Fantastic Four. Part 2 features the half of The Council who are all of the hero cast of the original "Fantastic Four" movie made by Roger Corman, reunited on screen for the first time in over 20 years.
We celebrate Doctor Who with this special tribute. With appearances by Colin Baker, Paul McGann, and Eric Robert. We celebrate over 50 years and 13 incarnations of Doctor Who. Surge, is up against the Daleks. Can Surge and his companion, Antonio, protect Earth from a Dalek invasion?
Surge, meets Gates McFadden, best known as Doctor Beverly Crusher from "Star Trek: The Next Generation." Gates discusses her career in acting and choreography, her work with Jim Henson and the Muppets and opening her own theater.
The original Lois Lane from the "Adventures of Superman" TV show, Noel Neill, returned to Surge's world of Big City, to reprise her role as Aunt Lois. Noel shares stories of her work with George Reeves and Jack Larson on "Adventures of Superman."
Surge visits the original Jimmy Olson, Jack Larson, at his home in Beverly Hills. Standing next to Jack's beloved green Volkswagon beetle. Jack discusses his career and working on the "Adventures of Superman" TV show.
Nichelle Nichols reprises her role as Omen in "Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel". Omen has 3 super friends secretly watching over Big City who have all played DC Comics characters: John Newton, Shannon Farnon, and Michael Gray.
Omen and her super friends realize that Omen's champion, Surge, will need help against The Council. Omen views other potential champions. Watch as we explore these other pre-existing, indie superhero characters from other artists.
Surge meets Elodie Yung, who plays Elektra in the "Daredevil" and "Defenders" series on Netflix. Elodie and Surge interview each other and and there is a surprise walk-through cameo of Jon Bernthal, who plays The Punisher on Netflix.
Surge meets Dan Farr, the famous Utah businessman and entrepreneur and co-founder of Fan X Salt Lake Comic Convention, discusses how he connects with the local community and made this young comic convention grow to the nation's 3rd largest.
Surge meets Shannon Farnon and discusses her presence as the longest running Wonder Woman actress, playing the role on "Super Friends" for 10 years. She plays the artificial intelligence for our hero's car.
Featuring Shannon Farnon, reprising her role as M.A.V.I.S., the spunky and motherly artificial intelligence of the Surgemobile from "Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel." Surge goes car shopping, much to the displeasure of M.A.V.I.S.