Hello everybody, This Saturday on July 30th, DC Animated Club will be hosting a watch along as a tribute to the memory of David Warner who voice Ra’s Al Ghoul.
We’ll be watching the two part episodes of Batman The Animated Series episode ‘Demon’s Quest.’ Which was written by the great Dennis O’Neil.
So please join us as we pay our respect to this great actor.
You’ll need 2 devices to watch this episode and entact,
If you have Batman the Animated Series on DVD, Blu-Ray, HBO Max or any streaming service without commercials put that on,
And use your computer, laptop, phone, Tablet or ipad to chat on here.
The watch along starts at 10:00am PST/1:00pm EST.
Hopefully I’ll remember this Saturday, and thank you for paying tribute to another gone from us…
I put the Star Trek TAS WAL on-hold for this week, as this was scheduled for the same time, and as a fan of Mr. Warner’s since childhood, this is a priority for me to attend.
SN: For any wondering, The Demon’s Quest parts I and II are episodes 57 and 58 of Batman: The Animated Series season 1.
I’m sorry, I didn’t know.
No worries. You’re 100% fine.
Update: I have a real world thing to attend to Saturday morning, so I won’t be able to attend.
To The Memory Of David Warner
We are 2 hours away from Batman the Animated watch along of The Demon’s Quest 2 part episodes.
We are 55 minutes away til the watch along.
I will be here. Will we be running back to back or taking a break between?
Cool, I prefer it that way!!!
I really wish someone was streaming the 1990 Swamp Thing series, I would have done a late night watch tribute to Tony Dow tonight. As it is, I will be talking at length about him on my podcast this coming week.
Paused and ready. These are two top-tier episodes and a good worthy tribute for the man who still voices the Ra’s al Ghul in my head when I read the comics.
Voice AND pronunciation of the name Ra’s Al Ghul. I will never refer to him as Rahz…
On your mark…get set…GO! Press play.
We begin with classic intro.
Always loved the opening sequence and the Fleischer inspired animation
I’m watching on Vudu, the HD transfer is so clean and crisp