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Welcome to The Punisher's Batcave. We are a daily or weekly Episodic Podcast for your entertainment where everything is politically incorrect/correct, uncensored, unfiltered & no holds barred. We talk about Sports, Entertainment/Pop Culture, Politics/Government, Science, History, Religion & anything else that is on our mind while informing, educating, illuminating, enlightening & inspiring our audience with knowledge & logic. - TPB
 
Two friends exploring life, goth music and alternative culture through the lens of 10 classic albums each. Covering a year-in-the-life with each episode, a coming of age story will unfold as we look back at shared memories, allied ambitions, hearts broken, dreams chased and experience gained. As well as this platform, you can find us available on all major podcast websites. Click on the links below. Spotify Apple Google Support us - Buy us a Coffee at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bitbatcave ...
 
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"Star Trek Vs. Batman" The Dynamic Duo are given a taste of the future when the starship Enterprise is catapulted to the past. But the Joker and Catwoman are also aware of Kirk and Spock and the power at their command if they can take the ship. ​John and Robert Long sit down in the Batcave and discuss a fan film that clearly has a love for the mate…
 
"THE RINGMASTER" October 2, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime co…
 
WRITER JIM BEARD TALKS ANOTHER CHALLENGE FOR THE GREEN HORNET You thought it was the end of the podcast, but then writer Jim Beard presents another challenge for the Green Hornet, his aide Kato and their rolling arsenal the Black Beauty. John and Jim sit down to discuss Jim's Green Hornet novella from Moonstone Press, "How Sweet the Sting". They di…
 
1943 - Episode Fifteen "The Doom of the Rising Sun" The final confrontation between Batman and Daka is actually their first confrontation as we discuss in the final episode of our look at the 1943 movie serial. ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave as we're wrapping up our look at the 1943 serial as we discuss the missed opportunities …
 
"Reading, Writing & Wronging" April 2, 1977 Penguin has started a school for criminals and in order to pass, you have to defeat Batman and Robin! John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central are back in the Batcave talking about this episode that is an odd duck. It has potential and it has some fun moments, but in the end it just doesn't hold up. The …
 
1943 - Episode Thirteen "The Executioner Strikes" The Batman is closing in on Daka, but will his search lead him to a crocodile grave? ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave as we're up to the penultimate episode of this serial. The two discuss the missing Colton, the far from normal cliffhanger, and Daka's preoccupation with his crocod…
 
"Bite-Sized" March 27, 1977 The alien Electro comes to Gotham City to shrink the Dynamic Duo and use them to discover America's defense systems prior to his invasion of the planet. John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central are back in the Batcave talking about this episode with a new villain with a familiar name. They discuss Nom Prescott possibly …
 
1943 - Episode Thirteen "Eight Steps Down" Using some genuine detective skills, Batman and Robin are able to track the captured Linda to Daka's lair, but Batman falls into a deadly trap. Can he escape? ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave as we're coming to the end of our look at the 1943 serial. In this episode, they discuss the well…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1992 Albums: Wings of Joy, Cranes The Marble Index, Nico At journey's end, our doom-laden dreamers contemplate the fate of goth at the passing of its first golden age. With the big names gone or ploughing very different furrows, how did the faithful keep the flame of darkness burning? By creating a club scene and by forming their …
 
"Curses! Oiled Again!" March 20, 1977 Catwoman teams up with Clayface to steal all the oil in the world. John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central welcome Dan Greenfield of 13th Dimension back into the Batcave where they discuss the first team-up of the 77 Filmation series. They discuss the potential for toys based on the characters and the vehicle…
 
1943 - Episode Twelve "Embers of Evil" Having escaped another exploding building, Batman and Robin find themselves on the trail of the missing Linda. ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave and the two are not at all impressed with this episode. There really isn't a whole lot to say as it's the shortest episode of the serials and of this…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1992 Albums: Wings of Joy, Cranes The Marble Index, Nico Finally, our misbegotten heroes arrive at their final podcast, calling upon a special guest to help them explore the fate of goth and alternative in the 1990s. Stuart collaborated with both Nick and Simon in their far-from-legendary bands, and went on to rack up a tour of du…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1991 Albums: Odds 'n' sods, one-hit wonders, outliers & honourable mentions Continuing their grab-bag of oddities and outlier tracks, our diminutive weirdos hold up Flesh for Lulu, Leonard Cohen and, dare I say it, even a track by Ultravox for special mention. In the stories of their lives, the year of 1991 saw dreams begin to fad…
 
"THE TICKLER" September 25, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime co…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1991 Albums: odds 'n' sods - one hit wonders, outliers & honourable mentions Our trad-goth raggedy men turn their attention to that miscellany of one-off favourites that helped complete their constellation of beloved goth and alternative tracks. From unsigned bands with nothing to lose, to uncharacteristically dark offerings from …
 
