An animated supporting character becomes a superhero in print.
A cartoon refugee gets around the Marvel universe.
Batman once had a bodyguard.
A faceless hero looks deeply into things until DC decided he needed to be mystical or something.
Tom and Jimmy still have plenty to say about cartoons, and they’re back with some Superman chat for the Superman the Animated Series episodes “Where There’s Smoke,” “Knight Time,” and “New Kids in Town”.
Jimmy, Tom, and Batman are back for a discussion of the New Batman Adventures episodes “Holiday Knights,” “Sins of the Father,” and “Cold Comfort”. No, Batman doesn’t actually talk here.
Jimmy and Tom are (temporarily) closing out their STAS talk with a pair of two parters: “Apokalips…Now!” and “Little Girl Lost”.
Tom and Jimmy discuss “Make ‘Em Laugh,” “Deep Freeze,” and “Batgirl Returns” to finish out the original run of Batman the Animated Series.
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