On October 31st, 2015, Deception 7 Studios released their newest film, Batman: ABSOLUTION. It is a dark and gritty fan film that is in the same vein as the 2003 Batman: Dead End.It was written and directed by native filmmaker from the 3 Affiliated Tribes, Lane Thompson.

Batman: ABSOLUTION is a psychological horror that focuses on a 26 year old Bruce Wayne, who is still in the process of understanding the responsibilities and sacrifices of the path that he has chosen by becoming Batman. In Absolution, he “must put his detective skills to work whilst battling his own demons, injuries, and vices. In order to establish the framework that will become his legacy, the Batman must establish his presence as the Guardian of Hell on Earth… Gotham City.”

Watch the film and listen to the Tribe Called Geek radio show on Tuesday, Nov 3rd, at 4:30pm on the Success Native Style Radio Network. Lane Thompson will be joining Jack the Pima and the Brown Ball of Fury to discuss Batman: Absolution and answer any questions that you may have.

 

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Johnnie Jae
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Johnnie Jae is of the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma. She is the managing partner of Native Max Magazine, founder of A Tribe Called Geek, and contributor to Native News Online. She is the manager and producer for the Success Native Style Radio Network, where she hosts the Indigenous Flame and A Tribe Called Geek radio shows. She is also a founding board member of Not Your Mascots. Known as the "Brown Ball of Fury," Jae seamlessly shifts from humor and pop culture to advocacy and digital media, which has made her a much-sought after speaker and commentator. Her work has been discussed in many media outlets, such as Indian Country Today, ATPN, CBC, USA Today, BBC, Global Post, Women’s E-News, Takepart.com and Upworthy. She has been a guest on several radio shows, including Native America Calling, Native Trailblazers, BBC World Have Your Say and ICI Radio.

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