as Doctor Light (Kimiyo Hoshi)
Dr. Mid-nite (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Dr. McNider was blinded when a grenade was thrown into his room. Undaunted, McNider continued his research with the help of his girlfriend, Myra Mason. After an encounter with an owl, who he later adopted and named "Hooty," he discovered he was able to see in the dark. McNider developed a special set of goggles that gave him the ability to see at anytime of the day. He also devised Blackout Bombs and debuted in New York as the Mystery Man, Dr. Midnite. He made quick work of the criminal underworld and joined the Justice Society of America.
Hawk & Dove (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Hank and Don Hall are two brothers with opposite personalities and philosophies. Hank is the more aggressive person and Don is more reflective and empathic. The two were unwillingly subjected to an experiment conducted by the Lords of Chaos and Order. They were given super powers and became the super hero duo known as Hawk and Dove. Hawk and Dove are more famous for constantly bickering with each other. Their attitudes are reflected in their fighting styles. Hawk is always ready to jump into a fight while Don looks to defend himself and understand his opponents.
Etrigan (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Etrigan is a demon bonded to a man named Jason Blood, who uses the former's powers for good. Long ago, they were bonded together in Camelot by the wizard Merlin as a punishment. As a result, Blood became essentially immortal. Etrigan's most unique trait is only being able to speak in rhyme. Cast Dee Bradley Baker as Etrigan the Demon (voice)
Flash (Jay Garrick) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: After a less than stellar career in college football, Jay Garrick took a position as a research scientist in Keystone City. During an experiment, he fell asleep and accidentally inhaled heavy water vapors that carried hyper-charged atoms from a radioactive liquid. Garrick was unharmed but discovered he was granted enhanced speed. He became the Flash and adopted a costume that pays homage to Mercury, the Roman messanger god. To conceal his identity, Flash vibrates his facial features in the public. The Flash helped found the Justice Society of America and later trained Batman and Black Canary. He later met the second Flash, Barry Allen, and endorsed him as his predecessor. Together, they took part in the Race Around the World charity event. Cast Billy Mitchell as Flash (Jay Garrick)
Kid Flash (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Kid Flash aka Wally West is the son of Rudy and Mary West. Born and raised in Blue Valley, Nebraska, West became an avid fan of the area's local hero, the Flash (Barry Allen). However, Rudy West tried to steer his son towards a normal life. At age 10, West visited his Aunt Iris in Central City. Her boyfriend, Barry Allen, agreed to introduce West to the Flash. When West asked the Flash how he got his powers, the hero set up his lab just like that fateful night but thought the odds of lightning striking it were high. But all of a sudden, a bolt of lightning struck the chemicals and granted West the same powers as the Flash. Impressed, the Flash made him his sidekick, Kid Flash. The Flash taught his protege how to use his powers, including how to properly vibrate his molecules through solid objects, and how to be a hero. A year later, a second lightning bolt struck Kid Flash and changed his costume's color scheme to a dominant yellow pattern. Over the years, he became a friend of Robin (Dick Grayson). Cast Kyle Gallner as Kid Flash
Gypsy (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Cindy Reynolds was a timid Detroit street urchin at a young age of 15. Reynolds kept her past and real name a secret from her colleagues in the Justice League Unlimited. Reynolds has camouflage powers that allow her to blend to virtually any surrounding and she can project realistic illusions into the minds of her enemies.
Hourman (Rick Tyler) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Born and raised in New York, Rex Tyler developed in interest in chemistry and later, biochemistry. In the late 1930's, he began working for the Bannermain Chemical Company in vitamin and hormone research. Tyler created a new steroid that he named "Miraclo." He discovered that it enhanced his physical attributes for only one hour at a time. Tyler became an over night millionaire and pharmaceutical magnate. He began to see the evil and corruption of society and decided to make a difference for the common good. With these pills, he became the Man of the Hour and later, Hourman. He then joined the Justice Society of America.
Johnny Thunder (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Johnny Thunder was born under an auspicious numerological sign, the seventh day of the seventh month of a year ending in seven. The Badhnisian High Priest of Aissor recognized that this child would be the master of a great power one day. The High Priest whisked Thunder away and raised him as his own. Thunder was given the Zodiac Belt and a magic spell was cast on him that allowed him to gain control of Thunderbolt on his seventh birthday. Thunderbolt is a fifth dimension sprite that possesses unlimited magical power. By saying "Cei-u" (like "Say you"), Thunder can command Thunderbolt for an hour.
Lightray (film) A live action DC Comic movie. Story: Solis grew up on New Genesis with his childhood friend, Orion. On one fateful day, the two were exploring the surface of New Genesis and discovered an encampment of soldiers from Apokolips preparing to attack the New Gods. The soldiers attacked the duo with solar blasts and hit Solis. Soon after he lapsed into a coma. Metron, a scientific genius and neutral party in the New Genesis/Apokolips conflict, was called to help revive Solis. After several months, Metron succeeded and discovered that Solis had absorbed all of the solar radiation from the firefight and gained new powers; flight and the power to harness all frequencies of the light spectrum. Solis renamed himself Lightray and maintains a pretentious attitude towards mere mortals.
Metamorpho (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Metamorpho aka Rex Mason was only a teenager when he was hired evil industrialist, Simon Stagg to help locate the Orb of Ra in Egypt. When Mason succeeded, Stagg's assistant Java betrayed him. Left for dead in the light of a meteor, Mason survived and was transformed into a oddity. Calling himself Metamorpho, the Elemant Man, Mason travelled the world seeking a cure for his condition.
Nemesis (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Tom Tresser was an inventor for the U.S. Army, but when his brother Craig was brainwashed and killed by the Council, Tresser became a vigilante and called himself "Nemesis." He vowed to "balance the scales of justice." It seemed like Nemesis died when he crashed a helicopter outfitted with explosives into Council headquarters but he survived and became an undisputable master of disguise and the ability to cheat death in the narrowest of margins. His signature disguise was a skin-adhering face mask that could be dissolved by a chemical spray affixed to his collar. Nemesis is also a skilled fighter and marksman.
Obsidian (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Todd Rice and his sister Jennie were raised by foster parents after their mother Rose gave them up without telling their father. Todd grew up in Milwaukee with an abusive father, laying the ground for his delicate psyche. Early on, Todd discovered he could manifest shadow powers that reflected his own bitterness and pain. Obsidian can control the 'shadow force' to become a living shadow or send people into the "shadow lands" of their greatest fears.
Orion (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Orion was born the son Darkseid on Apokolips. Afterwards, Darkseid formed The Pact with Highfather of New Genesis to end a bloody war. Orion was exchanged for Highfather's son who was raised in the orphanages of Granny Goodness. Under Highfather's tutelage, Orion's inherent dark side was balanced out but he still holds feelings of anger and hostility for Darkseid and vows to kill him. Orion has earned the nickname, "the Dog of War." Orion can be seen riding the Astro Glider, which can channel energy blasts and refocus them onto the enemy. He also possesses a Mother Box, a living computer connected to the Source. Without the Glider, Orion is capable of hand to hand combat and is gifted with super strength.
The Question (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Question aka Charles Victor Szasz was an orphan filled with anger towards a world he couldn't understand. He never understand what made people do the things they do to themselves and each other. As Vic Sage, he became an investigative reporter in Hub City. Disillusioned that he couldn't expose the political corruption in Hub City, Sage became a vigilante called the Question and became infamous for speaking every word to his namesake, in questions only. His mask is faceless due to a special compound called 'pseudoderm'. He also wears a two-way communicator watch.
