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16 May 2016

Fishy | Gotham “A Legion of Horribles” Review

Gotham brought back some old foes in “A Legion of Horribles.” As was shown throughout various promotional material and strongly assumed to happen this season, we get the return of the character everyone loved to hate, Fish Mooney. Penguin threw her off a cliff, but what is dead doesn’t seem

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09 May 2016

Boom! | Gotham “Unleashed” Review

Television shows always have that difficult balance to adhere to. Many don’t want to go the “villain-of-the-week” route, but they also don’t want to have a single strong villain hanging around for the show’s entirety. The latest episode of Gotham, “Unleashed,” provides the ending of a storyline I assumed the

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02 May 2016

Set Loose | Gotham “Azrael” Review

The second season of Gotham is certainly upping the ante and revealing more and more villains to us, as well as further developing some fantastic villains from Batman’s Rogues Gallery. This episode does a great job of further developing the storylines for Jim Gordon and Edward Nygma, all the while

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18 Apr 2016

Killer…Croc? | Gotham “Pinewood” Review

There hasn’t been a flawed episode this season of Gotham and, unlike the beginnings of the previous season, screentime is nicely distributed amongst just about everyone. The latest episode, “Pinewood,” is the first time we get to see Bruce relentlessly pursue the cryptic-project-named files within his father’s secret computer. After

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11 Apr 2016

Yum | Gotham “Into The Woods” Review

This episode of Gotham  provides a fantastic closure to a handful of distinct storylines while opening others. Gotham has easily been one of the best comic related properties on television and if “Into The Woods” is anything to go by, Gotham doesn’t look to be slowing down anytime soon. Gotham

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28 Mar 2016

Family Matters | Gotham “Prisoners” Review

Gotham has been operating at quite a hefty pace, and we get two very specific plotlines which have huge implications in the future. “Prisoners” dove into family matters for both Penguin and Jim Gordon. Taking the word literally, we get to see how Jim is dealing with his new life

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21 Mar 2016

La La La La… | Gotham “Mad grey Dawn” Review

Gotham has been quite spectacular after its freshman start, and there is certainly no Sophomore slump here. Up until this point, the showrunners have been ratcheting up the intensity and the violence, and it only continues in “Mad Grey Dawn.” This week’s episode is one of particular note as we

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14 Mar 2016

Matches | Gotham “This Ball of Mud and Meanness” Review

Gotham’s latest episode, “Ball of Mud and Meanness” has given our first in-depth look into Bruce Wayne since the winter break, and it did quite the job at that. Delving further into Professor Strange and Penguin’s psychosis bookended this fantastic episode. Bruce Wayne has been hot on the trail to

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07 Mar 2016

Ice Cold | Gotham “A Dead Man Feels No Cold” Review

Gotham’s first episode back from the winter break did a fantastic job showing us how Victor Fries turned from caring husband to overbearing psychopath, and “A Dead Man Feels No Cold,” went through with this idea in quite a spectacular way. Mr. Freeze gets a pretty bad reputation, mainly from

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29 Feb 2016

Walking Popsicle | Gotham “Mr. Freeze” Review

Gotham is back in a spectacular way with the latest episode, “ Mr Freeze,” after a lengthy fall break. Gotham sped along quite nicely up until the break, and they revel back with a solid episode delving into two huge characters of Batman mythos. As the title suggests, Mr. Freeze

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30 Nov 2015

Ice Cold | Gotham “Worse Than A Crime” Review

Gotham has steamrolled its way to the midseason finale with a fantastic compliment of twists and turns. All the characters are finally coming into their own, and we are getting a more definitive picture as to what will shape these characters in the years to come. With torrid pace, did

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23 Nov 2015

D for Dumas | Gotham “The Son of Gotham” Review

We are quickly approaching Gotham’s fall finale, and we’ve been going at a breakneck pace since the first episode of the season. “The Son of Gotham” drives this momentum even further, and we finally get to see what the Dumas are all about. The Dumas, as you may recall from

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