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DC Fandome

DC FanDome Breaks Away From Comic-Con

It looks like yet another studio is breaking away from the Hall H Comic-Con tradition. San Diego Comic-Con will be taking place virtually this year, but it will most likely have notably less material from the DC Universe. That’s because Warner Brothers have announced DC Fandome for August 22nd. The 24-hour event will be free for everyone, so it looks like you’re going to this one too.

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The Beginning Shouldn’t Have Been The End Of Gotham

‘Gotham’ has always had a bit of a chaotic plotline, and that certainly held true with the final episode ‘The Beginning’.  The only problem is that the show had a perfectly serviceable end with ‘They Did What?’.  That leaves this episode feeling a little directionless and tacked on.  I guess if I was involved in the making […]

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The End Of Gotham Comes In They Did What

‘They Did What’ comes in and wraps the plot of ‘Gotham’ up in a neat little bow, leaving only Bruce Wayne’s journey from boy to Bat to be completed.  In the usual ‘Gotham’ way, it’s all a bit rushed and there are still a lot of questions, but that is all we will get, as next week […]

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Bane Arrives On The Gotham Scene

It’s time to drop the introspective pieces and the character studies, ‘Gotham’ has moved into its final episodes.  The last couple of episodes have provided us with nice looks at what makes Harvey Bullock and Jim Gordon tick, but they were lacking a bit in the action department.  These final three episodes will mostly serve as […]

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The Trial Of Jim Gordon Kills Off The Momentum Gotham Has Built This Season

Oh, how Gotham has struggled with what, exactly, the kind of man James Gordon is.  For five seasons now, we’ve watched the show question whether he is a good man or a bad man.  Repeatedly.  You would think this isn’t a question it would take five years to answer, but psychology can be tricky especially […]

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Gotham Proves Nothing’s Shocking

I’ve said before that this season doesn’t really feel like it has time to spare so it feels odd to take such a measured step back from the action, but that is exactly what ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ does.  No plot, with the possible exception of Barbara’s, gets moved forward tonight.  The episode is a nice Bullock addition […]

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Epix Releases First Image Of Young Alfred Pennyworth

Epix has released the first image of Jack Bannon in the role of Alfred Pennyworth.  The network will be home to the Batman prequel ‘Pennyworth’, showing us the early days of Bruce Wayne’s butler/guardian/surrogate father.  Alfred will be setting up shop in a new security firm after his days as a British SAS soldier.  One of […]

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Batfleck Officially Finished

Deadline and, via a tweet referring to the article, Ben Affleck are confirming that Affleck is officially done with the role of Bruce Wayne and his crime-fighting alter ego Batman.  The article goes on to say that Matt Reeves ‘The Batman’ is now scheduled for June 25, 2021.  The film will focus on a younger Bruce Wayne […]

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Gotham Unites Its Characters In Ruin

For a show that at times hasn’t seemed to care about keeping its characters consistent or coherent, ‘Ruin’ is a nice change of pace.  This has been a pretty solid season with episodes moving the plot right along.  Maybe every season should have been shorter?  I guess we’ll never know the answer to that question but […]

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Gotham Finally Gets Some Puddin’

We should probably all realize at this point that this could still be a con from the producers of ‘Gotham’.  How many times have we been introduced to someone only have them not turn out to be who we thought?  Still…puddin’.  It felt like that might have been the moment that the producers have been waiting […]

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