February 27, 2017
Today's episode, Paul rattles off his picks for what he considers to be the Top 5 DC Animated Films to date. You might think he's right, and you might think he's off his rocker. But however you feel, this is the list he's granted you with. (Feel free to tell him he's wrong if you think he's gone cuckoo.) Also this episode, we remember a handful of the works of the late Bill Paxton. At 61 years old, he left this world way too early and Paul takes a few minutes to remember this iconic actor for whom we lost. Also, Paul poses an opportunity to anyone who'd be interested, so make sure to listen to the end in case it would be something that would interest you.
Outro Track: "24 Hours" by The Casket Girls, from their 2016 release "The Night Machines". (https://graveface.bandcamp.com/album/the-night-machines)
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Rest in Peace Judge Joseph Wapner, Neil Fingleton and Bill Paxton.
February 10, 2017
So this week, just out of the blue, Paul decides he wants to talk about Arrow. Nothing but Arrow. Unscripted, unplanned....just rambling about the first of the CW shows; the one that started it all. So for about 45 minutes that's what Paul did. And this all came from the top of his head. And the fact that he's batshit nuts about that show! So hopefully you'll enjoy this week's small episode that's all about everyone's favourite Emerald Archer, and a certain new "pretty bird" too. Oh, and....where's Thea?
Outro Track: "1977" by Ana Tijoux
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February 1, 2017
Justice League Dark. Arrow. And Black Siren. And more. Lots to talk about. Gotham and Lucifer Winter Finales. I hate finales. But these finales? What did I think of these ones? If you really want to know, then press play on your device and allow me (Paul) to open my mouth and pollute your silence with some noise about this and that and all things I feel like talking about this episode. Along with some recommendations and some good music, I hope you will enjoy this week's "magical" episode of The Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast.
Outro track: "Flood" by TOOL, live from Seattle, Washington circa 1993
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