Batman Ninja Review





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Dave and Christianna review the English-dubbed and Japanese versions of Batman Ninja! Start your quake engine and come with us on a journey to feudal Japan to ... well, we're not sure exactly... but there are cat puppets! The batmobile in a hut! Alfred brewing black tea from fermented green tea leaves! Bruce Wayne disguised as a western monk from a bat-based religious order! An unexplained bat prophesy that lets Batman have a ninja army he never really uses and a flute-controlled army of armored monkies fighting steam-powered robots piloted by Gotham City's greatest villains! So weird. But so cool-looking!   





'Green Lantern' (2011) Review





'Green Lantern' (2011) Review







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With rumors rampant that Ryan Reynolds will return as the Emerald Knight in Zack Snyder's Justice League, Jason and I sat down and rewatched Reynolds' original 2011 adventure, reviewed it, then discussed studio shenanigans and a version of the script that wasn't shot!





Keaton Batman in, Flashpoint Batman Out?




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Keaton Vs. Flashpoint Batman: Which do you prefer? Ryan Reynolds' Green Lantern seems to be hot on everyone's feeds these days! Is there something going on that we don't know? We also have every DC Film coming to HBO Max in July, plus Lucifer officially has a 6th and final season at Netflix!



Farewell, East Forest




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Jason bids a fond farewell to a room that saw countless hours of Batman played and heard thousands of hours of podcasting for years before we ever hit "record." At the beginning of DC on SCREEN, there was East Forest. No matter where we go, how many more episodes of this podcast there are, or who we might become, a piece of that place comes with us.





Legends of Tomorrow Season 5 Review




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We have viewed Legends of Tomorrow season 5! Now we shall review! Words are exchanged! Opinions proffered! Feelings! Expressed! Damn you, Klemmer! Give us back our Nora!





600: Michael Keaton in Talks for Flashpoint! Plus: Unite the Seven Hosts!



600th Episode Michael Keaton Returning as Batman in The Flash





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The Flash: Michael Keaton and Jeffrey Dean Morgan await at the gate! We also say goodbye to Joel Schumacher and are then joined by Scott McClellan (DC Films Squadcast), Effie Ophelders (Stealing the Remote), Chris Balga (World's Finest True Believers, Marvel Alliance), Brentacprime (Fans Without Borders, Marvel Squadcast), and Travis Hynes (Superhero Discussions, Super Civil Servant Podcast) to discuss our journey to 600 episodes, our common experiences podcasting in this fandom, our numbers through the DCEU tumult, where we're hoping to go, and what we're hoping to see. Come have a laugh with us!





A Prelude to 600 (Warm Up) (Patreon Exclusive)


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Before starting our 600th episode, we had quite the fun little conversation with Scott of DC Films Squadcast, Effie Ophelders of Stealing the Remote and Chris Balga of World's Finest True Believers! Among the topics of conversation:


- Editing practices of fine podcasts

- Weezer is NOT the Beatles

- Legends of Tomorrow: Accepting the insanity

- Keeping up with the post-Crisis Arrowverse

- What nearly broke DC on SCREEN.

- DC Universe needs to go international already

- The walkie-talkies that invaded the house in E.T.

- Scott's intimidating Goodreads notifications

- Doomsday Clock and the tin-foil hat theory surrounding the delays

- The fall of Brian Michael Bendis

- A Snyderverse for every medium

- Seduction of the Innocent

Batwoman Season 1 Review (Feat. Brent of Fans Without Borders)




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We dig Batwoman season 1, but now that Ruby Rose and Kate Kane are exiting, does it even matter?
This episode Dave is joined by Fans Without Borders and Marvel Squadcast host Brent!
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I'd Blow The F***ing Thing Up!

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