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Mar 27, 2022

The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Lauren, Agent Michelle, Agent Chris, and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the 1992 Marvel Entertainment Group X-Men The Animated Series season three episodes three through seven “The Phoenix Saga” and the weekly news related to Marvel Studios productions. The Team debriefs you on National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day, a profile on X-Men The Animated Series Production studio CEO Haim Saban, a Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Previously On in honor of X-Men The Animated Series, episode synopses, our disappointment Jubilee couldn’t go to Space Camp, if the Phoenix Saga represented space accurately, the tears of Scott Summers Scott’s father Corsair, Xavier’s alien soulmate Lilandra, Xavier’s motivations, Scott and Jean’s new symbiotic relationship, the Mutant fight breakdowns in the saga, and finally all the superhero cameos in the saga. Stay tuned after the credits for a few minutes of Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. bonus audio.


Marvel Entertainment’s X-Men The Animated Series As Shown On Disney+
Discuss the 1992 X-Men Animated Series The Phoenix Saga season 3 episodes 3-7
A Profile of the X-Men The Animated Series Production Studio Founder Haim Saban
Weekly Marvel Studio News
Marvel Studios Developing New Cosmic Project
Miss Minute’s unused WGA Acceptance Speech
If Marvel Altered Defenders Shows on Disney+


X-Men The Animated Series Production Company CEO Haim Saban Profile

IMDB Credits: 
118 Composer Credits
71 Producer Credits
Most well known for the Power Rangers series but had his hand in numerous film, animated series and sitcoms.
Disappointed in the lack of information available on Haim in the form of researched books or articles for the 232nd richest man in america
However, this is what I was able to find:
Born on October 15th, 1944 in Alexandria, Egypt
Immigrated with his family to Israel in 1956
Was a bass player and band manager starting in 1966 at the age of 18
His band was mildly successful but in 1969 focused on music promotion instead
Haim moved to France in 1970 and used the pseudonym Kussa Mahchi for credits in Saban Entertainment productions
When he moved to the United States in 1983 he began work in the soundtracks for children’s television programs and discovered the gold mine that was there
1988 he founded Saban Entertainment which became best known for Power Rangers but was a juggernaut in children’s programs including X-Men the animated Series
In 1996 Haim merged Saban Entertainment and Fox Kids into Fox Kids Worldwide and made his fortune there
In 1998 he was accused of not actually composing his total 3,700 credits and settled out of court with 10 composers
Haim has gone on to control international television and music distribution and has become a huge political supporter as a one issue interested part (pro-Isreal)
Previously on X-Men: The Making of an Animated Series
By Eric Lewald


X-Men The Animated Series Season Three Episodes 3-7 Premiered on “Fox Kids”

(Episode Order As Shown On Disney+, Premiere Dates As Shown On Fox)- move to after school programming
S3E3 “Phoenix Saga, Part 1: Sacrifice” Monday September 5th, 1994
S3E4 “Phoenix Saga, Part 2: Dark Shroud” Tuesday September 6th, 1994
S3E5 “Phoenix Saga, Part 3: Cry of the Banshee” Wednesday September 7th, 1994
S3E6 “Phoenix Saga, Part 4: Starjammers” Thursday September 8th, 1994
S3E7 “Phoenix Saga, Part 5: Child of Light” Friday September 9th, 1994
Produced By:
Will Meugniot
Larry Houston

X-Men The Animated Series Main Cast

Cedric Smith                            ...         Professor X / Charles Xavier
117 Credits, best known for X-Men
Norm Spencer                          ...         Cyclops / Scott Summers 
31 Credits, best known for X-Men
Catherine Disher                      ...         Jean Grey / Phoenix
122 Credits, best known for X-Men
Alison Sealy-Smith                  ...         Storm / Ororo Munroe
72 Credits, best known for X-Men
Iona Morris                              ...         Storm / Ororo Munroe
101 Credits
Star Trek TOS (Little Girl)
Claudian Grant on Robotech
2xStar Trek: Voyager
Lenore Zann                             ...         Rogue
110 Credits, best known for X-Men
Cal Dodd                                  ...         Wolverine / Logan
34 Credits, best known for X-Men
Alyson Court                            ...         Jubilee / Jubilation Lee
100 Credits, best known for X-Men
George Buza                            ...         Beast / Dr. Henry 'Hank' McCoy 
163 Credits, best known for X-Men
Chris Potter                             ...         Gambit / Remy LeBeau
58 Credits
The Pacifier
 Don Francks                           ...         Sabretooth / Graydon Creed Sr. 
191 Credits
Johnny Mnemonic
Heavy Metal
Brett Halsey                             ...         Bolivar Trask
154 Credits
Barry Flatman                          ...         Henry Peter Gyrich (works with Trask)
David Hemblen             ...         Magneto / Erik Magnus Lehnsherr
Lawrence Bayne                       ...         Cable / Nathan Dayspring-Summers
127 Credits
Randall Carpenter        (She)    ...         Mystique / Raven Darkholme (voice)
13 Credits
Lally Cadeau                             ...         Dr. Moira MacTaggert 
Stephen Ouimette                    ...         Angel / Warren Worthington III 
John Colicos                            ...         Apocalypse / En Sabah Nur
Rick Bennett                            ...         Colossus / Piotr Rasputin / Juggernaut / Cain Marko (voice)
Philip Akin                               ...         Bishop (voice) (as Phil Aiken)
Marc Strange                           ...         Forge (voice)
Chris Britton                            ...         Mr. Sinister / Nathaniel Essex 
Ron Rubin                                ...         Morph
Maurice Dean Wint                   ...         Shadow King
Robert Cait                              ...         Colossus / Piotr Rasputin
Tara Strong                             ...         Illyana Rasputin 
Robert Calt                                ...         Blob / Frederick Dukes
Rod Coneybeare                        ...         Avalanche
Jennifer Dale                             ...         Mystique / Raven Darkholme 
Graham Haley                            ...         Pyro / St. John Allerdyce
Roscoe Handford                        ...         Ms. Marvel / Carol Danvers 
Robert Bockstael                        ...         Sauron / Dr. Karl Lykos
Peter Wildman                           ...         Mojo
Rod Wilson                                ...         Longshot
John Blackwood                         ...         Hairbag
Dan Hennessey                          ...         Ruckus
Peter McCowatt                          ...         Amphibius
Megan Smith-Harris                    ...         Vertigo / Shanna the She-Devil
Rod Wilson                                ...         Gorgeous George

