Warning! Spoilers! Despite the mostly wasted potential of “Flashpoint”, it didn’t take long for The Flash to return to its basic ‘metahumans of the week’ approach as Harrison Wells and Jessie returned from Earth 2 to shake things up a bit. Like pretty much everyone else, Wells is annoyed at Barry for going back and ..
Spoiler Warning! This week’s episode of The Flash puts Barry into the alternate timeline created by his successful attempt to stop his past-self from saving his mother and creating another alternate timeline with even worse consequences. But here it appears that there are subtle changes in this reality that may not quite be as drastic as ..
Here’s a spoiler-free review of Supergirl’s Season 2 Premiere. I won’t be able to cover the series on a weekly basis as I am covering both Arrow and The Flash already, but will do a more in-depth season review once the show concludes! The CW now has another superhero show to add to their ranks following its departure from CBS ..
Major Spoiler Warning! It’s safe to say that Arrow hasn’t been exactly great these last couple of seasons. Despite fairly solid starts, both Seasons Three and Four descended into complete mediocrity by their ends, which is a real shame especially when Arrow Season Two remains probably the high point of not just that particular series, ..
This is a spoiler free of the first episode of Netflix’s Luke Cage. Future reviews of the series will contain spoilers. Netflix has been given us plenty of awesome Marvel content ever since Daredevil, and now we finally get to see Luke Cage in its entirety which dropped last weekend, and was devoured by so many that for ..
Major Spoiler Warning! The Flash flipped the tables on its established universe by turning everything on its head in the second season finale by having Barry Allen travel back in time and save his mother from the hands of The Reverse Flash Eobard Thawne. This event kick-started a new Flashpoint alternative timeline borrowed from the ..
Ultimately, and unsurprisingly, it cannot quite top the greatness of both Akira Kurosawa and John Sturges
A reminder as to why camping alone in the woods is a bad move
It’s smart, well written and engaging from start to finish, emerging as essential reading for fans of the character
Everything is pretty great across the board with the potential to just get better and better as the event goes on