Rocket Red (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Rocket Red aka Dmitri Pushkin is a kind-hearted and jolly man with a taste for American culture. He has a wife named Belina and two children, Mishca and Tascha. Pushkin joined Russia's national super-guard, the Rocket Red Brigade, to help defend the nation. The program increased volunteers' natural strength and endurance. They were all outfitted with high-tech battlesuits equipped with solar-powered propulsion system, automatic defenses, super-heated plasma blasters, electrified nets, magnetic boots, and mecha-empathic circuitry.
Red Tornado (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: An android built by the deranged scientist, Thomas Oscar Morrow to infiltrate the Justice League. The android houses the Earth's air elemental and gave it sentience. It felt more inclined towards doing good as a super hero and rejected Morrow's intentions. Red Tornado has mastery over anything related to the air and wind including generating tornadoes or wind based phenomenon at various velocities to serve either offensive or defensive purposes. Red Tornado can also use its powers to enhance its own physical attributes like traveling at speeds that the human eye cannot see unaided. Cast Iddo Goldberg as Red Tornado
Sandman (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Sandman aka Wesley Dodds spent his childhood in Asia where he learned herbalism, martial arts, and origami. Dodds took on origami, reading, writing, poetry, and philosophy as hobbies. After his father, Edward Dodds, died, he inherited a vast fortune made from investments. One night, Dodds had a vivid dreams about crimes. He decided to use his wealth to fund a state-of-the-art laboratory and invented an arsenal, including a Wirepoon, Gas Gun, and Silicoid Gun. Dodds wore a World War I era gas mask and took on the codename Sandman. Sandman fought crime and garnered a reputation as a genius and brilliant detective. His mode of transportation was a black 1938 Plymouth Coupe. Sandman was also a member of the Justice Society of America and decades later, attended the mixer hosted by the Justice League International. Cast Ken Lawson as Wesley Dodds/Sandman
Shining Knight (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: While driving away a group of brigands, Sir Justin - Knight of the Round Table - accidentally sliced a nearby tree with his lance and freed the wizard, Merlin from a mystical imprisonment. For his aid, Merlin gifted Sir Justin by enchanting his sword and armor. Merlin also gave Sir Justin's horse a pair of wings. Sir Justin renamed the horse Winged Victory.
S.T.R.I.P.E. (film) A live action DC Comics movie. In the style of Iron Man (2008 film) Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: In the World War Two era, Pat Dugan was a car mechanic who moon lighted as a sidekick to a super hero named the Star Spangled Kid. The duo was part of a crime fighting team called the Seven Soldiers of Victory but in a final battle, the seven were thrust into the past, eventually rescued and brought to the present. Dugan tried to settle down with a family but his cousin stole all of his patents and left him in financial ruin. Divorced, Dugan remarried and started over in Nebraska. When his step daughter stole the Star Spangled Kid's power source and became Star, Dugan created the S.T.R.I.P.E. battle suit to aid and watch over her. The battle suit is essentially a robot with the ability of flight and a resilient exoskeleton. So far, Dugan has used fire spray from shoulder cannons but the battle suit us a weapon with multiple armaments. Cast Robert Downey, Jr. as S.T.R.I.P.E.
Starman (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Starman aka Ted Knight was a wealthy heir and playboy in Opal City. Bored with his life of leisure, Knight often focused on his true passion of science. He was interested in how stars bombarded Earth with energy and sought to harness it. Along with Professor Abraham Davis, Knight created the Gravity Rod. Knight also helped develop the atomic bomb and later married Adele Doris Drew. Together, they had two sons: David and Jack. Knight became the hero Starman and joined the Justice Society of America.
Wildcat (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Henry Grant swore to make his son Ted fearless and pushed him into participating in sports. Ted grew up in a bad neighborhood and was beat up everyday and twice on Sunday. During Ted's college years, both his parents died. This couldn't have come at a worse time, the Great Depression that left many penniless had struck. On one fateful night in New York, Grant saved a man from an attempted mugging. This man turned out to be heavyweight champion, "Socker" Smith. Smith was so impressed he took Grant under his tutelage and trained him to be a champion in his own right. However, Grant became a victim of a plot weaved by Smith's managers. When Smith was killed by a posion overdose, Grant was framed and put up for a hit by the mob. He survived but his police escorts weren't so lucky. After coming upon a child whose Green Lantern comic was stolen, Grant was inspired to create his own identity, Wildcat and sought to exonerate his name. He soon joined the Justice Society of America. During a mission to evacuate tenants from an apartment fire, Wildcat was separated from his teammates. After finding Black Canary, he watched in horror as she was buried under debris. With her dying breath, she made Wildcat promise he would watch over her daughter. Since then, he has been a surrogate father to the second Black Canary, more so than the rest of the Justice Society of America. Cast J.R. Ramirez as Ted Grant / Wildcat
Zatara (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How Zatara became a hero.
Adam Strange (film) A live action DC Comics movie and science fiction film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The archaeologist Adam Strange was in Peru when he was unexpectedly transported 25 trillion miles across space to the planet Rann. Strange met a scientist named Sardath who used his Zeta Beam to attempt to communicate but had mistakingly teleported Strange. After using a device to understand Rann language, he learned that the planet was in need of a protector. Strange agreed and used Rann's technology and his own wits to battle alien invasions. Over time, Strange cared for the people of Rann and fell in love with Sardath's daughter, Alanna. However, the radiation from the Zeta Beam was temporary and when it wore off, he would teleport back to Earth. Luckily, he was independently wealthy and after careful calculation, would travel around the Earth and intercept the next Zeta Beam transmission.
