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The Morphic Trilogy reaches its stunning conclusion in a decades-spanning tale of friendship, betrayal, and mass murder that overwrites Venture history.

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Juno John Lee, Barry J. Kelly (co-director)
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James Urbaniak ... (voice)
Patrick Warburton ... (voice)
Michael Sinterniklaas ... Dean Venture (voice) (as Mike Sinterniklaas)
Christopher McCulloch Christopher McCulloch ... Hank Venture / Pete White / Sgt. Hatred / The Monarch / General Hunter Gathers / Col. Gentleman / Action Man / Dragoon / Dr. Z / Kano (voice) (as Chris McCulloch)
Doc Hammer ... Dr. Mrs. The Monarch / Red Mantle / Vendata / Billy Quizboy / 21 (voice)
Clancy Brown ... Red Death (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... The Blue Morpho / Parade Announcer 1 (voice)
Mark Gagliardi ... Enzo / Cop / Young Buddy Manstrong (voice)
Cristin Milioti ... Stab Girl / Mrs. Fitzcarraldo (voice)
Steven Rattazzi Steven Rattazzi ... Dr. Byron Orpheus (voice)
Charles Parnell ... Jefferson Twilight (voice)
Dana Snyder ... Alchemist / Parade Announcer 2 (voice)
Paul Boocock ... Jonas Venture Sr. / Laugh Riot (voice)
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The Morphic Trilogy reaches its stunning conclusion in a decades-spanning tale of friendship, betrayal, and mass murder that overwrites Venture history.

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19 August 2018 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The address shown in the end credits scene - 60 Rivington Street, New York - is an actual address on the Lower East Side of New York City. The illustration of the building is extremely accurate (the "Doctor Strange window" is called an oculus). The building functioned as a synagogue from 1904 until the 1970s. See more »

Goofs

Dean tells Hank he doesn't have "disassociative identity disorder". The correct term is the simpler "dissociative". See more »

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The Monarch: [looks at Vendata] D-d-d-Daddy?
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Action Man yelling "Toast!" can be heard over the Titmouse logo. See more »

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References Night at the Museum (2006) See more »

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Best episode of this season
20 August 2018 | by jonpas-72225See all my reviews

I was kinda bummed about the first two episodes this season - they just seemed all over the place and like Doc and Jackson were pulling the story straight out of their rear, but this episode really started putting things together for me. So many old mysteries explained, some outright and others subtly. Loved it.


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