X-Men: 17 Characters You Didn't Know Were Possessed By The Phoenix Force

Jean Grey
Rachel Grey
Amber Hunt
Quentin Quire, Aka Kid Omega
Giraud Of Haven
Stepford Cuckoos
The Phoenix Five
Hope Summers
Madelyn Pryor
Iron Fist
Emma Frost
Professor X



Marvel's Second MCU Film, The Incredible Hulk, Is Finally Streaming - But Not On Disney+
Over a decade after its original release, The Incredible Hulk, the second film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has at last been made available to stream -- only not on the platform many fans might have expected.
While nearly every other MCU movie has found a streaming home on Disney+, HBO Max recently announced that The Incredible Hulk starring Ed Norton, Liv Tyler and Tim Roth will start streaming on its service beginning April 8. The Incredible Hulk now joins Spider-Man: Homecoming, Far From Home and No Way Home as the only MCU films not currently available on Disney+.


Michael Waldron
Congrats to Succession and Hacks on their WGA awards! Here’s the speech we submitted in case we won. #Loki

Marvel Scrubbed Netflix Credits From Defenders Shows on Disney+… And Fans Noticed
A Disney+ viewer notices that the streaming platform has edited out the Netflix logo from the opening credits of Marvel series like Jessica Jones.
Earlier in March, all of Netflix's Marvel shows were removed from the streaming platform, eventually landing on Disney+ on March 16. While watching the Jessica Jones Season 1 episode "A.K.Arrrr. Crush Syndrome" on Disney+, one fan caught that the Netflix name had not been entirely removed from the opening credit sequence, posting it on Reddit. For other episodes of the series and shows like Daredevil and Luke Cage though, these credits have been removed entirely without a trace.

Marvel Studios Developing New Cosmic Project
According to the latest issue of Production Weekly, a trustworthy industry publication that tracks and chronicles films and series in various stages of development, Marvel Studios is beginning work on a new cosmic project. The entry is simply listed as, "Untitled Marvel Space Project" and sports the status of "Development." As can be expected, Marvel Studios President Kevin Fiege is currently listed as the only producer attached to the project. Beyond its existence, nothing else is known about what this mysterious chapter in the MCU will entail.


Avengers: Endgame Almost Featured an Agents of SHIELD Character (Photo)
Avengers Endgame Almost Included Marvel TV
Marvel Studios made its first major reference to the television side in Avengers: Endgame. Agent Carter's Edwin Jarvis made a brief cameo as Howard Stark's butler during the 1970s Tesseract segment of the Time Heist, tying those two projects together.
But it seems the same sequence came close to bringing Agents of SHIELD into the picture through Season 2 antagonist Daniel Whitehall. The Hydra boss spent the early days of his career recovering powerful artifacts under the Red Skull before joining him to work on the Tesseract, explaining his link to the Time Heist plans.
Despite being born in 1904, Whitehall retained his middle-aged appearance in the modern-day after using harvesting the DNA and organs of an Inhuman to de-age himself. After causing half a season of trouble for the Agents of SHIELD team, Whitehall was finally shot and killed by Phil Coulson in 2014, meaning he was still alive during the Avengers' first attempt to recover the Tesseract for 2012.
Reed Diamond must have been shocked to receive a call from Marvel to check his availability, given his Hydra villain had been killed off years earlier. Since Whitehall was alive throughout the entire Time Heist, it's anyone's guess where he may have appeared. The Hydra Boss was captured by the SSR in 1945 and held until 1989, meaning he may have been considered for the 1970s SHIELD base scene with the young Peggy Carter, Hank Pym, and Howard Stark.
The scrapped Agents of SHIELD crossover would have left Runaways, Cloak and Dagger, and all five heroes of "The Defenders Saga" as the only major omissions from Avengers: Endgame. Since the blockbuster event was already so packed with heroes, perhaps it was for the best that Marvel didn't try to integrate its many TV fan-favorites into the mix.
Despite Agents of SHIELD's many references to the MCU, Marvel Studios has yet to reference any characters or events from the seven-season epic, leading some to justifiably call its canon status into question. But with the series having just recently made the jump to Disney+, speculation is rife that the SHIELD team could be in for a comeback in the near future.


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