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Dear James and Mike,

I've been listening to your podcast since episode 18, but I've never written you guys a letter,SO PLEASE READ MINE ON THE AIR AND ANSWER MY QUESTIONS!!!

I'm using my mom's email address since my mom says I'm not old enough(I'm 13 years old!)

I have some questions for you!!!!

* Will you guys review Superman:Brainiac Attacks? I'd love to see how you bash that movie!

* Will you guys review starcrossed as a movie or as an episode?

*Will you guys review Batman:Gotham Knight on Earth-2.net the show? as an added bonus, will you guys review The Dark Knight movie?

* Have you guys ever tried to interview Kevin Conroy?

*Am I asking too many questions?

*What episode did you guys review Mask of the Phantasm?

Well,that's it for my questions.

Also, did you guys hear about the new non-The Batman related series BATMAN:THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD? here's the description.

Batman isn't going at it alone this time! From Warner Bros. Animation comes the latest interpretation of the Batman franchise. Our caped crusader is teamed up with heroes from across the DC Universe, delivering nonstop action and adventures with a touch of comic relief. Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Aquaman and countless others will get a chance to uphold justice alongside Batman. Though still based in Gotham, Batman will frequently find himself outside city limits, facing situations that are both unfamiliar and exhilarating. With formidable foes around every corner, Batman will still rely on his stealth, resourcefulness and limitless supply of cool gadgets to bring justice home.

James Tucker and Linda M. Steiner will produce, with Sam Register acting as executive producer. Michael Jelenic will handle story editor duties. Other creators include line producer Amy McKenna, story editor Michael Jelenic and directors Ben Jones, Brandon Vietti and Michael Chang.

It looks like another super friends!

and the person who's voicing Batman isn't kevin conroy or adam west, It's.... DIEDRICH BADER! who played rex in napoleon dynamite.

You guys keep up the good work and I'll write again

Sincerely,

JustinOliverAzbats

P.S., my name is taken from my real name, and shining knight's alter ego,Green arrow's alter ego and Azrael!

PLEASE READ MY LETTER ON THE AIR!!!!

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Man you guys really get some young readership. You would think that since the show falls into me and James age childhood (20-25ish nowdays) that it would be more our crowd. Why so many young listeners I wonder?

It's brilliant marketing, really. Capture that young audience now and in ten years come back for a reunion tour when all of their fans are making great bank.

By the way, I love how you refer to it as "Me and James" childhood. You're saying that Mike is old, aren't you? :)

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Blane: My only guess is that the DCAU is experiencing a renaissance amongst the younger crowd due to Jetix currently showing BTAS and STAS.

Brainiac Attacks: Nope. It's not part of the DCAU.

Starcrossed: It will get the "Demon's Quest" treatment. Meaning, it will receive its own episode of WFP.

Gotham Knight / Dark Knight: Maybe and yes.

Kevin Conroy: Just like the creators of the various DCAU shows, the actors are very busy.

Mask of the Phantasm: Check WorldsFinestPodcast.com.

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Ha no I wasn't saying that Des. But 5 years in relations to kid age is a lot difference. A 10 year old will be watching a much different show than a 15 year old. I just find it interesting that kids this age seem so into a series of shows that for all intensive purposes is "old" compared to them.

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Blane: My only guess is that the DCAU is experiencing a renaissance amongst the younger crowd due to Jetix currently showing BTAS and STAS.

Brainiac Attacks: Nope. It's not part of the DCAU.

Starcrossed: It will get the "Demon's Quest" treatment. Meaning, it will receive its own episode of WFP.

Gotham Knight / Dark Knight: Maybe and yes.

Kevin Conroy: Just like the creators of the various DCAU shows, the actors are very busy.

Mask of the Phantasm: Check WorldsFinestPodcast.com.

What do you mean it's not part of the DCAU? It's got the same animation style and the same principal voice actors!

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What do you mean it's not part of the DCAU? It's got the same animation style and the same principal voice actors!

So what? BTAS has a different animation style than Superman: TAS. Does that make them not part of the same universe?

