Christmas 1993 saw the animated Batman arrive on the big screen, and, as was the norm back then, DC published a comic book adaptation of it by the usual Batman Adventures team. How are they similar? How are they different? Why did it take so long for me to complete the edits? Listen and find out!
Continuing our look at DC’s Animated Comics! While Batman was out of town last issue, Robin held down the fort, and had to take on Scarface and the Vetriloquist. Plus, he had to make an important decision about his future as Robin.
One last time, at least until my schedule opens up a bit, we return to 1985 for 2 more episode of The Transformers. This time out, Megatron takes control of a super-computer, and uses it to take control of all sorts of machines, including oil tankers (remember Superman III?). Then, the Decepticons steel a robotic ninja and sends it to take on the Autobots, while also reappropriating more Star Wars sound effects in the process.
Once again we delve back into 1985 for some more Transformers goodness. In “Autobot Run”, the Decepticons create a ray that locks the Autobots into vehicle mode. In “Atlantis, Arise!” the Decepticons discover the lost city of Atlantis, and team up with the Atlantians to invade Washington DC!
This time out, we have feedback! Plus, we watch 2 more episode of The Transformers! In “City of Steel,” the Decepticons turn New York City into New Cybertron. In “Attack of the Autobots,” Megatron sabotages Teletraan-1 so that the Autobots are turned into Decepticons.
Join me as we travel back to 1985 and begin our look as Season 2 of The Transformers. In “Autobot Spike,” Spike is injured and has his brain put into a robotic body created by Sparkplug. In “Changing Gears,” Megatron’s plans require the use of Gears’ personality chip, turning Gears into a nice Autobot.