Episode 16: The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen (The Top 5 Daredevil Episodes)

September 26, 2016
On April 10th of 2015, the world was given a gift; a gift in the form of a new television series, exclusively through the streaming service of Netflix.  While some still had a bitter taste in their mouths from the 2003 disappointment that starred Ben Affleck alongside a horrible acting performance by Colin Farrell, many were ready to embrace the new future.  Charlie Cox was the actor who would don the horn and the red suit; Charlie Cox would be crowned the new "devil of Hell's Kitchen".  He would become: Daredevil.

Two seasons later, Daredevil would be considered one of the best comic book interpretations on the small screen to date.  Today, on September 26th of 2016, Paul will take a journey to the hottest place in New York (via Netflix and the good people of Marvel Comics) and discuss his take on what he feels are the best episodes and moments of the entity known as "Marvel's Daredevil".  As well, he'll take a look at some of John Paesano's masterful score from Daredevil during "Tune Time".  And through the depths of "The Long Box", he recaps an issue of Brave and the Bold from 1965 that starred Starman and the Black Canary.  All this, followed by some news from Vicky Vale's reports and some interesting notes on the Bulletin Board, on today's episode of "The Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast".

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*Recorded and finalized using Audacity v. 2.0.2, Opening and closing themes digitally recorded using FL Studios 12, Mixed using Ocenaudio v. 2.9.0.

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Episode 15: Run Barry, Run! It’s the Top Five Flash Episodes Countdown!!

September 19, 2016
September 13th, 2013 Grant Gustin was cast for the lead role in, what would become one of the most successful CW shows, The Flash.  Not too long after, he would make his debut appearance on the show Arrow, in the second season episode "The Scientist".  Not even a year later, The Flash would debut on the CW.  Early on critics were not too positive about the show, thinking it wouldn't be as successful as its dark predecessor which was home to a certain emerald archer.  As time would prove, the exact opposite would transpire.  The Flash became a hit, and with each episode of its first season, the show got better and better.  By time the finale for the first season would arrive, the show had a fan base as strong as the speed force.  A second season would follow, and the show kept on with its strong storytelling and dazzling effects, along with a few good laughs.

In less than 3 weeks, the show will premier for its third season.  So, in prepping for another phenomenal season, this week Paul sits down and boasts off five of his top Flash episodes.  Bound to hit you with some laughs, and maybe a few tear-jerks, this weeks entry recaps many of the wondrous moments from what could be one of the best shows on network television to this day.

As well as another visit with Blake Neely's masterpiece scores in "Tune Time", and a story with a beagle for "What's in the Long Box?", as well as some up to date news and moments, and some shenanigans as well with some off-the-wall soundbites...get ready to (hopefully) enjoy another hour and change of "The Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast".  Now, RUN BARRY, RUN!!

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*Recorded and finalized using Audacity v. 2.0.2, Opening and closing themes digitally recorded using FL Studios 12, Mixed using Ocenaudio v. 2.9.0.
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Episode 14: The Top Five ‘Arrow’ Episodes (and more)…

September 12, 2016
Hopefully this week's episode "won't fail the listeners", as the time is now to take a journey through memory lane and count down the Top 5 episodes from the hit CW show, "Arrow".  Loaded with episode synopses and clips from the five examined episodes, Paul takes a look at some of the moments that bound him to the show, never to let go.  The show "Arrow" may at times hit a few bumps in the road, but when it's at its strongest, it really doesn't fail the viewers.  So get ready to spend a bit of time reminiscing about the past of the CW smash hit, as well looking at the "Tune Time" soundtrack of the week, and travelling to the mid 1960's when Paul discusses his latest comic book adventure in "What's in the Long Box?".  All this and more in the 14th episode of the "Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast".

*Recorded and finalized using Audacity v. 2.0.2, Opening and closing themes digitally recorded using FL Studios 12, Mixed using Ocenaudio v. 2.9.0.
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Episode 13: Strange(r) Days Are Here Again…

September 6, 2016
Today's episode has Paul going down to the "Upside Down" as he sums up his feelings and impressions from the first season of "Stranger Things".  And in the new segment "Tune-Time", he talks about the double album release of the "Stranger Things" soundtrack.  Also on the agenda, the 1987 four-part minseries from DC Comics "Wild Dog" is briefly observed, along with a few headlines and a recommendation for a classic film from 1985.  All that, and a few surprises too, in this week's episode of "The Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast".

*Recorded and finalized using Audacity v. 2.0.2, Opening and closing themes digitally recorded using FL Studios 12, Mixed using Ocenaudio v. 2.9.0.
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