We’ve known for a month that Batman: Gotham By Gaslight would be the next Warner Bros. DC Animated Universe release, and now we know we only have to wait until February to see how the Elseworld’s tale is adapted.
Some theorize that every decision we make, no matter how small, no matter how automatic, creates an alternate reality. Comics being comics, that theory is turned into something both wonderful and a little bit ridiculous… Welcome to Ten Things!
Or – “Why Wouldn’t Jor-El Make ONE Big Ship Instead Of Four Small Ones?” If Jor-El of Krypton had been quicker in his experiments, or perhaps more assertive in his arguments, we might have an entire planet of Supermen running rampant across the universe. Had he built one big rocket instead of several small ones, though, he could have saved his own life and that of his wife as well as baby Kal’s. Of course, that course of action might also have a few consequences as well…
Ye Olde Gentlemen of the Major Spoilers Podcast are embarking upon the classic tale of The Batman set during the Victorian era.Â Put on your best Steampunk costume and join the trio in this week’s discussion. It is 1889. Bruce Wayne returns from a visit to Europe back to Gotham, as does his old family friend Jacob Packer. Shortly after arriving, Bruce takes up the mantle of Batman, fighting off criminals on the street, using his friend Lieutenant Gordon’s knowledge of criminal gangs currently operating to know when to strike. Gordon also shows Bruce the case of a man who
In this issue: The Muppets gear up for another movie, Hunter’s Fortune moves to issue #3, The Wolfman reviewed, and JSA All-Stars still has Magog in it. Also, LOTR Blu-Ray? A contest that YOU can enter, and a discussion of Batman: Holy Terror. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_177.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the gang takes a look at the first Elseworld’s book released by DC; Batman: Holy Terror. Twenty-two years after the death of his parents, Bruce Wayne has moved on and is planning to join the clergy, when he is visited by his friend James Gordon. Gordon was the inquisitor who was investigating Thomas and Martha Wayne’s murder, and has come to tell Bruce the truth about what happened. Their deaths were not a random mugging, but a state-planned execution. Despite Thomas’ position as physician to the Privy Council, both were anti-government radicals who