Episode from the podcastHistory of the Batman

#059: Rebooting The Suicide Squad - An Interview with Adam Glass

Released Wednesday, 5th October 2016
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This week's special guest is writer and producer Adam Glass, writer of television's Supernatural, Criminal Minds and DC Comics' Suicide Squad (Vol 4) of The New 52!

Londyn and co-host / engineer Mason Booker sit down with Adam Glass inside Meltdown Comics' Podcast Studio and discuss his life long love of comic books, how he became involved with bringing Task Force X back to life in the DC Comics Reboot The New 52 in 2011 and his own spin on the fan favorite character Harley Quinn. Listen in as we talk with Adam about him writing Suicide Squad, it's undeniable influence on David Ayer's 2016 live action film and the refreshing changes of Harley Quinn's origin story and relationship with The Joker. Listen to it all right here on this incredible History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics.

Guest: Adam Glass

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Produced by Mason Booker and Adam Silverstein.

Engineered by Mason Booker

Theme music by ROYALTYFREEMUSIC

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