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Friday, 05 February 2016 15:37
Welcome intrepid reader to the continuing thematic analysis and plot breakdown of the episodic vigilante crime drama Arrow. Throughout season four I have been lucky to be your host and guide as we discuss the directions and artistic components of this show that has set a template for the other DC superhero shows on TV. Read more...
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Thursday, 28 January 2016 17:46
The DCTVU has been heavy and surprisingly inspirational for the subject matter this week. As usual I get the privilege of also breaking down Arrow as well as Supergirl, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and even Shannara. But Arrow is special to me. It worked really hard to win my viewership and won. It took three tries to get into it for me. So, when in episode 11 this week some pivotal moments and big shocks unfolded I was of course ready to discuss them with you. Read more...
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Monday, 25 January 2016 16:05
A few days ago, Warner Bros and DC Entertainment launched a new television series (or television miniseries, depending on how long it will last) set in the universe of the hit DC Universe character-based television series Arrow. Yes, I am referring to Legends of Tomorrow, which centers around a band of heroes and villains from the Arrowverse. I have not yet watched the premier episode, but apparently, this is Warner's first attempt in producing a live-action DC hero show about a team of over 3 people since the failed Justice League of America pilot that got filmed back in the 1990s but was never officially released. Read more...
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Thursday, 21 January 2016 14:36
For the third time this week it is my pleasure to walk with you through the episode greatness that is the DCTVU – the DC Comics Television Universe – and the 35th episode this season I have done this with. Along the way we have discovered and remarked repeatedly on The Arrow Template that was used to build Gotham, The Flash, Supergirl, Lucifer, iZombie and the cancelled Constantine (which I still can’t let go). This template tweaked slightly for each show enables each to have its own voice yet feel a part of what they are creating. Read more...
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Thursday, 31 December 2015 14:12
As the year winds down and Old Father Time crowns the Baby New Year it is important we reflect on what has transpired in the ever growing world of superhero TV. Sure we lost Constantine but we got Supergirl. Next year we get Legends of Tomorrow, Lucifer and more! But in 2015 the payoffs were as big as the cliffhangers. Read more...
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Thursday, 10 December 2015 17:34
After 4 seasons the Christmas Cliffhanger has become a staple on Arrow. In each of the past three seasons it is the Christmas episode events that have sown the seeds for the rest of the season. From the annual Christmas party in Season 1 to the death of Moira Queen the holidays are usually dark but touching times in the Arrowverse. Read more...
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Monday, 07 December 2015 17:59
Back in the 1990s in a time before the 1992 Japanese animated series landmark Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon came to the North American airwaves, America-based screen media studios renaissance-Atlantic Entertainment and Toon Makers joined forces to develop an American live-action/animation hybrid re-interpretation of Japanese comic book writer and illustrator Naoko Takeuchi's famous superheroine saga with the intention likely to feature alternate secret identity versions of the Sailor Senshi as the team was intended to be portrayed as a multi-racial superheroine squad like what each incarnation of Power Rangers is usually focused on. However, although a pilot was filmed along with a music video-tie in, neither the pilot was officially released, nor did the planned American T.V. series take on the Sailor Moon saga get launched. Read more...
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Thursday, 03 December 2015 16:29
Yesterday we discussed the first episode in the second annual Flash/Arrow crossover event. We touched on the launching of a new show Legends of Tomorrow featuring the characters Vandal Savage, Hawkgirl and Hawkman – who debuted in the crossover episode named Legends of Today. That episode was a superhero team-up throw down show of historical proportions and we left a lot of the deeper explorations of theme and device on the side to celebrate this great event. Read more...
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