Disconnected Feeling – Review of “The Batman”

Poster Art for The Batman. Source: IMDB The main feeling I have after watching Matt Reeves’ The Batman is one of disconnection. While visually an enjoyable movie, with some excellent action set pieces, and some fine performances, the overall package felt like two different stories mashed together but not connected in a strong way. In … Continue reading Disconnected Feeling – Review of “The Batman”

Parents And Their Children – Review of “Superman & Lois” Season One, Episode Five “The Best of Smallville”

Image Source From the beginning of Superman & Lois, this show has focused on the issues facing a family: the trials, the mistakes, what pulls families apart and what draws them back together. The fifth episode of the first season, titled “The Best of Smallville”, brings that focus in even closer with parallel stories involving … Continue reading Parents And Their Children – Review of “Superman & Lois” Season One, Episode Five “The Best of Smallville”

Responsibilities – Review of “Superman & Lois” Season One, Episode Four “Haywire”

Source The weight of being a parent is one that many describe as being often overwhelming but satisfying. Now imagine for a moment that you’re not just a parent but you’re also a superhero, the most recognizable superhero on the planet. The immense weight of responsibility carried on the broad shoulders of Clark Kent, aka … Continue reading Responsibilities – Review of “Superman & Lois” Season One, Episode Four “Haywire”

The Wallflower Blooms – Review of Superman & Lois Episode Three “The Perks of Not Being a Wallflower”

Where the first two episodes set the stage for the unfolding drama, Episode Three of Superman & Lois delves into the personal dramas of the main cast, specifically the Kent family and the Cushing family. On top of the that, the mystery surrounding Morgan Edge deepens, showing there is a far more sinister edge to … Continue reading The Wallflower Blooms – Review of Superman & Lois Episode Three “The Perks of Not Being a Wallflower”

A Father’s Shadow – Review of Superman & Lois Episode Two “Heritage”

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a big fan of some of The CW shows. Like many a comic-book fan, I was initially drawn to Arrow (despite the fact that they basically made Oliver Queen an arrow-shooting version of Batman). I even enjoyed The Flash and Supergirl. But as time went on, … Continue reading A Father’s Shadow – Review of Superman & Lois Episode Two “Heritage”

A Superman Story for Today – Review of Superman & Lois Episode One

Superman & Lois. Source Of all the comic book characters that have been created over the last century, none is more enduring or problematic to adapt than Superman. The Last Son of Krypton, the Big Blue Boy Scout, the Man of Steel… all the sobriquets used to describe the character of Clark Kent, aka Kal-El … Continue reading A Superman Story for Today – Review of Superman & Lois Episode One

Finally, Heroes I Can Root For – Review of “Titans” Season Three

Poster Art for Titans Season Three. Source If you enjoyed reading this review, consider signing up for my Buy Me A Coffee site (button on the right side of the screen) or my Patreon (link). Patrons and Members get early access to posts like this, as well as exclusives only available through these sites. It … Continue reading Finally, Heroes I Can Root For – Review of “Titans” Season Three

A Step In The Right Direction – Review of “Titans” Season Two

Poster Art for "Titans" Season Two. Available on Amazon (Associate Link) Having watched the second season of DC’s Titans, I can honestly say the second season is vastly better than the first. While the first season was mired in grimdark story arcs with no moments of levity, season two delved deeper into the characters, providing … Continue reading A Step In The Right Direction – Review of “Titans” Season Two

Complete Misfire – Review of “Titans” Season One

Poster Art for "Titans" Season One. Source If you enjoy reading this review, consider clicking the Buy Me A Coffee button to the right to show your support or sign up for my Patreon. Members get early access to posts like this one, as well as exclusives only available through Patreon or Buy Me A … Continue reading Complete Misfire – Review of “Titans” Season One