Author Y. M. Nelson and guest Jen Graybeal review the movie The Batman starring Robert Pattinson for the “DCTV and Movie reviews” miniseries. In this miniseries, we review current TV shows and movies with DC Comics superheroes.
We go in-depth about the noir characteristics of the film, our fave Batmans through the years, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, and we even talk about DCU in comparison to the MCU before we give The Batman a star rating.
Note** If you don’t want to be spoiled, go straight to the star ratings chapter (if chapters are available on your podcast provider), listen, then come back after you’ve watched for the review!
In this episode, we talk about:
- What we first thought when we were watching it
- The Batman as a noir film
- Marvel’s MCU v. DC’s DCU
- Batman franchises over the years
- The evolution of Catwoman in the movies
- The producer/Director’s vision and the source material (the comics)
- Easter Eggs
- What we would rate the show
Neither Nerdy Romantics Podcast nor its guests are knowingly affiliated with HBO, Warner Brothers, the movie THE BATMAN or any of their affiliated companies or partners.
Character Primer for The Batman
- Bruce Wayne
- Selina Kyle
- Edward Nashton / Phillip Parker
- Lt. Jim Gordon
- Batman (aka Vengence)
- Lt. Jim Gordon
Mentioned During the Episode
- “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Something’s in the Way” (songs by Nirvana 1990-1991)
- Ironman (2008)
- The Dark Knight movie trilogy (directed by Christopher Nolan) (2005, 2008, 2012)
- The X-Men cartoon series (TV series 1992, on Disney+ as of publish date)
- Justice League cartoons
- Unlimited 2004-2006
- Action 2016-2018
- Wonder Woman (TV Series 1975-1979)
- Zach Snyder’s Justice League (Movie, DCU/WB 2021)
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Jen Graybeal is “a book coach and freelance editor working with romance authors that want to take their books and their business to the next level.” She also loves talking all things nerdy, so look for her on more nerdy episodes.
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