Welcome to the first ever Flash Potshots, where we review episodes of The Flash on the CW. We started too late to review the first season episodes, but we can always make up for it with the second season. We already have some idea of the new status quo…let’s see how this works out. Here is our review of The Man Who Saved Central City…potshot style.
Welcome back to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Potshots, where we review episodes of the series. Today’s episode is entitled Purpose in the Machine, a title that makes more sense after you watch the episode. Let’s do, shall we?
It is the end of (brief) era. This is the last Vixen episode to be reviewed. Considering that soon we will be reviewing Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and The Flash on a weekly basis, our Tuesdays were going to fill up anyhow. Anyways, here is our look at the final episode…at least until it is possibly renewed.
Welcome back to Vixen Potshots, where we review the latest Vixen cartoon on CW Seed. Last we saw our heroine she was in deep doo doo…as usual. Continue reading
Welcome back to Vixen Potshots, where we review the episodes of Vixen shown on CW Seed.com. We are now at the fourth episode, where we find the Arrow and Flash trying to talk to our heroine Mari. Continue reading
Welcome back to Vixen Potshots, where we review the latest episode of Vixen on CW Seed.com. This is the third episode, where in the previews we know that Vixen “vibes” someone’s hormones. Continue reading
Welcome back to Vixen Potshots. Today we are looking and reviewing at Episode 2. Last episode had not just one, but two cliffhangers, both of which saw Vixen facing certain doom ala Adam West and Burt Ward. Does she make it? Continue reading
The new cartoon series Vixen is out on CWSeed.com and since I have an interest in superheros (althro more Marvel than DC), I thought I would review the first episode, Potshot-style. Is it any good? We shall see. Am I missing something that it is only 4:18 minutes long?
Fantastic Four seemed to be cursed. The 2005 and 2007 movies were widely panned, and it looks like the new one won’t even perform as well as those two. However, the reason why the Fantastic Four is not in the MCU was due to a movie that was never officially released, made solely to keep the movie rights to the FF. Was it any good? Well, I haven’t watched it before but we can watch it together. If you have never read a “First Look” with me before, I watch a classic geek movie for the first time, making snarky commentary throughout the film, and then go full spoilerish in final commentary. I’ve embedded the movie into the article, so you can watch it too. Continue reading
Reviews are now in for the latest Fantastic 4 movie, and by all accounts, the movie is…doomed. (Sorry/not sorry) Did it have to be doomed? No, but Fox Studios made some fundamental mistakes. In this article we will look at four things that Fox could have done to make a better movie. A future article will propose four movies they could have done with the Fantastic 4 that could have done more than draw flies.