Ep. 90 – BB – Hooked Up

SpellbinderThe final episode in January is the 90th edition of the DCAU Review and on this week’s show, the Good Brothers cover the Batman Beyond episode “Hooked Up.” Cal & Liam talk about the various prior episodes that dealt with an item substituting for drug addiction and how effective this episode is in tackling that difficult topic. Cal, in particular, has an issue with a few things in the plot and lays out what he feels to be a more rounded ending. The fellas also discuss some tip-top visuals, some outstanding music and the DCAU voice-acting legends cast in tiny roles for this week. Plus the usual full scorecard and a preview of next week’s review streaming below and on your favorite podcast app!

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Ep. 89 – BB – Once Burned

This week on the DCAU Review, Cal & Liam are discussing the Batman Beyond Batman/Ten romance follow-up episode entitled “Once Burned.” Our hosts find it increasingly more difficult to explain just why Terry is attracted to Melanie and whether or not Terry having bad relational skills might be genetic. Of course the inclusion of Melanie/Ten allows the Good Brothers talk about how #DanaDeservesBetter and how Max being complicit in the whole situation makes her a tough person to like. All of this, a full scorecard and much more are included on this week’s DCAU Review!

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Bonus Ep. 3 – Ten Favorite Arrowverse Moments

Crisis-PosterBonus episode number three is here and our hosts are using this format as an opportunity to venture outside the normal animated discussion, to discuss and celebrate some of the best moments in the CW’s Live-Action Arrowverse. From the more serious moments of death and tragedy to the comedy and fan-service to the “HOLY CRAP I CAN’T BELIEVE THEY DID THAT” crossover episodes, The Good Brothers have assembled a list of some of their favorite moments. Which moments will make the cut? Don’t fail this city! Grab your favorite Green Hood, brush up on pop culture references and RUN, BARRY, RUN to your favorite podcast app to stream this giant-sized all-new episode of the DCAU ARROWVERSE Review!

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Ep. 88 – BB – Bloodsport

Another week has come and gone, and the Good Brothers continue the month of January with Batman Beyond reviews, this week covering the introduction of The Stalker in the episode entitled “Bloodsport.” Cal & Liam talk about another DCAU veteran in a voicing a different character, what it would be like to watch a monochromatic Batman series, why Terry is still just the absolute worst boyfriend and son, and the tragedy that The Stalker has never had an official action figure release! All of this and much more on today’s podcast

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Ep. 87 – BB -Hidden Agenda

A brand new decade means a new series to kickoff the new year at the DCAU Review. Cal & Liam return to the future Gotham and pick right back up where they left off with the Batman Beyond episode entitled “Hidden Agenda.” This one has the Good Brothers feeling like it’s a bit of a soft-reboot for the future Batman, as the character of Max is introduced and Bruce Wayne is noticeably absent. The hosts also discuss a change in tone and a lack of depth and motive for the new Jokerz introduced while appreciating some of their design elements. Plus they discuss the Max character and if you should really be rooting for an unknown character to discover Batman’s secret identity.  All of this, plus a discussion on how #DanaDeservesBetter and the return if a familiar member of the voice cast along with a a full breakdown of the plot and a complete scorecard for this week’s episode on an all new DCAU Review!

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Ep. 86 – JL -Wild Cards Part I & II

For the final time of the decade, the Good Brothers are bringing you an all new DCAU Review! This week the hosts wrap up Justice League month with the episode “Wild Cards Parts I & II” featuring Mark Hammil’s Joker in all his glory, and a few other DC Animated voice veterans you’ll recognize as the Royal Flush Gang! The guys discuss the all-star voice cast, the progression of the Hawkgirl/Green Lantern romance, the visuals of a Las Vegas backdrop and where they would’ve liked to have seen the plot end up compared to where it actually goes. Plus a complete scorecard and the hosts reveal the first series being reviewed in 2020!

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Ep. 85 – JL – Comfort & Joy

Seasons Greetings from the DCAU Review! This week the Good Brothers get in the holiday spirit with their review of the Justice League episode “Comfort and Joy”, a rare 22-minute edition of the original Justice League series. However, the limited running time of the episode doesn’t mean the hosts are left without things to discuss as they cover appreciate for the overall feeling the episode brings, J’onn as Charlie Brown looking for the meaning of Christmas, George Newbern’s first Clark Kent portrayal, the DJ Rubba Duckie song and who one of our hosts thinks would’ve been the perfect cameo in the intergalactic bar fight. Can the boys deliver another entry into their “Top Picks” category? This might just be the Christmas miracle you’re looking for, in this week’s edition of the DCAU Review!

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