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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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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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Wednesday, 02 December 2015 17:48
For 8 weeks now we have systematically breaking down themes and devices contained in the sophomore show if the CW’s Arrowverse wing of the DCTVU. We have examined running parallels between Arrow and Flash, we have discussed themes of trust and family and we have even talked about how this show is the perfect vehicle to setup and launch Legends of Tomorrow in 2016. Read more...
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Thursday, 05 November 2015 16:04
Normally, I review The Flash here on ENR but Arrow, after a 3 season delay, has caught my attention and it is an amazing privilege to review it here for you. Especially after the  great attention it got last season from ENR. Read more...
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Wednesday, 04 November 2015 15:34
It is time once again to delve in to the episodic greatness that is The Flash on CW. For the last 4 episodes we have done everything from compare the likenesses to Arrow to thematic breakdowns of the common running ideas and approaches that separate it from the pack of superhero shows now taking over the airwaves. Up to this point DC is king on the small screen (DD was amazing) and Flash is the golden chalice of the bunch. Read more...
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Thursday, 29 October 2015 18:18
If you take the train, bus or carpool on long commutes or prefer to watch your video outside you know how strange mobile binge watching can become. From searching for an all format player to finding your shows and movies in different apps, the satisfaction of mobile binge watching – no matter which device – seems directly related to the amount of interruption the viewer is forced to endure and the ease of access to which any video can be resumed. Read more...
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Wednesday, 28 October 2015 16:47
After three of these reviews on the current season of Flash a few things are becoming clear as I begin the fourth. In CW’s DCTVU (DC Comics Television Universe for those not in the know) congruency is the name of the came for season 2 of the Flash and Season 4 of Arrow. Read more...
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Wednesday, 21 October 2015 17:06
Each and every week the cast and crew of The Flash do what few other TV shows of this era seems to do. That particular thing is to bring back the viewer not from the need to resolve a particularly cliffhanger plot thread in the hungry mind but because the characters are like family. We need to know what happens to them because we genuinely care. There is a cast full of likable and magnetic personalities who mean something to us much like Hawkeye Pierce or Bobby Ewing of eras past the Flash cast is weaving itself into the tapestry of the collective Americana. Yet at the heart of every episode and story arc alike is the same theme that has resonated since the dawn of radio and that is family. The need for family, the need for different families, the realities of family not everyone shares or as in this episode that even broken families love each other and not everyone in your family has to be blood. Read more...
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