James Mathis III Joins TV Talk!
We have a special guest on TV Talk tonight! James Mathis III (Voice actor: Black Panther) will join the show to talk about his current projects, upcoming conventions and more! Join us live at 9/8c for TV Talk!
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Watch LEGO Marvel Super Heroes-Black Panter: Trouble in Wakanda right here before the show!
About James and his projects:
LOS ANGELES – Voice artist/actor James Mathis III breathes life into the Black Panther character for two animated projects airing on Disney XD.
Mathis voices the superhero King in the special LEGO Marvel Super Heroes-Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda, which premiered on Disney XD on June 3rd and currently airs online at Marvel HQ (https://www.youtube.com/marvelhq). T’Challa (Mathis) is tasked with protecting Wakanda from the mad Titan Thanos, who wants to destroy the world in this storyline originally created as 5 shorts and now compiled into one special event.
Then coming later this fall, Mathis and Black Panther will step out of the shadows for Disney XD’s highly-anticipated season five of the popular animated series, MARVEL’S AVENGERS: BLACK PANTHER’S QUEST. In season four, SECRET WARS, Black Panther assembled a new team to save his comrades and the Universe. Now, BLACK PANTHER’S QUEST presents T’Challa conflicted between protecting his people as the King of Wakanda, and serving as an Avenger. Fans can expect a globetrotting, espionage-filled, epic story about evil forces looking to take over Wakanda, alongside an emotional storyline about the sibling relationship between T’Challa and his younger sister, Shuri.
Plus, Mathis will hit the convention scene this summer with appearances at several popular Con events, including: Anime Midwest (July 6-8), Florida SuperCon (July 12-15), Raleigh SuperCon (July 27-29), and Golden Triangle ComicCon (August 18).