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Category Archive: TV Editorials

Review: Beware the Batman: Sacrifice

“Sacrifice” begins on the docks of Gotham. The League of Assassins are receiving a shipment. Anarky interrupts the transaction and takes out all of the assassins. With their...

Review: Beware the Batman: Control

“Control” begins with an old man (who we later learn is the architect that designed the headquarters for Wayne Industries) alone working. He sees an eerie tube, which we quickly learn is...

Review: Beware the Batman: Allies

“Allies” begins with Tobias Whale robbing a Stagg Industries warehouse. Batman jumps them and apprehends Whale. Shortly thereafter, Gordon and the GCPD arrive. The lieutenant reams out...

Review: Beware the Batman: Family

“Family” begins with Batman and Katana facing off with Silver Monkey and ninjas from the League of Assassins. A smoke bomb is thrown and we jump back to “Six hours earlier.”...

Review: Beware the Batman: Toxic

“Toxic” opens up at Stagg industries where Simon Stagg’s daughter is making out with security guard, Rex Mason. While they are sharing in their secret romance, there is a crash...

Review: Beware the Batman: Broken

Our fifth adventure with Beware the Batman opens with the discovery of a large toy soldier in Gotham. It is reveled shortly thereafter that the toy soldier’s gun works and will fire at people...

Review: Beware the Batman: Safe

Episode four begins with an introduction of two important elements of the show. The ion cortex and its creator Dr. Burr. The ion cortex is a new energy source that could provide the entire world with...

Review: Beware the Batman: Tests

Episode three also begins with an epic Batman entrance. Two young ruffians are vandalizing a store and at one point one of them says that “this is justice.” This is when Batman steps out...

Review: Beware the Batman: Secrets

Episode two of Beware the Batman begins with Batman confronting a female villain (named Magpie) who, according to Batman, has robbed six warehouses thus far. We learn that her motive is not greed,...

Review: Beware the Batman: Hunted

This ill-fated series begins with a bang. We see a nameless thug being intimidated by Batman. At first, Batman is just a voice in the shadows talking to thug and messing with his mind, but then...

Trailer Review: Gotham

  Fox has announced that it has picked the series up. This may be both a sign of faith in the production and an acknowledgement of the bankability of any property associated with Bruce Wayne. As...

BTAS Review: Heart Of Ice

  Episode 14: Heart Of Ice Written By: Paul Dini Directed By: Bruce W. Timm Original Air Date: 09/07/92   “Batman: The Animated Series” is remembered for doing a lot of great...

BTAS Review: I’ve Got Batman In My Basement

  Episode 13: I’ve Got Batman In My Basement Written By: Sam Graham & Chris Hubbell Directed By: Frank Paur Original Air Date: 09/30/92   It had to happen at some point. But...

BTAS Review: It’s Never Too Late

  Episode 12: It’s Never Too Late Story By: Tom Ruegger Teleplay By: Garin Wolf Directed By: Boyd Kirkland Original Air Date: 09/10/92   “It’s Never Too Late” is an...

DCU Spotlight: Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines

  Wonder Women! traces the birth, evolution, and legacy of Wonder Woman.  This documentary looks at how popular representations of powerful women often reflect society’s anxieties...

BTAS Review: Two-Face Part 2

  Episode 11: Two-Face Part 2 Written By: Randy Rogel Directed By: Kevin Altieri Original Air Date: 09/28/92   After a fantastic first part to the two-part episode “Two-Face,”...

BTAS Review: Two-Face

  Episode 10: Two-Face Story By: Alan Burnett Teleplay By: Randy Rogel Directed By: Kevin Altieri Original Air Date: 09/25/92   After making appearances in two previous episodes (“On...

BTAS Review: Be A Clown

  Episode 09: Be A Clown Written By: Ted Pedersen & Steve Hayes Directed By: Frank Paur Original Air Date: 09/16/92   Having a child runaway from home, is no doubt a traumatic and...

Shipper Spotlight Halloween Special 2012

    Solomon Grundy,     Born on a Monday,     Christened on Tuesday,     Married on Wednesday,     Took ill on Thursday,...

BTAS Review: The Forgotten

  Episode 08: The Forgotten Written By: Jules Dennis, Richard Mueller and Sean Catherine Derek Directed By: Boyd Kirkland Original Air Date: 10/08/92   When I think of some of the more...

BTAS Review: P.O.V.

  Episode 07: P.O.V. Story By: Mitch Brian Teleplay By: Sean Catherine Derek & Laren Bright Directed By: Kevin Altieri Original Air Date: 09/18/92   If you were to have an encounter...

Review: Young Justice: Dangerous Secrets

The newest release from Warner Bros. related to the DC Universe is a collection of fourteen episodes of Young Justice. These fourteen episodes are the last episodes of season one as the previous...