Fourcast! 80: Time Keeps On Slippin’

March 14th, 2011 by | Tags: ,

-You know what’s tough to figure out?
-How old capes are.
-We talk about whether or not we should care, does it matter, what makes sense, and on and on.
-We basically talk around the idea of time passing in comics, so listen in and pass some time.
-6th Sense’s 4a.m. Instrumental for the theme music.
-See you, space cowboy!

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6 comments to “Fourcast! 80: Time Keeps On Slippin’”

  1. This was a really good episode! You guys should do more like it, when you just talk about things around comic books, rather than actual comic books.

  2. Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon passes in something close to real time. And though it jumps around from era to era Busiek updates Astro City to current time…

  3. I am pretty surprised that you haven’t seen Blade Runner David. As for another movie that doesn’t look dated, 2001: A Space Odyssey the technology all looks pretty legit and that is an impressive feat for a movie 40 years old.

  4. How old is Dick Grayson, because it seems he is aging and catching up to Bruce Wayne.

  5. I’ve always operated under the impression that Alfred calls Bruce “Master Bruce” as a nod to how long he’s known Bruce, not as a subservience thing. Master is the somewhat archaic way of referring to a young man, as opposed to Mister. If Alfred were being proper and formal, he should call Bruce “Mister Wayne”.

    So yeah, Alfred treats Bruce like a little kid. 😉

  6. I was just about to post the same thing that Scoops posted. Yes, it’s because Alfred has known Bruce since he was a child when he would have been referred to as Master Bruce (as opposed to as Mister Bruce).