Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead’ finally answered the burning question on every Glenn fan’s mind this season, but did “Heads Up” completely screw the zombie pooch? And will next week bring all-out chaos to Alexandria? Find out in our full review!
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Most Arrow news of late has kept one foot in its upcoming Flash crossover with the Legends of Tomorrow, but 2016 will bring some fan-flipping-tastic news for Roy Harper fans. Colton Haynes has confirmed his return for Season 4, but what brings Roy back to Star City this time?
As Marvel fans the world over take in Netflix’s Jessica Jones this weekend, newfound fans of Jessica’s best friend Patsy “Trish” Walker (Rachael Taylor) may be surprised to learn that the series almost featured Carol Danvers instead, better known as our future Captain Marvel.
We’ll have to wait a week for Arrow and Flash to stage their 2015 crossover into Legends of Tomorrow, but DC’s CW superheroes have plenty of history to tide things over. Learn Hawkgirl and Hawkman’s backstory with Vandal Savage, and catch even more action in an extended trailer for upcoming crossovers “Legends of Today” and “Legends of Yesterday.”
The CW’s upcoming Arrow and Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will garner its greatest setup yet by the coming December crossover of its two parent series, but when will the time-traveling DC teamup officially premiere? According to top Warner brass, the Legends may officially take a Thursday timeslot in January.
Walking Dead fans may have found themselves disappointed by Sunday’s most recent outing “Always Accountable,” not solely for failing to resolve Glenn’s fate, but also two mystery characters who left an impression with Daryl, and not much else. Speculation ran abound, but now AMC may have confirmed the comic identities of said characters, itself a major comic setup of our Season 7 big bad.
It’s time for another installment of Pointed Commentary, the feature where grizzled Arrow watcher Matt D. Wilson and newcomer Chris Haley dig into the details of Team Arrow cleaning up the filthy, crime-ridden streets of Star City.
This week’s episode, 'Brotherhood', focuses on yet another character we thought was dead being less dead than we thought; Oliver’s fight for hope and a political platform beyond the word “United”; Ray’s battle with back-from-the-dead ennui; and any excuse to let Neal McDonough chew the scenery in every scene he appears in. James Bamford directed the episode, which was written by Keto Shimizu and our returning name champion, Speed Weed.
We could talk your ear off all day on the differences between Marvel’s Jessica Jones and Daredevil, right up until tomorrow’s Netflix premiere, but how about a visual demonstration. Gone are the blood red drippings of Matt Murdock’s Hell’s Kitchen, as the full Jessica Jones opening credits paint a much more colorful, jazzy noir take on the town.
Anticipation for Marvel’s Netflix Jessica Jones will reach a fever pitch in the next few days, but once upon a time, showrunner Melissa Rosenberg nearly got the series off-ground at ABC, before Marvel ever started planning Netflix Defenders. So, what might have been different, and where might the Netflix Jessica Jones go in Season 2?
We’ve already taken shots in ‘Jessica Jones’ honor, as one of Marvel’s greatest, darkest achievements, but before your own binge, get answers to some of Jessica Jones‘ most burning questions with our spoilery FAQ review of the first seven episodes!