• 49:58 - Bane was a member of the Secret Six, starting in DC's "New 52!" line-wide reboot way back in 2008.

EPISODE 24 - "Did Someone Say 'Team'-Up?"
Scooby-Doo! Team-Up
Issue #30

10/9/2017 - I do want to issue an apology for those of you who may not have been expecting an illustration of my co-host's nearly naked body in the title card. Please rest assured that the initial plan featured the two of us as paper dolls, an idea that was nixed due to time constraints.

As far as this episode, we covered a comic book that's clearly aimed for children, while still asking throughout: "Who is this comic for?" I'm hoping that we arrived at a satisfying conclusion, all things considering. Oh, also we briefly discussed time travel in relation to Adolf Hitler, so that's worth tuning in for, possibly.

  • 9:45 - If you don't remember George Clooney's Batman then you must be . . . oh, wow, in your late teens, at least. I guess it is 2017, huh. This is for you: 
  • 10:27 - SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron was actually a Hanna-Barbera show, so a crossover would 100% be possible. The intro is also so cool-

  • 16:12 - That miniseries was called Daredevil/Punisher: Seventh Circle. Cool bit of trivia: it was penned by Charles Soule, who is the writer for the former and, usefully, a licensed attorney.
  • 40:57 - Easily the most embarrassing thing about the Bloody Roar franchise is that its original North American release had it going by the name Beastorizer.
  • 45:00 - Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance is probably most well-known for the immortal words "When I was / a young boy / my father / took me into the city / etc. etc." What many don't know is that he also wrote a really excellent comic series called Umbrella Academy.
  • 1:04:18 - "know thyself", or "γνῶθι σεαυτόν" in the original Greek, has been attributed to great thinkers from Heraclitus to Socrates to, now, Luke Doty of Scooby Dudes.