It’s the only 2018 superhero movie Jerome and Brian haven’t covered at all. This week, they explore more DC meta commentary as Robin stars in a movie about him not getting to be in his own movie. The other Teen Titans are…there. Explore the fun and madness of a movie where the plot doesn’t matter, but there are enough gags to keep things entertaining. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 29: Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
This might be the worst episode of the podcast ever, and how fitting given the movie that’s being discussed. The villains are heroes and the villains are…villains? Jerome and Brian try to make sense of a rather confusing entry into the DCEU and identify the absolutely worst needle drop. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 27: Suicide Squad
Jerome and Brian have very different perspectives on this here film. They go over the merits of Batman branding people and whether anyone would actually like Superman in this universe. Oh, and Martha… Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 26: Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
Jerome and Brian get animated this week as they discuss the movie based off the animated series. For being kids program, things sure do get dark and violent. It’s the first of two straight Batman origin stories as the duo explore whether a fresh take on two older stories is good enough to get into the Pantheon.
Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 21: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
The Burton/Schumaker run of Batman films end with *insert bad ice pun here* Jerome and Brian give a rather chilly reception to one of the worst superhero films ever made and if this doesn’t get into the Pile of Shame… then this is the last episode.
NOTE: The first fifteen minutes are spent discussing Spider-Man: Far From Home. Spoilers abound so be warned. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 20: Batman & Robin
Writing those numbers down still feels insane to me despite planning this post for weeks. But they’re accurate and against all odds, we made it to two hundred. Continue reading Three Years, 200 Episodes
Jerome and Brian are back to discuss Val Kilmer’s only film as Batman as Joel Schumacher is put in charge of the franchise. From one groan inducing line at the beginning to one toward the end, this is where things get a little rough for the Caped Crusader. But truly, who is afraid of the big black bat? Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 19: Batman Forever (Redux)