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Episode 154


Gerry and Chris are hear to cover the next installment of Bat-Books for Beginners. This time around Superman/Batman: Supergirl is covered which includes Superman/Batman #8-13. Be sure to leave your comments below. Next episode: Robin: Unmasked.

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5 thoughts on “Episode 154

  1. Ian Miller

    This is kind of a delightful change of pace from the dark world of Gotham! I was wondering if Chris or Gerry have watched the animated adaptation of this storyline, “Superman/Batman: Apocalypse”? What did you think of that one – I thought it was very fun, and Wonder Woman’s lasso-work was amazingly animated. The Firefly fan in me also loved hearing Summer Glau playing Supergirl.

    (I am indeed trepidatious for my poor Spoiler in the coming storylines.. 🙁 )

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    1. Chris Karnes

      Ian, great call on the animated adaptation! I’m glad you wrote in! So few, if any, of the material Gerry and I will get to cover in future podcasts had an animated adaptation (and this might be the only one with that distinction). I should’ve mentioned it and I’ll note it for the next recording we do; thanks! I did see it when it came out, but I honestly forgot about it. I tend to be a one and done viewer (and I need to revisit ones worth another peek; some of the DC animated releases really tend to be “hit” or “miss” for me). A coworker and I often debate the animated movies when they come out as our tastes tend to be completely opposite of each other; I think we’ve only agreed in opinion in just one release. I’m already having tepid feelings about the upcoming Teen Titans: Judas Contract, which is one of my favorite stories, but doesn’t appear to have Wonder Girl, Donna Troy or otherwise. 🙁 (Since the coworker dislikes the Donna Troy Wonder Girl, I’m sure he already thinks of this as a plus.)

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      1. Ian Miller

        Well, don’t forget Under the Red Hood! 🙂

        I agree that the animated films are sometimes good, sometimes bad, but I thought the Supergirl one was definitely more on the good side!

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  2. Gerry Green Post author

    I agree, this gave us a breather from the more dire stories. I haven’t seen Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, but it looks like a good time. I have to catch up on a lot of the animated stuff. Thanks for the tip!

    You’ve got me worried about Stephanie for you. Thanks for listening!

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    1. Ian Miller

      Definitely check it out! The art style is very much imitating Michael Turner’s drawing.

      My poor Spoiler – she doesn’t deserve anything that’s coming. 🙁

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