29 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - Vibe: Enter Extreme-O Part One

Vibe had a spectacularly 90's feel epitomized by the title card. Was it fun watching Vibe dance? Sure, am I hoping for a ton of these shorts or a "spin"-off series. I don't think so. The indication of To Be Continued hints that maybe this is a two and done proposition.

28 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - De-Coder (Evil Spirit)

First off, sweet bikes. Second, I am kinda surprised that talk of evil spirits was allowed on the airwaves back then. Maybe that's why it had to be coded.

27 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - The Ghost

You know those three ghosts that hitch a ride with you in the Disneyland Haunted Mansion ride? Well, I think they were in this episode as members of the Ghoul Jury led by Judge, Jury, and Gentleman, Jim.

26 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - The New Adventures of the Wonder Twins: Be Kind, Rewind

This final in the series of parodies was pretty classic, not only for taking a jab at the Weekend at Bernie's series, but for having the get together we always wanted: the Wonder Twins meeting Wendy and Marvin at the video store. I suppose the Twins incestuous tendencies are a little  understandable considering they were named after literary lovers TarZAN and Jane(a).

25 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - Stowaways

 Remember kids, never stowaway. You may think it will "be a gas," but the Wonder Twins may not be there to save you from the natural consequences of your actions. I suppose another lesson may be not to take a small boat out in rough water without stowaways because they actually saved the sea captains life. And even though the adventure was at sea, the twins went for the perfect run of eagle - water bucket for their final solo outing... that is until Jayna busted out her flying fish routine. Of course, a flying fish is more practical than say.. a bird for flying.

Episode Count: 0290
Series Count: (58 of 60)

24 December 2012

Crisis of Infinite Episodes - Safety (Seat Belts)

Emcee Superman was a hit at the party, but it was his after party reminder to buckle up that will land him the next gig.