IT ALL COMES BACK TO SUPERMAN EPISODE 3: THE ADVENTURES OF THE LAST CHILDREN OF KRYPTON COMMENTARY

IACBTS Episode 3: The Adventures of the Last Children of Krypton Commentary

Grab your snacks and drinks, pop the Blu-Ray or DVD into the player and sit back, folks, because it’s commentary time!

Actually you don’t necessarily have to watch along with the subject of this commentary but it couldn’t hurt.  In any case, this time out I deliver commentaries for the first two episodes of Season 2 of the (now) CW series Supergirl.  Why?  Well, the third season is starting up soon, so it seemed like a good way to tie into that but more importantly the first two episodes of the second season featured none other than the Last Son of Krypton himself; Superman!  Through the course of these two episodes I talk about my feelings about the Supergirl series in general and what I thought of this version of the Man of Steel.  What did I like?  What didn’t I like?  How does it compare to other versions of the character?  Why won’t I argue about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice?  Listen to the commentary and find out.

Someone hand me that piece of my rocket. I need a shave.

After all of that I get into the feedback for the second episode, which includes e-mails, iTunes reviews, Facebook comments, and comments here at the site.  No extra features this time out but I’ll have something for next time.  Promise.

Next Time: Between now and the next official episode there should be a special episode that was recorded at the 2017 DragonCon.  Then, right around the end of the month, I’ll have my very first Halloween special!

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One Response to IT ALL COMES BACK TO SUPERMAN EPISODE 3: THE ADVENTURES OF THE LAST CHILDREN OF KRYPTON COMMENTARY

  1. Dan Doherty says:

    Listening to your commentary was truly joyous. (I especially loved hearing you yell: “SHIRT RIIIIIIIP!”)

    You were like a big kid, watching this Supergirl/ Superman Team-Up. Don’t ever feel like youv have to apologize for having fun, Michael.

    Also, having gone through essentially the same thing with “Ghostbusters: Answer The Call,” I sympathize with your frustrations regarding Batman v Superman.

    Both in how poorly our respective fanbases have acted, and how we can’t talk about either of these movies without getting dragged into an online shouting match.

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