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Thursday, 14 April 2016 16:54
We are fast approaching the climax of the 2015-2016 seasons of the DC Television Universe with only a few episodes of Gotham, Arrow, Lucifer, The Flash, iZombie, Legends of Tomorrow and only one left of the new smash Supergirl. While everyone in fandom has favorite characters from DC Comics, each wing of the DCTVU has a unique feel and a distinct voice. Since being your weekly episodic guide through three shows this season (Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash) I thought it would be fun to try once again to play armchair executive and make some perfect fits for each. Read more...
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Thursday, 07 April 2016 17:05
In 1972 the Brady Kids made another kind of history. The bell bottomed family of America hosted a primetime special on Friday night advertising the Saturday morning cartoon lineup on ABC and started an annual tradition. While this had been done in 1968 and 69, by NBC and CBS, and hosted by Family Affair and The Banana Splitz it was the Brady numbers that cemented a tradition which spread to every network annually. Read more...
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Wednesday, 03 February 2016 17:31
To my knowledge the most used and beloved trope from comics is the idea that to protect the ones you love you have to lie to them or push them away. In the Superman Family it has always been a delicate balance of semantics and of heartbreak as inevitably everyone our superhero loves is pushed out of their lives “for their own protection”. Read more...
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Tuesday, 26 January 2016 16:27
What a ride. The first season of Supergirl has been one of the best starts to any sci-fi show in history and the examples of finer ones are dwindling with each passing episode. In just 10 episodes we have seen the coming out party, an explosion of character appearances further deepening the DCTVU on multiple channels. On CBS Earth though, Kara and her friends Winn, James and yes Cat Grant even have become a team of people that through the first ten episodes are as real as our own friends and family. Each week we explore on these pages together (how lucky I am) the themes and devices of the show and where it stands in relation to the others in its own right. Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Tuesday, 12 January 2016 18:56
On October 4th of 2014 Saturday morning cartoons ended its tremendous run on the major networks. Since the dawn of television it had run unabated as a given weekly ritual for children (and a few adults) as a packaged by channel creative animation outlet. Whether the classic Fox Kids and WB runs of the 90s for superheroes, or the Filmation domination of the 80’s split between all three major networks or the Hanna-Barbera of the late 60’s and 70’s kids in America and the world over woke up on Saturday, milked-up their cereal and plopped down for some serious cartoon binge watching. Read more...
Published in Toons & Anime
Friday, 30 March 2012 10:03
Cowabunga!  Welcome back, and if you are new, welcome to Retrovision Friday. This is my favorite part of the week, right after Bleeder Sunday, Big Dog Monday, ROBotiX Tuesday, Whip Crack Wednesday, and Triple Play Thursday. This is where I get to reminisce about the cartoons, comic books, and movies that I grew up with. If you missed it (don't know how you could have) this is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle week here at the palatial offices( by palatial I mean my desk here in my living room) of eXPress News. This Retro I have the honor of looking in on one of the all time great cartoons of the 20th century TMNT, and yep these guys are both teenaged and mutants. Read more...
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