‘The Mill at Calder’s End’

Billed as ‘The Dark Crystal meets HP Lovecraft,’ the ‘The Mill at Calder’s End’ is a stunning puppet horror movie filmed in a world designed with the input of Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.

Via The blood-shed:

If there’s one flick that’s grabbed my attention, it’s the upcoming Gothic horror, ‘The Mill at Calder’s End‘, Kevin McTurk’s all puppet feature which takes it’s cue from classic’s like ‘The Dark Crystal’ and merges it with Lovecraftian storytelling.

The project originated on Kickstarter, where McTurk to sought raise 32,000 bucks to make the film and end up doubling that amount. Peeps love puppets!

Mcturk assembled an all-star team of puppeteers and creature designers to create a dark and murky world. The puppets look damn good, it’ll take you a min to realize your not looking at real people.

Featuring the voice talents of Jason Flemyng and Barbara Steele, among others, the film is set in Victorian England and tells the tale of Nicolas Grimshaw, who returns home to unearth the dark secret of the mill and Calder’s End.

One of the many awesome things about this flick is that Mike Mignola, creator of ‘Hellboy‘ is one one of the concept artists behind the films look. Groovy!

No release date has yet been set, but you can bet we’ll keep ya updated.

You can peep all sorts of goodies, like production art and a narrative video by one of the characters over at the film’s Official Site.



For the complete list of this week’s comics, click here.

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(note: all information including ad copy is from the publisher)
If you can’t make it to the shop, just click on any of the images below to be taken to an online retailer. I don’t get any referrals for these sales, I’m just doing my bit to spread the word on some neat products.

TITLE, ISSUE NUMBER, PRICE IN U.S. DOLLARS (“AR” means “ask your retailer for the price”)

Avengers The Lost Episodes Volume 2 Audio CD Box Set, $49.99
Doctor Who Breaking Bubbles And Other Stories Audio CD, $24.99
Doctor Who The Abandoned Audio CD, $18.99

Marvel Classic Characters Uncanny X-Men #94 #2 Wolverine, $49.95

Batman And Robin #34 (Patrick Gleason & Mick Gray Regular Cover), $2.99
Batman Eternal #20, $2.99
Batman Incorporated Volume 2 Gotham’s Most Wanted TP, $16.99
Batwoman #34, $2.99
Brightest Day Omnibus HC, $75.00
Infinity Man And The Forever People #3, $2.99
Katana Volume 1 Soultaker TP, $19.99
Multiversity #1 (Ivan Reis & Joe Prado Regular Cover), $4.99
New 52 Futures End #16, $2.99
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #1 (Ethan Van Sciver Regular Cover), $3.99

Airboy Archives Volume 2 TP, $29.99
Little Nemo Return To Slumberland #1 (Cover A Gabriel Rodriguez), $3.99
Monster And Madman TP, $17.99
Samurai Jack #11 (Cover SUB Genndy Tartakovsky), $3.99
Star Slammers Re-Mastered #6 (Cover A Walter Simonson), $3.99
Transformers Robots In Disguise #32 (Cover A Andrew Griffith, $3.99

Daredevil #7, $3.99
Iron Man #9 (Dynamic Exclusive Cover Bonus Package)(Dynamic Forces), AR
Journey Into Mystery By Kieron Gillen The Complete Collection Volume 2 TP, $34.99
New Avengers #23, $3.99
Nova #20, $3.99
Original Sins #5 (Of 5), $3.99
Savage Wolverine #22, $3.99
Secret Avengers #7, $3.99
Spider-Man 2099 #1 (Simone Bianchi 2nd Printing Variant Cover), $3.99
Storm #2 (Victor Ibanez Regular Cover), $3.99
Winter Soldier The Bitter March TP, $16.99
Wolverine Annual #1 (Dustin Nguyen Regular Cover), $4.99

Doctor Who Magazine #476, $9.99
Doctor Who The Cruel Sea GN, $19.99

Doctor Who The Eleventh Doctor #1 (Brian Williamson SDCC Variant Cover), AR
Doctor Who The Tenth Doctor #1 (Brian Williamson SDCC Variant Cover), AR

Alter Ego #128, $8.95
Back Issue #75, $8.95

DCU Batman Assault On Arkham BD + DVD, AR
Gatchaman Crowds Complete Collection BD, AR
Gatchaman Crowds Complete Collection DVD, AR
LEGO Star Wars The Empire Strikes Out DVD, AR
LEGO Star Wars The Padawan Menace BD + DVD, AR
LEGO Star Wars The Yoda Chronicles DVD, AR
Star Blazers 2199 Volume 2 BD, AR
Twin Peaks The Entire Mystery BD, AR

