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Marvel Introduces ‘The Super Hero Squad Show’ at Comic-Con 2009 Panel

July 24, 2009 by  
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Marvel has announced today that it will premiere its self-produced “The Super Hero Squad Show” on Cartoon Network in September 2009. This action-packed 26-episode series features super-stylized versions of its most popular characters (including Captain America, Silver Surfer, Thor, Hulk, Wolverine and Iron Man) with a comedic twist.  The Super Hero Squad Show: MarvelMarvel has attracted some top voice talent to play the roles of Marvel’s iconic heroes and villains, including Tom Kenny (aka Spongebob) as Iron Man, Captain America and M.O.D.O.K., Grey DeLisle (Fairly Oddparents) as Ms. Marvel and the Enchantress, Alimi Ballard (“NUMB3RS”) as the Falcon,  and Charlie Adler (“Cow & Chicken,” “Transformers” 1 & 2) as Dr. Doom. In addition, superstar guests have joined the cast to play various villains and heroes from throughout the Marvel universe, including Shawn Ashmore (“X-Men” films) as Iceman, LeVar Burton (“Ali,” “Roots”) as Rhodey, Taye Diggs (Private Practice) as the Black Panther, Robert Englund (“A Nightmare on Elm Street”) as Dormammu, Greg Grunberg (“Heroes”) as Ant-Man, Mark Hamill (“Star Wars”) as the Red Skull, Lena Headey (“Sarah Connor Chronicles”) as the Black Widow, Tricia Helfer (“Battlestar Galactica”) as Sif, Cheryl Hines (“Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “The Ugly Truth”) as Stardust, Wayne Knight (“Seinfeld”) as Egghead, James Marsters (“Smallville,” “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”) as Mr. Fantastic, Jennifer Morrison (“Star Trek,” “House”) as the Wasp, Adrian Pasdar (“Heroes”) as Hawkeye, Kevin Sorbo (“Hercules,” “Meet The Spartans”) as Ka-Zar, George Takei (“Heroes,” “Star Trek”) as Galactus and Michelle Trachtenberg (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Gossip Girl”) as the Valkyrie. The cast is also joined by comics legend Stan Lee (co-creator of “Spider-Man,” the “Fantastic Four,” the “X-Men,” “Iron Man,” the “Hulk,” “Thor” and many other Marvel characters) in a recurring role as the Mayor of Super Hero City.

“The talent that has signed on truly speaks to the strength of the Marvel brand as well as the uniqueness of this series,” says Eric Rollman, Marvel’s President of Animation commented.   “This is the first time Marvel has produced an action-comedy show and the reaction from both broadcasters and celebrity talent indicates we have something very special in the making.”

Tomorrow, Saturday, July 25th, fans at Comic-Con 2009 will have a chance to meet some of these stars in person during a panel:  “Hero Up” with The Super Hero Squad Show from 10:00 – 11:00. Previewing their characters in a live performance will be Tom Kenny  as Iron Man & MODOK, Charlie Adler  as Dr. Doom, Steve Blum  as Wolverine, Grey DeLisle as Ms. Marvel, and Stan “The Man” Lee as The Mayor. Supervising Producer Cort Lane (“Iron Man: Armored Adventures”), Matt Wayne (“Justice League Unlimited”), Supervising Director Mitch Schauer (“Freakazoid,” “Angry Beavers”), Exec. Producer Joe Quesada (Marvel Editor-In-Chief) & Exec. Producer Eric Rollman (President, Marvel Animation) will share series secrets, a world premiere clip and a preview of THQ’s epic Super Hero Squad video game.

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