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Category Archive: TV Editorials

The Essential Guide to The New Batman Adventures

  While the original Batman: The Animated Series is celebrating its 25th Anniversary this year, its successor The New Batman Adventures is marking its 20th anniversary. Airing two years after...

The Essential Guide to Batman: the Animated Series

  This year Batman: the Animated Series (or BTAS) celebrates its 25th anniversary. A highly iconic and impactful series – probably THE most iconic and impactful series featuring the Caped...

Review: Gotham: Tonight’s the Night

This episode of Gotham proved that all episodes featuring Barbara aren’t necessarily garbage-worthy. This is pretty much the only exception, however, so don’t get your hopes up.   Summary of...

Review: Gotham: By Fire

Intro: Wow, what a show! I came into the episode excited by the trailer and looking for another one as well…there was a rumor a Batman-centric Dawn of Justice trailer would air with Gotham, and a...

Review: Gotham: Scarification

You’re welcome, readers. I willfully skipped Monday Night Foo-nah, just joking with you. I DID see the Star Wars trailer, and boy was it mediocre. For all the hype, it merely rehashed the previous...

Review: Gotham: Strike Team

You’re welcome, readers. I missed most of the first quarter in last night’s thrilling Monday Night Football game to bring you this review. While I enjoyed the episode, it was the weakest one of...

Review: Gotham: The Last Laugh

The third episode, named The Last Laugh after Jerome (or so we thought), proved the claims of the cast and crew of a more serialized structure over the course of Rise of the Villains. This episode...

Review: Gotham: Knock Knock

Gotham is already picking up steam this series, and we’ve only had two episodes. This episode was entitled Knock Knock, and continued the trend of delivering on its title. Our new supervillain,...

Review: Gotham: Damned if You Do

Wow! Rise of the Villains saw an impressive debut last night. Be sure to hit the comments for discussion and other notes.   Down to business, the episode began seamlessly from where we left off...

Gotham Season 1 Recap

Hello fellow Batfans! My name is Bruce Dunne, and I’ll be covering Gotham: Rise of the Villains for you this season, which premieres…oh yeah. TONIGHT! This adventure will begin with a brief...

Top 10 Moments from Gotham Season 1

DC All Access has released a new video featuring the top 10 must see moments from Gotham season one.  

DC All Access: Teen Titans Go Easter Eggs

In the latest video from DC All Access, Art director for Teen Titans Go! shows off some of the Easter eggs that have popped up in the show so far.  

Review: Gotham: Beasts of Prey

In “Beasts of Prey”, Jim Gordon is approached by a uniform officer who tells him about unsolved murder case. The officer explains he and some others want to help him clean up the city....

Review: Gotham: Everyone has a Cobblepot

In “Everyone has a Cobblepot”, the case against Arnold Flass has been dropped following Harvey Bullock admission to faking the evidence against Flass. When Gordon confronts him about it,...

Review: Gotham: Red Hood

In “Red Hood”, detectives Jim Gordon and Harvey Bullock investigate a gang of bank robbers led by a man in a red hood. The gang robs banks, and to make their getaway easier, they toss...

Review: Gotham: The Blind Fortune Teller

“The Blind Fortune Teller” centers on the GCPD’s investigation of a fight at Haly’s Circus. The clowns attacked the acrobats, reigniting a decades old feud between circus...

Review: Gotham: The Scarecrow

In “The Scarecrow”, Gotham returns to a multi-story episode. This move is a detriment to the show’s quality.   Jim Gordon and Harvey Bullock continue to track down Gerald Crane...

Review: Gotham: The Fearsome Dr. Crane

“The Fearsome Dr. Crane” opens with a man, tied to a chair and dangling from a Gotham City skyscraper. The next day, the man is discovered dead on the rooftop with a hole in his stomach....

Review: Gotham: Welcome Back, Jim Gordon

“Welcome Back Jim Gordon” is mostly focused on two main storylines. The first involves the fallout following Fish Mooney’s move on Falcone. The other focuses on the GCPD’s...

Review: Gotham: What the Little Bird Told Him

Following the events of “Rogue’s Gallery”, Jack Gruber (Christopher Heyerdahl) is on the loose. The highly electrified former Arkham inmate attacks a man named Irwin, the first of...

Review: Gotham: Rogue’s Gallery

The return of Gotham opens in Arkham Asylum where Jim Gordon, on assignment at Arkham for disciplinary reasons, is supervising a play being put on by the inmates. One of the inmates, the Frogman...

6 Things Gotham Needs To Do When It Returns

  The first half of Gotham’s inaugural season has concluded and I’ve really enjoyed it. However, no show is without its problems. The first season of a show always has its growing pains and...

Review: Gotham: Lovecraft

“Lovecraft” opens with Wayne Manor coming under siege. Hired killers arrive to murder Selina Kyle. Following Alfred’s instructions, Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle run away from the mansion while...

Review: Gotham: Harvey Dent

Following Selina Kyle’s return at the end of last week’s episode, “Harvey Dent” begins with Jim Gordon returning home with Selina Kyle. Gordon discovers that Barbara has left a note saying...

Review: Gotham: The Mask

“The Mask” brings Gotham back to many plots within one episode. The main plot focuses on a murder investigation assigned to Detectives James Gordon and Harvey Bullock. The victim is found with...

Review: Gotham: Penguin’s Umbrella

“Penguin’s Umbrella” picks up right where last week’s episode left off. Jim Gordon is under arrest for the murder of Oswald Cobblepot, but as they are dragging Gordon away, Cobblepot enters...

Review: Gotham: Spirit of the Goat

“The Spirit of the Goat” opens with a flashback to ten years ago. A serial killer, claiming the identity of “the spirit of the goat”, has been targeting the first born child of Gotham...

Review: Gotham: Viper

The fifth episode of Gotham sees Bruce Wayne continue his investigation of the Arkham project and how it relates to the death of his parents. Alfred tries to dissuade his growing interest in the...

Review: Gotham: Arkham

The fourth episode of Gotham opens right where last week’s episode left off, with Oswald Cobblepot paying a visit to Detective Jim Gordon’s apartment. Cobblepot gives a false name to Barbara, and...

Review: Gotham: The Balloonman

Oswald Cobblepot is back! The third episode of Gotham opens, with the future-Penguin arriving back in Gotham on a bus. He looks around and witnesses several crimes and acts of corruption occur. After...