Gotham Continues to Impress

October 6, 2015

By Connor Risenhoover Fox has only aired two episodes of Gotham’s second season, but the improvements in the direction of the show have drastically changed the feel of this take on the origins of Batman. Gotham’s […]

DC Quietly Builds a Universe

July 18, 2015

By Connor Risenhoover The spotlight is squarely on Marvel as its latest release, Ant-Man, is scoring well with critics and endearing itself to the audience. Marvel deserves to bask in the glow of this narrative […]

The Superhero Landscape Is Expanding: Strap In

June 11, 2015

By Ethan Harmon The superhero genre is exploding, and the latest sequel to the Avengers franchise is only the beginning. Marvel has movies lined up to 2020 along with several Netflix series, DC is competing […]

“Arrow” Season Three Recap

May 19, 2015

By Alex Gustafson With the conclusion of the third season of the CW’s Arrow, which I enjoyed the most since the series debuted in October 2012. Season three began with Sara Lance’s death in “The […]

Batman: Arkham Knight Has Been Rated “M”

March 10, 2015

By Reginald Allen  While you won’t be seeing Batman go head-to-head with Superman on the big screen until next March, you definitely won’t be seeing him on your gaming console if you are under the […]

Darker Stories: Better or Overused?

December 10, 2013

By Ethan Harmon It seems that some movies, TV shows, comic books and other forms of entertainment are going for a darker tone. For example, if you look back at The Dark Knight Trilogy, much […]

Why Comic Books Matter

October 20, 2013

By Ethan Harmon In recent years, comic book characters have grown beyond pages and inks and have exploded on the silver screen, becoming a world-wide phenomenon. It is strange, though, for comics to suddenly have […]