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11/13/2020 7:56 pm  #181


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17. Black Vulcan and Black Lightning

 

11/13/2020 8:12 pm  #182


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17 is correct. I must admit that while Black Vulcan's creation may have come about by less than ideal means, I do like the visual look of him flying by turning the bottom half of his body into electricity.


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11/14/2020 4:36 am  #183


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11 Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog
12 Wonder Twins - Zan and Jayna - and Gleek
14 El Dorado
15 Apache Chief
16 Samurai
 

 

11/14/2020 5:47 am  #184


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Those five are correct.


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11/19/2020 3:39 pm  #185


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Great Scott! Only a day left for the following:
1. Who was the voice of Superman?
2. Who was the voice of Batman except in the last two seasons?
3. When he was replaced by Adam West, who did the voice actor in question 2 take over?
4. What was the second season of Super Friends called?
5. This series of Super Friends had for part of each episode the team up against a team of villains (and what was the name of the latter team)?
6. Who voiced DeSaad?
7. What was the name of the second last season?
8. Which superhero joined the team in the season described in question 7?
9. What was the name of the final season?
10. Which superhero joined the team in the season described in question 9, and who voiced him?
13. Which two DC superheroes only appeared in the first season?
18. Who was the voice of Robin?
19. What was the name of the headquarters, and which specific live action superhero series depicted this headquarters in 2020?
20. Which member of the team had an origin story in the final season (and who was the villain in that story's present day sequences)?
21. Which network did Super Friends air?
22. What was a common colouring error on Batman's costume?
23. How did the youth from question 12 [so Zan and Jayna] trigger their powers and which powers did each of them have?
24. For one season, which character was depicted as still a member of the team in the opening theme even though they never appeared in any episodes that season?
25. The final two seasons were partly intended to sell toys from which company?


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11/19/2020 3:49 pm  #186


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8 Cyborg?

 

11/19/2020 3:57 pm  #187


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23. They had to touch. Zan could change into any form of water and Jayna could chane into any type of animal.
25. Kenner

 

11/19/2020 4:10 pm  #188


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8 is incorrect; Cyborg was a late addition to the series but not in the second last season. 23 and 25 are correct. Zan's shapes were often ice because it's easier to hold a specific form that way.


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11/20/2020 2:36 pm  #189


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Remaining answers:
1. Who was the voice of Superman?
Danny Dark

2. Who was the voice of Batman except in the last two seasons?
Olan Soule

3. When he was replaced by Adam West, who did the voice actor in question 2 take over?
Martin Stein

4. What was the second season of Super Friends called?
All-New Super Friends Hour

5. This series of Super Friends had for part of each episode the team up against a team of villains (and what was the name of the latter team)?
Challenge of the Superfriends; Legion of Doom

6. Who voiced DeSaad?
Rene Auberjonois

7. What was the name of the second last season?
Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show

8. Which superhero joined the team in the season described in question 7?
Firestorm

9. What was the name of the final season?
Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians

10. Which superhero joined the team in the season described in question 9, and who voiced him?
Cyborg (so Loki was only one season off); Ernie Hudson

13. Which two DC superheroes only appeared in the first season?
Green Arrow and Plastic Man

18. Who was the voice of Robin?
Casey Kasem

19. What was the name of the headquarters, and which specific live action superhero series depicted this headquarters in 2020?
Hall of Justice; season premiere of Legends of Tomorrow

20. Which member of the team had an origin story in the final season (and who was the villain in that story's present day sequences)?
Batman; Scarecrow

21. Which network did Super Friends air?
ABC

22. What was a common colouring error on Batman's costume?
The colours of the bat-symbol and its circle often got reversed, so a yellow bat in a black circle

24. For one season, which character was depicted as still a member of the team in the opening theme even though they never appeared in any episodes that season?
Aquaman


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11/20/2020 2:59 pm  #190


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This quiz is on Batman: The Animated Series (as with Super Friends, subsequent name variants are considered to be the same series)

1. Who voiced Batman and in which exact series did he play  Bruce Wayne in live action?
2. Who was the evil farmer in one episode and which comic writer (known for his twisted stories) wrote the episode?
3. Who did Adam West voice?
4. Who voiced Commissioner Gordon?
5. Which was the only feature length story to be released theatrically?
6. Which villain is seen pre-villain in some of the earlier episodes?
7. Which comic book villain first got an origin in the series?
8. Which original character proved to be by far the most popular?
9. The episode Legends of the Dark Knight paid homage to which two Batman artists?
10. What was the name of the first Man-Bat episode?
11. What was the name of the storyline which first teamed Batman and Superman, covering both shows?
12. Who was *most often* the voice of Alfred?
13. Who voiced Catwoman?
14. Who voiced the character in q.6?
15. Which made for video movie bridged this series and Batman Beyond?
16. Who voiced the Penguin?
17. Which villain on the series is normally more associated with Green Arrow?
18. Which hero whose adventures are set in the past appeared on the show?
19. Which Steve Ditko-created hero appeared towards the end of the series?
20. What was unusual about the opening credits?
21. Which voice actor played a similar character on the 1990-1991 flash series?
22. What was the fist series name change to?


