30 Oct 2016

Tea Party | Gotham ” Follow the White Rabbit” Review

The Jervis Tetch storyline continues in the latest episode of Gotham, “Follow the White Rabbit.” Tetch’s storyline is one of two big plot lines that permeate throughout the entire episode; the other being a huge storyline with the love between Nygma and Cobble pot that is developing. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed

23 Oct 2016

Bromance | Gotham “Anything for You” Review

Gotham is generally pretty easy to predict, especially considering we’ve all seen comics and/or some form of media that depicts what is to come. But “Anything for You” is loaded with twists and turns, many of which you don’t see coming. It’s still a little bizarre that Oswald Cobblepot has

10 Oct 2016

Through The Looking Glass | Gotham “New Day Rising” Review

Episode four of Gotham, “New Day Rising,” is an early turning point for the various villains across Gotham City. It appears that Mad Hatter is going to be getting Madder, and Oswald Cobblepot is adding a new job to his resume. Oh how far Cobblepot has come from being the

03 Oct 2016

Wonderland | Gotham “Look Into My Eyes” Review

The Batman universe is chock-full of interesting characters on both sides of the spectrum, but their villains certainly stand out above all. Gotham has done a pretty good job of conveying the various villains, even if you feel that they bloated the villain name dropping at times. This week, we

30 Sep 2016

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 2: “Children of Arkham”

After what felt like the longest wait ever, we finally have the second episode of Telltale’s take on the Batman Universe, Children of Arkham. The first episode was greeted with overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and fans alike, and Episode 2 certainly continues that trend. Episode 1, Realm of Shadows,

29 Sep 2016

Gotham Mad City: “Burn The Witch” Review

“Burn The Witch,” the second episode of the Sophomore season of Gotham, is slowly leading the show to some potentially interesting place; although, I’m not really sure in what direction. Burn The Witch has given us two of the better “sentimental” scenes in the spot on dark and gritty Gotham

25 Sep 2016

Jim Gordon: Bounty Hunter | Gotham “Mad City: Better to Reign in Hell…” Review

Gotham is back and continuing the trend of being absolutely insane. Last season ended with the monsters of Indian Hill breaking out, and that is clearly going to be the lead-in to seeing more baddies from Batman’s Rogue’s Gallery. Aside from seeing more villains, Jim is taking quite the turn

22 Aug 2016

Batman – The Telltale Series: ‘Realm of Shadows’ Episode 1 Review

There’s no bigger comics hero in any form of media than Batman. That just so happens to be its biggest strength and its curse. Getting such an iconic character “right” varies between which variation the specific person prefers. Rocksteady reignited the passion for the Caped Crusader in video game form,

23 Jul 2016

DC reveals Justice League Trailer at SDCC

If you’re like me, you can’t wait to finally see the Justice League movie come to life on the big screen. It does look like the trailer is a very early cut, but here’s a taste at the tone and characters seen in the movie. For what it’s worth, Aquaman

21 Jul 2016

SDCC 2016: First Look Justice League Action

Here’s a first look at Justice League Action over from San Diego Comic Con. Justice league Action will be appearing on Cartoon Network with no release date as of yet. JLA will be featuring an all star cast featuring Kevin Conroy (Batman), Mark Hamil (Joker), and many more.

19 Jul 2016

BATMAN: The Telltale Series Trailer Swoops In

The official trailer for Telltale Games’ Batman series just released, and it looks interesting. The game promises to juggle both Batman’s crime fighting and Bruce Wayne’s relationships. The first episode seems to revolve around Harvey Dent before his transformation into TwoFace when he’s running for district attorney. Episode one of

23 May 2016

Touching | Gotham “Transference” Review

After an absolutely fantastic season leading up until this point, we’ve finally reached the finale of season two of Gotham. Season two was night and day from its rocky beginnings in season one and certainly set up the series for a solid season three. But, did the finale “Transference” match