After only 5 episodes on NBC, the spy drama and thriller Allegiance has been cancelled. The pilot opened with over 5 million viewers, but subsequently dropped to under 3.5 million viewers after. The show was in a historical difficult time slot, showing at 10pm on the network. The time slot will now be filled by The Slap, […]Read more "Allegiance Cancelled"
When Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. first came out, I was first in line to watch. It was Marvel. It was Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg). Who wouldn’t want to watch? So I tuned in the first week. And the second week. And the third week. And somewhere after that, I lost interest. It quite literally took me […]Read more "Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D – Season 1"
Monday has come and gone! Fear not, the next 5 guests for the International Comic Con in San Diego have been announced. As July draws closer, keep an eye out to see if your favorite artists, authors, etc. are coming too! David Aja, Artist, Hawkeye, Immortal Iron Fist Allie Brosh, Author, Hyperbole and a Half […]Read more "SDCC 2015 New Guest Announcements"
CW is utilizing the talents of Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggeinhem, and Greg Berlanti to the fullest extent, teasing another DC superhero show in development. Due to the unparalleled success of Arrow and now The Flash, it is not surprising that the CW would bite onto the comic book hook. We have heard teasing of a spin-off series […]Read more "CW Superhero Spin-Off"
Casting for CBS’s Supergirl is moving at a brisk pace. Approximately a month ago, we learned that Melissa Benoist would be playing the lead, as our Kryptonian hero. And the casting process has been non-stop since then. In a pleasant twist, DC alumni Dean Cain and Helen Slater join the cast (roles yet unknown) of the […]Read more "Supergirl Who’s Who"
This week on Arrow we have found many of our characters to be in a state of flux. Ep. 15 “Nanda Parbat” was all about changing the status quo – as if they haven’t done that enough already this season. If you aren’t caught up on the show, now is a good time to stop reading. […]Read more "Review: Arrow – Ep. 15 “Nanda Parbat”"
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for the next announcement from San Diego Comic Con for 5 more guests who will be attending the convention. This week promises a wide variety of talent, from artists to writers to cartoonists. Any of these names familiar? SDCC will be here before you know it. Check out the […]Read more "SDCC Fourth Wave of Guests Announced"
CBS has found their Supergirl in Melissa Benoist. They have found their Jimmy Olsen in Mehcad Brooks. The casting process has continued, and we now know who Supergirl’s biological mother will be. Alura, from Krypton, sent her daughter from the doomed planet to Earth (much the same as Clark Kent’s story begins) where Kara’s journey […]Read more "Casting Continues for Supergirl"
Gotham has introduced yet more characters from the Batman canon in ep. 16 “The Blind Fortune Teller.” Last week teased a trip to the circus, and this episode was definitely a circus, in more ways than one. “The Blind Fortune Teller” introduced us to a character we believe to be the Joker, while also introducing […]Read more "Review: Gotham – Ep. 16 “The Blind Fortune Teller”"
Firestorm. Firestorm. Firestorm. This week’s episode of The Flash was all about Firestorm. And time travel. I am definitely not complaining. The wait for the development of Firestorm as a potential superhero with the ability to transmutate has been a slow burn. (Oh yes, pun intended.) Last weeks’ episode of The Flash left us with Barry Allen […]Read more "Review: The Flash – Ep. 14 “Fallout”"