Ambush Bug (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Irwin Schwab stumbled upon a green suit. This was a case of the right tool falling into the wrong hands. Schwab discovered the suit possessed advanced technology that allowed him to teleport to anyplace on Earth. As Ambush Bug, he wanted to use his power for good but he lacked linear logic and his skewed world view led to some complicated events. Ambush Bug came to the realization that he wasn't real. Cast Peter Serafinowicz as Irwin Schwab / Ambush Bug
Anthro (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Anthro was the first Cro-Magnon man and served as chief of the Bear Tribe during the Stone Age after his father Ne-Ahn, a Neanderthal. He constantly searched for new ways to ensure his tribe's survival, including battles with the Blood Tribe. Anthro was famous among his people for being a skilled hunter and compassionate teacher. Many admired him as the first hero of Earth. Anthro took on two Cro-Magnon wives, Embra and Nima, and raised one child with the former. Cast Steven Strait as Anthro
The Atom (Ryan Choi) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Atom aka Dr. Ryan Choi was born in Kowloon, Hong Kong and is currently a professor of nuclear physics at Ivy University. When he began working at Ivy University, Choi received the Bio-Belt from a fellow colleague. With the belt, Choi quickly discovered he could manipulate his height from his full size to the subatomic scale while retaining any mass, weight, and density. As the Atom, he set out to explore the microscopic world and use the belt for the advancement of society while filling the void left by Ray Palmer's retirement. Atom also used his ability to shrink an array of scientific instruments and keep them in his belt, including a swab, microscope, electromagnetic discharge gun, and field pressurizer. Despite his career as a super hero, the Atom preferred to use logic and science to a catch all solution rather than use his feelings. Cast Brandon Routh as Atom (Ryan Choi)
Batman of Zur-En-Arrh (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: On planet Zur En Arrh, located in a solar system far, far away from Earth and unknown to astronomers, Tlano was born and raised by a robot butler named Alpha-Red. He grew up to become a reporter at Gothtropolis' Solar Cycle Globe and befriended co-worker, Vilsi Valar. One night, he encountered and was inspired by a bat-like creature to become a hero that invokes fear in criminals' hearts, Batman. Also like Batman, Tlano created his own Batcave and a fleet of vehicles, including an atomic-powered Batmobile and rocket-shaped Batplane. One difference is Tlano's utility belt. He created the Bat Radia, a tool to jam the atmospheric molecules of his planet's enemies, and can project a hologram from his belt buckle. When there is a crime, he receives Bat-Signal on a tele-view screen from Chancellor Gor-Zonn and springs to action in the city of Gothtropolis! As a cover, while in his civilian identity, Tlano acts like a complete klutz. Over the years, he garnered an arch-nemesis, the mad genuis Rohtul. Cast Christian Bale as Batman of Zur-En-Arrh Kevin Spacey as Rohtul
Batmen of All Nations (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: El Gaucho: Santiago Vargas is a millionaire playboy from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Vargas became the hero, El Gaucho. An expert horseman and motorcyclist, El Gaucho is more known for his trademark bolas. He is also a member of the Batmen of All Nations. Musketeer: Inspired by Batman and the Justice Society of America, the Musketeer arose as the hero of Paris. He fights with a rapier and is a member of the Batmen of All Nations. Knight: Percy Sheldrake started out his superhero career as the squire of the Shining Knight. As an adult, Sheldrake became Knight and took over as hero of England. He is a member of the Batmen of All Nations. Legionary: Based on the armies of Roman's ancient past, the Legionary is the hero of Rome, Italy and a current member of the Batmen of All Nations. Ranger: A man from Melbourne, Australia became Ranger. He based himself on the Australian bush rangers. Ranger is armed with trick boomerangs and is a member of the Batmen of All Nations. Wingman: An American with Swedish nationality was personally trained by Batman. He took on the codename Wingman and a costume with a similar color choice as Robin. Wingman uses his cape to glide, creating the illusion of flight. He is a member of the Batmen of All Nations. Impala: M'Bulaze is a politically-minded Zulu warrior from South Africa. Gifted with super speed, he took the codename Impala after a creature known for its speed and agility: the antelope. He is a member of the Batmen of All Nations.
Batwoman (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Batwoman, aka Katrina Moldoff is a wealthy heiress of the Moldoff Circus, world class athlete, and acrobat. She decided to use her skills to adopt the costumed identity of Batwoman after longing to be like Batman. She operated independent of Batman and had her own Batcave and Bat-Cycle. Moldoff built her home in the Gotham suburbs over an old abandoned mining tunnel that became her Batcave. She created a shoulder bag utility case with a perfume flask filled with tear gas, powder case, and a bola net. Her charm bracelets also doubled for steel handcuffs. Batman and Robin figured out her civilian identity but never shared theirs. Batman didn't approve of her methods and concluded her thrill seeking recklessness was endangering innocent civilians. Crime fighter ethics prevented Batman from revealing her secret identity.
Black Orchid (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: After living under the roof of an abusive father, Susan Linden married Carl Thorne, a wealthy gun dealer who worked for the billionaire industrialist, Lex Luthor. Thorne stole a weapons shipment but Linden found out. After she went to the authorities, Thorne killed Linden. Philip Sylvian, a childhood friend and botanist, combined Linden's genetic material with an experimental hybrid of animal and plant matter. The being known as Black Orchid was born. She used her newfound powers to fight crime as a super hero.
Blue Beetle (Dan Garrett) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: While on a dig in Egypt, the archaeologist Dr. Dan Garrett discovered the Blue Beetle Scarab in the tomb of Pharaoh Kha-ef-re. When Garrett spoke the words, "Kaji Dha," the Scarab activated and bonded with him. With the Blue Beetle armor, he became a hero and fought crime based in Hub City.
Blue Beetle (Ted Kord) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Blue Beetle aka Ted Kord inherited a small technology corporation, Kord Omniversal Research and Development (K.O.R.D.) Enterprises from his late father. Kord wanted more from life and desired adventure. Dan Garrett, Kord's mentor, revealed himself as the Blue Beetle. On his deathbed, Garrett convinced Kord to carry on the legacy of Blue Beetle. Kord was unable to activate the Scarab. Undaunted, he trained himself in a variety of fighting skills and used his 192 I.Q. to develop an arsenal of non-lethal weapons including the BB Gun and flight pads. Based in Hub City, Kord became the Blue Beetle and built a secret headquarters under K.O.R.D. Enterprises. As a mode of transportation, he invented a hovercraft he nicknamed "The Bug."
Bronze Tiger (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Ben Turner comes from an upper middle class black neighborhood in Central City. When he was only 10 years old, he saw a burglar attacking his parents, and he proceeded to kill the man with a kitchen knife. In an effort to control the rage inside him, Turner turns to martial arts (and eventually, crime). After some time, Turner decides to travel to the far East in order to finally come to terms with his demons. Cast Michael Jai White as Ben Turner / Bronze Tiger
Bulletman (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Bulletman aka Jim Barr was the son of a police officer. When Barr's father died, he tried to fight crime himself. However, Barr's application to the police was rejected. Instead, he went into the field of ballistics. During this time, Barr developed a chemical called the "Crime Cure" that increased his strength and intelligence. He didn't stop there and invented the Gravity Regulator Helmet, a conical anti-gravitational helmet. It granted him the power of directional flight at super sonic velocities and to generate a protective electromagnetic field. Barr became the Bulletman.
Captain Comet (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: In Midwest America, John and Martha Blake gave birth to their son, Adam. Moments later, a comet streaked over them. John Blake took it as good luck but in reality, the comet emitted low-level radiation that activated metagenes in infant Adam. In a few years, his mental capacity accelerated beyond a normal boy's. At age four, Blake developed an acute sense of observation. By eight, he memorized every volume of encyclopaedia in the Blake household and later performed a Mozart concerto on a clarinet without ever using the instrument beforehand. In his college years, Blake's physical attributes began to accelerate and he found himself with telepathic powers. Concerned for himself, he approached a physicist named Emery Zackro. Zackro concluded Blake evolved into a human 100,000 years into the future. He became Zackro's assistant. During an invasion by the Astur, Blake wore an atmospheric pressure suit, flight belt, and oxygen tank to intercept a space ship with Zackro's, the Cometeer. Going by Captain Comet, he beat the Astur with a contest of the mind. Comet became an immediate hero and pledged to protect Earth. He went on many adventures in space over the years armed with a Stun Pistol and Omni-Blaster.
Challengers of the Unknown (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Ace Morgan, daredevil test pilot, was recruited to fly three others, Red Ryan, Professor Mark Haley and Rocky Davis, to a radio program called "Heroes." The jet enters a dangerous storm and crashes but the four managed to survive unharmed. They strike a pact to become adventurers together and challenge the unknown with what's left of their borrowed time. Red Ryan is a famed adventurer and mountain climber. On one occassion, he encountered a Yeti. Ryan is also known for his guts and sheer nerve. Professor Haley is a master scientist, an ex-US Navy frogman (military personnel who dive or are trained to dive in a military capacity, often in Navy special operations)and holds degrees in Aeronautics and Oceanography. Rocky Davis was a famous triathelete specializing in Javelin, Boxing, and one other sport, and went onto become America's favorite sports personality and business tycoon. Brains, Brawn, Guts, and Skill...the Challengers of the Unknown were born. Their motto is, "Wherever mankind is threatened by forces beyond its control, the Challengers will be there." They became a paramilitary branch with loose ties to the Pentagon and solved various cases from them and anyone else that came to them. They also garnered the attention of a mad scientist every so often. The Challengers adopted the hourglass as their logo to symoblize their borrowed time and made their base of operations in a hollowe-out complex named Challenger Mountain. Over the years, they encountered beasts, aliens, super villains, robots, and the occult. Time travel and journeys to parallel earths were also commonplace for them.
