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Monday, 24 November 2014 11:16
rick-grimes-snapshot-the-walking-deadHere we go for Week 11 of Cape TV, and it's "Mid-Season Finale" week! That's right, our favorite shows may be going away for the holidays, but they will be back soon! We got the devastating news that Constantine may very well be the first casualty of this season, with NBC announcing that right now the plan is to end the show after 13 episodes. But WE can bring it back! If you love this show and want to see the adventures of the brown coated hero continue, get to tweeting! Facebooking! Let the network know! We as fans have more power to save our shows more than ever! As or the rest of the shows, we don't have Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or Arrow this week, but there looks to be plenty of action this week on Gotham, The Flash goes up against an electrifying enemy and Walking Dead comes to a BIG mid-season climax!  Read more...
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Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:06
flash logoIn Last Weeks Show: Barry has a life long crush that isn't returned. Iris the object of that crush is blogging about the "Streak". In between all of this is shots (yep those kind), Plastique and Harrison Wells. Yet another "lightening freak" dies, although this time she shouldn't have been a "lightening freak", Wells gets a lot more sinister, we get to see the Flash run up a wall and over water, and one of the biggest teases yet of what is to come. This week starts off with Barry pining away for Iris yet again, but this time he is the Flash doing his speed thing because even though they aren't dating they broke up. During the Flash Iris show there is an encounter with a guy from Barry's past who can now turn himself into metal. The Flash goes to investigate and gets his hand, handed to him (broken hand).   Read more...
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Monday, 17 November 2014 11:20
GOTHAM ep. 109 -- exclusive imageHere we are 9 weeks in and superhero TV is going strong! This week the villains are taking over! We will be going "face-2-face" with one of Batman's greatest future enemies, discovering more about the mysterious Obelisk and Skye's father, Barry Allen will meet his strongest foe yet in Girder, The Arrow will get struck by Cupid and more! Which of these villains will have the most impact? Don't let your lucky coin decide or you! Check out these previews and decide for yourself! Read more...
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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 12:51
This weeks review would not be possible without the assist of Dave Michaels. Thanks Dave flash logoAfter last weeks pause due to election coverage (seriously election coverage, what?) The Flash was back this week and it didn't take long to run right back into the action. Before we get to that though a quick recap (it's been two weeks) of what has happened. Barry has mad speed powers and is learning how to use them with the Flash Team from Star Labs. Harrison Wells is a sinister type guy who although part of the "team" has his own agenda. So far our baddies have been mostly "lightening" freaks or people like Barry who were hit by the blast and have been changed. We did get one true non-lightening baddy in Captain Cold and the promise of another. Barry loves Iris who loves Eddie and it's weird. OK on to the new stuff. Read more...
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Monday, 10 November 2014 11:12
Gotham-season-1-episode-8-The-Mask-6-860x442Here we are in our 8th straight week of superhero TV! And the fun just doesn't seem to stop! There's the absence of a Constantine clip this week (NBC just didn't release one for the show's 4th episode), but thankfully Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Flash are back to save Tuesdays (super spies and scarlet speedsters are much more entertaining than election coverage)! This week Black Mask makes his Gotham debut, The beautiful and dangerous Plastique explodes into Barry Allen's life and Darryl & Carol return to Walking Dead to kick some walker ass and take names (fun fact: whenever you ask a zombie's name, it almost always responds BRIANNNN)! Here's this week's wild and wacky previews! Read more...
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Monday, 10 November 2014 08:33
Gold_Key-The_Devils_Isle_of_SpaceRemember the time when I presented the feature where I attempted to compare the Japanese animated television multi-series Pocket Monsters (known outside Japan as “Pokemon”) to the British television multi-series Doctor Who through multiple facts? Well, I had fun doing that, and just recently, I thought of another topic where two unrelated media properties could compare to each other. To begin with, back in 1960, comic book publisher DC Comics introduced a band of super-heroes created by Gardner Fox known as the “Justice League of America” (or simply “JLA” or “Justice League”) in the pages of the comic book series The Brave and the Bold, only for the time to later have its own self-tiled ongoing comic book series, also launched in 1960. Five years later, then-active American film studio Desilu (later fused into Paramount Pictures) launched a legendary space adventure live-action television series called “Star Trek” (nowadays better known as “Star Trek – The Original Series”). Anyway, although both science-fiction properties each maintains an entirely different premise (Justice League of America being a superhero series sometimes set on Earth and the original Star Trek being a non-superhero action/adventure show generally centering around a five-year mission in outer space) and represents a different lore (JLA representing the DC Universe franchise and original Star Trek representing well Star Trek franchise), there are certain tropes that make the original Star Trek series’ protagonal group of characters, the crew of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, comparable to the Justice League itself. Now, get ready to see the whole picture of how this is possible.   Read more...
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Monday, 03 November 2014 11:05
Shot 4 for Flash DDORI have never read much comic book stories that center entirely around any of the DC Universe characters bearing the super-hero alter ego of The Flash, although I have seen a number of DC animation films and series that include a Flash as a main character. Anyway, I started watching the 2014 live-action television series The Flash on a regular basis when it premiered, and after seeing a number of episodes, I felt it was time to start building a list of Flash-centric graphic novels and trade paperbacks I may need to look into when it comes to finding the essential parts of the Flash’s history, from both New 52 and pre-New 52 continuity versions. So for the first time in weeks, I paid a visit to my local library to find some Flash-centric graphic novels and trade paperbacks. The Bad news was not much available. But the good news was at least one caught my interest, a graphic novel titled “The Flash: The Dastardly Death of the Rogues”, written by Geoff Johns (the executive producer of the currently running Flash-centric television series) with illustrations by Francis Manapul and Scott Kolins. Anyway, welcome to my first Flash review, fellow readers.   Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 27 October 2014 14:10
flash logoI may or may not have told you this before, but the Flash was the very first super hero comic book I ever read. I think the copy was my brothers, but after reading it a trade took place and it became mine. Remember trading for other comic books, two Marvel Team-Ups for a Batman or a Green Lantern/Green Arrow plus a quarter for a Spider-Man? Anyway, the Flash and I have had a long relationship (if you can call reading a monthly comic for 30 or so years a relationship), and when I first saw the trailer for the "new" Flash TV show I was just as apprehensive as I was excited about seeing it. The first two episodes have come and gone. There have been a lot of things I liked about both, but there are some things that I hope change quickly. Here's the review.   Read more...
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