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Focusing on a group of meta humans with bizarre gifts, let's take a look at DOOM PATROL, who is in it, and whether or not it's worth watching further.
ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL looks stunning but its story is a convoluted collection of cliches. Does how great it look make up for that? ComicsVerse's Tim Stevens offers his take in the review.
CAPTAIN MARVEL is set in the past. How will she join the Avengers in the present? Where's she been all this time? Let's make some guesses.
ARROW is getting a horror theme, and THE FLASH sees Nora dealing with the consequences of time travel next week on ARROWVERSE.
Which Super Bowl LIII TV Spot was the best and most entertaining? Let's take a look and rank them from least to best.
Matt Reeves' BATMAN film releases 2021 without Affleck. What will it look like and what could perhaps explain the actor replacement? Let's find out.
With an AQUAMAN sequel already greenlit, ComicsVerse's Tim Stevens gets right on suggesting some villains the franchise might want to use.
No SUPERGIRL this week, but ARROW will be having its' 150th episode, and Barry goes undercover as a criminal with Ralph. Read on to learn more!
I just binge-watched PUNISHER Season 2. After getting some sleep and regaining my normal routine I'm ready to tackle it. Let's take a look at the main characters and their various identity crises in detail.
Nine years since it first aired, YOUNG JUSTICE finally returns with the long-awaited third season OUTSIDERS. Adopting a tone more mature than the previous entries, this new season feels like a natural evolution of the franchise and its dichotomy with the original audience, myself included.
Next week on ARROWVERSE sees Supergirl dealing with super drugs, Argus reinstating the Ghost Initiative, and Team Flash exploring the depths of their minds.
With Toby Emmerich's recent remarks appearing to be the latest nail in the DC Comics shared film universe, ComicsVerse's Tim Stevens suggests where the DCEU can go now.