Amazing Spider-Man 2 Fabric Hood Mask, $18.99
Amazing Spider-Man 2 Web Shooter Child, $6.99
Avengers Assemble 2015 16-Month Wall Calendar, $14.99
Batman 75th Anniversary Polo LG, $49.95
Batman Arkham Origins 16-Month 2015 Wall Calendar, $14.99
Batwoman Symbol Youth T-Shirt LG, $15.95
Bombshell Hawkgirl T-Shirt LG, $18.95

Doctor Who series eight details revealed, a companion lost


Just after the breaking news that Jenna Louise Coleman will be departing during this year’s Christmas Special, the details of the eighth series have arrived and there are some returning writers such as Phil Ford (Waters of Mars), Mark Gatiss (Unquiet Dead, Idiot’s Lantern, Victory of the Daleks, Might Terrors, Cold War and the Crimson Horror), Stephen Thompson (Curse of the Black Spot, Journey to the Center of the TARDIS), Gareth Roberts (The Shakespeare Code, Planet of the Dead, Unicorn and the Wasp, The Lodger and Closing Time), along with newcomers Peter Harness and Frank Cottrell Boyce.

This set of stories will also see the introduction of a new companion Danny Pink played by Samuel Anderson. Not much is known about Danny other than the fact that he will be a fellow teacher at Coal Hill School (hearkening back to the first season when two teachers joined the Doctor on his travels?).

The return of the Daleks has been confirmed as well as the Master with possible other historic meanies lurking in the wings. More details to come…

Via Kasterberous.com:

DrWho_DeepbreathEpisode 1: Deep Breath

  • Written by Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Ben Wheatley

drwho_into-the-dalekEpisode 2: Into The Dalek

  • Written by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Ben Wheatley
  • Introducing Samuel Anderson as Danny Pink.

Danny Pink

Danny Pink

DrWho_RobotsofSherwoodEpisode 3: Robot Of Sherwood

  • Written by Mark Gatiss
  • Directed by Paul Murphy

Episode 4: Listen

  • Written by Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 5: Time Heist

  • Written by Stephen Thompson and Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 6: The Caretaker

  • Written by Gareth Roberts and Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Paul Murphy

Episode 7: Kill The Moon

  • Written by Peter Harness
  • Directed by Paul Wilmshurst

Episode 8: Mummy On The Orient Express

  • Written by Jamie Mathieson
  • Directed by Paul Wilmshurst

Episode 9: Flatline

  • Written by Jamie Mathieson
  • Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Episode 10: In The Forest Of The Night

  • Written by Frank Cottrell Boyce
  • Directed by Sheree Folkson

Episode 11/12: Dark Water/Death In Heaven

  • Written by Steven Moffat
  • Directed by Rachel Talalay


Fan-made The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen animation must be seen

Magician and visionary author Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill created a successful ‘Victorian Avengers’ using Mina Harker, Mr. Hyde, Captain Nemo, the Invisible Man and Allan Quartermain. The series saw this unlikely group of public domain characters from literature fight such outlandish threats as a Martian invasion and more. It spawned several spinoffs and a less-than-impressive feature film.
The League Of Extraordinary GentlemenThis week, a fan crafted an impressive animation of a version more in keeping with the feel of the comic. And it is wonderful.

Via io9:
Forget the unnecessary addition of Tom Sawyer and the other departures from Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill’s comics. Florian Liedtke imagines a title sequence for a different League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen movie taken straight from the comics, with a revamped cast.

Liedtke made his dream League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen title sequence for a university project, and the moody motion comic style works well here. Plus, we just want to see Charles Dance in everything.

Rick Remender Spins Marvel U on its AXIS

Event comics. The bane of many a comic book fan and potentially a way in which to tell a large scale story cast across a bigger canvas. From Crisis on Infinite Earths to Secret Wars to Civil War and Flashpoint, DC and Marvel Comics have both dipped into readers’ minds and wallets again and again. Whatever your opinion of them, event books are not going away.

In fact a sequel to the upcoming AXIS is already in the works that will shake up the status quot of Marvel’s heroes and villains. Personally, I have been satisfied with the follow through Marvel Editorial has exhibited as far back as Avengers: Decimation all the way to the current comics. The characters have changed, and their relationships became dynamic and different, making the shared universe fresh.

