The show opens with a girl named Cassie who yearns to be popular and liked in her school. She wishes she was in the "in-crowd", however, she goes about unnoticed in school every day. The only girl who truly notices her is her best friend Thelma. For some strange reason though, Cassie feels like she is being followed by a man. This is only the beginning of her problem...

Hex - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2004-10-17

Hex - Jonah Hex - Netflix

Jonah Woodson Hex is a western comic book antihero appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. The character was created by writer John Albano and artist Tony DeZuniga. Hex is a surly and cynical bounty hunter whose face is horribly scarred on the right side. Despite his poor reputation and personality, Hex is bound by a personal code of honor to protect and avenge the innocent. The character is portrayed by Josh Brolin in the 2010 film adaptation of the same name. Thomas Jane provided his voice in a DC Animated short film. He is portrayed by Johnathon Schaech in DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

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In the Batman: The Animated Series episode “Showdown”, voiced by William McKinney, Ra's al Ghul tells Batman the story of Jonah Hex hunting for Arkady Duvall (voiced by Malcolm McDowell), son of Ra's al Ghul in the late 19th century. Jonah Hex makes an appearance in the Justice League Unlimited episode, “The Once and Future Thing Part 1: Weird Western Tales” where he is voiced by Adam Baldwin. Jonah makes reference to his Hex-era adventures by guessing that Batman, Wonder Woman, and John Stewart are time travelers; when Batman asks why Hex thinks that, Jonah replies “Experience. I've had an interesting life.” Hex's appearance in “Showdown” took place in 1883, while in “The Once and Future Thing Part 1: Weird Western Tales”, the year was 1879. The Jonah Hex of “Showdown” looked considerably older than his later appearance despite only four years difference, although this may have been the result of the corruption of the timestream. Jonah Hex appears in the teaser of Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode “Return of the Fearsome Fangs” voiced by Phil Morris. He was caught by a western version of the Royal Flush Gang, who plan to pull him apart. Batman frees him, and they take out the gang. He gives Batman a gold coin for his efforts, telling him to get himself “a proper cowboy hat”. He next appears in “Duel of the Double Crossers”. In this episode, Jonah is kidnapped by Mongul in order to hunt down Batman for Mongul's Warworld while riding a robot horse. Jonah & Batman join forces to battle Mongul, but Mongul's time machine is destroyed and Jonah stays in the present day for now. He later rides off with Lashina riding behind him. He also appears in “The Siege of Starro! Part One”. He and Cinnamon stop the Western Royal Flush Gang from robbing a bank in the flashback. Finally, he appears in a brief non-speaking cameo on a cinema screen in the episode “Revenge of the Reach!” Worthy of mention is the fact that he appears briefly in the opening sequence of the series, among other well-known heroes. Jonah Hex appears in the Justice League Action episode “All Aboard the Space Train,” voiced by Trevor Devall. In the series, Jonah was depicted being frozen in a block of ice somewhere in the Rocky Mountains and is recovered by the Justice League. After the space train he was in was hijacked by Kanjar Ro, Space Cabbie freed Hex under Batman's orders and Cyborg's payment. The two of them managed to defeat Kanjar Ro and his minions. After landing the space train on a desert planet, Hex decided to live on it and explores the planet on a horse-like alien.

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