On this episode of Gotham TV Podcast we follow up our Hush Volume One review with a chat all about Batman Hush Volume Two (Volume 2 Collected; Issues #6-13). Written by Jeph Loeb with art by Jim Lee and Scott Williams this story arc was originally released as Batman 613-619. Again this volume follows the story of Tommy Elliot (Played by Cole Vallis on Gotham Episode 8) and his relationship with Bruce Wayne. In a story arc filled with twists and turns we find out the identity of the villain Hush and why all of Batman’s rogues gallery have been acting differently.
We always appreciate our listeners who share our episodes and we have a few thank you’s to Cole Vallis, and Gotham Originals who shared our review of Hush Volume one with their followers on Facebook. You can find the Gotham Originals on twitter @Gothamoriginals they provide great news stories and discussion about Gotham at it’s US pace if you are looking for a group to join and can’t get enough Gotham.
Two of our listeners, Detective Dillon Exner and Detective Daniel Butcher of Comic Book Time Machine and Marvel Cinematic Universe podcast Welcome to Level Seven contacted us about a missed Joker reference in Gotham. You can see the image that Detective Daniel captured of “Smile” written on the side of a building in Gotham.
We’ve moved our news section this week to the end of the episode let us know if you like the change. If you listen to us on iTunes be sure to leave us a review so that other listeners can find us.
- the Dollmaker mentioned in Episode 2 of #Gotham will appear on the show. Colm Feore, who played King Laufey in Thor and also appeared in Amazing Spider-man 2 is making the leap over to DC to take the role. Dollmaker, real name Dr. Francis Dulmacher, has been teased since the second episode of Gotham, in which his creepy henchmen Doug (Frank Whaley) and Patti (Lili Taylor) name him as the culprit behind the mass kidnappings of the city’s street children. We wonder if John’s theory on the Dollmaker will come true.
- Comicbook.com had the news up on their site
DC Connected News
- Supergirl has been cast for the upcoming CBS show as Supergirl herself, the young Kara Zor-El. We don’t know much about the show yet but the big question given that CBS are part owners in the CW channel which airs Arrow and The Flash, will Supergirl exist in the same universe as those two shows. Only time will tell. The full story is available over on IGN.com
Thanks as always for listening we’ll talk to you again soon with another episode of Gotham TV Podcast.
Derek & John
Gotham TV Podcast
Let us know what you think by contacting us at email@example.com.
@gothamtvpodcast on Twitter
Facebook.com/gothamtvpodcast or just search “Gotham TV Podcast” on Facebook.
You can leave us a voicemail on Skype just search for Gotham TV Podcast.
You can also connect with us on Google + at gothamtvpodcast.
The music at the end of the episode is Kula Shaker‘s 1992 cover version of the Deep Purple song Hush. Here’s the video all copyright is theirs obviously.
Date recorded: 31/01/2015
Date published: 03/02/2015
MP3, 49:02 mins, 128kbps, 47.8 MB