Newer readers here might not be familiar with Big Monkey Comics Radio, which Big Monkey Comics maintains for you as a public service.
It's an on-line streaming "radio station" with over 200 songs about superheroes and comic books. I guarantee, no matter who you are, it's got something on it you've never heard before.
Our latest additions (today) are as follows.
- The delightfully sampled number from B.O.S.E., "Batman Hip-Hop".
- "Wonder Woman" by J. Segel.
- Yes, "Batman" can be an adjective, at least according to Mars Lasar's "You're So Batman".
- If you like your "Wonder Woman" with a bit of Middle Eastern flair, make sure to listen to the Baghdaddies version.
- Zen Boy addresses his ballad to "Wonder Woman" but Tim Erskine gave us the "Batman Ballad" instead.
- For all our Colombian friends, we're happy to provide "La Cumbia de Batman". Yes, really.
- And how could your week be complete without at least one hearing of that punk classic "I Saw Batman In the Launderette" from the Shapes?