One of my favorite shows form the CartoonNetwork swath of DC inspired fare, was the Teen Titans. It had a great mix of anime, humor and DC Comics to amuse. Sadly, the show is gone, but those characters and the sense of whimsy the show displayed, lives on as part of the DC Nation Shorts on CartoonNetwork.
Here’s ‘Turning Back the Clock’, where we get to see the various incarnations of the Titans and their uniforms.
Okay, there have been plenty of these DC Nation shorts during the Saturday morning block on CartoonNetwork, but this one really tickled me! When he starts listing the ingredients in the sandwich (each one matching a letter in ‘SHAZAMwich’, I lol’d).
“..the chalky-ness of zinc…” Continue reading
In episode 131 of the Hugo Nominated SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks our irregulars to weigh in on: Female superheroes who deserve their own movies.
Another short from the DC Nation block of Saturday morning programming – this time, Animal Man shows us how he fights crimes. Against animals.
If there is any superhero in the DC Nation who gets less love than Aquaman, it has to be Plastic Man.
Part of the DC Nation block on CartoonNetwork every Saturday (Currently showing Green Lantern & Young Justice: Invasion – both of which are well worth your time), we also get little Short Films – like this one, featuring Plastic Man.
Loosely based on Mark Waid’s JLA comic book story arc, “JLA: Tower of Babel”, Justice League: Doom is the latest in the line of animated DC Movies from Warner Brothers. Adapted and written by Dwayne McDuffie, Justice League: Doom features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash (Barry Allen), The Green Lantern (Hal Jordon) and Martian Manhunter battling Metallo, Bane, Cheetah, Mirror Master, Star Sapphire, Ma’alefa’ak and Vandal Savage for the fate of the world.
Let’s face it; Batman/Bruce Wayne is a dick. He doesn’t trust anyone, he lurks in the dark, plays with bats, puts together comprehensive scenarios to take down his fellow Justice League members…that sort of thing…
In episode 103 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks the SF Signal Irregulars to chime in with their Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies and TV Shows from 2011.
This week’s panel includes:
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