PapaMidnite
11 Nov 2014

The Reveal of Papa Midnite | Constantine “The Devil’s Vinyl” Review

Constantine’s third episode, “The Devil’s Vinyl,” puts us face to face with a soul broker, one who makes deals with people for their souls. The episode starts off with a woman, Jasmine Fell, finding an old vinyl record buried inside of a wall. Naturally, this can only be a bad

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Gotham_PenUmb
04 Nov 2014

Bullet Or A Beating | Gotham “Penguin’s Umbrella” Review

Gotham’s seventh episode, “Penguin’s Umbrella,” provided us with something the series has yet to deliver, a solid episode amongst the entire cast. Thus far, Gotham has given us plenty of uneven episodes and very few twists to its story; boy did that change this week. The show opens with Gordon

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ConstantineEp2
03 Nov 2014

Have a Little Faith | Constantine “The Darkness Beneath” Review

In episode two of Constantine, “The Darkness Beneath,” John Constantine uses the map that Liv left to find where the next demon will attack. The map takes him to a small mining town in Pennsylvania where miners are being killers in unexplainable ways. Unfortunately for this episode, Chas was not

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TheFlashEp4
29 Oct 2014

Balicity? | The Flash “Going Rogue” Review

The Flash is back, and the latest episode, “Going Rogue,” was jam packed with everything you could ever want in a superhero tv show. It had a great villain in Captain Cold, a nice guest star with Felicity and more emotional episode from open to close. The script may not

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GothamEp6
28 Oct 2014

Holy Ghost On A Bicycle | Gotham “Spirit Of The Goat” Review

Gotham’s sixth episode, “Spirit Of The Goat,” sees Gotham’s one percenters being picked off by a supposed copy-cat killer from 10 years ago, The Goat. His signature? Sewing a Liberty Penny into the necks of his victims while wearing a mask that looks eerily similar to the Scarecrow’s. Will Bullock

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Constantine
26 Oct 2014

Light’s Out | Constantine “Non Est Asylum” Review

These days, audiences seem to embrace the anti-hero. Welcome to the fold, Constantine, one of DC Comic’s snarkiest anti-heroes. According to his business card, John Constantine is an Exorcist, Demonologist, and Master of the Dark Arts. In sarcastic fashion, Constantine continuously mocks himself about being a Master by saying that

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TheFlash_Ep3
22 Oct 2014

We Win | The Flash “Things You Can’t Out Run” Review

The Flash is back with another great episode in, “Things You Can’t Out Run.” It’s interesting that the show has been able to keep up week after week with outstanding episodes. The show has been hitting all the right strides, and this week is no exception. Barry Allen is such

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TheFlashEp2
15 Oct 2014

850 Tacos! | The Flash “Fastest Man Alive” Review

The Flash is back with its second episode, “Fastest Man Alive,” and what an episode it was. Second episodes can do wonders for shows, especially if Pilots are shaky. But, as you read in the previous review, The Flash’s Pilot was absolutely flawless. So, could the second episode of The

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GothamEp4
14 Oct 2014

Gotham Is My Home| Gotham “Arkham” Review

Our latest trip to Gotham in Episode 4, “Arkham,” was met with a few uneven scenes, but the episode overall was a step up from last week. Cobblepot stole the show as usual, but we were also given another awkward villain encounter, deeper insight into the Mob war that’s about

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TheFlash_Featured
08 Oct 2014

In The Eye of The Storm | The Flash “Pilot” Review

The popularity of superheroes is at an all-time high. They are permeating every form of media imaginable, and the DC superheroes in particular have a lock on your television screen. From Gotham to Arrow and now The Flash, I had my fears that The Flash would falter solely due to

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Gotham_ep3
07 Oct 2014

What Goes Up, Must Come Down | Gotham “Balloonman” Review

As we continue our ascent into Gotham, it’s clear that Gotham city is far more corrupt than we could have ever imagined, and we get our first vigilante in Gotham. Vigilantism is the staple of Gotham, and we were given quite a comical look at the vigilante, Balloonman. Posing as

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Gotham_ Title
23 Sep 2014

Can Gotham Survive Without Batman? | Gotham “Pilot” Review

We all know the origin story of the Caped Crusader. The untimely demise of Bruce Wayne’s parents has been delved into by the countless iterations of Batman media, and it started the series off with a bang, well, two to be exact. Gotham, Fox’s new cornerstone series for Monday, has

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