Tag: DC Comics

Michael Keaton’s Batman Finally Confirmed for The Flash

After initially saying he was hesitant to appear in The Flash due to COVID concerns, Michael Keaton has officially been revealed to be reprising his role as Batman from the classic 1989 blockbuster of the same name.  In an interview with Deadline back in March, Keaton said: “It’s Covid. I...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 7 “Growing Pains”

“Growing Pains” is more important than it feels. It doesn’t add much to the season’s arc, but it takes two of the main characters in the direction the show wants them to go. However, while one is generally handled well, the other is rushed and short-shrifted, feeling like an afterthought whe...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 6 “The One with the Nineties”

I’m starting to sound like a broken record, but “The One with the Nineties” is another okay episode of The Flash. What stings is, it should have been great, and parts of it are fun and inspired. There’s even a genuinely touching moment centering on a character I don’t particularly like. Bu...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 5 “Fear Me”

“Fear Me” is The Flash at its most mediocre. It isn’t as abysmally bad as some of the worst episodes, but it doesn’t break any new ground either. It sheds new light on Caitlin and Frost, but it says things about Barry we already knew, and it’s saddled with a derivative villain that isn’t...

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Titans and Young Justice: A Comparison

Lately, I’ve been watching a lot of DC movies and TV shows I’ve missed throughout the years. I’ve had more time to watch TV, and HBO Max seemingly has everything they’ve put out, making it more convenient to catch up. Much of what I’ve seen has been unimpressive and unr...

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The Suicide Squad Trailer Knows Lots of Bad Words

As director James Gunn promised on his Twitter feed, a red-band trailer for The Suicide Squad arrived online today. Also joining the advertising campaign are some individual character posters – and one outstanding ensemble one. A sequel to David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad (though minus a number i...

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