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Bonus: The Batman ARG (2022) with Michael Andersen of

Like it says on the tin: a special bonus episode all about the ARGs of The Batman and how they have, and haven't, woven themselves into the fabric of the movies they've promoted. Michael Andersen of joins host Noah Nelson to nerd out on the still ongoing ARG for The Batman (the main url for which is, the history of Batman movie ARGS -- why so serious? -- and Noah derails the conversation to just talk about Batman in general because its the one thing he's loved longer than Star Wars.

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