A character who may be the world’s first superhero deserves a comeback.
Alan Moore’s homage to the pulp hero from times gone by just won’t stay down.
Jimmy and Tom are still going, this time to discuss The New Batman Adventures episodes “Double Talk,” “You Scratch My Back,” and “No Fear”.
The old pulp heroes haven’t done too well at the Box Office in recent years. Many times the movie stinks anyway. Are there any directors who could pull off making a movie featuring one of these old characters good?
Tarzan swings back into action. Is it worth your time?
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