The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

The first season of Roswell, New Mexico was exciting and addictive. In just 13 episodes, the new CW show proved itself by recreating a familiar world with new elements to make for a truly heartfelt drama. So far, season two doesn’t stray from this. This article won’t spoil the season two premiere from last night, … Continue reading The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season 2 Premiere Gave Us A Lot of Heart and Haunting – Review

Black History: John Diggle’s Top 10 Moments

Fans of the CW’s Arrowverse has had the pleasure to see many good characters grow into great heroes, but it’s time to honor a very special one. In honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to highlight one of my favorite Black characters: John Diggle. (This has Arrow spoilers, so be sure to catch up … Continue reading Black History: John Diggle’s Top 10 Moments

‘Arrow’ Comes to an End with Series Finale, But the Arrowverse Lives On – Recap

Since 2012, Arrow has entertained millions of viewers and paved the way for a new era of superheroes on television. The hit CW show has had its fair share of poor writing, but rest assured that the series ended as strong as it started. Directed by the now legendary James Bamford and written by co-creator … Continue reading ‘Arrow’ Comes to an End with Series Finale, But the Arrowverse Lives On – Recap

The CW’s ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ is a Celebration of the Superhero Genre – Review

The CW has managed to surpass all expectations yet again. It’s no easy feat to make a 5-hour anything consistently entertaining, but the network just does it anyway. Why? Because they can. It’s been said plenty of times about superhero live adaptations and it’ll be said again, but Crisis on Infinite Earths is truly an … Continue reading The CW’s ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ is a Celebration of the Superhero Genre – Review

‘Harley Quinn’ Provides Laughs and Doesn’t Shy Away From Serious Subject Matter – Review

Dr. Harleen Quinzel a.k.a. Harley Quinn has been a staple of DC lore for years and while she has made appearances in various animated shows, animated movies and live-action ones (including the upcoming Birds of Prey), she is one comical character who hasn’t had her own series and it left many always wondering ‘why?’. Well, … Continue reading ‘Harley Quinn’ Provides Laughs and Doesn’t Shy Away From Serious Subject Matter – Review

What You Need to Know Before the CW’s ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’

This Sunday, a crisis is coming. CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths starts Sunday December 8th at 8pm EST with Supergirl. This is a five-night crossover based on a graphic novel that’s about a half-inch thick. After nearly six years of build up, the crossover will cover six shows: The Flash, Batwoman, Arrow, Supergirl, Legends of … Continue reading What You Need to Know Before the CW’s ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’

The Final Season of ‘BoJack Horseman’ Teases Happier and Healthier BoJack – Review

It was announced last month that BoJack Horseman would end after its sixth season, which would be split in half.  The first half premiered last Friday, October 25, and the second half is set to come out January 31. The news came as a surprise to me. I knew the show wasn’t getting as much … Continue reading The Final Season of ‘BoJack Horseman’ Teases Happier and Healthier BoJack – Review

The Final Season of ‘Arrow’ Kicks Off With Promises of Nostalgia and Excitement – Review

It was announced this March that the eighth season of Arrow will be the its final with a ten-episode run. The announcement surprised many fans and critics, but ultimately appeared to be the right move. The CW series has been on the air for seven years and revolutionized superhero TV as a whole, making the … Continue reading The Final Season of ‘Arrow’ Kicks Off With Promises of Nostalgia and Excitement – Review

The CW’s ‘Batwoman’ Knows What It’s Doing and Does it Well – Review

Think you’re tired of superhero adaptations? Think you’ve seen it all? You’re wrong. Check out Batwoman. The CW Arrowverse show twists the classic superhero tropes to make for a deliciously promising tale of a young woman struggling to find her path. It’s relatable until she just ultimately chooses vigilantism instead of community college. Set before … Continue reading The CW’s ‘Batwoman’ Knows What It’s Doing and Does it Well – Review