And it’s changing again…

Via Newsarama:

Marvel Comics revealed what’s coming in Avengers & X-Men: AXIS Act 2 Monday afternoon, ahead of November 2014 solicitations. To bring the information, they held a conference call with writer Rick Remender and Exectuvie Editor Tom Brevoort, along with members of the comic book press.

Marvel PR Chris D’Lando introduced the people on the call. “What is inversion you ask? Call it the recalibration of the Marvel Universe’s moral compass.”

Remender started with the high concept of Act II. “The fun of something like this in my mind is to constantly subvert expectations and surprise people with exciting new things. We all have our attention spans destroyed by our cell phones so I don’t want to linger on any one idea for more than about five pages (laughs).

“Moving to a new high concept each act keeps people on their toes, keeps things exciting.”

Act I is about the Avengers and X-Men teaming up to stop the Red Skull, and that leads to Inversion.

“The way things go and how our heroes have to deal with Red Onslaught leads to a bit of a whammy. With the Inversion aspect, I put on my Dungeon Master’s cap and start twisting alignments around.”

“It’s not so cut and dry for everyone as ‘good guy becomes super bad guy.’ I think there are a lot of character-defining moments, especially in the second act. It shows you the antithesis of what they normally are and getting into their character.”

This all leads into the next act, which Remender says is “the biggest X-Men showdown I could think of, and really for everyone. Big things for the Spider-Man world, big things for the Avengers clan.”

Inverting Tony Stark leads directly to Superior Iron Man, with the character “switching back to where he started out,” which shows how far he’s come as a character, the writer said. He praised where Tom Taylor is taking the character as well in the ongoing series.

Several of the characters will get new looks to go with their new outlooks, but not all of them. Deadpool, for example, is in a grey costume, Luke Cage is in a suit with sunglasses, and Tony debuts his new silver armor.

“Deadpool will be playing a really big role in AXIS in a couple of surprising ways,” Remender said, “I’m really excited with what’s happening with him in the book. There’s huge changes coming for Scarlet Witch, Magneto, Doctor Doom, Loki, huge huge beat for Loki. Kid Apocalypse – basically it’s all fireworks here, there’s no lead-up.”

The tie-ins for AXIS will often focus on the Inversion status. Carnage and Hobgoblin in particular use inverted versions of those characters for their tie-in mini-series. “It allows us to look at these characters in a new light,” said Brevoort. “It’s a morally upstanding Carnage and a Hobgoblin who’s a good businessman.”

Remender teased, “I don’t think I’m spoiling anything saying that Carnage trying to be a good guy, on a redemption arc, still winds up having some bloodshed. I don’t want to spoil what they’re doing there, it’s really cool.”

Sam Wilson in his first major moments as Captain America had a “shifting role” in this series. “You will be seeing a pretty nice big fight between Sam Wilson Captain America and all of the X-Men, which doesn’t go great for anybody, but was a lot of fun.” He’ll also have the shifted dynamic with Tony Stark, and Remender says it’s a nice stage to give Sam his first go as Cap.

Marvel.com asked the first press question, wondering if Remender will be building off work he’s done with the Apocalypse storyline for the last few years.

“Yeah, there’s a beat in here. Apocalypse is back, and that’s part of the big pyrotechnics show of #4.” That does come from his runs on Uncanny X-Force and Uncanny Avengers. “At a certain point, this story – I didn’t know it was going to be an event. As it built and the X-Men had a larger role, the Apocalypse beat grew into.”

(more here)

Batman: Assault on Arkham and Young Justice: Season One on Blu-ray

It’s a great week for Batman fans as both Batman: Assault on Arkham and Young Justice: Season One are hitting the shelves on Blu-ray. Assault on Arkham is a new animated film spinning out of the Batman Arkham video game universe. Young Justice is the long-awaited release of the fantastic animated series’ entire first season.

Both are worth a look.

Official press release below:

“Batman: Assault on Arkham” arrives Tuesday, August 12 — on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD.

