Superhero Suite Super Special #002: Batman (1989) Commentary

by Superhero Suite

A commentary track for the superhero movie that brought us into the modern era of heroes. Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman on The Superhero Suite.

“The Batman of Yesterday!” Few thought that Michael Keaton could portray a believable Batman in Tim Burton’s 1989 classic.

Years later the actors that followed are still trying to live up to his standards. Then throw Jack Nicholson into the mix as the Joker and we begin to see how a legendary movie was born. Batman ushered in a new era of superheroes to the movies with a darker look at the Dark Knight. Jay and Josh provide a commentary track while learning the steps of the Batdance in this Superhero Suite Super Special.

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Slip on your mask, let that cape flow in the wind, and polish up your power ring! It’s time for The Superhero Suite! Jay and Josh take to the airwaves to revel in the superhero genre as they explore the many multiverses of movies, tv, and comics with discussion, speculation, and commentary. Powered with the love of comics, heaps of humor, and years of experience, Jay and Josh will be sure to save the day when maniacal villains threaten world domination. Be a part of The Superhero Suite, where everyone’s a hero!

Superhero suite is the flagship show in Jay and Josh’s “Superhero Suite” of podcasts, all featured on RetroZap! If you’ve liked this episode, be sure to check out the duo’s other shows, including Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast, Green Justice: An Arrow Podcast, Agents of SHIELD: Case Files, and Terrigen Dreams: An Inhumans Podcast. While each show has its own distinctive flair, you can expect the same spot-on analysis, humor and polished production that this podcasting team has been known for year after year, show after show.

Superhero Suite Super Special #002: Batman (1989) Commentary

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