The Batcave Podcast, Episodes 36 and 37!

Okay, it’s obvious I’ve been dropped from the mailing list.

As I was head-down in the midst of finishing up the last novel and getting ramped up for the next one, The Batcave Podcast snuck past me yet again and dropped two–yes, two–new episodes on the show’s fans. Host John S. Drew has been continuing his ongoing review of the classic 1960s Batman television series starring Adam West and Burt Ward. For the second season’s seventeenth story (and 33rd and 34th episodes overall), he’s joined by 13th Dimension website guru Dan Greenfield as they discuss the return of the Mad Hatter in “The Contaminated Cowl” and “The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul.”

From John’s write-up:

“The Mad Hatter is back in Gotham City with a new scheme to get Batman’s cowl. But will he want it once it’s irradiated and turned pink? And will he be able to use his planned deathtrap, a water tower, before the end of the first episode, or will it be another afterthought as in his last outing? These questions will be answered on an all new Batcave Podcast!”

See what John and Dan think of these episodes: “The Contaminated Cowl/The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul


For the next episode, John is joined by a veritable Rogues Gallery of cohosts! Gotham City 14 Miles editor Jim Beard, editor/writer/Batfan Glenn Greenberg, and indie filmmaker Robert Long are all on hand for a special double-length episode as they help John dissect “The Zodiac Crimes,” “The Joker’s Hard Times,” and “The Penguin Declines,” the season’s first three-part storyline!

From John’s write-up:

“The Joker sneaks The Penguin into Gotham City to help him with his latest scheme, a series of crimes dictated by the astrological signs of the Zodiac. It starts with the Aries, the Ram and ends with Capricorn, the Goat. What or who is the final target in this scheme? What role or roles does the lovely Venus have in this scheme? Does this episode hold up as an anniversary story, celebrating one year of Batmania?”

See what John and the gang thought of these episodes: “The Zodiac Crimes/The Joker’s Hard Times/The Penguin Declines


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