Batman TV

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 5: Pretty Poison

By: Adam Basciano “When Harvey Dent is poisoned with derivative from an extinct flower, Batman must hunt down the assailant who has the antidote, the villainous plant fanatic Poison Ivy.” Along with Catwoman, Poison Ivy is one of the all time sexiest vixens in comic book history. As far as the DVD set, Poison Ivy […]

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 4 – The Last Laugh

By: Adam Basciano “The Joker’s plot to send all of Gotham into insanity with Joker-gas from a garbage scow leads to a battle on the water.” Four episodes into the DVD set, and already this is the second episode starring The Joker. Not that I’m complaining of course, because the character is written so well, […]

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 3: Nothing To Fear

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 3: Nothing To Fear

By: Adam Basciano “Batman faces off against the Scarecrow whose fear gas makes the superhero afraid of disgracing the Wayne name.” This episode marks the first appearance of Jonathan Crane aka The Scarecrow into the DC Animated Universe. Unlike with Batman, who pre-existed in this animated world, prior to when we first see him, this […]

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 2: “Christmas With The Joker”

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 2: “Christmas With The Joker”

By: Adam Basciano “On Christmas Eve, Joker broadcasts a pirate Christmas special on television. Batman and Robin have until midnight to fight their way past Joker’s traps hidden all over town and rescue Commissioner Gordon, Harvey Bullock, and Summer Gleeson.” If you look on IMDB, this episode is listed at #38 of Season 1, but […]

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 1: On Leather Wings

TV Review: Batman: The Animated Series – Season 1 Episode 1: On Leather Wings

By: Adam Basciano “Batman finds himself tangling with a Jekyll-and-Hyde bat creature after it attacks a night watchman and the police wage a war on the Dark Knight. “ Batman: The Animated Series is a classic show and piece of Batman history. Every classic show needs to start somewhere, and for Batman : TAS, it’s “On […]

Supergirl Soars To Ratings Success + Hell Is About To Freeze Over In GOTHAM!

Supergirl Soars To Ratings Success + Hell Is About To Freeze Over In GOTHAM!

By: Adam Basciano Supergirl is one of this season’s most highly anticipated, and highly promoted new series of the television season.  That promotion and anticipation allowed Supergirl to soar to a powerful debut ratings wise.  “In Nielsen’s national estimates, “Supergirl” averaged a 3.1 rating/10 share in adults 18-49 and 12.95 million viewers overall from 8:30 […]

New GOTHAM Villain Could Be A Classic Baddie + Will George Miller Direct Man of Steel Sequel!?

New GOTHAM Villain Could Be A Classic Baddie + Will George Miller Direct Man of Steel Sequel!?

By: Adam Basciano Gotham begins its second season September 21 on Fox. Several new villains will be included to replace the ones who met their end in season 1.  Actor James Frain is set to play Theo Galavan, who arrives in Gotham as a prodigal son returning. He comes from a very wealthy family with ancient […]

TV Review: GOTHAM – Season 1 Episode 18: “Everyone Has A Cobblepot”

TV Review: GOTHAM – Season 1 Episode 18: “Everyone Has A Cobblepot”

By: Darryl Frisbie We begin where the last one ended, with Alfred lying in his hospital bed but this time he is more self-aware and can speak. Gordon insists on knowing if Alfred knew who his attempted murderer was but Alfred withholds that information from him. Bruce is confused and asks Alfred why he didn’t confess and […]

Batman 66′ To Get An Animated Film + Daredevil Character Posters!

By: Adam Basciano Holy Awesome News Batman! Fans of the Adam West “Batman” television series have had a really good year, with a great digital first comic book, and the show finally getting released on Blu-Ray & DVD in quite a comprehensive set.  Next year, 2016 will mark the 50th anniversary of the series, and […]

TV Review: GOTHAM – Season 1 Episode 17: “Red Hood”

By: Darryl Frisbie We open to a bank robbery and the last man to follow puts on a red hood. His other comrades look at him like he is an idiot but he is very jovial and nonchalant over the matter. In fact, the mask makes him feel empowered and he becomes their arrogant leader. […]