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Tuesday, 15 November 2016 13:50
In the last episode, we saw Barnes murder at least two men. Alice Tetch’s blood has turned him into some crazed vigilante. When he “switches” he becomes judge, jury and executioner. He’s on a mission to find all of the guilty in Gotham. Unfortunately, Dr. Simon didn’t die before he could tell newly reinstated GCPD officer, Jim Gordon, that Barnes was responsible for throwing him through a wall. Read more...
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Tuesday, 08 November 2016 11:51
James Gordon is back with the GCPD and just in time too as Captain Barnes is losing his stuff. Alice Tetch’s blood is working its magic on him and he’s slowly losing control. Read more...
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Friday, 05 August 2016 19:27
The animation department at DC/WB has done something that the live action department has yet to accomplish – they made a near perfect Batman movie. This in my opinion is the best Batman film ever made. How do I make this claim? I do not take my animation lightly and if you read my columns at all you will know that I am especially obsessed with Warner Bros. As a reviewer of all things Warner, I feel uniquely qualified to break down this film for you. Lego, Scooby, Tom and Jerry and of course, DC animation are the pinnacle of the direct to video market but Killing Joke was released theatrically and thus puts it alongside BVS, the Nolan and Burton batfilms, not to mention Mask of the Phantasm when comparing the franchise. 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, 12 April 2016 12:10
They say when you love someone that you don’t notice their flaws. That’s what is happening with Gotham. With all of the clichés and the cheesy effects we still love Gotham. Last week Gotham felt like granny re-telling the same story and expecting a new reaction. Oh wait, Gotham was a re-run last week that explains it. Perhaps Fox was giving us a break because they knew this week’s episode was going to be entertainment overload. Read more...
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Tuesday, 22 March 2016 14:13
Holy Gotham, Batman!  Gotham’s newest villain is turning out to be the best villain we’ve seen so far. He’s smart, he’s cunning and he’s just now hitting his stride. We were introduced to Edward Nygma during the first season and it was obvious from the start he was someday going to be the mischievous villain, Riddler. Ed is an employee of the GCPD working in the forensic science department. The job at the GCPD really threw a wrench in his character’s story. How was this guy going to turn into a villain? Cory Michael Smith nailed the part of Edward Nygma, the shy and socially awkward guy who got bullied by his co-workers. Read more...
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Tuesday, 15 March 2016 14:41
 Season two of Gotham is aptly titled, “Rise of the Villains”. In the first season we were introduced to many villains, but they were all smaller versions of the super-villain. The two big mob bosses, Falcone and Maroni were highlighted throughout the first season. As far as crime goes they were the main men, but as far as comic book villains go, they were no super-villains. Towards the end of season one we were introduced to more of the type of villain the young Bruce Wayne will be battling in the future. The Mask, Electrocutioner, Ogre, and Dollmaker. This season begs the question; will Bruce Wayne be ready for these villains? Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 09 November 2015 15:15
While the DC Cinematic Universe is likely to be internet cannon fodder and contentious to the last fanboy it is clear the television division of WB has struck gold in the seasonal superhero series department. For 10 seasons the WB squirmed and experimented and tested ideas on Smallville and when Arrow launched 4 seasons ago the finished formula resulted in the successful ratings launches of The Flash, Gotham and Supergirl and critically acclaimed but canceled Constantine. So leaving out the latter and focusing on the former it is clear that the spines of all these shows follow what has worked with Arrow and any attempt to disguise it is abandoned altogether. Read more...
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