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Harley’s Out On the Town Without Mr. J in Batman and Harley Quinn

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Batman and Harley Quinn
MPAA: PG-13
Directed by Sam Liu
Starring: Kevin Conroy, Loren Lester, Melissa Rauch, Paget Brewster

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Poison Ivy, with the help of the Floronic Man, threaten to unleash a mutation on the planet to stop the ongoing crisis caused by pollution and destruction of the ecosystem. Its up to Batman and Nightwing to find a missing scientist capable of creating such a threat. With no good leads they resort to Ivy’s most known accomplice, Harley Quinn. After tracking down the Joker’s Hench Wench the three embark on a crazy adventure through the city in hopes to bring Ivy to justice and save the world from a terrible fate.

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This movie had its ups and downs. On one hand This project reunited the Kevin Conroy and Loren Lester the original Dynamic Duo from the Batman Animated series of 1992. Sadly, a new voice came in for Harley. Melissa Rauch although she did a decent job, missed the idea that Harley’s ‘Mistah Jay’ voice was more or less part of the costume rather than her normal voice.
In many other accounts in the animated version of Harley Quinn there are times which she stops her cute tone to voice real concern for her life or upcoming consequences. Paget Brewster did an exemplary job as Ivy. Somehow they had to add another villain with the Floronic man in attempts to link Swamp thing into the story. The Story should have just stuck with Poison Ivy who would have been more than capable of handling the plot. There was plenty of action and with Sam Liu directing, there are plenty of well animated fight scenes especially between Harley and Ivy.
All in all, Batman and Harley Quinn was an entertaining movie. It wasn’t meant to be taken as serious as other films like Bad Blood or The Killing Joke. There were a lot of hilarious anecdotes in which the view of this film was to be taken much lighter than most. However i don’t think many people were ready to view it this way. So if you’re looking for a fun story that takes you back to the lighter side of the original animated series, you are in for a treat. However if you are looking for a serious dramatic story with the Gotham Knight I would suggest to wait for the next animated feature Gotham by Gaslight.

 

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UNIVERSAL BASIC GUYS AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON

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UNIVERSAL BASIC GUYS PREMIERES SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH, IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE FOX NFL DOUBLEHEADER (8:00-8:30 PM ET/5:00-5:30 PM PT, LIVE TO ALL TIME ZONES).

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Multiple entry periods beginning 7/26/24 & ending 7/28/24 at 2:00 pm PT. Open only to participants who are 13+ years of age and present in the general public areas near San Diego Comic-Con during the Promotion Period. Minors must have parent/legal guardian permission. All prizing to be awarded in the form of a digital gift card. See Official Rules for complete details: https://bit.ly/UBGuy. Void where prohibited. Sponsor: Fox Broadcasting Company, LLC

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10 Ways to Keep Cool at San Diego Comic-Con: Beat the Heat Like a Pro!

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San Diego Comic-Con is one of the hottest events of the year, both figuratively and literally! As you navigate the bustling halls and outdoor events, staying cool becomes a top priority. Here are ten surefire ways to beat the heat and enjoy your Comic-Con experience to the fullest.

1. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

Water is your best friend! Bring a reusable water bottle and refill it often. Dehydration can sneak up on you in crowded and air-conditioned spaces. #StayHydrated #ComicConSurvival

2. Dress Smart

Opt for light, breathable fabrics. Cotton and moisture-wicking materials can make a huge difference. Don’t forget a hat and sunglasses for outdoor events! #CoolCosplay #ComicConFashion

3. Plan Indoor Breaks

Schedule time in your day to hit indoor panels or exhibits. The AC will give you a much-needed break from the heat. #ComicConPlanning #IndoorCool

4. Use Cooling Accessories

Cooling towels, portable fans, and misting sprays are lifesavers. These small items can make a big difference when you’re waiting in line or exploring the outdoor areas. #CoolGadgets #ComicConEssentials

5. Seek Out Shaded Areas

Find shaded spots for a quick rest, especially if you’re spending time outside. The shade can offer a noticeable temperature drop. #ShadeHacks #SurvivingComicCon

6. Enjoy Some Ice Cream

Nothing beats the heat like a refreshing ice cream or a cool drink. San Diego has plenty of options, from food trucks to nearby cafes. #CoolTreats #SDCCSnacks

7. Wear Comfortable Shoes

Blisters and sore feet can make the heat feel even worse. Choose comfortable, breathable shoes to keep your feet happy. #ComicConComfort #ShoeGame

8. Visit Cooling Stations

Many outdoor events have cooling stations with fans and misters. Take advantage of these spots to lower your body temperature. #CoolingStations #ComicConTips

9. Avoid Peak Sun Hours

Try to minimize outdoor activities between 11 AM and 3 PM when the sun is at its strongest. Plan your outdoor excursions for the morning or late afternoon. #SunSafety #ComicConTiming

10. Stay in the Loop

Keep an eye on social media for real-time updates on cool spots and special events. Follow the official Comic-Con accounts and popular influencers for tips. #ComicConTips #StayCool

Attending San Diego Comic-Con can be an unforgettable experience if you’re prepared to handle the heat. Follow these tips, stay cool, and make the most of your Comic-Con adventure!

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Got any more cool tips for Comic-Con? Share them in the comments or tag us on social media! #SDCC2024 #ComicConSurvival #BeatTheHeat

By following these strategies, you’ll be ready to enjoy every moment of Comic-Con without overheating. Stay cool, stay hydrated, and most importantly, have fun!

Don’t forget to share this post with your friends heading to Comic-Con! #ComicConHacks #SummerSurvival

For more cool tips and Comic-Con news, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook @thatsmye #ComicConFans #SDCC2024

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The HISTORY Channel’s “The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch” To Make Panel Debut at San Diego Comic-Con

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“The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch,” a hit nonfiction series on the HISTORY Channel, is making its debut at San Diego Comic-Con with an exclusive panel. The panel will feature aerospace engineer, astrophysicist, and lead scientist Dr. Travis Taylor; Defense Intelligence Senior Executive (Retired) Jay Stratton; and others. The series follows current ranch owner Brandon Fugal and an accredited team of scientists, researchers, and experts as they conduct carefully curated scientific experiments, daring drilling and drone exercises, and more to uncover what’s taking place on the anomalous 512-acre hotspot of high strangeness and UAP-related activity. New episodes currently air on Tuesdays at 9/8c, with the two-hour season five finale airing on Tuesday, July 23 at 9/8c.

HISTORY’s “THE SECRET OF SKINWALKER RANCH” PANEL – Thursday, July 25 from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – Hilton San Diego Bayfront (Indigo Ballroom)

Can You Keep A Secret? Unveiling the Secrets of Skinwalker Ranch – Ever seen a UAP? Or witnessed something strange and unusual that you couldn’t explain? Join the experts from The HISTORY® Channel’s hit series The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, including astrophysicist and lead scientist Dr. Travis Taylor and others, for a dynamic panel discussing the motivations, inclinations and secret findings currently taking place at one of the most infamous UAP and paranormal hotspots to ever exist. The moderator will be Matt Zoller Seitz (New York Magazine/Vulture). Cast subject to change.

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