Our Morrison vs. Miller arc wraps up with Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Strikes Again.” In this story, we return to the word created in “The Dark Knight Returns,” three years after the faked death of Bruce Wayne. This time, Bruce sets out to bring back all the other heroes and take on their tyrannical, oppressive government — a government so insidious that the news is given to you naked and superchix musicians in spandex lead a rebellion. If that sounds wacky, that’s because it is. I get the feeling that this comic will live on in infamy. For more information on past for future shows, visit www.AtomicPoweredSuperCast.com!
Our second ep in Morrison vs. Miller features “Batman: Incorporated” Volume one of volume one from 2010 (I think). We’re actually a whole week late just because I read the wrong trade. But now that we’re back, we’re gonna talk abotu Scorpiana’s sexily unsexy costume, all those batmans, and tentacle porn. Mostly though, we talk about Man-of-Bats and just how awesome that issue is. For more information on past or future shows, visit www.AtomicPoweredSuperCast.com!
We start off our “Batman: Morrison vs. Miller” series with Grant Morrison’s “Batman RIP.” A random villain known only as Dr. Hurt, the Black Glove, Thomas Wayne impersonator uses a psychological cue to destroy the mind of Bruce Wayne, making Batman easy pickings. What he doesn’t know is a magical keyword: Zur-en-Arrh! What does it all mean? Why is Dr. hurt doing this? Is Bat-mite the best character in this? If only he were wearing rags, too. For more information on past or future shows, visit www.AtomicPoweredSuperCast.com!