Cinnamon (film) A live action DC Comics movie and Western film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Cinnamon aka Kate Manser was born sometime in the 19th century to a sheriff of the Wyoming Territory. Years later, a gang of bank robbers killed Sheriff Manser and his daughter was placed into an orphanage. She spent the rest of her life training her marksmanship skills with guns, knives, and throwing stars all to help her achieve revenge against her father's killers. At 18 years of age, Menser left the orphanage armed with a Colt Revolver and her father's sheriff badge used as a Shuriken, a Japanese throwing star, and began hunting down the gang member by member. During this time, Menser took up a career as a bounty hunter and earned the nickname Cinnamon, after a famous gunslinger, to which she wasn't fond of. Nevertheless, the nickname stuck.
Creature Commandos (film) A live action DC Comics movie and War film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: In 1941, the U.S. government collaborated with all branches to create Project M. Based in a secret laboratory annex under the Statue of Liberty, Professor Mazursky concluded humans were frightened by monsters and created a team of super soldiers with such a visage. Soldiers were recruited on a volunteer basis and formed the Creature Commandos. They were led by a regular soldier named Lieutenant Shrieve. Lt. Matthew Shrieve: Lieutenant Matthew Shrieve is the field commander of the Creature Commandos. Unlike his comrades, Shrieve is a normal human. Wolfpack: Warren Griffith was a loyal and patriotic American. On his 18th birthday, Griffith enlisted in the military. While in combat, he was wounded and crippled. Still, Griffith volunteered for Project M and became a human/animal hybrid. On a full moon, Griffith can transform into a werewolf. Vincent Velcro: Sergeant Vincent Velcro was once a Captain for the Royal Air Force. He became a military specialist to avoid 30 year prison sentence for crippling an officer. However, Velcoro took part in Project M and was turned into a vampire. Velcoro hates fighting in World War II but is resigned to his place on the Creature Commandos. Patchwork: Pvt. Elliot "Lucky" Taylor took part in Project M and became a reconstituted warrior. He resembled Frankenstein and was designated as the Creature Commandos heavy hitter. Dr. Medusa: Dr. Myrra Rhodes was part of Project M and turned into the equivalent of the Greek myth, Medusa complete with snakes for hair when she inhaled strange fumes. As Dr. Medusa, she served on the Creature Commandos during World War II. Cast Marc Singer as Lt. Matthew Shrieve Richard Roxburgh as Pvt. Elliot "Lucky" Taylor Shuler Hensley as Sgt. Vincent Velcro
Deadman (film) A live action DC Comics movie and Horror film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Deadman aka Boston Brand was a star trapeze artist for Haley's Circus. Brand was chosen as a random target of The Hook, an assassin vying to join the international League of Assassins. Instead of dying and moving on, Brand was restored by Rama Kushna, the goddess of balance, for his good deeds. Brand became his circus namesake, Deadman, a ghost. Deadman became discouraged that he would never be allowed to cross over to the next plane of existence and concluded he was cursed to wander the Earth. Unknown to him, Batman took on the case but was unsuccessful in solving it. Trivia ◾ Guillermo del Toro has taken interest in producing the film. ◾ The film is being developed by Warner Bros. Television and Supernatural creator Eric Kripke.
Doom Patrol (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Chief: The Chief aka Dr. Niles Caulder grew up with a desire to make the world a better place. From a young age, he proved to be a genius. Caulder was given funding to create a chemical to prolong life. However, he discovered the benefactor was General Immortus. During the confrontation, Caulder was shot and paralyzed. Professor Caulder was committed to preserving mankind and came to a belief that he would gather those who were marked by tragedy. These outcasts would have nothing to lose and be willing to take the risk to save the world. The Doom Patrol was born. Caulder kept his true identity a secret from the public and the team until Immortus forced him to. Although, he appears as a fragile man in a wheelchair, Caulder rides an Action Chair, capable of flight and offense. Mento: Steve Dayton is the fifth richest men on Earth. However, his career as psychologist and founder of Dayton Industries was not enough. He craved adventure and love. Dayton invented the Mento Helmet to gift him telepathic powers and allow him to become the super hero, Mento. Mento joined the Doom Patrol and married team mate, Elastigirl. He ran a tight operation on the Doom Patrol, like a military unit. Eventually, Mento and Elastigirl adopted a child named Garfield Logan who then joined the Patrol as Beast Boy. Negative Man: Negative Man aka Larry Trainor was an expert pilot for the United States Air Force. Afterwards, he became a test pilot and friend of Hal Jordan. Trainor took on an unusual mission to pilot an experimental test rocket, the X-19. A malfunction sent him into deep space where he passed by a radiation belt and was exposed to cosmic energy. After returning to Earth, Trainor found he could manifest this energy as a superpowered being called the Negative and controlled it with his mind. Professor Caulder approached him and offered special material that would help contain the radiation. Taking the name Negative Man, he joined the Doom Patrol. The Negative could only be out of his body for 60 seconds or else Negative Man would die. While in this form, he can fly, phase through solid objects, and either absorb or project energy in various forms. Robotman: As a former man who was put inside a Robot to survive Robotman was considered a freak and outcast and readily joined the Doom Patrol. Once on the team he quickly bonded with the others as they went on many adventures and eventually won the begrudging respect of the public. Elasti-Girl: Elasti-Girl was considered a freak and outcast due to her ability to morph and grow and readily joined the Doom Patrol. Once on the team she quickly bonded with the others as they went on many adventures and eventually won the begrudging respect of the public even if some of there adventures caused some collatoral damage. Beast Boy: Beast Boy aka Garfield Logan is a Doom Patrol member, with the powers to transform into any animal (with an additional green color). Cast Ryan Potter as Garfield Logan / Beast Boy
Enemy Ace (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Baron Hans von Hammer was born into an aristocratic German family. In 1914, von Hammer eagerly volunteered to fight. While being trained in flight school, he participated in a duel of honor with another student, Heinrich Muller. He was permanently scarred on his left cheek. von Hammer went onto become a skilled pilot and was assigned to Rittsmeister of his own Jagdstaffel hunting squadron. The Allies nicknamed him Enemy Ace. Despite his abhorrence of unnecessary death and sense of honor, the Enemy Ace had 70 kills during the War.
