SPOILER WARNING! The first part of DCTV’s mega four-night crossover wasn’t really part of the crossover at all, serving instead to act as the midseason finale for Supergirl and a cameo from Barry and Cisco at the end. Here, the real fun begins as Barry and Cisco drag Supergirl back to their Earth to help ..
MAJOR SPOILERS! There was a time when Arrow was the greatest comic book show on television. It was smart, suspenseful and actually pretty good, with the arc pitting Oliver against Slade in Season 2 being easily among the biggest highlight of the series so far following the exposition-heavy season one. However, it’s a pity that ..
As usual, we have another installment of Comic Television for you. This week unfortunately, there’s no Flash or Arrow but there’s plenty of other dramas that are totally worth watching, such as the season finales of both The Shannara Chronicles and Marvel’s Agent Carter, as well as the return of series like Gotham and Blindspot, starring Thor’s ..
Hello, and welcome to the second instalment of the Comic Television column! I’ll be offering episode synopsis and the occasional photos for a bunch of comic book-related television shows as well as those that should be worth a try anyway. I’ve decided to shake things up a bit in the format from last week, that should just about make ..
A not terribly interesting entry in a not terribly interesting event comic that exists for not terribly interesting reasons
It’s four powerhouse tales in one colossal comic, as some of comics’ most legendary talents launch new tales of Firestorm, Metamorpho, Metal Men and Sugar and Spike—that’s right, Sugar and Spike! This new anthology series will reunite several characters from DC Comics’ rich history with the writers that made them fan favorites: Gerry Conway returns ..
SPOILER WARNING! The first part of the annual Flash and Arrow crossover kicked off earlier this week with an exposition-heavy, but still fun episode that continued to lay the groundwork for the upcoming series Legends of Tomorrow. Focusing on Hawkgirl and Hawkman, the show handled both characters’ introduction to the show very well as it ..
Hawkgirl. Hawkman. The Atom. Rip freaking Hunter. Man, DC’s just going for it with their TV offerings, huh? Between the impressive awesomeness of The Flash and Arrow, it’s a good time to be a DC fan and come January, Legends of Tomorrow promises to keep the comic deep dive alive! Take a gander at this ..