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TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 12 – Baby Jay

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 12 - Baby Jay

By Megan Wilde

“Baby Jay” is a very funny episode, especially toward the end. There are some interesting items brought in this week too, and the Stash gets a visit from Jay Mewes, so that’s always fun. Jay brings his baby daughter, Logan

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 16 – Prisoners

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 16 - Prisoners

By Megan Wilde

This week, there are a few deaths — a couple real, one faked. “Prisoners” has a lot going on, furthering two main story lines: Jim Gordon in prison, and Oswald (as he prefers to be called now) and his newfound

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 11 – Insta-Ming

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 11 - Insta-Ming

By Megan Wilde

“Insta-Ming” really is more of a collection of loosely connected scenes than an overarching story with occasional vignettes. It doesn’t have as much of a main story as when Stan Lee or John Romita Jr. visited the Stash, but it’s

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 15 – East

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 15 - East

By Megan Wilde

This is a long, boring episode that feels like a lot of killing time till they get to the shocker at the end of the season. “East” consists of a lot of people walking around and talking, and not really

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 15 – Mad Grey Dawn

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 15 - Mad Grey Dawn

By Megan Wilde

A lot happens in “Mad Grey Dawn”; this is a good episode. The Riddler gets pretty extreme pretty quickly, Penguin gains a father and a new family, Bruce gets beaten up and loses his fear, and Jim gets framed. There

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 14 – Twice As Far

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 14 - Twice As Far

By Megan Wilde

Oh boy. “Twice As Far” is a doozy. It starts off by lulling us into thinking it will be a rather tame episode, and then — boom, not so tame after all. It begins with a montage of various people

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 10 – Tell ‘Em, Jim Lee!

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 10 - Tell 'Em, Jim Lee!

By Megan Wilde

This week, it’s another great episode as Jim Lee joins the guys at the podcast table — hence the episode title, “Tell ’Em, Jim Lee!” I really like how they are getting a lot of big-name guests from the comics

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 13 – The Same Boat

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 13 - The Same Boat

By Megan Wilde

“The Same Boat” focuses on Carol and Maggie, who have been taken by some of the Saviors, as we saw last week. It’s a tense episode, with lots of suspense and a burst of action at the end that will

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 14 – This Ball of Mud and Meanness

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 14 - This Ball of Mud and Meanness

By Megan Wilde

“This Ball of Mud and Meanness” feels like a season closer, at least at the end. It isn’t, but it has that “ramping up the excitement” feel. Some stories are tied up; others are set up; and the ending seems

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 9 – Suburban Cowboys

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 9 - Suburban Cowboys

By Megan Wilde

If you’ve ever wondered what the Comic Book Men would look like as cowboys, wonder no more. In “Suburban Cowboys,” one of the customers brings in some cowboy comics, which leads to the guys taking a trip to an amusement

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 13 – A Dead Man Feels No Cold

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 13 - A Dead Man Feels No Cold

By Megan Wilde

After last week’s introduction of two new villains, Mr. Freeze and Dr. Strange, “A Dead Man Feels No Cold” gives us a closer look at them. It’s a bit of an uneven episode, bringing some excitement with lots of looks

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 12 – Not Tomorrow Yet

TV REVIEW: The Walking Dead Season 6, Episode 12 - Not Tomorrow Yet

By Megan Wilde

After last week’s setup episode, “Not Tomorrow Yet” has the payoff. Although there’s still no Negan, it has a little bit of almost everything: Action! Story-line movement! Character development! Severed heads! Rick punching a severed head! Nuggets of “wisdom” from

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 8 – Royal Romita

TV REVIEW: Comic Book Men Season 5, Episode 8 - Royal Romita

By Megan Wilde

This week, John Romita Jr. visits the Stash! I suspect Bryan’s not the only one who experiences a nerdgasm. The guys turn into total fanboys when talking to Romita, but that’s not a bad thing. And like the Stan Lee

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 12 – Mr. Freeze

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 12 - Mr. Freeze

By Megan Wilde

The first episode back from the break amps up the villains with the introduction of two eagerly anticipated characters: Mr. Freeze and Dr. Hugo Strange. And thankfully, they are not just a tease — Fries features heavily in the episode,