Detective Chimp (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Detective Chimp aka Bobo was a chimpanzee originally from Africa, was the subject of an experiment by two microscopic aliens who wanted to increase the brain power of Earth's lower life forms. It was a success and Bobo was gifted with greater intelligence and the ability to speak. Bobo moved to Oscaloosa County, Florida in America, where he was raised by Fred Thorpe, a famous animal trainer, and solved a crime. When Thorpe was murdered, Bobo teamed up with Sheriff Edward Chase to discover Thorpe's killer. Chase adopted Bobo and together, they solved many cases over the years. He earned the nickname, Detective Chimp. He is currently an operative of the Bureau of Amplified Animals (BAA), a U.S. government agency that employs monitors and deploys enhanced animals. Cast Kevin Michael Richardson as Detective Chimp (voice)
Freedom Fighters (film) A live action DC Comics movie and War film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Freedom Fighters are a group of American superheroes dedicated to fighting tyranny and oppression spread by authoritarian regimes. During World War II, the group was formed to fight against the Nazi Party. Uncle Sam: After the formation of the United States of America in 1776, the Founding Fathers initiated a mystic ritual that created the American Talisman, the embodiment of the young nation's patriotic spirit. When needed, it would usually magically bond to an American citizen displaying a high level of patriotism and manifest as Uncle Sam. He appeared throughout history, such as the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863. During the World War II era, the Talisman bonded to a man named Samuel and Uncle Sam appeared at a war bonds rally with Batman, who was probably time traveling. Armed with several abilities, Uncle Sam's powers are proportionate to the country's faith in the ideals of freedom and liberty. He later formed and leads the Freedom Fighters. Doll Man: A chemist named Darrel Dane made a breakthrough with a serum that could shrink human beings. He tested it on himself to make sure it was perfected. Dane discovered it was and he now had the power to shrink at will. He began to fight crime and later saved his fiancee Martha Roberts. She sewed him a costume and Dane became Doll Man. He can shrink from his normal height of six feet down to six inches and retain his normal strength levels. Doll Man later joined the Freedom Fighters. His unassuming appearance lends him to be an expert in infiltration. Human Bomb: Roy Lincoln helped his father, a chemist, to perfect an explosive called 27-QRX. However, the Nazi Party was interested in this material and killed the chemist. Lincoln ingested 27-QRX and became the Human Bomb. He then was required to wear a containment suit made of a special material called "fibro wax" to control his new explosive powers. Lincoln could trigger a biochemical explosion with a mere touch and a concussive blast with a right hook. Another side effect of the 27-QRX is extended life. Human Bomb later joined the Freedom Fighters. Phantom Lady: Sandra Knight once saved her senator father's life on the steps of the Capitol Building. A scientist named Abraham Davis was amazed by her heroism and gifted her with a black light projector. It gave her the power of intangibility and ability to phase through solid objects. Inspired by her cousin, Ted Knight, she took up the codename Phantom Lady and fought crime. Her black light projector made her intangible, but could also blind unwitting opponents. She also wore infrared googles to see in darkness. Phantom Lady's costume is also something of a strategic diversion. The Ray: "Happy" Terrill, a New York Star reporter, was working a story during an electrical storm. He was hit by a genetic light bomb secretly set off by a Dr. Dayzl. Terrill survived somehow and found himself gifted with super powers, including the ability to absorb heat, light, and electricity and fly at super speed. He became the Ray and joined Uncle Sam's Freedom Fighters. Black Condor: When he was only an infant, Richard Grey Junior was lost somewhere in the Mongolian mountains and exposed to alien radiation from a meteor. Grey was found and adopted by a family of condors. He was then found by a missionary named Father Pierre, named Black Condor, and was taught how to read, talk, and write. Some time after, Father Pierre was murdered by Jaspar Crow. Swearing vengeance, Grey set out after Crow. On the way, he discovered the body of Senator Thomas Wright, who looked exactly like him. Grey took on Wright's identity and married his fiancee, Wendy Foster. Between serving the nation as a senator, he fights crime as Black Condor and serves with the Freedom Fighters. Cast Daniel Day-Lewis as Uncle Sam Russell Tovey as Lanford "Happy" Terrill / The Ray
Geo-Force (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Geo-Force aka Brion George was the handsome yet brash crown prince of the European nation Markovia. Baron Bedlam and his forces invaded the country and executed King Viktor. Markov's older brother Gregor took over as king but was unable to stop Bedlam. Markov then implored the royal family's scientist Dr. Helga Jace to use her research and give him super powers. Cast Eric Floyd as Geo-Force
G.I. Robot (film) A live action DC Comics movie and War film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: G.I. Robot Wuring World War II, both sides were in constant search of the edge over each other. While the atomic bomb was the most infamous product of this arms race, the Nazi Party was known for occult practices, and the Americans searched for a way to create super soldiers. A group of scientists created J.A.K.E. (Jungle Automatic Killer-Experiment) and nicknamed it G.I. Robot. US Marine Corps Sergeant Coker was assigned to test the prototype in the field. If the missions in the Pacific theater it served in were successful, the robot would be mass produced to fill an army corps. G.I. Robot fulfilled its programming and surprisingly developed something of a basic human consciousness.
Green Lantern (Alan Scott) film A live action DC Comics movie. In the style of Green Lantern (film) Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Starheart, a magical entity, was imprisoned in an orb by the Guardians of the Universe. It landed on Earth and saved a man named Alan Scott from a train wreck. Scott followed its instructions and forged a power ring to tap into its power. Scott became Green Lantern. He went on to become a member of the Justice Society of America. Scott's ring has one weakness: wood. Cast Doug Pinton as Alan Scott
Halo (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Halo was originally Violet Harper was once a criminal sociopath but was murdered by a gang. As fate would have it, Harper was being observed by the Aurakle, an alien composed of rainbow-like energy. Aurakle merged with Harper's body, awoke with amnesia, and was now an otherwise innocent person. Her power is much like a Green Lantern in terms of creating constructs but she can access an aurora of energy of several colors: red for heat, orange for force blasts, yellow for light, green for stasis beam, blue for distortion effect, indigo for tractor beam, and violet for all powers to be used at once.
Haunted Tank (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: During World War II, a Stuart M3 tank employed by the Allies was possessed by the spirit of Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart at the command of Alexander the Great's ghost. While in the Northern African theater, Brown was won over by the tank's user, Lieutenant Jeb Stuart. Stuart communicated with Brown from time to time and even waived the Confederate flag in respect. However, Stuart's team thought he was only imagining the ghost.
Kamandi (film) A live action DC Comics movie. In the style of Planet of the Apes (2001 film) Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Kamandi is the last boy on Earth. Centuries into the future, Earth was brutally transformed by the Great Disaster. Animals mutated into hybrid human forms and became the dominant species on Earth. One remaining human, Buddy Blank, survived and relocated to New York City in an abandoned military bunker called Command-D. He raised his grandson, Kamandi (named after the bunker) and educated him with leftover film reels of Earth's history. Kamandi was fascinated with the past and was inspired to seek out kindred humans.
'Mazing Man (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: 'Mazing Man aka Siegfried Horatio Hunch III was a benign but deranged little man who wore a home-made costume. Calling himself 'Mazing Man, he often did good deeds such as unclogging a drain and watching out for the local children. Hunch was actually a millionaire who won a magazine subscription company sweepstakes (by subscribing to every magazine). Thus, he finances his own arsenal: a utility belt with Band-Aids, trash bags, electrical tape, safety pins, hooks, bottle openers, and tissues.
Metal Men (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Metal Men are a group of robot superheroes, wonders of advanced robotics and nanokinetic metallurgy, created by Doc Magnus and gifted with advanced artificial intelligence and free will thanks to his patent device, the Responsometer. Each Metal Man developed their own unique personality. Gold is the heroic and noble leader of the team. Mercury is irreverent and volatile. Tin has feelings of insecurity and self-doubt. Lead is dim but loyal. Iron is the team strong man. And Platinum is the team's only woman and nicknamed Tina by Doc Magnus. Over the years, the Metal Men faced hordes of monsters and were rebuilt over and over again. As a method of last resort, the Metal Men form into one giant robot named Alloy. Together, they represent Doc Magnus' dream of making the world a better place and are the family he never had. Trivia ◾ Barry Sonnenfeld is in talks with Warner Bros. to make a live action film version of the Metal Men.
