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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 1, Episode 9 “Loyal Subjekts”

Well, then. Superman & Lois sure knows how to leave you wanting more, doesn’t it? “Loyal Subjekts” builds on last week’s theme – people feeling inadequate – and explores a new difficulty families face. It also ramps up the Morgan Edge plot considerably, with some big surprises that s...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 12 “Good-Bye Vibrations”

Why does The Flash insist on sending off its departing stars with lackluster episodes? Harrison Wells got the dull, weightless “All’s Wells That Ends Wells,” and now Cisco is stuck with “Good-Bye Vibrations” (because he used to be Vibe, hardy-har-har). While the final moments are fitting f...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 1, Episode 8 “Holding the Wrench”

With “Holding the Wrench,” Superman & Lois proves it won’t be going through many growing pains in its first season. This show doesn’t need to find its footing, having mastered how to tell a long-form story with just enough forward momentum to make each episode crucial to the arc. At the ...

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REVIEW: Superman & Lois – Season 1, Episode 7 “Man of Steel”

While “Broken Trust” focused mostly on the Kent family drama, “Man of Steel” kicks the season’s plot into high gear with a couple of big reveals that put a new perspective on Captain Luthor’s mission. Jon and Jordan aren’t sidelined completely, though, and Superman & Lois proves on...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 11 “Family Matters Part 2”

“Family Matters Part 2,” the maddeningly uneven follow-up to last week’s cliffhanger, has some wonderful moments and a great thematic structure but dilutes that with awful dialogue, a shockingly bad subplot, and an overcomplication of the Forces and their natures. In the end, it’s a muddle o...

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The CW Releases New Image of Jordan Fisher as Impulse

When The CW announced that they would be producing a live-action Flash television series, fans of DC’s Fastest man Alive were ecstatic. There had not been a live-action representation of the iconic Scarlet Speedster since John Wesley Shipp portrayed the Silver Age hero, Barry Allen, in 1991 (...

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