Halfworlds - Netflix
Thu 27 June 2019
In Halfworlds, the incarnations of beasts and demons from Indonesian folklore take human form as a tribe of supernatural creatures known as the Demit. These Demit have infiltrated human society, living side by side with mortals. They look like us. They talk like us. But the only difference is, they also want to feed on us.
The Demit have gone undetected for centuries, protected by a powerful family of mortals who has enslaved them for 300 years.
As the series unfolds, the hunt for a supernatural power known only as the Gift – will bring both mortals and Demit hurtling towards their destiny.
And the only thing that could stop Armageddon is a young street artist, whose world is turned upside down when a mysterious stranger walks into her life.
This is the premise of Halfworlds: Mortals and Demit brought together in a collision of pain and destruction.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Halfworlds - Yondu - Netflix
Yondu Udonta, or simply Yondu (), is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The original version of the character is depicted as the last survivor of his species in the 31st century, and is a founding member of the original Guardians of the Galaxy team from the Marvel Multiverse alternate reality known as Earth-691. Yondu in Earth-691 is depicted as a blue-skinned male with a large red fin protruding from the back of his head and back; he is a spiritual warrior who can control his killing arrows via sound waves, most commonly by whistling. Yondu joined Vance Astro and other survivors of the Badoon attack on Earth's solar system in the 31st Century, who became known as the Guardians of the Galaxy. As part of the Guardians, Yondu traveled to present-day Earth and became an honorary member of the Avengers. The original Yondu never starred as a solo character in any Marvel Comic books, but was a core member of the team in the Guardians of the Galaxy comic that ran from 1990 to 1995. A second version of Yondu was first introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the 2014 Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy, portrayed by Michael Rooker, where he is a space pirate leading one of the factions of “The Ravagers”. He also appears in the film's 2017 sequel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. After the release of the first film, Marvel Comics introduced a comic book version of the character to the Earth-616 comic book continuity. The present day Yondu character has appeared both in the Guardians of the Galaxy animated show as well as being a playable character in video games.
Halfworlds - Video games - Netflix
Yondu appears in Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes, voiced by Chris Edgerly. He appears as both a mission giver and playable character. He also appears in Disney Infinity 3.0. Yondu is a playable character in Marvel: Future Fight. Yondu appears in Marvel: Avengers Alliance 2. Yondu appears in Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, voiced by Mark Barbolak. In episode 1, he is seen in a flashback induced by Star-Lord being badly wounded by Hala the Accuser. Yondu tells Peter that Meredith asked him to watch over Peter after her death. If Peter Quill trusts Yondu, he agrees to go along with Yondu who starts to show him his new home. If Peter Quill doesn't trust Yondu, this will cause Yondu to forcefully drag him to his new home. In episode 2, the Guardians of the Galaxy visit Yondu at the Neon District on the planet Rajek where Star-Lord enlists him to help repair the Milano. There is some history between Yondu and Rocket Raccoon where Yondu bought some weapons that Rocket Raccoon sold him. While he helps fix the ship, he does accompany the Guardians of the Galaxy in the event that the player chooses not to accompany Rocket Raccoon to Halfworld resulting in Rocket Raccoon borrowing Yondu's ship. Yondu is also a playable character in Marvel Contest of Champions. Yondu is a playable character in the match-three mobile and PC game Marvel Puzzle Quest. Yondu was added to the game in August 2017.
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