So you want to break into Arkham Asylum? Why would we want to do that? It would be suicide. So it’s only proper that the Suicide Squad would go in, along with Batman, and now the ComicPop Crew. So join us as we discuss DC’s animated film Batman: Assualt on Arkham.
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Batman: Assault on Arkham, Jay Oliva – director, Ethan Spaulding – director, Warner Brothers, 2014. ASIN: B00J8LXD60, $9.99.
Music clips used in this episode:
“Rockin’ Robin”, Bobby Day, Class, 1958.
“Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.
Pearl Lion is the persona of the lead guitarist from the Saturday Night Live Band and he is sharing with our listeners his newest music video, for his single “NYC”. You know I love me some instrumental music and Pearl Lion gives it to us in spades with this rock instrumental piece. “NYC” starts out with a hard driving beat and doesn’t let up. If you need something to get you going for the day this single will do it for you. There are voices in the single, but they are used as instruments as well, with no lyrics to be sung. The music video takes on the hard driving force and gives the viewer a look at some of the dynamics of New York City. Falling Awake Films directs the film and Ashley Smith is used as the primary character of the film. This video has some steam coming off of it as well with a little “afternoon delight”. And with our sight being interested in comic books I have to mention that the way they dress Ashley for the video is really reminiscent of Harley Quinn’s look from the Suicide Squad film. Here’s Pearl Lion’s music video for “NYC”, from his EP Dark, for you to enjoy through his YouTube Vevo Channel – Richard:
The ComicPop Crew team up with Susanne Lambdin, author of the Dead Hearts series, for a BS session. We get into Susanne’s novels as well as, Star Trek Beyond, Ghostbusters, Suicide Squad, and can you believe it Twilight.
Music clips used this episode:
1) “Unbelievable” featuring Hanson, Mobile Orchestra, Owl City, Republic, 2015.
2) “When Can I See You Again”, Wreck it Ralph Soundtrack, Owl City, Walt Disney Records, 2012.