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TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 – A Legion of Horribles

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 21 - A Legion of Horribles

By Megan Wilde

“A Legion of Horribles” certainly lives up to its name. There are a lot of horribles in this episode: Nygma! Firefly! Strange! Clayface! And Fish is back, bitch! This is a fun episode, if you don’t take it too seriously

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 20 – Unleashed

By Megan Wilde

This week, Gotham gets back to form with an episode that has lots going on and lots of action — and also more than the usual amount of meta, which I for one appreciate. “Unleashed” finds Azrael, well, unleashed, Bruce

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 18 – Pinewood

By Megan Wilde

Gotham episode 18 entitled “Pinewood” is an interesting one, for many reasons. It gives us some more information — not all good — about the Waynes; it shows us a new Barbara Kean; it introduces an interesting new character, only to

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 – Into the Woods

TV REVIEW: Gotham Season 2, Episode 17 - Into the Woods

By Megan Wilde

“Into the Woods” brings us back from the short break with a bang! A lot happens. Jim is the most interesting he’s been in a while, Nygma reveals his true self, Bruce plays Robin Hood, Barbara is awake, and Penguin

COMIC REVIEW: Batman #50 – Welcome Back, Bruce

COMIC REVIEW: Batman #50 - Welcome Back, Bruce

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Scott Snyder Artists: Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Plascencia, Yanick Paquette, Nathan Fairbairn, Steve Wands $5.99 DC Comics In the nearly five years since Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo became the creative team behind Batman, DC’s staple character and

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: 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

CBMB: Lauren Cohan Surprise Role in Batman v Superman Revealed

By Muuka Muyumba

British-American actor Lauren Cohan is surely best known as Maggie Greene on another fanboy favorite, The Walking Dead, but has recently been revealed as the Martha Wayne to Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Thomas Wayne of the DC Films universe. Batman v

COMIC REVIEW: Batman / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2

COMIC REVIEW: Batman / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: James Tynion IV Artists: Freddie E. Williams II, Jeremy Colwell, Tom Napolitano $3.99 DC Comics Last month, the DC Universe crossed paths with IDW Publishing and became an unlikely home to the Heroes in a Half Shell. Batman /

COMIC REVIEW: Superman: American Alien #3 – Parrot

COMIC REVIEW: Superman: American Alien #3 - Parrot

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Max Landis Artists: Joelle Jones, Rico Renzi, John Workman $3.99 DC Comics Writer Max Landis set out to re-envision a DCU staple with Superman: American Alien, and well, he’s definitely succeeded at that. The series takes a look at

COMIC REVIEW: The Dark Knight III: The Master Race – Two

COMIC REVIEW: The Dark Knight III: The Master Race - Two

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writers: Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello Artists: Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson, Brad Anderson, Clem Robins, Eduardo Risso, Trish Mulvihill $5.99 DC Comics Last month, comic fans finally got the chance to break the tension felt after ten years of waiting for

THE BLOTTER: Murder in Gotham

THE BLOTTER: Murder in Gotham

By Vernon Miles

The Blotter is an ongoing column by Alexandria Gazette reporter Vernon Miles about comic book topics featuring insight from real world experts. — The apartment is empty, except for the dead body in the living room. The lights are turned

COMIC REVIEW: Batman #47 – The Gotham Card

COMIC REVIEW: Batman #47 - The Gotham Card

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writer: Scott Snyder Artists: Greg Capullo, Danny Miki, FCO Plascencia, Steve Wands $3.99 DC Comics Last month, I sat here and reviewed a Batman that was having some growing pains. I told you about how the story lines may have

COMIC REVIEW – Dark Knight III: The Master Race – Book One

By Buddy Beaudoin

Writers: Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello Artists: Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson, Brad Anderson, Clem Robins $5.99 DC Comics In the mid 1980s, Frank Miller had a vision that, for better or worse, changed everything people thought they knew about Batman. He