'Batman_Assault_on_Arkham'_coverGotham is in great danger when the government assembles a group of villains — code named the Suicide Squad — and forces them to break into Arkham Asylum to retrieve top secret information stolen by the Riddler. Things take a turn for the worse when one of the Squad members (Harley Quinn) frees the Joker, who is intent on blowing up Arkham Asylum and Gotham City. Batman must use his super hero wits and strength to thwart the wicked plans of the Joker and the Suicide Squad. Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) voices Batman, and joins forces with several Hollywood greats to bring the legendary characters to life. Adding to the celebrity-laden cast is Neal McDonough (Justified, Desperate Housewives) as Deadshot, Troy Baker (Batman: Arkham Origins, The Last of Us) as Joker, Matthew Gray Gubler (Criminal Minds) as Riddler, CCH Pounder (The Shield, Warehouse 13) as Amanda Waller, Greg Ellis (24) as Captain Boomerang, and Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Revolution) as Black Spider. Renowned voice actors Hynden Walch and Jennifer Hale bring an added level of danger to the Suicide Squad as the voices of Harley Quinn and Killer Frost, respectively.

Young Justice-S1-WACWarner Archive Collection continues to bring fan-favorite television series to glorious 1080p high definition presentation with the Tuesday, August 12 release of “Young Justice: Season One” on Blu-ray.The two-disc, 26-episode “Young Justice: Season One” features Greg Weisman (Gargoyles) and Brandon Vietti’s (Batman: The Brave and The Bold) critically acclaimed and fan-approved tale of titanic teen heroes. Strap in and get ready for this dashing and daring new take onRobin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis as theysplash across the 16×9 widescreen. In this first season, a ‘junior’ Justice League bands together for purposes both light and dark – to honor the legacies they will one day inherit, and to be the Justice League’s secret weapon. From within their HQ The Cave, they embark on covert missions that would be impossible for the high profile Justice League. Batman (naturally) is their mission handler, Red Tornado supervises and Black Canary trains them. But the lads and ladies of Young Justice push their mission envelope and discover the dark secrets hidden behind the scenes of this alternate DC universe. “Young Justice: Season One” is available at wbshop.com and many of your favorite online retailers.

DC Nation’s Creature Commandos

When DC Nation was launched there were dreams of all-new content. Currently three of those programs are cancelled (Green Lantern, Young Justice and Beware the Batman) and I have yet to hear of replacements. While their full series work has been lacking, the short features are astounding. From the Doom Patrol to Animal Man they are must-watch material for comic book fans.

The latest unearths another obscurity of DC Comics, the horror/war creation The Creature Commandos.

Via ComicsXAminer:

The Creature Commandos are a fictional DC Comics team of militarized superhumans, based on supernatural creatures of legend that originally operated during World War II. Making their debut in Weird War Tales #93 (November 1980), the team was created by J. M. DeMatteis and artist Pat Broderick. The original team consisted of Lt. Matthew Shrieve (a normal human), Warren Griffith (a werewolf), Sgt. Vincent Velcro (a vampire), Pvt. Elliot “Lucky” Taylor (Frankenstein’s monster) and Dr. Myrna Rhodes (a gorgon). In The New 52 (a reboot of the DC Comics universe), a new version of the Creature Commandos were introduced and featured in the pages of Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.. This incarnation of the team works as field agents for the secretive organization S.H.A.D.E., and are led by Frankenstein. The rest of the team consists of Khalis (who appears to be an Egyptian mummy), Warren Griffith (a werewolf), and Vincent Velcoro (given vampire-like powers through a modified version of the Langstrom formula). Griffith and Velcoro were both originally humans who volunteered to be transformed by Dr. Nina Mazursky, who later transformed herself into an amphibious creature resembling the Gill-man in order to fight alongside the team.

‘Lucky Day’

Special 7 minute preview of Star Wars Rebels

Freddie Prinze Jr. as 'Kanan' in Disney XD's STAR WARS REBELSOfficial Press Release Below:

Star Wars Rebels continues the epic tradition of the legendary Star Wars saga with all-new exciting, action-packed adventures. It is a dark time in the galaxy, as the evil Galactic Empire tightens its grip of power from world to world. As the series begins, Imperial forces have occupied a remote planet, ruling with an iron fist and ruining the lives of its people. The clever and motley crew of the starship Ghost is amongst a select few who are brave enough to stand against the Empire. Together, this ragtag group will face threatening new villains, encounter colorful adversaries, embark on thrilling adventures and become heroes with the power to ignite a rebellion.