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11/20/2020 3:02 pm  #191


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1. Kevin Conroy, Batwoman
3 Grey Ghost
5 Mask of the Phantasm
6 Harvey Dent
7 Mr Freeze?
8 Harley Quinn
11 World's Finest?
15 Return of the Joker?
19 Question?
21 Mark Hamill - Joker vs Prankster

 

11/20/2020 4:05 pm  #192


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Most of those are correct. 19 is incorrect, though the Question did appear in Justice League Unlimited, set  in the same continuity.


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11/20/2020 5:26 pm  #193


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17. Count Vertigo
18. Jonah Hex
19. the Creeper

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11/20/2020 8:09 pm  #194


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Those are correct, though I forgot that Vertigo was in it, That being the case:
17. Who was the first villain to appear in this series who is normally more associated with Green Arrow?


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11/26/2020 8:36 am  #195


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Calling a day on the following:
2. Who was the evil farmer in one episode and which comic writer (known for his twisted stories) wrote the episode?
4. Who voiced Commissioner Gordon?
9. The episode Legends of the Dark Knight paid homage to which two Batman artists?
10. What was the name of the first Man-Bat episode?
12. Who was *most often* the voice of Alfred?
13. Who voiced Catwoman?
14. Who voiced the character in q.6?
16. Who voiced the Penguin?
17. Who was the first villain to appear in this series who is normally more associated with Green Arrow?
20. What was unusual about the original opening credits?
22. What was the first series name change to? That is what was the first name of the series after Batman: The Animated Series?


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11/27/2020 8:59 am  #196


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Remaining answers:
2. Who was the evil farmer in one episode and which comic writer (known for his twisted stories) wrote the episode?
Farmer Brown; Steve Gerber

4. Who voiced Commissioner Gordon?
Bob Hastings

9. The episode Legends of the Dark Knight paid homage to which two Batman artists?
Dick Sprang and Frank Miller

10. What was the name of the first Man-Bat episode?
On Leather Wings

12. Who was *most often* the voice of Alfred?
Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

13. Who voiced Catwoman?
Adrienne Barbeau

14. Who voiced the character in q.6? [Two-Face]
Richard Moll

16. Who voiced the Penguin?
Paul Williams

17. Who was the first villain to appear in this series who is normally more associated with Green Arrow?
Clock King

20. What was unusual about the original opening credits?
The name of the show was not given

22. What was the first series name change to? That is what was the first name of the series after Batman: The Animated Series?
Batman and Robin Adventures
 


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11/27/2020 9:29 am  #197


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This quiz is devoted to the letter E

1. Which children's show character likes to play with his rubber ducky while bathing?
2. Who voiced Granny Goodness on Superman: The Animated Series?
3. Which McHale's Navy actor was known for having a gap in his teeth?
4. The Beatles mainly became known in the US after appearing on which show?
5. This TV series was largely responsible for launching George Clooney's career
6. Who co-hosted TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes and was not the one associated with a popular music series?
7. This popular US drama was about a couple of paramedics
8. Faith of the Heart was the theme song of which series?
9. This series starring bob Woodward was remade into a movie starring Denzel Washington
10. This Dick Van Patten sitcom was about a family with too many children in the house
11. Which TV  series is often called ET for short but does not involve extra-terrestrials?
12.Who played Joanie Cunningham on Happy Days?
13. This was a long running sitcom starring Ray Romano
14. This series was about a guy who received the next day's paper in advance, thus giving him the chance to prevent a disaster from happening.
15. This crime drama featuring Joe Pantoliano and others was critically acclaimed but cancelled after one season, with episodes appearing on a Brilliant But Cancelled DVD.
16. In one episode of Johnny Bago, the main character learned that which deceased celebrity was actually alive?


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11/27/2020 9:41 am  #198


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Andy E. Nystrom wrote:

This quiz is devoted to the letter E

1. Which children's show character likes to play with his rubber ducky while bathing?
2. Who voiced Granny Goodness on Superman: The Animated Series?
3. Which McHale's Navy actor was known for having a gap in his teeth?
4. The Beatles mainly became known in the US after appearing on which show?
5. This TV series was largely responsible for launching George Clooney's career
6. Who co-hosted TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes and was not the one associated with a popular music series?
8. Faith of the Heart was the theme song of which series?
9. This series starring bob Woodward was remade into a movie starring Denzel Washington
10. This Dick Van Patten sitcom was about a family with too many children in the house
11. Which TV  series is often called ET for short but does not involve extra-terrestrials?
13. This was a long running sitcom starring Ray Romano
14. This series was about a guy who received the next day's paper in advance, thus giving him the chance to prevent a disaster from happening.
16. In one episode of Johnny Bago, the main character learned that which deceased celebrity was actually alive?

