There’s no grappling away from the fact FOX Bat-prequel Gotham isn’t every DC fan’s cup of tea, though we can at least credit them with a unique spin on Batman’s history. That spin … may have become a tailspin with Monday’s fall 2015 finale “Worse Than a Crime,” as Ben McKenzie’s Gordon seemingly broke the comic character’s morality for good, but we’ll let the showrunner and McKenzie himself explain.
There’s no escape from all the DC TV crossover of late, with Flash-es and Arrow-s turning into Legends, even as Supergirl remains isolated at CBS for another seven episodes. We’ve heard what bosses have to say on bringing Kara Zor-El into Barry and Oliver’s world, and vice-versa, but despite a recent rumor, executive producers assure that Supergirl won’t be meeting The Flash just yet.
The Walking Dead has officially signed off 2015 by Sunday’s most recent midseason finale “Start to Finish,” but if you’re anything like us, the first half of Season 6 produced some strong reactions. Now, showrunner Scott Gimple defends the show’s credibility after the big Glenn fakeout, as well as its introduction of Negan, and what to expect in the 2016 return.
Both The Flash and Arrow will have quite a bit of ‘splaining to do in setting up Legends of Tomorrow through this week’s dual crossover, and we can officially check one item off the list. The source of Vandal Savage’s power is revealed in our first clip from The Flash opener “Legends of Today,” as outlined by our new Hawkman.
Well, that didn’t take long. FOX’s Gotham will wrap up its 2015 run with tonight’s “Worse Than a Crime,” setting the stage for some serious Bat-baddies to make their debut next year, but why wait? Our first look at Mr. Freeze has already arrived, cold gun and all, because Gotham has zero chill.
Agent Carter can punch all the Hollywood phonies she likes by each Season 2 trailer, but let’s not forget the flavor added by her supporting cast. Marvel and ABC have released a few new trailers of Peggy’s new 2016 adventures, including a first look at Jarvis’ oft-mentioned lady love, and Howard Stark, back to his usual tricks.
Whether or not CBS’ Supergirl has soared into the hit CBS was expecting, or bizarrely begun leaning on its Superman connections too much, there was little likelihood Kara would be sent back to The Phantom Zone just yet. CBS has officially picked up a full season of Supergirl, though perhaps not as full as some hope.
With 800 episodes over the course of 22 years, the Power Rangers television show is arguably the single most successful live-action superhero franchise of all time, and certainly one of the strangest. Adapted from Japan's long-running Super Sentai series, created by manga legend Shotaro Ishinomori, the Power Rangers combined the giant robots and monsters of their Japanese counterpart with a completely different set of secret identities and problems, and became a pop cultural phenomenon. That's why we're looking back with an in-depth guide to Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, including its source material, Kyuoryu Sentai Zyuranger, in ComicsAlliance's Ranger Station!
This week, MMPR introduces us to the phrase "karate scientist," and why any of us chose careers other than that is mystifying.
The Walking Dead may have signed off for 2015 after Sunday’s disappointing “Start to Finish” finale, but the future may yet redeem our midseason break. Forget February, our first look at The Walking Dead’s 2016 premiere has arrived, including the first tease of our new big bad, Negan!
Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead’ finale delivered a major death and finally named our new villain, but did “Start to Finish” completely underwhelm with its Alexandria invasion? And who made the dumbest move this week? Find out in our full review!