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  1. Robot Chicken Season 7 Will Include A Second DC Comics Special, Plus A Cameo By George R.R. Martin

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    One of the many constants in this universe is that every pop culture franchise you love will eventually be ruined by Robot Chicken. Given the current prominence of comic book superheroes and Game of Thrones, respective skewerings were probably inevitable. Speaking with Zap2it, Robot Chicken co-creator Seth Green commented that as far as DC Comics goes, "There's no real line we can't cross." Oh boy.

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  2. Watch Mark Hamill and Tara Strong Voice the Joker and Harley Quinn

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    Video recordings of Mark Hamill doing the Joker's voice aren't non existent, but they are rare, and should be savored. (And yes, Tara Strong is not the original voice of Harley Quinn, but she is the voice of Batgirl and has taken over the role of Harley since Batman: Arkham City.)

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  3. Tara Strong to Reprise Batgirl Role for Beware the Batman

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Tara Strong, voice of Barbara Gordon/Batgirl in The New Batman Adventures (a.k.a., Batman: The Animated Series after the art revamp), Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, Super Best Friends Forever and a number of video games, announced today that she'll also be voicing Barbara Gordon in Batman's newest small screen incarnation, Beware the Batman. I didn't even realize that Barbara was in it (although it was apparently mentioned at last year's Comic Con)! Her debut episode airs this weekend. Previously in Tara Strong and Batgirl

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  4. The Mary Sue Interviews My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic’s Tara Strong


    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic airs a very special episode tomorrow on The Hub in which the lovable and charismatic Twilight Sparkle is changing. To find out how much, we spoke with the talented woman who provides her voice on the series, Tara Strong. Hear what she had to say about Pony fandom, the upcoming Teen Titans Go!, and the one animated venue she'd still love to visit.

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  5. Listen To Star Trek’s Q Sing The History Of My Little Pony, As A My Little Pony

    Today in Awesome

    We've seen John de Lancie do a lot of ridiculous things thanks to his time as Q on Star Trek: The Next Generation but this...this is something to behold. "Let's Go and Meet the Bronies" was written by Lauren Faust, Amy Keating Rogers, and Zachary Lobertini and is part of a larger My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic documentary about the fandom. De Lancie voices Discord on the animated series and star Tara Strong adds her vocal stylings to the mix near the end. My life is better for watching this. (via io9) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. My Little Pony’s Tara Strong Chooses Twilight Sparkle For Her First-Ever Cosplay

    Just What You've Always Wanted

    Voice actor Tara Strong attended Canterlot Gardens, a My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic convention in Ohio, a few days ago. This isn't news. What is news is Strong arrived on stage dressed as her character, Twilight Sparkle. And yes, there's video. 

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  7. The My Little Pony Team Express Their Love of Bronies

    Fans Do Cool Things

    It's been an exciting week for bronies...Is a sentence I never thought I'd be writing in a professional capacity when I grew up. But it has been! There's been the announcement of a new comic book series based on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, to be published by IDW. There's been the teaser trailer for season three of the show (viewable after the jump). And now, amongst all the revelry, the cast and a writer for the show are publicly talking about their overwhelming love for bronies and the "social phenomenon" they have wrought.

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  8. In My Mind, Superman & Batman Act Just Like They Do In Real Life Like They Do In This Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Trailer

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    I was impressed after watching the first trailer for Lego Batman2: DC Super Heroes, by just how many characters of the DCU were being included. Now after watching this follow-up, I'm more excited, if that's even possible but that may be solely based on the interaction between Superman and Batman in this one. Interesting to note here is the minifigs having voices for the first time in-game. We noticed they did in the LEGO: The Lord of the Rings trailer, but this game is getting released first (June 19). Was this a choice made by the creative teams or was there perhaps some push from the higher-ups as a result of the LEGO movie in development from the directors of 21 Jump Street. Audiences will get to see voice actors bringing the minifigs to life in that so maybe this is a way to get us used to it. Who knows? I don't care either way but I know a lot of people prefer they don't have an actual voice in the games. But Clancy Brown is back to voice Lex Luthor and Tara Strong is voicing Harley Quinn. So maybe you don't mind as much now? (via Topless Robot)

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  9. Tara Strong Makes Good, Contacts a Brony Fan After Her Knoxville Cancellation

    We Can Be Heroes

    Voiceover dynamo Tara Strong was scheduled to appear at the Knoxville Comic and Anime Show, but ended up canceling. Much to the dismay of a teenage fan named Dragon and his mother Rebecca Andrews, who posted on the convention's Facebook page that her disabled son had really been looking forward to meeting the voice of Twilight Sparkle on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. While the VIP Andrews purchased didn't help her son meet Strong at the convention, the actress went out of her way to let Dragon know how much she appreciated her fans: she placed a personal call.

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  10. Every Voiceover Actor in Geekdom Reads Star Wars [Video]

    And Fansplosions Abound

    Get as ready as you can be for this, because you will never be prepared for the overwhelming geekitude you are about to witness. Several voiceover actors -- the people who have voiced almost literally every cartoon you've ever watched -- got together at Emerald City Comic Con to read Star Wars Trilogy: The Radio Play. Kevin Conroy (who is Batman) read stage directions while Billy West, Tara Strong, Maurice LaMarche, John DiMaggio, Jess Harnell, and Rob Paulsen read the various other roles as the cartoon characters they've voiced in the past. This lasts nearly an hour and a half. You will want to squeeze this into your schedule after wiping your brain parts off the walls -- because your mind is probably already blown. (via Laughing Squid)

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  11. You Know These Voices: Voice Acting Documentary Shows the Real People Behind Cartoons and Games

    i'll just leave this here

    I love that this production doesn't just include voice actresses like Tara Strong, Rachael MacFarlane, and Nika Futterman, but also Andrea Romano, veteran casting director on pretty much your entire childhood with seven Emmys under her belt. Now, before you go off on the voice acting luminaries who don't show up here, you should know that this is just a trailer: I Know That Voice is still in production, and still interviewing, so we're going to go off and demand the inclusion of Phil Lamarr and Jennifer Hale. Uh, please. (via io9.)

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  12. Harley Quinn Loses Original Voice Actress For Batman: Arkham City


    Sadness of the day: Arleen Sorkin, long time voice of Harley Quinn in pretty much everything, will not be returning for Batman: Arkham City alongside her cast-mates Kevin Conroy (Batman) and Mark Hamil (The Joker). Three original castmembers of Batman: The Animated Series was very sweet icing on the incredible cake of Batman: Arkham Asylum , considering that they are the voices that anyone who grew up on the series hears for those characters in their heads. Sorkin doubly so for Harley, because while Batman and The Joker had had numerous previous film adaptations (Adam West, Michael Keaton, Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson), Harley was an original character created for Batman: Animated.

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