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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
Once again, Montreal Comiccon has come and gone and it was an absolute blast! And this year seems to have been one of the best, with guests, attendees and exhibitors all expressing their pleasure with how things were put together this year! It looks like this convention has come a long way! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Monday, 12 June 2017 12:56
The world is less fun today. Adam West, TV's Batman has died. He passed Friday, June 9th, 2017. I have written a full bio for Adam West before, so I will give only the more salient facts here. Adam West was born on September 19th, 1928 in Walla Walla Washington. West was drafted into the Unite States Army, where he served as an announcer on Armed Forces Network Television. Read more...
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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...
Published in Movies & TV
Monday, 14 November 2016 18:27
So a few weeks back I made a list of the Greatest Marvel Cartoons Of All Time, and it was so fun and popular I thought I would give it a shot for the other team, DC Comics. And let’s be honest, this is going to be the most difficult list to put together!! Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
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...
Published in Movies & TV
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...
Published in Movies & TV
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
Wednesday, 13 January 2016 16:53
"Greetings and Salutations, Anniversary boy!" -- The Riddler to Batman in the 45th Bat-Episode of Season 2 of the BATMAN TV Series (it aired on February 8th, 1967)! Come on, did you think that THIS Bat-Fan would FORGET the Anniversary of the small screen debut of one of his all time favorite TV shows? Especially a show that is featuring two of his all time FAVORITE super heroes, BATMAN and ROBIN?!?! A show that I still love an watch today? Uh-Uh. Like many other children across the world, I grew up on the live action antics of the Caped Crusaders! I vividly remember racing home from school, going into the bedroom, stretching out on the bed, and watching Batman! Much ado was made in 1966 about how Batman was filmed "in COLOR!" But, I first saw the show on an old 13 inch black and white television set, complete with rabbit ears(who remembers "rabbit ears?")! Color or Black and White, it did not matter! I loved the show! I watched the whole series  (well, MOSTLY, but I'll get into THAT a little later) over and over again! And the show was influential in other areas as well. Read more...
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