Thursday, March 5, 2015

Super Mates Episode 26: Batman ’66: The Lost Episode, and Feedback

Holy Dusty Television Treatments! Chris and Cindy take a look at the recent Batman 66: The Lost Episode comic, based on an unused treatment by Harlan Ellison! Len Wein, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez (Praise Be His Name) and Joe Prado present the 60s TV universe debut of Two-Face! What did this Dynamic Duo think of it? Can the comic escape Cindy’s piercing logic? The worst is yet to come!

Who do you think should have played Two-Face on the classic Batman TV series? Let us know!

Meanwhile, at Stately Franklin Manor, the Super Mates respond to YOUR feedback! So Batusi on over to your favorite MP3 device and download it already!

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Chris (aka Earth 2 Chris) co-hosts the Power Records Podcast with the esteemed Rob Kelly over at the Fire and Water Podcast feed! 

Next time: Chris and Cindy begin their chronological examination of James Robinson’s and Tony Harris’ fabled Starman series!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Chris and Cindy,

    First of all, I love the show! I'm steadily making my way through the older episodes--I think I'm up to episode 9 now--but listened the latest episode this morning so I could hear your thoughts on BATMAN '66. Great show, as always!

    Second, I might have a No Prize answer for how Batman could speak while wearing a rebreather underwater. He's trained in ventriloquism, right? Eh?

    Okay, maybe not.