Krypton Report 263 — ‘Batman: The Long Halloween, Part 2’

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Hosts Tyler and James, with Bryan, discuss one of DC’s latest animated titles, “Batman: The Long Halloween, Part 2.”

Inspired by the iconic mid-1990s DC story from Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale, “Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two” continues as the Holiday Killer is still at large and, with Bruce Wayne under the spell of the venomous Poison Ivy, Batman is nowhere to be found. Liberated by an unlikely ally, Bruce quickly uncovers the real culprit: Poison Ivy’s employer Carmine Falcone. The Roman, his ranks decimated by Holiday and his business spinning out of control, has been forced to bring on less desirable partners – Gotham City’s rogues’ gallery.

In the meantime, Harvey Dent is confronting battles on two fronts: attempting to end the mob war while also dealing with a strained marriage. And, after an attack that leaves Harvey hideously disfigured, the District Attorney unleashes the duality of his psyche that he’s strived his entire life to suppress. Now, as Two-Face, Dent decides to take the law into his own hands and deliver judgment to those who’ve wronged him, his family and all of Gotham. Ultimately, the Dark Knight must put together the tragic pieces that converged to create Two-Face, the Holiday Killer, Batman and Gotham City itself.

Jensen Ackles (“Supernatural,” “Batman: Under the Red Hood”) leads an all-star cast as the voice of Batman/Bruce Wayne alongside the late Naya Rivera (“Glee”) as Catwoman/Selina Kyle, Josh Duhamel (“Transformers,” “Las Vegas”) as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, Billy Burke (“Twilight,” Revolution,” “Zoo”) as Commissioner James Gordon, Katee Sackhoff (“The Mandalorian,” “Battlestar Galactica,” “Batman: Year One”) as Poison Ivy, Titus Welliver (“Bosch,” “Deadwood”) as Carmine Falcone, Julie Nathanson (“Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War,” “Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay”) as Gilda Dent, David Dastmalchian (“The Suicide Squad,” “Dune,” “Ant-Man”) as Calendar Man & The Penguin, Troy Baker (“The Last of Us,” “Batman: Arkham Knight”) as The Joker, Amy Landecker (Y”our Honor,” “Transparent”) as Barbara Gordon & Carla Vitti, Fred Tatasciore (“American Dad!,” “Family Guy”) as Solomon Grundy, Alyssa Diaz (“The Rookie,” “Ray Donovan”) as Renee Montoya, and Alastair Duncan (“The Batman,” “Batman Unlimited” franchise) as Alfred. In addition, Robin Atkin Downes (“The Strain,” “Constantine: City of Demons”) voices both Scarecrow & Thomas Wayne, John DiMaggio (“Futurama,” “Disenchantment”) is the Mad Hatter, Laila Berzins (“Genshin Impact”) is Sofia Falcone, Jim Pirri (“World of Warcraft” franchise) is Sal Maroni, and Zach Callison (“The Goldbergs,” “Steven Universe”) is Young Bruce Wayne. Additional voice work was provided by Gary Leroi Gray and Rick Wasserman.

Jonathan Tyler Patrick

Tyler, as he is known, has been a life long Superman fan since the dawn of his arrival on this planet. With that as a compass, he has always found that being a voice of reason was important. Tyler graduated in 2010 with a degree in Psychology and Counseling. He has worked with troubled teens in different capacities as well as his local paper. Currently, Tyler is pursuing his masters in screen writing along side teaching English and working in the local schools. The Krypton Report is a podcast Tyler runs as part of the Press Play Podcast Network. He has two children and a beautiful amazing wife, whom he has been married to for ten years.

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