1943 - Episode Eleven "A Nipponese Trap" As Chuck White, Bruce learns of one of Daka's hideouts, but the Dynamic Duo find themselves under attack as soon as they arrive. ​John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave where Jim has serious issues with a number of elements that go against the unspoken rules of the Batman comic. John is simply tir…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1990 Albums: Love, The Cult Les Mystere de Voix Bulgares (4AD compilation) Our nocturnal seekers of solace turn their thoughts to two very different albums, one a reverb-drenched rock-inflected anthemic classic, one an otherworldly choral journey thru the strangest recesses of the human soul. Along the way they find a (more or les…
 
"The Bermuda Rectangle" March 13, 1977 Professor Bubbles is engaged in some real underwater deep sea piracy and it's up to Batman to stop him. Where is Aquaman when you need him? John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central are at odds with this fifth episodes of the 77 series and not in the way you would think. Usually, Joe can find the joy in the go…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1990 Albums: Love, The Cult Les Mystere de Voix Bulgares (4AD Compilation) As a decade comes to a close, Nick's band plays their biggest London gig, but on the other side of the mountaintop a painful descent awaits. Simon heads back to his hometown for a year out, finds himself a soul-crushing job in the infamous hive of drudgery …
 
Year: 1989 Albums: Dawnrazor, Fields of the Nephilim Radio Ethiopia, Patti Smith Group Patti Smith's revolutionary rock is in the air, as is the smell of Nick cooking bacon in Simon's vegetarian-only frying pan, this week. We discover how our weedy heroes found their dream flat in Camden High Street, only for it to be plunged into darkness and nigh…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1989 Albums: Dawnrazor, Fields of the Nephilim Radio Ethiopia, Patti Smith Group A divine 'derangement of the senses' was the order of the day, and Simon and Nick went about the task with true dedication. Moving into a flat across the road from the legendary Camden Palace club in London, heady days of smoke, noise, intense discuss…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1988 Albums: Dark Adapted Eye, Danielle Dax The Serpent's Egg, Dead Can Dance From a glorified shed on an allotment in Brighton, UK, our simpering heroes try to make the best of life during the pandemic, getting straight into the featured albums - Nick experiences his first spiritual flight via the haunting melodies and choral maj…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1988 Albums: Dark Adapted Eye, Danielle Dax The Serpent's Egg, Dead Can Dance It's on! The wildest year of our simmering heroes' saga of heartache, triumph and disaster arrives. Simon finds himself in the forest of the London night, partying, protesting and writing essays under the influence. Nick plays a showcase gig in Covent Ga…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1987 Albums: Dreamtime, The Cult Strange Days, The Doors Turning 18 is a big year for anybody, and for our spikey-haired protagonists it was no different. Coveting the analog delays and stomp box phasers of others reached fever pitch, as did the partying, the posturing and the panicking. Simon looked toward university and leaving …
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1987 Albums: Dreamtime, The Cult Strange Days, The Doors Our maladjusted heroes finally come of age, leave home, learn to cook pasta and embark upon nearly-adult pursuits. Nick performs his first gig with Felo de Se and begins chasing the dream of goth stardom in earnest. Simon leaves behind small-town England for the bright light…
 
"Mr. Mephisto" September 18, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime c…
 
1943 - Episode Ten "Flying Spies" After escaping from another death trap, Bruce dons the guise of Chuck White once again in order to learn about a dropped shipment of radium that they must recover before Daka's men. John and writer Jim Beard are back in the Batcave and talking about the possibility of there being more than one Batman, the frustrati…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1986 Albums: The Glove, Blue Sunshine Bauhaus, Bela Lugosi's Dead 12"; Burning from the Inside Yes, local goth club The Crypt is now the only place to be, and in the belly of this murky beast can be heard the sound of Bauhaus and The Glove, and this week our oddball heroes tackle these two classic outfits, finding within them the …
 
"The Scheme is Sound" Batman and Robin must foil a new plot by the United Underworld to create and use the world's largest loudspeaker in order to rob a bank. ​John and Robert Long sit down in the Batcave and discuss a film that is the complete polar opposite of the film they discussed in the last episode. The Parkview Elementary School Music Club …
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1986 Albums: The Glove, Blue Sunshine Bauhaus, Bela Lugosi's Dead 12"; Burning from the Inside Our lovable, fluffy-haired misfits finally look old enough to creep into Hastings' only goth club, The Crypt. And what a time they have! A tribe is discovered, a new band crystallizes around Nick, takes on a very strange Latin name, and …
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1985 Albums: Young Limbs & Numb Hymns, Batcave (compilation) First and Last and Always, The Sisters of Mercy Our daring young alternatives get deeply embroiled in the sounds of 80s goth, as The Sisters and the Batcave album mark the point of no return for our poor little lost ones, our willing victims of the terminally weird. Will…
 
