Posts Tagged ‘bruce wayne’

Gotham Review: Embrace the Absurd or Run for the Hills in ‘The Blade’s Path’

by Jeff Fountainon October 21, 2017
I’ve been covering Gotham since it first aired and I have to say, I’ve never seen an episode quite like this. Completely absurd, insane, ridiculous, with silly plot arcs and cartoon-like violence, this was Gotham written and executed by crazy people. However, because this is Gotham, where people never seem to die and outlandish behavior […]

Arrow Sinks Giving ‘Tribute’

by Laura Cerroneon October 19, 2017
Arrow – Episode 2 – Tribute   As Oliver comes under fire again for a leaked photo of him as the Green Arrow, the rest of the team struggles to keep up with the punches. Special Agent Amanda Watson enters the scene to throw oil on the fire, forcing the team to walk on eggshells. […]


Gotham Review: Questions and More Questions in “These Delicate and Dark Obsessions”

by Jeff Fountainon May 2, 2017
In an episode that was essentially split into three important story lines, “These Delicate and Dark Obsessions” felt a little flat, raising more questions than it answered while delivering ‘big’ moments that viewers probably saw coming a mile away. Still, it was pretty dark in spots and that is where Gotham shines. When we last […]

Gotham Review: A Solid Return in “How The Riddler Got His Name”

by Jeff Fountainon April 25, 2017
The Riddler, The Court of Owls, Bruce’s doppelganger…this episode did indeed touch on a lot of important points in the crazy world of Gotham. However, in the end, the episode was all about Cory Michael Smith and his amazing work as Edward Nigma and his birth into The Riddler. Gotham has been building to this […]


Review: “The Gentle Art of Making Enemies” is Gotham’s Finest Hour

by Jeff Fountainon January 31, 2017
Admittedly, Gotham is not the most consistent of shows. There are times that it seems lost and episodes can turn into a confusing, over the top mess. However, the show is blessed with some solid characters and actors and when it focuses on its strength and tightens up its story lines, wonderful things happen. In […]

How to Get Your Hands on Batman: The Killing Joke

by Laura Cerroneon May 12, 2016
DC revealed all the ways you can get your hands on Batman: The Killing Joke. Arriving in stores on August 2 this year, there are multiple ways to get the first R-Rated DC animated movie. There are several different combo packs and digital downloads for the movie. Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill are both back in […]


Gotham Review: Things Get Crazy in “Pinewood”

by Jeff Fountainon April 19, 2016
Even though the writer’s tried to make a big part of this episode about Barbara Gordon, it was really about the team of Lucius, Bruce, Alfred and Jim hunting down the people behind the Wayne Murders. This led to the discovery of one of the quaint titled ‘black projects’ that Wayne Enterprises was involved in […]

Gotham Review: Bruce Wayne Learns Hard Truths in “This Ball of Mud and Meanness”

by Jeff Fountainon March 15, 2016
While there were some interesting developments concerning both Penguin and Riddler, this episode for the most part was all about Bruce Wayne and his hunt for the man who killed his parents. Not even the hunt so much as what would he actually do when he found him and how that would shape him in […]

NYC Premiere of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash

by Laura Cerroneon February 27, 2016
LEGO and DC Comics have banded together again! LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League: Cosmic Clash premiered at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles and New York. The Geek Chic Elite attended the New York premiere on Feb. 27. On hand were voice actors Troy Baker (Batman), James Arnold Taylor (Flash) and […]
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The Geeky Weekly: January 10 – January 17

by Laura Cerroneon January 17, 2016
This week was undoubtedly hard, loosing both David Bowie and Alan Rickman (and I will add Celine Dion loosing both her husband and brother as well). Broadway’s Hamilton creator and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted out the kind of message I’d like to extend to you, in case you are still very sad about these untimely […]