Ep. 64 – JL – A Better World Part I & II

The Good Brothers wrap up the month of July with an important tentpole in the Justice League storylines with “A Better World.” The guys talk this version of fascist Superman versus other iterations, several convenient plot holes, how this fits in with the DCAU as a whole and as usual, a full scorecard. All of this, plus a preview of what’s coming in August and much more on this week’s DCAU Review!

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Ep. 63 – JL – Hereafter Part I & II

Another week in July and another review from the second season of Justice League from your favorite Good Brothers. This week’s episode entitled “Hereafter” has the DCAU in a tizzy as Superman apparently dies. The guys discuss the ridiculous fun of this episode, compared with previous silly/bad episodes, Corey Burton pulling triple voice duty, where this episode could’ve used Glen Murakami and some #PonchoMovement discussion along with a full scorecard await on this week’s DCAU Review!

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Ep. 62 – JL – Only A Dream Part I & II

 

 

The Good Brothers continue the month of July with more Justice League, this week reviewing a Batman-centric episode entitled “Only A Dream.” The guys talk a star-studded voice cast, the layers to the Dr. Destiny character, the decision to use Batman as the main focus, and the groundwork continuing to be laid for the big Hawkgirl reveal! Plus a full scorecard and much more on this week’s DCAU Review!

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Ep. 61 – JL – Twilight Part I & II

After last week’s monumental moment from the DCAU the Good Brothers pick up the continuation of the ongoing DCAU Darkseid saga with the Justice League episode entitled “Twilight.” There are no vampires, nor werewolves present on this episode, however it does feature Darkseid and Brainiac, giving our hosts some great topics to discuss including the Corey Burton/Michael Ironsides dueling voice performances as well as a terrific outing from George Newbern. The guys also talk the season 2 character redesigns, the New Gods/Bugs subplot and just who decided the branding for the Darkseid/Brainiac asteroid. Plus the fellas have a full scorecard breakdown on this week’s DCAU Review!

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Ep. 60 – STAS – Legacy Part I & II

Cal & Liam conclude the month of June with their 60th episode, which just so happens to be one the most impactful and terrifically told stories in the entire run of Superman: The Animated Series. This week’s episode entitled “Legacy”, has ripple effects that would be felt in the DCAU for years to come. With that in mind,  the Good Brothers have a plethora of items to discuss this week. Topics include the all-star cast and Michael Ironside’s tremendous performance as Darkseid, Superman coming unhinged, all the feels from the right musical notes and more exciting visuals than anyone could want! A full scorecard and a preview of next month’s featured DCAU series are also covered on this week’s all-new DCAU Review!

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Ep. 59 – STAS – Unity

There are bad episodes that you can enjoy, and then there is “Unity”, the episode from Superman: The Animated Series which the Good Brothers cover on this week’s DCAU Review. Join the hosts as they struggle through a painstakingly bad episode filled with nonsensical plot devices, frightening animation, confusing character origins, and more Dennis Haysbert than you can shake a unity monster tentacle at. Plus a pair of historic scores from this week’s scorecard. Strap in and enjoy this historic and entertaining breakdown of one of the worst the DCAU has to offer!

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Ep. 58 – STAS – Where There’s Smoke

This week on the DCAU Review, the Good Brothers tackle “Where There’s Smoke” from Superman: The Animated Series, which introduces the series original character Volcana to the DCAU. Cal and Liam talk Superman’s confusing choice in administering justice, terrific animation, laying the groundwork for key plots used later in Justice League Unlimted and we learn the answer to the question that’s been on everyone’s mind from the beginning of the DCAU: What turns Jimmy Olsen on?

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