Welcome to a special bonus episode of I Am Gotham! For this episode, Martin is joined by Jay Loving from the Best of the Rest podcast, and Aaron Bell and Ronnie Barron from the Absolute DC Podcast (formerly Rebirthically) to discuss the latest DC animated film, Batman/Harley Quinn. Did the film live up to the hype? Was the return of Bruce Timm to the animated universe all we had hoped for? Listen in and find out!Released Sep 22, 2017
"I Am Gotham" is a weekly exploration of the Bat family of books from a long time Batman geek as he attempts to read every Batman appearance since 1939.
Welcome back to another episode of I Am Gotham, the show that explores Batman history and dives into what makes Batman so great. In this episode, Martin talks about Batman #4 from Winter of 1940 with four new stories, THe Case of the Joker's Crime Circus, Blackbeard and the Yacht Society, Public Enemy Number 1 Starts Jail Sentence, and Touchdown For Justice. This issue is fascinating for Bat-history afficionados as it's the first appearance of Gotham City, and sets up many of the tropes we come to known and love in Batman lore. Martin also answers a listener email and talks a little bit about the structure of the show. Thanks for listening!
A new week means a brand new episode of I Am Gotham, an exploration of Bat-family history! In this episode, Martin wraps up Batman stories from 1940 by discussing Detective Comics #43-46: "The Case of the City of Terror", "The Land Behind The Light", "The Case of the Laughing Death", and and the return of Hugo Strange with "Professor Strange's Fear Dust". If you're reading allow, get in touch with us and let us know what you think about these stories!
Welcome back to an all new episode of I Am Gotham, an exploration of Bat family history. In this episode, Martin talks about Batman #2 from the summer of 1940. This issue contains four stories: "The Joker Meets Catwoman", "Wolf, The Crime Master", "The Clubfoot Murders", and "The Case of the Missing Link." Thanks for tuning in, and be sure to let us know what you think of the format change for upcoming issues!