7 minute special preview below:

Star Lord’s Awesome Mix Vol. 1

guardians-of-the-galaxy-imax-posterMarvel Entertainment’s biggest thing since they put Robert Downey Jr. in an iron suit, Guardians of the Galaxy re-injects the superhero movie genre with so much vitality and innovation that I could watch it five more times (and once in IMAX, please). But along with the excellent script, superb cast and eye-popping special effects, the movie’s greatness is enhanced by the mix tape loaded in Peter Quill’s Walkman.

Labeled simply ‘Awesome Mix Vol. 1,’ director James Gunn released the tracklist on facebook.


1. Blue Swede – Hooked on a Feeling
2. Raspberries – Go All the Way
3. Norman Greenbaum – Spirit in the Sky
4. David Bowie – Moonage Daydream
5. Elvin Bishop – Fooled Around and Fell in Love
6. 10Cc – I’m Not in Love
7. Jackson 5 – I Want You Back
8. Redbone – Come and Get Your Love
9. The Runaways – Cherry Bomb
10. Rupert Holmes – Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
11. The Five Stairsteps – O-O-H Child
12. Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

You can listen to it here

Read the story behind Star Lord here

Read all about the Guardians of the Galaxy here

Batman 1966 finally gets home release Nov, 2014


In 1966, the William Dozier-produced Batman weekly TV series shaped an icon for a generation. Absurd and bizarre, the program attracted celebrities for unique guest spots. While it has been cited as detrimental to the seriousness of comic book adaptations, Batman is such a versatile character that he can be interpreted in various manners from the ‘camp’ TV series to Tim Burton’s dark and weird films to the modern epics by Chris Nolan.

Some fans demand Batman be a dark avenger of the night, a grim solitary figure brooding and lurking on the rooftops of a crime-ridden world (as seen in the current comic books and the Arkham videogame series). This was somewhat how he was introduced, influenced heavily by Bob Kane’s childhood romps through the back alleys as part of a teen gang. But it is that youthful approach filtered through the 1960’s pop art and theater of the absurd that makes the 1966 TV series so important and valid. It is a time capsule and a part of the comic book character’s legacy.

Speaking personally, the 1966 TV series sent my imagination running wild. The visuals were outrageous, the scripts silly and the performances so weird (just what planet is Frank Gorshin from??) that that my lil mind was forever impacted. For decades, the legal entanglements have prevented a release of the complete series on home video format. Finally, that has been rectified and Bat-fans can revisit (or discover for the first time) the most unusual vision of the capes crusader ever.

(and the wee car and collectible trading cards are a special treat)
Official press release below:


The Long-Awaited 1960’s TV Series Features All 120 Original Broadcast Episodes Completely Remastered Includes Over Three Hours of Never-Before-Seen Enhanced Content Including Interviews With Adam West and Burt Ward

Burbank, CA (July 24, 2014) – For the very first time, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) is releasing the fan-favorite original 1960’s Batman TV Series starring Adam West as Batman and Burt Ward as Robin. On November 11, 2014, just in time for the holiday season, Batman: The Complete Television Series Limited Edition will hit shelves on Blu-Ray™ ($269.97 SRP). Batman: The Complete Television Series DVD ($199.70 SRP) and Batman: The Complete First Season ($39.98 SRP) will also be available. Additionally, The Complete Series will be released for purchase on Digital HD. This highly collectible set is one fans won’t want to miss!


Batman: The Complete Television Series features all three classic seasons of the fan-favorite show spanning all 120 original broadcast episodes – completely remastered – as well as more than three hours of never-before-seen enhanced content including interviews with both Adam West (as Batman) and Burt Ward (as Robin). In addition to favorites West and Ward, the series featured a long list of notable guest stars and cameo appearances over the course of three seasons including Julie Newmar, Cesar Romero, Frank Gorshin, Liberace, Vincent Price, Burgess Meredith, Bruce Lee, Art Carney, Milton Berle, Sammy Davis Jr. and many more!

Bringing the series’ vivid colors to life in stunning high definition, the Blu-ray Limited Edition

will be individually numbered, making the set a true must-have for both fans and collectors alike. The set will include sought-after premiums including:

An exclusive Hot Wheels® Replica Batmobile
Adam West Scrapbook – featuring never-before-seen photos from Adam’s own archives
44 Vintage Trading Cards
Ultraviolet Digital Copy of all 120 episodes
Episode guide – includes synopsis of all episodes, photos from the series and a personal letter from Adam West to the fans

“Fans around the world have been clamoring for this release for decades,” said Rosemary Markson, WBHEG Senior Vice President, TV Brand Management and Retail Marketing “Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is beyond thrilled to make the caped crusader’s fans’ wishes come true by releasing Batman: The Complete Television Series to Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD for the very first time since the original 1960s program. Coinciding with the 75th Anniversary of Batman’s comic book debut, this is the ultimate holiday gift.”