Mr. Terrific (Terry Sloane) film A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Mr. Terrific aka Terry Sloane was a famous child genius who graduated high school at age 11 and finished college at 12. He pursued athletics and became an award-winning amateur athlete. Sloane then entered the business field and made a fortune. However, he felt his success was effortless. Feeling unfulfilled, Sloane slipped into depression. While contemplating suicide, Sloane rescued a young woman named Wanda Wilson from jumping off a bridge. He learned her younger brother Billy fell in with a local gang. Sloane took up a costume and drove the gang out of town. From then on, he operated as the superhero Mr. Terrific, the Man of 1000 Talents and Defender of Fair Play.
OMAC (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: OMAC is a corporate nobody named Buddy Blank who is changed via a "computer-hormonal operation done by remote control" by an A.I. satellite called Brother Eye into the super-powered One-Man Army Corps (OMAC). OMAC works for the Global Peace Agency (GPA), a group of faceless people who police the entire world using pacifistic weapons. The world balance is too dangerous for large armies, so OMAC is used as the main field enforcement agent for the Global Peace Agency. The character initially becomes the Ares-like war machine to save a female coworker at the Pseudo-People factory (manufacturers of androids initially intended as companions, but later developed as assassins). The coworker is revealed to be in actuality a bomb, and Blank is left in the employ of the GPA, sacrificing his identity in their relentless war, with faux parents his only consolation and companions.
Phantom Stranger (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: No one knows exactly how the Phantom Stranger came to be and very few actually know of his existence. The most common belief is that he's an angel who attempted to stop the rebellion of Lucifer, but was stripped of his wings and condemned by his treacherous brethren to walk the Earth forever. The Phantom Stranger represents redemption and justice and adheres to a strong moral code.
Plastic Man (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How Plastic Man: Eel O'Brian acquired a substantial criminal record but at some point he decided to use his power of elasticity to do good. He took the name of Plastic Man.Woozy Winks: Woozy Winks is a small-time criminal recognizeable by his odd fashion sense and on & off status as Plastic Man's deputized sidekick. Winks gets his nickname because he's bumbling, inept, overweight, and a slob. Cast Hartley Sawyer as Patrick "Eel" O'Brian / Plastic Man Will Sasso as Woozy Winks
Space Ranger (film) A live action DC Comics movie and science fiction. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Space Ranger aka Rick Starr is the son of the multimillionaire Thaddeus Starr, the owner of Allied Solar Enterprises in New York. Instead of following in his father's footsteps, Starr became the Space Ranger, dedicated to protecting Earth and its solar system from hostile aliens. He used his wealth to construct a base of operations between Mars and Jupiter. Aboard the starship, Solar King, Space Ranger patrols the system with his girlfriend Myra Mason. He fights with a variety of specialized weapons such as the thermoblaze gun, dissolverizer, anti-gravity gun, numbing gun, and explosidiscs. On one of his earliest missions, Space Ranger was stranded on Pluto and was saved by Cyrill, an alien with shape-shifting powers. Since then, the two have been friends and allies.
Ultra the Multi-Alien (film) A live action DC Comics movie and science fiction film. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: aka Captain Arn was a planetary tour guide until one day the ship was hit by a nearby comet's electromagnetic wave. He evacuated the passengers and crashed into an asteroid after being teleported to an unknown solar system. The asteroid was the secret headquarters of a criminal named Zobra. Arn learned this solar system was artificially created using one member from four races: the Laroo, Raaga, Trago, and Ulla. In the following skirmish, Zobra was killed by accident and Arn was hit by four duplication weapons at once. Instead of getting killed, he was transformed into a composite alien of the four races, each with a unique super power. After returning home, he decided to become a hero and took the codename, Ultra the Multi-Alien. Ultra continued to yearn for his humanity and past life, including his girlfriend, Bonnie Blake. She concluded Arn had died in space. Eventually, Ultra constructed a Hyper-Converter Belt which allowed him to switch between Ultra and his original human form. In order to protect her, Arn reunited with Blake but told her a cover story that Ultra found him adrift in space.
Thunder and Lightning (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Two conjoined twins hailing from Southeast Asia were taken to a magician and separated. The magician learned they also possessed destructive powers. As teenagers, they called themselves Thunder and Lightning and roamed the planet searching for fun and amusement. After going unchecked, they developed a superiority complex.
Garth (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Garth was the son of an exiled pacifist, abandoned in the sea. However, he was found and adopted by Aquaman, King of Atlantis. As Aqualad, Garth established himself as a great warrior and patrolled the ocean in service of the kingdom. Aqualad kept one of Atlantis' tenants close to his heart, to keep a low profile.
Lagoon Boy (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: La'gaan is loosely affiliated with Atlantis and prefers to live away from the fabled city. He resides in a cavern in Sector 7, the Pacific Ocean, near the west coast of the United States of America.
Hot Spot (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Isaiah Crockett is a gifted young individual. After graduating high school at a year early, Crockett manifested the power to generate fire and became a superhero rather than go on to college. As Hotspot, he patrolled the Middle East and easily captured regular villains.
Baby Wildebeest (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Wildebeest is 400 pounds of primal fury. Origins unknown, Wildebeest has travelled across North America performing heroic deeds.
Bumble Bee (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: From parts unrevealed, Karen Beecher used her size changing powers and technical know how to use as a super hero named Bumblebee.
Mas y Menos (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Mas y Menos are a pair of twin teenage heroes from Sector 27. Due to a binary attraction, when the two hold hands, the tactile act induces them to travel at great speeds. Together, they became the super hero duo, Mas y Menos (Plus and Minus). Despite speaking only Spanish, they managed to get along well with other super heroes.
Red Star (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Russian security force was assigned to a project aimed at creating the perfect soldier. Professor Chang was brought into consult and suggested a procedure involving radioactive exposure. Captain Kovar agreed to be his test subject. At first, Kovar exhibited superhuman attributes but then as an unexpected side effect, he unleashed a radioactive blight on the nearby city. Codenamed Red Star, he confined himself to an isolated military bunker and shed his powers everyday into a special receptacle. In the meantime, Red Star fought his loneliness by building things, including a fleet of jet skis. He even managed to mount one with lasers. When he his power was subdued, he would venture away from the compound and rescue animals caught in hunters' traps. However, the people of the nearby city still blamed Red Star for what he did to them rather than the military and treated him like a monster. Unknown to him, the receptacle's conduit had microscopic leaks and the radioactivity was spilling into a river. Over time, it formed into a beast bent on destruction.
Kole & Gnarrk (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Kole: Professor Abel Weathers became convinced that a nuclear halocaust was unavoidable in the near future. Driven to the point of insanity and paranoia, he began to conduct experiments on forced evolution to create posthumans capable of surviving doomsday. Weathers even resorted to using his 16 year old daughter, Kole. He grafted Promethium on her but instead of evolving, Kole Weather's metagene was activated. She could encapsulate her body in crystal. Weary of being manipulated, Kole left society in search of sanctuary. She journeyed to the harsh Sector 13, the Arctic Circle and discovered a lost world. There, Kole met Gnarrk and the two became instant friends. Since Kole becomes immobile when transformed, she allows Gnarrk to use her as a blunt weapon. Gnarrk: Somehow a teenage Cro-Magnum from Southeast Asia was teleported to the present and was overwhelmed by the modern world and its advanced technology. He was named Gnarrk from his limited vocabulary. The only word he speaks is "Gnarrk." Gnarrk journeyed to Sector 13, the Arctic Circle, in search of refuge. He found a lush hidden world that simulated a bygone era in time, one filled with dinosaurs and pterodactyls. There he met and bonded with another outcast, Kole. They soon became best friends. Over time, Gnarrk became used to a healthy diet of cocopolinos, Kole even began to understand him, and Gnarrk became quite observant of things around him.
