Oct 052016
 

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This week’s special guest is writer and producer Adam Glass, writer of television’s Supernatural, Criminal Minds and DC Comics’ Suicide Squad (Vol 4) of The New 52! Londyn and co-host / engineer Mason Booker sit down with Adam Glass inside Meltdown Comics’ Podcast Studio and discuss his life long love of comic books, how he became involved with bringing Task Force X back to life in the DC Comics Reboot The New 52 in 2011 and his own spin on the fan favorite character Harley Quinn. Listen in as we talk with Adam about him writing Suicide Squad, it’s undeniable influence on David Ayer’s 2016 live action film and the refreshing changes of Harley Quinn’s origin story and relationship with The Joker. Listen to it all right here on this incredible History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics.

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Sep 282016
 

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Londyn and co-host Mason Booker review the Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Burbank, California and give a lucky Bat-fan a chance to win a pair of tickets to experience this tour!

Thanks to Warner Bros., we were able to go behind-the-camera for a revealing look at how the magic of Hollywood is made. Londyn, Mason and Shadow Adam explored working sets and soundstages, races through Gotham on a Batpod and experienced the newest DC Universe: The Exhibit, featuring the Greatest Super Heroes and Super-Villains! The exhibit also pays homage to the origins of DC Comics, including all seven Super Heroes of the Justice League. Listen in to hear our discussion about the newest DC Comics exhibit, the Batman 75th anniversary Batcave filled with Batmobiles and learn how to enter to win a free pair of tickets to experience the tour for yourself!Listen to it all right here on this enticing episode of History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

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Sep 142016
 

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This week Londyn and co-host / engineer Mason Booker are joined by the WONDERful Susan Eisenberg, who has voiced the DC Comics icon Wonder Woman in the DCAU television and film projects such as ‘Justice League’, ‘Justice League Unlimited’, ‘Superman / Batman: Apocalypse’ and ‘Justice League: Doom’! We sit down with Susan to discuss her incredible body of work voicing the Amazonian Princess for the last 15 years, her experience as a prominent voice actress and address the popular WonderBat relationship in the Justice League animated universe. Join us and help celebrate Susan Eisenberg’s role of bringing to life Wonder Woman, who is celebrating her 75th anniversary with DC Comics on this wondrous episode of History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

 

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Sep 072016
 

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With the rumored casting of Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson in the Spider-Man’s Marvel Cinematic Universe and the split responses across the web, this week Londyn, co-host Mason Booker and guest Shadow Adam discuss the role of diversity in comic books and comic book media. From real life castings such as Will Smith’s Deadshot in the latest DCEU film ‘Suicide Squad’ to hypothetical diversity and cultural changes such as Batman not being portrayed by a Caucasian male, we tackle the question of whether or not our favorite characters’ personas in this mythology would change if their ethnicity changed as well. Join us this week for a thought provoking talk as we ask ourselves when it comes to diversity in this media, is life imitating art or is the art just reflecting our true society? All on this super deep episode of History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

 

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Aug 312016
 

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While Batman’s mythos beautifully comes to life through the colors in his DC Comics tales, some of the best stories of The Dark Knight have been told in the seemingly simple yet complex black and white palette. In this week’s episode, Londyn and co-host / engineer Mason Booker highlight 5 memorable stories across Volumes 1 through 4 of the highly acclaimed anthology series, Batman: Black and White with some of the most amazing creative teams. We will discuss how these particular tales represent the diversity of Batman’s rogues gallery and the man behind the cape and the cowl all in stark yet brilliantly crafted illustration. Listen up to this amazing episode of the History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics!

 

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