We have a special guest on this week's episode: Brian Augustyn, writer and editor at DC Comics in the 80's and 90's. Augustyn wrote the seminal graphic novel and first "Elseworlds" tale Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, and co-wrote Justice League:Year One and The Flash with Mark Waid. We're talking about the party scene at Lex Luthor's house, which includes the first appearance of Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman. Even though the show hosts didn't like Batman v Superman overall, we really did enjoy this scene where all of the major players are in the same room.
We also get waaaay off topic talking about some of Brian Augustyn's experiences at DC, including an amazing anecdote featuring Mark Hamill. If you're a fan of 90's DC Comics you're going to love this episode.
In this episode Chris and Dennis follow Bruce Wayne to an underground fight club. What's that? We're not supposed to talk about fight club? Sorry. We didn't know the rules... Then we head to Daily Planet, where Perry White is being a jerk to Clark Kent because Clark thinks the paper should do some actual journalism. Senator Finch pays a visit to Lex Luthor, who is getting philosophical and vaguely threatening. Then we take a trip into Bruce's mind during a dream sequence, where he finds darkness and no parents. This episode brought to you by Granny's Peach Tea©
Chris, Dennis and guest Heather Herr @MsHerr talk about fake eggs, Metropolis real estate prices, and the importance of journalism, in addition to getting philosophical about super heroes. It also turns into a bit of a DC vs Marvel discussion, but fortunately, no one got hurt.
Chris and Dennis review the latest offering from the DC Cinematic Universe: Suicide Squad! Is it as bad as its Rotten Tomatoes score or as awesome as the trailers make it out to be? Find out what we think. One thing's for sure, it has to be better than Batman v Superman.
Chris and Dennis welcome guest Negativsteve to talk about three scenes involving relationships. First, Lois and Clark take a bath, Alfred admonishes Bruce Wayne, and Lex Luthor wants Senator Finch to help him get his hands on some Kryptonite. This episode is brought to you by Jolly Ranchers. It's cherry.
Chris, Dennis and guest Adam Coppola talk about the introduction of Batman, the large number of Easter eggs packed into this scene, Batman's relationship with the police in this movie and how bad things have really gotten in Gotham City.