24 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - MAD Presents Teen Titanic

I thought there were a couple of really hilarious lines in this one; Raven on the ship's bow and Aqualad's trick were both classic. I also got a kick out of Robin sketching Beast Boy. Perhaps the MAD to non MAD ratio of shorts is beginning to get out of whack, but so far I haven't minded the reuse of the shorts since they have been reasonably funny. 

23 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - De-Coder (Shrink)

Shivering - ivering + rink. That Robin sure is a genius... then again he wouldn't be shivering if he wore more than panties when he went skiing.

22 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - The Tiny World of Terror

The Super Friends voluntarily submitted to shrinking in order to more efficiently find the involuntarily shrunk scientists.  Not sure that was such a good idea, but I guess it all worked out in the end. Why they didn't just call in the Atom? or stay big and use their eyes? or at least keep one friend big to guard the machine? I am pretty sure Aquaman could have handled that frog a lot easier if he wasn't the size of a bug. That goes the same for the near lethal encounters with wasps and spiders.

21 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - Prejudice

In this very special edition of the Super Friends, it was form of a geyser to the rescue. I actually do respect the show for making a decent message about racism without going way over the top. Kudos.

Episode Count: 0278
Series Count: (46 of 60)

20 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - Safety (Poison Plants)

After Wonder Woman warned the boys not to eat the weeds from their yard they invited her to stay for dinner. She just laughed it off. I would have said, "I think I will pass on the yard salad."

19 November 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - The Man-Beasts of Xra

 Including man-beasts is always a plus even if Xra is a person not a planet. 

Spotlight on Huntress - Update

Next week, Huntress will smash her way onto Arrow and some fresh images have hit the web.

Before she was a heroine, Huntress was the name of a DC supervillain, but the first heroic Huntress made her debut in 1977 in All Star Comics #69. Helena Wayne, daughter of Bruce Wayne and Catwoman would bear the name until Helena Rosa Bertinelli was introduced in 1989. The modern version would not be Batman's daughter but would fill in as Batgirl and as a member of the Birds of Prey.