Category Archives: Social Learning Theory

The Arkham Sessions Podcast, Episode #119: “Legends of the Dark Knight”

“Legends of the Dark Knight” is a strikingly divergent episode in the animated series, portraying three distinct, stylized representations of Batman including: The Golden Age era, Frank Miller’s darkly toned The… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions Podcast, Episode #118: “SDCC Panel: The Psychology of Robin- Batman’s First Sidekick”

What makes Dick Grayson different from Bruce Wayne? At first glance, it appears that both superheroes experienced very similar childhood traumas. Would sharing this trauma – witnessing the murder of… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions Podcast, Episode #115: “Old Wounds”

We take a break from the Arkham video games and return to The New Batman Adventures to dissect one of our all-time favorite episodes called “Old Wounds.” This is the story of… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions Podcast, Episode #94: “Sins of the Father”

On this Thanksgiving Day, we dive into a thought-provoking Batman episode that formally introduced audiences of the animated series to the new Robin, Tim Drake! But this version of Tim… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions, Ep. 77: “Baby Doll”

She’s a doll. She’s a baby. She’s…homicidal? We’re talking about Baby Doll, of course! Baby Doll was a Batman villain who was created for Batman: The Animated Series. Her real… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions, Ep. 48: “Birds of a Feather”

Are there really any villains in the world? Or is “bad behavior” shaped by how society treats us?  Hurtful primary relationships? Childhood neglect? Can we really put blame on a… Read the Rest »

The Arkham Sessions, Ep. 34: “Robin’s Reckoning, Part 2″

This installment of The Arkham Sessions covers the final acts of the highly-acclaimed 2-part episode of Batman: The Animated Series, which explores the story of how Dick Grayson becomes Batman’s sidekick. As we learned… Read the Rest »