Just because Brainiac Attacks looks and sounds like an episode of STAS, doesn't make it so. In fact, from Wiki:

As the movie was intended primarily as part of the promotional package for Superman Returns, and not for the DCAU as a whole, it contains signifigant differences in continuity from the Justice League Unlimited series. This movie contains some elements in common with Superman: The Animated Series, but does not form a part of the DCAU. Duane Capizzi said he simply borrowed the designs of the DCAU but never intended it to be in any continuity.
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What do you mean it's not part of the DCAU? It's got the same animation style and the same principal voice actors!

So what? BTAS has a different animation style than Superman: TAS. Does that make them not part of the same universe?

Just because Brainiac Attacks looks and sounds like an episode of STAS, doesn't make it so. In fact, from Wiki:

As the movie was intended primarily as part of the promotional package for Superman Returns, and not for the DCAU as a whole, it contains signifigant differences in continuity from the Justice League Unlimited series. This movie contains some elements in common with Superman: The Animated Series, but does not form a part of the DCAU. Duane Capizzi said he simply borrowed the designs of the DCAU but never intended it to be in any continuity.

Ah, but I went to the DCAU wiki and found this:

Writer Duane Capizzi has stated in an interview at World's Finest that Brainiac Attacks wasn't meant to be in continuity with the DCAU, and elements of the story do not mesh well with the established DC Animated Universe.

However, this doesn't mean that Brainiac Attacks couldn't still be within the DCAU canon, if it were placed in a different dimension. There are at least three other dimensions/universes within the DCAU: the Justice Guild's, the Justice Lords', and the one seen in the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Brave New Metropolis". Brainiac Attacks could possibly fit into one of these dimensions/universes, or more likely exist in its own separate but linked dimension/universe to the main dimension of continuity. This is somewhat speculative, but considering the same designs as Superman: The Animated Series and many of the same voice actors were used, it seems likely that Brainiac Attacks somehow fits within DCAU canon.

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As the movie was intended primarily as part of the promotional package for Superman Returns, and not for the DCAU as a whole, it contains signifigant differences in continuity from the Justice League Unlimited series. This movie contains some elements in common with Superman: The Animated Series, but does not form a part of the DCAU. Duane Capizzi said he simply borrowed the designs of the DCAU but never intended it to be in any continuity

Ah, but I went to the DCAU wiki and found this:

Writer Duane Capizzi has stated in an interview at World's Finest that Brainiac Attacks wasn't meant to be in continuity with the DCAU, and elements of the story do not mesh well with the established DC Animated Universe.

However, this doesn't mean that Brainiac Attacks couldn't still be within the DCAU canon, if it were placed in a different dimension. There are at least three other dimensions/universes within the DCAU: the Justice Guild's, the Justice Lords', and the one seen in the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Brave New Metropolis". Brainiac Attacks could possibly fit into one of these dimensions/universes, or more likely exist in its own separate but linked dimension/universe to the main dimension of continuity. This is somewhat speculative, but considering the same designs as Superman: The Animated Series and many of the same voice actors were used, it seems likely that Brainiac Attacks somehow fits within DCAU canon.

That's kind of a specious argument. By that reasoning, Spider-Man could be in the DCAU. Hell, I could be in the DCAU. And no one would want to watch my cartoon. Entire podcastas would go by featuring five episodes in a row of "Dan sits at his desk and tries to look busy."

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Hell, I could be in the DCAU. And no one would want to watch my cartoon. Entire podcastas would go by featuring five episodes in a row of "Dan sits at his desk and tries to look busy."

Well, maybe if you found some radioactive ooze or added some werewolf porn...

I ate my sandwich a little earlier than usual today. Does that do anything for you?

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Hell, I could be in the DCAU. And no one would want to watch my cartoon. Entire podcastas would go by featuring five episodes in a row of "Dan sits at his desk and tries to look busy."

Well, maybe if you found some radioactive ooze or added some werewolf porn...

I ate my sandwich a little earlier than usual today. Does that do anything for you?

DRAMA! Call TNT.

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Hell, I could be in the DCAU. And no one would want to watch my cartoon. Entire podcastas would go by featuring five episodes in a row of "Dan sits at his desk and tries to look busy."

Well, maybe if you found some radioactive ooze or added some werewolf porn...

I ate my sandwich a little earlier than usual today. Does that do anything for you?

DRAMA! Call TNT.

Next week, on Law & Order: Cubicle Farm, Dan falls asleep in a meeting!

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