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Super Wrap-Up

Super Wrap-Up podcast review

They’ve leapt tall buildings with a single bound and walked through the wastelands with blades between their fingers. This Five is definitely special. It’s been five weeks and the guys are ready to look back at their Super Five. To help gets a greater grasp on these superhero eras of cinema, they are joined by their comic-book aficionados friends Alex Dunning and David Jessee. At the end, they will announce their next Five.

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Episode #52 — Batman

Batman podcast review

It’s a movie that is filled with Prince songs and one of the main catchphrases is about dancing. Yes, it’s a beloved superhero movie! The 1989 film Batman was a major Tim Burton film as well as a major change to the perception of Batman. Instead of silly Adam West puns, there is a real strangeness and upsetting nature to Michael Keaton’s decision to dress up like a bat.

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Episode #15 — The Dark Knight / Coles Corner / Ganache Chocolate / Ain’t No Other Man / The Seeing Stone / Ray Donovan

Dark Knight podcast review
The Immortals return right when it’s darkest before the dawn. They review tales of Gotham and the even grosser world of Ray Donovan’s Los Angeles. They journey far to the past to tell the tales of King Arthur and some other kid named Arthur and listen to the sorta folk sorta rock musings of Richard Hawley. Also Pedro tells the most ridiculous tale of him trying to cure his hangover and ends up poisoning himself even further. Also also, the mythology of the show is once again changed forever! In that we actually address the mythology! Get excited!

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Episode #13 — Black Swan / Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not / Membrillo / Across the Nightingale Floor / My People / Gotham

Black Swan podcast review

The Immortals return with many passionate emotions. Who listened to the Arctic Monkeys for five hours, just on the day of recording? Who had the dumbest comparison to this fancy food? What causes Pedro to make the argument “It’s not made to be good!” What story did the Immortals connect with more: Japanese assassins or New York ballerinas? Also they discuss without any facts, the economy of the music video of “My People”. Get excited.

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