THE SUPERMAN AND LOIS TAPES EPISODE 10: ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE PART 2 OR POST ZOMBIE SUPERMAN

Episode 10: Zack Snyder’s Justice League Part 2 or Post Zombie Superman

After a week off The BAM Crew (Bethany, Alison, and Michael) are back with the second part of their discussion of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Most of the discussion revolves around the final big fight scene.  Mike geeks out about how awesome the Superman end of the fight was while Alison has a lot of nice things to say about Flash’s role in the conclusion.  Bethany has some serious thoughts on the end tag with Deathstroke as well.  The segments come back with the revelation of who had The Most Punchable Face and Mike delivers a Professor Bailey’s Superman 101 lesson about Superman’s role in the Justice League.

The Superman and Lois Tapes can be found on both Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The show can be reached by email at [email protected].  You can also leave comments here or over at the Facebook page for the show, which you can get to by clicking this link.

The main theme for the show is “Heroes” by the awesome Mike Schmidt.  You can find his work over at Speed Force Music.

Next Time: The BAM Crew continue their hiatus musings by looking at Justice League Dark in preparation for their discussion on Justice League Dark Apokolips War.

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  1. Another fun and informative episode. Thank you. It was good to hear that you each seemed to prefer this second part better than the first, and that, in some cases, some of what Michael liked were things from the theatrical version that he’d originally thought were Joss Whedon’s touches but were really Zack Snyder’s. I guess that proves Chuck Berry’s thesis that “it goes to show you never can tell.” I continue to wonder what movie would actually have been released to theaters if Whedon hadn’t worked on it, but I guess we’ll never know for certain, other than, it surely wouldn’t have been 4 hours long. I assume it would have been coherent, but it might well have been quite different from either version that was released to the public. I have a friend who had a novel published, which I’d read in initial manuscript, and then later in its final form. The original had been a terrific story and I’d worried when he told me what he was planning to cut from it, but the published version was also terrific, but a very different story. I’m amazed at how creative people can transform their work, and I think I’d rather not see the “work in progress”, if there is a different finalized form, but I realize not everyone shares that view (or my taste, for that matter).
    I look forward to your takes on Justice League Dark and Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, because I know it will be an animated discussion.

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