We switch to the other side for this week to discuss the latest entry into the DCEU Birds of Prey (spoilers).
Special Halloween edition of The Crossover Podcast as Rob joins to provide a commentary track to his favourite episode of Batman: The Animated Series: Harley and Ivy.
The Crossover Crew gets together to discuss the latest in comic and pop-culture news. Including: Lobo in S2 of Krypton, Batman TAS board game and BluRay, Disney acquiring FOX properties, the return of Venture Bros, James Gunn getting fired, the new “popular” Oscar category, and Ruby Rose being cast as The Batwoman.
Back with our Batman: The Animated Series commentaries. This week’s guest is Kyle Brown, who has selected the two-part Feat of Clay as his favourite episode. Watch along with us as we pay tribute to this wonderful Ron Perlman performance.
The 25th anniversary Batman: The Animated Series commentary tracks return for a second stint. This time Kevin Miller is in the chair and we are watching his favourite episode: Joker’s Favor. The episode is written by Paul Dini and features the debut of one of the most popular comics characters of all time…Harley Quinn.
Adam Bleskie from the HI101 podcast joins Matt and Kevin to breakdown the good, the bad, and The Batman in the Justice League. Plus, another classic Deadpool rant from Matt. (Spoilers)
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Day, The Crossover Podcast debuts its new sit down commentary homage to the the show. The first guest is Michael Lepock who chose his favourite episode titled “Almost Got ‘Im”. So find a copy of that episode and listen/watch along with us.
Matt is joined by Carly and Kevin to review Wonder Woman, break down its impact on the comic culture, and discuss who the defining Woman of Wonder is.
Kevin, Mike, and Matt breakdown the first season of Legion (spoilers) and then discuss the trailers for Justice League and Spider-Man Homecoming.
Kevin and Matt get together to catch up on all things DC Comics these days. Including: a kind of, sort of Lego Batman review (mild spoilers), the current state of the DCEU, Mel Gibson maybe directing the Suicide Squad sequel, and the sitcom Powerless.