There was a time when I would’ve said Batman: The Animated Series without skipping a beat, but The New Batman Adventures and (ironically enough) Batman Beyond took Bruce and first made him this dour, personality-less guy that takes in these apprentices, sleeps with one of them and then basically ghosts her…
Ugh. I hate Damian Wayne.
I’ll vote for whoever the Democratic nominee is in November 2020.
At some point, they started basing entire episodes around popular movies that were coming out around the same time.
See my other reply.
They could’ve made a subtle in-joke (“You look different. Do holograms change up their makeup?”) or come up with some canon explanation for her appearance change (“Gack! The source code to the Kryptonian matrix has been corrupted! Kelex will have to reconstruct her image, but it will at best be an approximation”) but…
Well, I should’ve specified that I’m way more excited for this *than I was for Endgame before it came out.
Yeah, but they’re still focusing on live-action actors.
dammit - cmon kinja.
There are so many actors that have pulled double-duty on DC shows, and potentially more that could still pop up, that I don’t think they’ll be lacking for comedic opportunities. Erica’s pretty far down on my in-joke wishlist specifically because she replaced someone else.
Sure can. I held on to the dream that Liam Neeson would reprise his role as Ra’s Al Ghul on Arrow for a while there.
I remember watching that scene when it first aired, and it came off as Ryan making fun of Pam (and thus the show is implicitly taking his side) because he was the only one who’d done crack.