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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 15:29
Welcome to the midseason finale. Midseason finales are horrible and there probably isn't a person alive who prefers for a show to start and stop like this. Could you imagine if a sport did this? Seriously, if baseball started in April and went for a month then they took the month of May off and came back in June. Who would even be interested in what's happening? In most cases mid-season finales could be told to go kick rocks but this one kind feels nice. We need a short break from the crazy in Gotham and there is a lot of it in this episode. Read more...
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Tuesday, 22 November 2016 16:41
Since the beginning of time we've had tales of good versus evil. These stories always seem to work. You choose a side to cheer for and see how it unfolds. Usually the good prevails and sometimes evil wins, ensuring that another good guy will come along to try and save the day. The story of good vs. evil brings us all of the elements we need to keep us entertained. Hope, anger, fear, love and all of those other adjectives that one would use to describe it. So how do you describe it when it's evil versus evil or good versus good? Is it possible to have a good guy against a good guy or bad against bad? Wouldn't one of them have to assume the other role? This week's episode of Gotham brings forth this very question. Let's see if it gave us any answers. Read more...
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Tuesday, 27 September 2016 13:50
Last week we saw that Fish Mooney’s new powers aren’t really all that powerful.  Her body is rejecting her newly implanted DNA and she’s on the hunt for Hugo Strange to fix her. Alfred got knocked the hell out and Master B got abducted by a Talon. Ivy was branded a spy and thanks to spoilers released by the show itself we know she didn’t die while trying to escape. We met the most annoying new character, Valerie Vale and we got some more Emo Bruce time. Read more...
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Tuesday, 20 September 2016 13:48
Now that we’re all back from our little trip to Switzerland we can get back to Gotham.  Forever ago we left Gotham in a bit of a mess. Jim Gordon finally caught Hugo Strange with a basement full of monsters at Indian Hill. Unfortunately, it was too late for Strange to blow them up, Fish Mooney helped them all escape. While Fish was setting the former Arkham inmates free Penguin and Butch were teaming up again to take back the title of King of Gotham, or just the best dynamic duo we’re probably going to get in this series. We were also introduced to the Court of Owls last season and best yet we caught a glimpse of a look-a-like Bruce Wayne.  Season three episode one has a lot to live up to. Read more...
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Tuesday, 24 May 2016 11:20
The season finale of Gotham’s season two was nothing shy of amazing. And silly, oh so silly. It’s fine though, it’s a show based on a fictional city that was created for a comic book, it’s not supposed to be real it’s just supposed to be really good. Read more...
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Tuesday, 17 May 2016 14:00
There’s no way to keep this spoiler-free so if you haven’t watched episode 21 of Gotham and don’t want anything spoiled come back and read this after you’ve watched it. Hugo Strange has been manufacturing monsters at Indian Hill and from what we’ve seen he’s been very successful. Unfortunately, everybody has a boss and Strange’s boss considers his accomplishments to be unsuccessful. It has to do with what a lot of people are disliking about Strange, he’s creating these villains.  He brings them back to life and then implants a false memory that will ultimately serve him.  It was getting sad to think that Strange would be the creator of all of Gotham’s supervillains. That turned out to be Strange’s agenda but not his boss’s. So who is Strange’s boss? Perhaps it’s more appropriate to say bosses. Read more...
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Sunday, 10 April 2016 17:37
Well, whether you loved it, hated it or just thought it was okay, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice made its mark at the box office and drew in record numbers worldwide. And it’s confirmed that now Ben Affleck (the guy in the bat-suit, in case you didn’t know) and DC big shot writer Geoff Johns will be writing the screenplay for a solo film starring Affleck’s Batman. But with so many Batman films in the past, what could they possibly do with the caped crusader that already hasn’t been done?! Read more...
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Friday, 24 April 2015 14:42
Serving as an amalgamation of the Grant Morrison era Batman (a particular favourite of mine which switched the status quo between Batman and Robin as Dick Grayson took up the cowl) and Scott Snyder’s New 52 take, Batman Vs Robin is the successor to the popular Son of Batman; the Dark Knights first solo venture in the DC Animated Universe’s new dawn. With the weight of the source material to bolster it, the combined angst between Bruce Wayne and Damian would have initially been thought to be hard to juggle against the threat of the omnipresent Court of Owls – so you’d expect something to give? It does but only slightly and that’s not before some an amazing first two acts. Read more...
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