"A Sweet Joke on Gotham City" March 6, 1977 We take a look at another Filmation original village for the 77 Batman series in the form of Sweet Tooth. Sounding like Paul Lynde and ready with a crime where he holds the city's water supply hostage (why does that sound familiar?), this is one of the crazier stories and yet our hosts are more than happy…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1985 Albums: Young Limbs and Numb Hymns, Batcave (compilation) First and Last and Always, The Sisters of Mercy As our unlikely, small-town heroes reach the age of 16, they make a revelatory discovery: there's a goth club in town! Attempts to sneak in may be less than successful, but Nicky and Simon's discovery of a scene filled wi…
 
Here in this episode we will be talking about the UCF & Charles Negy situation that has sparked student outrage, Cobra Kai series & The Karate Kid films going to Netflix & Season 3, the PS5/Xbox Series X Reveal & their specs, Logan/Jake Paul news, & other wrestling related topics.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a …
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1984 Albums: Pornography, The Cure Hyaena, Siouxsie and the Banshees Completing week 2, we hear how dreams of freedom grow from the dark visions of the Banshees' Hyaena album; its similarities to David Lynch's excavation of the wild urges and violent drives beneath the surface of suburban life are drawn out. Our young gothteens st…
 
1943 - Episode Nine "The Sign of the Sphinx" Colton is dead, but there isn't time to mourn his passing as the Dynamic Duo get a lead on one of Daca's men's hideouts. John and writer Jim Beard discuss the odd title choice, the lack of concern for Colton's passing, and how bad guys never think to just shoot Batman.…
 
Part 1 of 2 Year: 1984 Albums: Pornography, The Cure Hyaena, Siouxsie and the Banshees Waking Up to Goth - in Week 2, we find our alternative heroes turning on to goth and alternative music and culture in a big way. Though still young, the seeds of creativity and freedom are beginning to sprout. From the dark earth laid down by The Cure and Siouxsi…
 
Part 2 of 2 Year: 1983 Albums: Breaking Glass, Hazel O'Connor Head Over Heels, Cocteau Twins We join our brave young alternatives for the conclusion of their debut week. We've seen them narrowly escape injury at the disco at the end of the pier, and we've heard Nicky's paean to the inspirations of Breaking Glass, now check out Simon's exploration o…
 
Part 1 of 2. Year: 1983 Albums: Breaking Glass, Hazel O'Connor; Head Over Heels, Cocteau Twins Week 1 introduces our alternative heroes. At the tender age of 14, they meet as one is escorted out of the disco at the end of the ramshackle seaside pier, after being threatened, as the other is on his way in, with two hungry-for-action sociapaths riding…
 
"Trouble Identity" February 26, 1977 Catwoman is back and she's got a new scheme to make herself rich by stealing a revolutionary device that turns garbage into rich fabrics. And in order to throw suspicion off her, she dresses as Batgirl when committing the crime. While the GCPD are tracking Batgirl down, the Terrific Trio are dodging robot cats w…
 
Batman 66 #12 "The Queen of Diamonds' Big Heist"/"To Be or Not To Be" Published: June 25, 2014 We're back to a two-parter and backup story with two villains created for the series. First, Marsha, Queen of Diamonds has a new plan to get her hands on the Bat-Diamond. Then, the Minstrel robs Wayne Manor and takes only one thing - the Shakespeare bust!…
 
"The Androids" Aired: October 27, 1973 What gives? A Super Friends Podcast episode in the Batcave Feed. John and Dan Greenfield of 13th Dimension have often pointed out how elements of the Batman 66 series fed the Filmation 68 cartoon series and then the Super Friends and this episode is a prime example as it has a great deal of the camp you found …
 
1943 - Episode Eight "Lured by Radium" The Colton movie serial guest starring Batman and Robin continues with a shocking cliffhanger ending for episode eight. Well, that's the way John and Jim Beard are looking at this series as Colton continues to be much more interesting character than either of the Dynamic Duo. Bruce and Dick track Colton, captu…
 
From the Files of the Batcomputer 49Eric Elliott & Ian Miller on BATMAN MEETS GODZILLA John and Dan Greenfield of 13th Dimension are back in the Batcave talking with two members of the creative team behind the fan produced BATMAN MEETS GODZILLA comic book, Eric Elliott & Ian Miller. They talk about the unusual origin of this comic book that is base…
 
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