Batman and Robin are back working side-by-side to stop the villains of Gotham City, but is there tension appearing between them, especially when one villainess who calls herself Poison Ivy can make anyone fall in love with her...literally. Freeze is freezing anything which gets in his way from achieving his goal.
Val Kilmer was asked if he wanted to play Batman again but by his own admission and due to his commitment with Le Saint (1997), was not interested.
See more » This is the most disappointing movie in the history of film for me. I should give it a zero strictly based on the Bat Credit Card scene.
Every single individual whether it be producers, director, writer or actors (minus Chris O'Donnell) should be "Bat-Whipped" for this piece of junk.
After experiencing difficulties working with Kilmer on Batman Forever (1995), Joel Schumacher was insistent that the actor not return for the fourth film in the franchise.
Fortunately, Kilmer wanted to make Le Saint (1997) instead so Schumacher was able to recast the role of Batman.
They reek of the kind of rookie mistakes that one would expect of a much less experienced writer.
Both the A- and B-narratives in “Scorn of the Star Sapphire” focus on super-powered relationships and how heroes handle dating mere mortals.
Here, Dematteis sets up the episode’s main theme by showing how Wonder Woman juggles her relationship with Steve Trevor, spy for the Global Peace Agency, while fighting crime, in this case an Nazi baroness that talks with an accent worthy of Madeline Kahn.
We’re both really into natural foods and cooking, etc.
But this guy is big and strong and rugged…not submissive in any way.
It pains me to say this, especially since tonight’s episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold is the first new episode to air on TV in months, but the mighty J. He’s done some very good work for Brave and the Bold in the past, especially season one’s affecting “Hail the Tornado Tyrant.” But both episodes he’s credited with writing for Brave and the Bold’s third season have stunk.
Dematteis is a writer whose credentials speak for themselves: He’s the formative DC co-creator of Brooklyn Dreams and Moonshadow and the co-writer of the influential ‘80s run of Justice League America along with fellow writer/artist Keith Giffen.