Argent (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: While in her teens, Toni Moretti's metagene activated. As her power manifested, the pigment of her skin was drained and gave her a pale appearance. Undaunted, Moretti discovered she could generate silver plasma and shape them into hard light constructs of any form she could think of. Based in New Zealand, she became Argent, as an homage to her silver energy bursts, and protected the country.
Bushido (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Ryuko Orsono comes from a family of heroes who lived up to the ancient warrior code of Bushido. After Orsono's mother death at the hands of a Tengu demon, during his teens, he became a super hero codenamed Bushido and patrolled Asia. Bushido has no super powers and fights at his peak physical state, much like Robin. In a similar way how Robin is armed with state of the art gadgets, Bushido fights with weapons infused with the spirits of his ancestors. For the most part, Bushido became an expert in fighting the paranormal forces of evil.
Pantha (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Unaware of her true identity, a female soon turned to the world of wrestling and became Pantha. She settled in Mexico and took part in lucha libre, the Mexican style of wrestling. Her trademark technique is the "The Mark of Pantha," in which she claws her opponent's face.
Herald (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Mal Duncan created the Gabriel Horn, an advanced form of technology that can open spatial warps that teleports anyone or anything to another part of Earth or into an interdimensional realm called Dimension X. Duncan simply has to play the Horn like a normal musical instrument to activate a portal. He became the super hero Herald.
Jericho (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Joseph Wilson was taken by his mother and hidden in the remote Sector 19, an unforgiving range of jagged mountains. He was born mute and developed a peaceful disposition but his metagene activated and manifested a unique ability to possess others through ocular contact made with his eyes. He became a super hero named Jericho.
Killowat (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Charlie Watkins manifested electric-based powers and his skin pigment radically changed. He became the super hero Killowatt.
The Guardian (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Jim Harper is a clone of the original Speedy, Roy Harper. He was force-grown to be older than the clone of Speedy but he was cloned second and is the younger of the two. Both were unaware they were clones. The clone of Speedy believed the Guardian was indeed his father's brother. Harper eventually became the hero known as the Guardian. Cast Colton Haynes as James Harper / the Guardian
Icon (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Arnus is an alien who came to live on Earth. In 1810, Arnus emerged as a human infant. Taking the name Augustus Freeman, he grew up to become lawyer and lives in Dakota City. At some point, he acquired experience in intergalactic trial law. In May Team Year Zero, Freeman met a teenager named Raquel Ervin who convinced him to become a superhero. Freeman took the name Icon while Ervin became his protege Rocket.
Forever People (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: The Forever People are a team of heroes and close friends from the New Gods of New Genesis. Bear: Originally named after Tabore-Kadan, a creature not of Earth, Bear is the strongest member of the Forever People. Dreamer: Dreamer is a member of the Forever People and has telepathic powers. She can generate three dimenisional illusions with her mind, read minds, and project images. Infinity-Man: Infinity-Man is a singular being created when the Forever People merge to become part of the Source. All five say the word "Taaru" at the same time and Mother Box merges them into a cosmic being with great power. Moonrider: Moonrider is a member of the Forever People. He possesses the Megaton Punch, an attack that shoots bolts of energy from his hand. Serifan: Serifan is the youngest member of the Forever People and has no super powers. Instead, he shoots Cosmic Cartridges from his revolver. They in turn generate a multitude of abilities such anti-gravity or force fields. Vykin: Vykin is the leader of the Forever People and has magnetic powers. He is also skilled with technology and possesses the team's Mother Box.
Apache Chief (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: While still a young brave, he went for a walk with the chief of his tribe. The two men are unexpectedly attacked by a bear, but the chief recognizing that the young brave man might be ready for a test such as this, gives the younger man a pouch of a special "magic powder", which will amplify the user's thoughts and abilities a hundredfold. The young man resolves to be strong and brave (heeding the chief's advice that whatever is in his mind at the time, the powder will amplify), and upon sprinkling himself with the powder and invoking the phrase "ineck chock", grows a hundred times larger, stronger and braver. He disposes of the bear, without violence, proving that he has passed the test. Black Vulcan (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How Black Vulcan became a hero. Cast Cress Williams as Black Vulcan
Samurai (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: His real name is Toshio Eto, and he was a history professor prior to becoming a superhero.
El Dorado (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How became a hero.
Wendy and Marvin (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: How Wendy and Marvin became a hero.
Static (film) A live action DC Comics movie. Based on Characters appearing in magazines published by DC Comics, Inc. Story: Virgil Hawkins is a 14 year old resident of Sadler, Dakota City, Michigan and son of Robert and Jean Hawkins, of Ghanan ancestry. He lives with his family at 18404 Roeper Street. About three years prior, Hawkins lost his mother, a paramedic, during the Dakota City Gang Riots. As the youngest in the family, he struggled to get over her death and agonized over his mounting inability to remember her. At a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weight of 140 pounds, Hawkins attended Dakota Union High School with his best friend, Richie Foley, and circle of friends that included Frieda Goren and Omar Harmozi. He was assigned the student identification number 457778-445609. Hawkins excelled in academics and made honor roll. In particular, he was interested in the field of science. Outside of school, Hawkins' hobbies include comic books, video games, sci-fi, hip-hop music, bowling, basketball, and football. Along with Foley, Hawkins even created a video game they named "Attack of the Blood-Hungry Gutsuckers." An avid reader of Plant Man and other comics, Hawkins and Foley make weekly visits to their three favorite stores, including Dakota Comics and Collectibles and Off Your Rocket. During Homecoming season, Hawkins planned to use his wit and offbeat charm to ask Frieda Goren to the dance. His plan was interrupted by F-Stop, a local gang leader. Hawkins was defended by a rival gang leader, Wade, and became briefly associated with his gang for protection. When Dakota's gangs faced off in the harbor district at Gate 10, the police department launched several cannisters of tear gas. Unfortunately, several hazmat barrels of Alva Industries' Quantum Vapor were set off. The Vapor was released and infected the youth in the area. Soon after, the incident became known as the Big Bang. The Vapor turned out to be an experimental mutagene that mutated genes and gifted them with superpowers. In other words, it could create metahumans in those that don't even have the potential for superpowers. Hawkins managed to escape before inhaling a dangerous amount. He awoke with the power of electromagnetism and immediately confided in Foley. Hawkins was one of the lucky few, instead of becoming physically transformed, Hawkins retained his normal appearance. At Foley's behest, Hawkins decided to become a superhero to protect his home city as Static from the other metahumans who had turned to crime, dubbed the Bang Babies. Along the way, Hawkins learned how to utilize his powers offensively and defensively.
Predalien vs Terminator vs Freddy Krueger
Predalien vs Terminator vs Freddy Krueger
If some film have a crossover so why not this one.
Beside in ending of Freddy vs. Jason Freddy's head winks at the camera and laughs as the screen goes black, indicating that Freddy has survived.
Also in ending of Terminator Salvation John radios to the other Resistance fighters that though this battle has been won, the war is far from over.
And if Predalien like Predators and Aliens it can resurrect.