1. Ernie
2. Elaine Stricht?
3. Ernest Borgnine
4. Ed Sullivan Show
5. ER
6. Ed McMahon
8. Enterprise?
9. Equalizer
10. Eight Is Enough
11. Entertainment Tonight
13. Everybody Loves Raymond
14. Early Edition
16. Abe Vigoda (jk)

 

11/27/2020 9:42 am  #199


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1 Elmo
10 Eight is Enough
11 Entertainment Tonight
13 Everybody Loves Raymond
14 Early Edition
16 Elvis

 

11/27/2020 9:47 am  #200


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For 1, it's mainly zuckyd1's answer of Ernie that I was looking for,. It wouldn't surprise me if Elmo too, but Ernie is the one who sings about it.
2 is incorrect
3-6, 8-11, 13-14 are correct.
Loki's answer for 16 is correct.


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11/27/2020 9:58 am  #201


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Equalizer was Edward Woodward, not Bob.

 

11/27/2020 10:01 am  #202


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12 Erin Moran
15 EZ Streets?

 

11/27/2020 10:51 am  #203


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Some more British SF and fantasy TV trivia
1. Which TV series ended with the brutal massacre of most of the main cast, including even one cast member who had left the show but returned for the finale just to be killed?
2. What was the name of the short lived near future police drama set in the "high frontier" of orbiting space stations and moonbase?
3. Name two sitcoms, separated by decades, both of which feature spectres haunting run-down stately homes.
4. Another sitcom, aimed at children, featured orphans being adopted by extra-terrestrials masquerading as humans. Name it.
5. Yet another sitcom was about an employment agency that hired out undead spirits. Name it.
6. In which otherwise non-fantasy/non-SF sitcom did the TARDIS materialize in the background of the first episode, a silhouetted Doctor emerge, look around, and then depart again without interacting with anyone or otherwise getting involved in the story?
7. What sitcom ABOUT a SF fan was the breakout show for Nick Frost and Simon Pegg?
8. Name the show that featured a private detective working with the ghost of his murdered partner. I'll accept the name it was given for U.S. airings, though the U.K. title is preferred.
9, In the remake of the above, an actor much better known for another genre role played the part of the dead detective's ghostly mentor. Which actor?
10. The superhero sitcom No Heroics took place mostly in what setting that provided the show's title?
11. Complete this saying, identify who said it, and name the show: Smoke me a kipper...
12. Which show's theme tune is Journey of the Sorcerer?
13. Which actor who played a Doctor Who companion became better known as a very-long running presenter on BBC children's show Blue Peter?
14. John Steed has worked with many women, but only two men - Dr. David Keel and... ?
15. What carnivorous plants took over Earth after most of humanity was blinded overnight?

 

11/27/2020 11:46 am  #204


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Loki wrote:

Equalizer was Edward Woodward, not Bob.

Tell that to Nixon.

 

11/27/2020 11:49 am  #205


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Loki wrote:

12. Which show's theme tune is Journey of the Sorcerer?

HHGTTG

 

11/27/2020 12:41 pm  #206


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zuckyd1 wrote:

Loki wrote:

12. Which show's theme tune is Journey of the Sorcerer?

HHGTTG

Correct. Despite the fantasy sounding name, it's the theme to the very SF Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

 

11/27/2020 1:06 pm  #207


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Loki wrote:

zuckyd1 wrote:

Loki wrote:

12. Which show's theme tune is Journey of the Sorcerer?

HHGTTG

Correct. Despite the fantasy sounding name, it's the theme to the very SF Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

What's even more surprising (to me anyway) is that the song is by the Eagles.

 

11/27/2020 1:44 pm  #208


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Sorry about the Edward error

For the British sci-fi ones:
I know of #1 (haven't seen but read about it) but the title is escaping me at the moment

7. Spaced
11. "I'll be home for breakfast." Ace Rimmer, Red Dwarf.


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11/27/2020 1:48 pm  #209


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1: Blake's Seven. I remembered it had a number in the title; I just needed to figure out which number and whose number it was.

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11/27/2020 1:49 pm  #210


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Andy E. Nystrom wrote:

2. Who voiced Granny Goodness on Superman: The Animated Series?

Ed Asner

 

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