It’s interesting to me how certain things catch an unexpected wind and take flight. Like viral videos (Seriously, how did Chewbacca mom get more than 11 total views), no one ever knows what will gain speed. A strange example to me is the abundance of appearances of Ra’s al Ghul and his daughters in DC live action over the last decade.
Continue reading The Rise of Ra’s al Ghul in DC Live Action
Geek Madness is back and this year you can choose your bracket and play along to win prizes from The Geekiverse and Oogie Games. Register your bracket now, voting starts in just days….. AND IT’S FREE! Continue reading GEEK MADNESS 2017 Is Here
The second episode of a new series is notoriously trickier than a pilot. While a pilot needs to set up the world, characters, and basic trademarks of a new television show, the second episode introduces something just a important: how the show works week to week. Continue reading Powerless: Wayne Dream Team Review
I’m overcome by a flood of emotions. Join me inside where you can be my superhero television themed therapist, and listen to me rant on about this show that never ceases to piss me off…yet always gives me that sliver of hope for something more, something…better…
Continue reading Why Arrow’s New Black Canary Actually Matters
Hey guys and gals! Thanks for coming back for round 2 of my weekly series, Ranked! This week the topic is everyone’s favorite vigilante orphan dressed as a winged mammal of the night: Batman!
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The reveal teaser & first gameplay trailer have now been released for “Injustice 2”.
Continue reading Injustice 2: Debut Trailer and Gameplay Reveal
Season 4 of Arrow came to a close this week with an episode that was mediocre at its best moments, and downright bad at its worst. It capped off a season that was also marred by some missteps along the way.
Continue reading Arrow Finale Misses Mark – Season 4 Review
While watching tv with my two young nieces the other day, a certain commercial caught my eye on Disney X.D. It was an ad for Mattel’s new line of superhero dolls, featuring DC heroines and villainesses. The six debut figures include Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Bumblebee, Harley Quinn, and Poison Ivy.
Continue reading DC’s Ladies Mean Business
Zack Snyder’s “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” has finally arrived. Ever since 2013’s “Man of Steel”, many people have developed a negative stance on this production, since Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot depicted a Superman that was less colorful, more dramatic and more controversial than previous on-screen incarnations. While the movie had issues, I found it a very good, fresh modern Superman story. Continue reading Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Review – A Thrilling Yet Imperfect Mythic Cornerstone For DC’s New Universe
When Marvel created the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it was touted as a shared universe between all of their different live action projects. That’s a pretty cool idea. Currently, Marvel has three different types of live action products going on. The big screen movies, some epic, like the Avengers and Captain America films, some much smaller, like Antman. The network TV stuff, produced for ABC because of the Disney ownership of both Marvel and ABC, and the Netflix streaming projects like Daredevil and Jessica Jones. But do they really play well in the same sand box, and should they?
Continue reading Learn to Share, Marvel