Horton Hatches the Egg (film) The film is a sequel to 2008's Horton Hears a Who! Story: based on the Dr. Seuss' book of the same name why not Horton Hatches the Egg. Cast Jim Carrey as Horton
The Butter Battle Book (film) If people can make movie of computer-animated 3D musical fantasy comedy film based on the Dr. Seuss' book of the same name why not The Butter Battle Book
Psycho Killer (film) The is based of a escaped psycho killer carrying a chainsaw and a hook from Total Drama The killer parodies several famous slasher movie killers Michael Myers from Halloween, with the idea of a psychotic killer escaping from prison. Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th, with his mask and the basic idea of him attacking a group of kids at a summer camp. He is also very large, and his face is very distorted, like Jason. He also uses a distant, repetitive chant like Jason, in which he repeats words over and over again such as. Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, with his dirty apron and chainsaw. Ben Willis from I Know What You Did Last Summer, with his hook. Cast Tyler Mane as Psycho Killer See Theatrical release poster: http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/totaldramaisland/images/5/59/Boxfilm.JPG/revision/latest?cb=20110322034312
Space Ghost (film) A live action movie based on animated television series Space Ghost. Story: Space Ghost aka Thaddeus Bach was a married man and an officer of the Commandment, an interstellar police force. Bach was recruited to join the Eidolon Eight to fight and destroy evil. He discovered they were lawless vigilantes and tried to sever ties. They killed his family and left him for dead on a lifeless planet. Bach met Salomon and was reborn with a righteous purpose. After being mentored and taught in the mysteries of the universe, Bach became Space Ghost. Space Ghost established his headquarters on the lifeless planet and renamed it Ghost Planet. He vowed to fight in the endless war on evil and travelled the universe. Space Ghost is equipped with Power Bands that emit various forms of ray blasts, an inviso button that renders him invisible, a force field, and communicator on his chest's silhouette. He later became the ward of Jan, Jace, and Blip. Cast Bruce Campbell as Space Ghost David Gallagher as Jace Allison Scagliotti as Jan See: http://images.starpulse.com/news/bloggers/6/blog_images/bruce-campbell-space-ghost.jpg
The Powerpuff Girls (film) A live action movie based on animated television series The Powerpuff Girls. http://ideas.wikia.com/wiki/The_Powerpuff_Girls_(Live-Action_2015_film) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnv1Lz-ZpmA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VteqQyk6Nk4
Johnny Bravo (film) Johnny Bravo - the upcoming comedian adventure film released in 2021 by studios 20th Century Fox and Jerry Bruckheimer Films (formerly Warner Bros. Studios).
Johnny Bravo is an avid hero, it protects his hair and skin, it delegates to all and at home can rely on their lessons and travel, but the enemy of beauty - Break, had planned to steal treasure and find the old fool to take possession of the most terrible and the most daily player in the world of the future. So as know Johnny can marry, but not known how? He went into the city to stop the world's worst villain! Cast Logan Paul as Johnny Bravo Jake Paul as Carl Will Ferrel as Break TBA as Little Suzy Jack McBrayer as Bazar TBA as Bunny Bravo
Jonny Quest (film) Is an upcoming 2017 American action adventure science fiction film directed by Marc Webb. It is based on 1964–1965 television series of the same name. It it the 7th live-action movie that is based on Hanna-Barbera cartoons. The film will distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Herculoids (film) A live action movie based on animated television series The Herculoids. Cast Marc Singer as Zandor Tanya Roberts as Tara
Dexter’s Laboratory (film) A live action movie based on animated television series Dexter’s Laboratory.
Peabody's Improbable History (film) If The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle, Boris and Natasha: The Movie and Dudley Do-Right can make live action movies why not Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Based on Peabody's Improbable History Story: Cast Ty Burrell as Mr. Peabody
Gilligan's Island (film) If someone re-creating The Three Stooges in a movie why not Gilligan's Island Based on Gilligan's Island Story: How the gangs met Plot: The two-man crew of the charter boat SS Minnow and five passengers on a "three-hour tour" from Honolulu run into a tropical storm and are shipwrecked on an uncharted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. The island was close enough to Hawaii to clearly pick up Hawaiian AM radio transmissions on a portable receiver.
Cast Jon Wellner as Gilligan Eric Allan Kramer as The Skipper Michael Wiseman as The Professor Kristen Dalton as Ginger Samantha Harris as Mary Ann Steve Vinovich as Mr. Howell E.J. Peaker as Mrs. Howell
Goosebumps Season 5 Can you bring back goosebumps thee series for season 5? Episode 1: The Ghost Next Door Cast Odeya Rush as Hannah Fairchild
Episode 2: The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena
Episode 3: Night of the Living Dummy Cast Cal Dodd as Slappy the Dummy
Episode 4: The Haunted Car Episode 5: Invasion of the Body Squeezers: Part One Episode 6: Invasion of the Body Squeezers: Part Two Episode 7: Please Don't Feed the Vampire!
Episode 8: Help! We Have Strange Powers! Cast Mickie Pollock as Madame Doom
Episode 9: The Creepy Creations of Professor Shock Cast John Deifer as Professor Shock Episode 10: Deep in the Jungle of Doom Cast Josh Phillips as Cronby the Troll
Episode 11: A Nightmare on Clown Street Cast Marshall Choka as Murder the Clown
Episode 12: Escape from the Carnival of Horrors
Episode 13: Creep from the Deep Cast Steve Quinn as Captain Long Ben One-Leg
Episode 14: Attack of the Graveyard Ghouls Episode 15: Why I'm Afraid of Bees Episode 16: Toy Terror: Batteries Included
The Spies Story: Ariel is back and once again plans to eliminate all men and inferior women to take the globe for redeem Sisterhood but first she get revenge on Sam, Clover, and Alex.
The Fairly OddParents: Timmy Turner vs The Nega-Timmy Story: On Friday the 13 Timmy meet Nega-Timmy a evil doing twin from a parallel universe, his plan to team-up The Anti-Fairies including Foop so they take all universe while Timmy trap in parallel universe. When come across Parallel Universe Vicky, Parallel Universe Denzel Crocker, Parallel Universe Francis and Parallel Universe Dark Laser they help Timmy get back his universe so they to stop Nega-Timmy before is to late.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold Invasion from Mars!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Emerald Knight!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold The Bride and the Bold!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Man-hunted!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold The Panic of The Composite Creature!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold The Secret of the Doomsday Design!"
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Egg Hunt! or: The Evil of Egghead!" Base from comic book Batman: The Brave and The Bold Vol 1 16.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold The Case of the Fractured Fairy Tale!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Shadows & Light!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold A Batman's Work is Never Done!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Mixed Signails!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Trick or Treat!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Minute Mystery!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Bottle of the Planets!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Menace of the Time Thief!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold 3:10 to Thanagar!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Home Wreckers!
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Batman: The Brave and The Bold Batman versus the Yeti! Base from comic book Batman: The Brave and The Bold Vol 1 8.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold The Menace Known as Robert! Base from comic book Batman: The Brave and The Bold Vol 1 21.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold President Batman Base from comic book Batman: The Brave and The Bold Vol 1 3.
Batman: The Brave and The Bold Batman Dies at Dawn! Base from comic book All-New Batman: The Brave and the Bold Vol 1 13.
Young Justice Fears Base from comic book Young Justice Vol 2 6.
Young Justice Do Not Pass Go" Base from comic book Young Justice Players, Chapter Four: Do Not Pass Go.
Young Justice Directly to Jail Base from comic book Young Justice Players, Chapter Two: Directly to Jail.
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