Going Through The DCAU Part Fourteen

Remember when this came out once a week or so?
Yes…it’s back.

FINALLY continuing Jimmy and Tom’s trip through the DCAU.

Today’s entry is on the Batman The Animated Series episodes “Terror in the Sky,” “Almost Got ‘Im,” and “Birds of a Feather”.

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Going Through The DCAU Part Twelve

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Once more, Jimmy and Tom return to work their way through the DCAU.

This week, we’re covering the Batman the Animated Series episodes “Heart of Steel Parts 1 and 2,” “If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Rich?” and “Joker’s Wild”.

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Going Through The DCAU Part Nine

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After a week off, Tom and Jimmy’s rewatch of the DCAU continues.

This week, we’re covering the Batman The Animated Series episodes “Dreams In Darkness,” “Eternal Youth,” and “Perchance to Dream”.

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Awesome Cosplay Of The Day #SDCC Edition

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San Diego Comic Con is is full swing – and that means COSPLAY! Hundreds and Hundreds of awesome cosplay. There is so much cosplay in fact, that we truly cannot cover it all – but that being said, Business Insider had a wonderful library to share, and we picked out a few of our favorite. Check them all out after the break:

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Going Through The DCAU Part Eight

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Continuing Jimmy and Tom’s rewatch of the DCAU.

This week, we cover the Batman the Animated Series episodes “The Clock King,” “Appointment in Crime Alley,” and “Mad as a Hatter”.

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How Crazy IS Batman?

arkhamA new fan theory suggests Batman might just be crazy (crazier?) than expected!

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A Warning To The Reader: This Book May Have Been Self-Published!

Man, there are people online who will make zombies out of anything.
Man, there are people online who will make zombies out of anything.

I received my Kindle Fire as  Christmas gift from my in-laws in 2011.  As a person who reads quite a bit and lives in a one-bedroom apartment with my wife, it was a great gift, a real space-saver, especially since I had to give away maybe three quarters of my book collection when we moved from New Jersey to New York state for my job.  Being able to fit a massive library in a single device was a godsend.  And since it came from Amazon, I was able to use it to buy books directly from them.  Initially, I went for their free stuff, that being public domain works, many of which were quite rewarding, like the first of Edgar Rice Burrows’ John Carter novels.  I was a wee bit wary of buying too many books, since the device made buying them so easy, and many looked to cost about ten dollars each.  That adds up after a while.  So while looking around, I found a book that sounded interesting that would cost me a whopping $1.99.  It was called Alice in Deadland, and it promised to be a story mixing zombies with the 19th century children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Hey, Alice was my favorite book as a kid, and I do enjoy the occasional zombie novel.  What could go wrong?  A lot, apparently.  The book wasn’t terribly good.  Mostly it was terrible.  Not only does Amazon make it easier to buy books, it makes it easier for people to self-publish books.  These books tend to be cheap, and, you generally get what you pay for.

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