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Podcast – Simply Superman/Batman – Season 2 Episode 9: Suicide Squad Film Review!

Podcast – Simply Superman/Batman – Season 2 Episode 9: Suicide Squad Film Review!

By: Adam Basciano A brand new episode of the Simply Superman/Batman Podcast is available for your listening pleasure.  In this episode, my co-host Sam J. Rizzo and I review the film Suicide Squad, the latest offering in the Warner Brothers/DC Films shared universe! http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dp3gs-628891  

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 5: Pretty Poison

By: Adam Basciano “When Harvey Dent is poisoned with derivative from an extinct flower, Batman must hunt down the assailant who has the antidote, the villainous plant fanatic Poison Ivy.” Along with Catwoman, Poison Ivy is one of the all time sexiest vixens in comic book history. As far as the DVD set, Poison Ivy […]

Podcast: Simply Superman/Batman – Season 2 Episode 2: Superman (1978)

Podcast: Simply Superman/Batman – Season 2 Episode 2: Superman (1978)

By: Adam Basciano In this episode, Sam and I discuss the casting of Smallville’s Supergirl, Laura Vandervoort as Indigo on CBS’ Supergirl.  We also discuss the addition of Jeff Branson, of the upcoming Party Monsters, joining the show as Master Jailer. From there, we review Superman (1978), directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve, […]

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 3: Nothing To Fear

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 3: Nothing To Fear

By: Adam Basciano “Batman faces off against the Scarecrow whose fear gas makes the superhero afraid of disgracing the Wayne name.” This episode marks the first appearance of Jonathan Crane aka The Scarecrow into the DC Animated Universe. Unlike with Batman, who pre-existed in this animated world, prior to when we first see him, this […]

Podcast: Simply Superman/Batman: Season 2 Episode 1

By: Adam Basciano In our first episode of 2016, Sam J. Rizzo and I discuss the validity of the supposed Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice review that’s found it’s way online. We also share our thoughts on the first half of the season of CBS’ Supergirl television series. http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q9tgu-5b8912

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 1: On Leather Wings

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 1: On Leather Wings

By: Adam Basciano “Batman finds himself tangling with a Jekyll-and-Hyde bat creature after it attacks a night watchman and the police wage a war on the Dark Knight. “ Batman: The Animated Series is a classic show and piece of Batman history. Every classic show needs to start somewhere, and for Batman : TAS, it’s “On […]

TV Review: GOTHAM – Season 1 Episode 18: “Everyone Has A Cobblepot”

TV Review: GOTHAM – Season 1 Episode 18: “Everyone Has A Cobblepot”

By: Darryl Frisbie We begin where the last one ended, with Alfred lying in his hospital bed but this time he is more self-aware and can speak. Gordon insists on knowing if Alfred knew who his attempted murderer was but Alfred withholds that information from him. Bruce is confused and asks Alfred why he didn’t confess and […]

TV Review: The Flash – Season 1 Episode 12 – “Crazy For You”

By: Kyle Shultz Since episode three we’ve been seeing this story behind Ronnie Raymond little by little, unfold. “Crazy For You” was the first episode this season that focused mainly on Ronnie Raymond and his evolution into Firestorm. In this episode, we saw the return of Hartley Rathaway & I loved that this episode helped […]

TV Review: Arrow – Season 3 Episode 11: “Midnight City”

By: Kyle Shultz One of the biggest things to take away from this episode is that Laurel Lance had her first big break as Black Canary, & her introduction may have been in the episode prior; but I see this episode as her real debut. One thing I absolutely loved about Laurel becoming this character […]

TV Review: The Flash – Season 1 Episode 11: “The Sound and The Fury”

By: Kyle Shultz I’ve never been that big of a fan of Pied Piper, though when he was announced to exist in this universe, I was constantly thinking of how they’d bring him in. He’s a very goofy character in the comics, and you don’t really think he could be sold as a character in […]