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Offline Thrashalla

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"Batman: Tunnel of Terror" Now Available!!!
« on: August 08, 2013, 09:15:57 AM »

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They’re back! With Batman Takes Over, the first installment of this vintage serial, we introduced you to obscure superhero characters “The Batman” and “Robin.” Not much is known about them, as they failed to achieve any kind of cultural impact, but luckily this film series -- as far as we know, the only screen representation of Batman & Robin ever made -- survived, so modern audiences can finally learn about these long-forgotten costumed crimefighters!

In Batman: Tunnel of Terror, the second episode, our heroes continue their quest for the elusive Wizard in a frightening new setting. A terrifying tunnel of some kind, you ask? No, why on Earth would you think that? What are you even talking about? Forget tunnels, but the world’s greatest detectives DO manage to get themselves lost on some ordinary park trails, the kind retired grandparents walk for leisure, if the mall is closed. The action in this episode spans planes, trains, and automobiles (regular automobiles, the kind Batman drives in this series, definitely NOT Batmobiles) as the dynamic duo hunt for answers. But one question remains...WHERE IS GABE???

Join Mike, Bill, and Kevin in a swan-shaped boat for a romantic ride through Batman: Tunnel of Terror!

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Re: "Batman: Tunnel of Terror" Now Available!!!
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2013, 09:16:20 PM »
Part 2 was just as good as part 1 (and even sans riff would be better than most of the Batman movies). So here's hoping for part 3.