What other DC villain did he play?Sendhil Ramamurthy once again playing a DC villain as he voices Ra's Al Ghul with all the sophistication and subtle yet sinister scheming that defines him. I wasn't quite expecting Ra's usual bent of wiping out the dredge of humanity channeled through rock musing and hinging on destroying boy bands, but I guess it fits this show .
In my head-canon, 'Rahzz' al Ghul is the correct, modern Arabic pronunciation, but 'Raysh' al Ghul was the pronunciation used in the dialect of the Physician's homeland (where Arabic might not have been their first language).DC Super Hero Girls "League Of Shadows, Part 1"
Ra's Al Ghul as a Rock God? Lame.
Also, if DC wants me to buy the convoluted explanation as to why all recent projects have been mispronouncing Ra's name, Ra's needs to calls him himself "Raysche" here rather than "Razz". Otherwise DC is fulla poo. It probably always was about that one thing. The Nolan movies were the worst. They basically handed the world the ridiculous Bat-Growl, Bane's ludicrous voice, and the Razz thing, and we can't seem to get rid of any of them. It seriously bums me out. There are good things in the Nolan stuff, particularly The Dark Knight. But the only things other projects have taken from it is the bad stuff. It makes no sense.
In my head-canon, 'Rahzz' al Ghul is the correct, modern Arabic pronunciation, but 'Raysh' al Ghul was the pronunciation used in the dialect of the Physician's homeland (where Arabic might not have been their first language).
TV shows also kind of alternate on the proper pronunciation. People outside the League tend to use "Rahz" while people in the League use "Raysh."Chances are that you know this already, but I want to chime in that Dennis O'Neil has apparently insisted that the character's name is pronounced "Raysh". This is why BTAS, Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Young Justice have all been fairly consistent in calling him that. The Nolan trilogy did its own thing though, and that approach is absolutely fair game as well.
Oh yes, I am very aware of that. That is precisely why I favor the local dialect idea for Denny's pronunciation.Chances are that you know this already, but I want to chime in that Dennis O'Neil has apparently insisted that the character's name is pronounced "Raysh". This is why BTAS, Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Young Justice have all been fairly consistent in calling him that. The Nolan trilogy did its own thing though, and that approach is absolutely fair game as well.
It's like the girls were speaking for the fandom on asking where Diana had been living all this time .That was quite a surprise that Diana was homeless this whole time. Explains why we never saw her home before this episode but totally syncs with Amazonian culture and the rules of her quest.
She's taking the wrong messages from Batman .Loved everyone glaring at Babs about the secret trackers and she's oblivious.
She has a sister in the comics too, although I'm not sure if that's the case here .Makes sense the Cruzes adopt a lot of animals. I know pretty much zip about Jessica's backstory in the comics her have two moms was just that. Feels like Cruz is grounded without driving privileges for awhile again. lol.
Zatanna ordering $20 of water to bring up to her room was priceless .Diana waking up Zee over and over was hilarious and the coup de grace was Diana looked fabulous upon waking up and a blue bird comes to her. lmao. $20 for bottled water, rofl.
Never bring an Amazon home when your Alexa is named after a Greek Goddess .Also makes sense the Beechers are all teched out and that's totally not for Diana. And the show has its own Alexa and Roombas, heh heh.
Now that I think about it, we've only really seen Jim Jr in Year One .Also agree it was a nice surprise they confirmed Diana was sculpted from clay. That was really cute with Babs being so excited to have a sister and declared everything was perfect...
She's Wonder Woman. I'd be more worried for the strangers .Funny way to introduce Julia Kapatelis. Nice and quick mention of Antiope who will appear in the show very soon. And the Jumpa plushie was cute. I guess you could be cynical about it and question the danger of showing a girl going with a stranger to their home. But. All in all, a very heart warming ending.
It was nice to see Barry doing Hal a solid .Glad they went with some classic tropes like none of Hal's traps worked and the voice of reason was totally misinterpreted by both sides. Even Barry's cameo was well done, with the look and the bad spelling. Hal and the ukulele on the bus was so funny, to me.
I'm down for it .I think I said it before but I really think Larfleeze is an easy add to this series. Hope he shows up next season.