I can already see this clickbait-headings thing was a terrible, terrible idea. Still, I said I’d give it a week…
This week’s Batposts are on two fairly awful stories. Over on Patreon, for those lovely lovely people who like giving me money, my look at False-Face’s only appearance, while on Mindless Ones, for the poor, the stingy, and the not-interested-enough-to pay-for-my-ramblings alike, there’s my look at the second Riddler story.
Over on Patreon, for those wonderful individuals who are clearly the greatest that humanity has to offer, my take on the Mad Hatter’s first TV appearance, and the 60s counterculture.
Meanwhile, for those filthy wretches who don’t even think I deserve paying for typing up some nonsense about old TV shows, an older essay on Mr Freeze’s first appearance is up on Mindless Ones.
And for those of you who think it’s not funny to keep repeating the same joke about how horrible people who don’t give me free money are, and who want to whinge about me repeating that joke, a reminder that this *is* the Batman TV series we’re talking about, and repeating the same jokes over and over and over is part of the point. Next thing someone will be complaining that they don’t understand the rules of Mornington Crescent…
On my Patreon, the wonderful, generous, people who like giving me money can find out what I think about Fine Feathered Finks/The Penguin’s a Jinx!, episodes three and four of the Batman 1966 TV series, while cheapskates can go to the Mindless Ones site, where I talk about the 1943 Batman serial.
But seriously, me talking about the 1943 serial is *SO* November 24th 2014. All the cool kids want to find out my thoughts on the Penguin…
I’ve also now posted the first of the essays, an introduction to the whole thing, over on Mindless Ones. Remember, you can read them there for free, but if you want to read them *first*, sign up as a patron.
(Also, I plan to have the next Cerebus post on Mindless Ones in the next couple of days, for those of you who want to read the rest of those. I’ve not forgotten them.)
Over at my Patreon, the first of the essays proper on the Batman films and TV shows, this one discussing the 1943 serial. This can only be read by those of you who are kind enough to be giving me money, but will be posted for free on Mindless Ones in four weeks’ time.