Batman: The Complete Television Seriesalsofeatures more than three hours of all-new enhanced content:

Special Features include:

Hanging with Batman – A true slice of life in the words of Adam West.

Holy Memorabilia Batman! – A journey into the most sought-after collectibles through the eyes of three extraordinary collectors.

Batmania Born! - Building the World of Batman – Explore the art and design behind the fiction.

Bats of the Round Table – A candid conversation with Adam West and his celebrity friends, chatting all things Bat ’66.

Inventing Batman in the words of Adam West (episode 1 &2) – A rare treat for the fans as Adam discusses his script notes on bringing Batman to life in the first and second episodes.

Na Na Na Batman! — Hollywood favorite’s stars and producers recount their favorite Batman memories.

Season 1

Hi Diddle Riddle
Smack in the Middle
Fine Feathered Finks
The Penguin’s A Jinx
The Joker is Wild
Batman is Riled
Instant Freeze
Rats Like Cheese
Zelda The Great
A Death Worse Than Fate
A Riddle A Day Keeps the Riddler Away
When the Rat’s Away the Mice Will Play
The Thirteenth Hat
Batman Stands Pat
The Joker Goes To School
He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul
True or False Face
Holy Rat Race
The Purr-Fect Crime
Better Luck Next Time
The Penguin Goes Straight
Not Yet, He Ain’t
The Ring Of Wax
Give ‘Em The Axe
The Joker Trumps An Ace
Batman Sets The Pace
The Curse of Tut
The Pharaoh’s In a Rut
The Bookworm Turns
While Gotham City Burns
Death in Slow Motion
The Riddler’s Flase Notion
Fine Finny Fiends
Batman Makes The Scenes

Season 2

Shoot A Crooked Arrow
Walk The Straight and Narrow
Hot Off The Griddle
The Cat and the Fiddle
The Minstrel’s Shakedown
Barbecued Batman?
The Spell of Tut
Tut’s Case is Shut
The Greatest Mother of Them All
MA Parker
The Clock King’s Crazy Crimes
The Clock King Gets Crowned
An Egg Grows in Gotham
The Yegg Foes in Gotham
The Devil’s Fingers
The Dead Ringers
Hizzonner The Penguin
Dizzoner the Penguin
Green Ice
Deep Freeze
The Impractical Joker
The Joker’s Provokers
Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Marsha’s Scheme of Diamonds
Come Back, Shame
It’s How You Play The Game
The Penguin’s Nest
The Bird’s Last Jest
The Cat’s Meow
The Bat’s Kow Tow
The Puzzles Are Coming
The Duo Is Slumming
The Sandman Cometh
The Catwoman Goeth
The Contaminated Cowl
The Mad Hatter Runs Afoul
The Zodiac Crimes
The Joker’s Hard Times
The Penguin Declines
That Darn Catwoman
Scat! Darn Catwoman
Penguin is a Girl’s Best Friend
Penguin Sets a Trend
Penguin’s Disastrous End
Batman’s Anniversary
A Riddling Controversy
The Joker’s Last Laugh
The Joker’s Epitaph
Catwoman Goes to College
Batman Displays His Knowledge
A Piece of The Action
Batman’s Satisfaction
Kin Tut’s Coup
Batman’s Waterloo
Black Widow Strikes Again
Caught in the Spider’s Den
Pop Goes The Joker
Flop Goes the Joker
Ice Spy
The Duo Defy

Season 3

Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin
Ring Around The Riddler
The Wail of The Siren
The Sport of Penguins
A Horse of Another Color
The Unkindest Tut of All
Louie, The Lilac
The Ogg and I
How To Hatch a Dinosaur
Surf’s Up! Joker’s Under!
The Londinium Larcenies
The Foggiest Notion
The Bloody Tower
Catwoman’s Dressed to Kill
The Ogg Couple
The Funny Feline Felonies
The Joke’s On Catwoman
Louie’s Lethal Lilac Time
Nora Clavicle and the Ladies’ Crime Club
Penguin’s Clean Sweep
The Great Escape
The Great Train Robbery
I’ll Be A Mummy’s Uncle
The Joker’s Flying Saucer
The Entrancing Dr. Cassandra
Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires


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