Montana Max - Trivia

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  • Montana Max has sometimes parodied the character of Lex Luthor, enemy of Superman and the Justice League (whose publishers, DC Comics, are owned by WB). He is called Wex Wuther, and his enemies are members from 'The Just-Us League Of Supertoons', made up of several tiny toons parodying the Justice League. Another episode had him as Wuther solely confronting Babs Bunny as "Superbabs".
  • While most of the other characters were voiced by adult actors using child like voices, Montana Max's voice actor, Danny Cooksey, was an actual kid.

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