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TV GEMS: Constantine (2014-2015)

TV GEMS: Constantine (2014-2015)

Richard catches up with this regrettably cancelled adaptation of a beloved DC character. Was this the Constantine we needed and need again?

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Will the Real Clark Kent Please Stand Up: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 2

Will the Real Clark Kent Please Stand Up: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 2

It was a season of Supermen, moves to Vancouver, and same-sex preaching. But did The CW actually improve Supergirl? Cal tries to decide. 

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REVIEW: Wonder Woman (2017)

REVIEW: Wonder Woman (2017)

After nearly eighty years, DC’s First Lady finally gets her cinematic debut. Oscar gives us the lowdown. 

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REVIEW: The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)

REVIEW: The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)

DC’s live-action division get a wake up call in this LEGO offshoot. Oscar swoops in to give us his verdict. 

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The Last Daughter of Krypton: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 1

The Last Daughter of Krypton: Revisiting Supergirl – Season 1

With the second season due to start on The CW, Cal catches up with the Lady of Steel. 

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REVIEW: Suicide Squad (2016)

REVIEW: Suicide Squad (2016)

Another DC movie. Another mixed response. Oscar gives us his take on the comic book Dirty Dozen. 

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SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Batman Triumphant

SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Batman Triumphant

What if Joel Schumacher made a third Dark Knight film and righted the wrongs of Batman & Robin? Joe investigates. 

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PODCAST: Stuck! In the Longbox #1: “Joke’s On You”

PODCAST: Stuck! In the Longbox #1: “Joke’s On You”

Comic book aficionados Zayvier and Luca join the team to discuss all the latest funny book goodness, beginning with The Joker’s secret identity and the all-important question: Who would win in a fight between Silver Surfer and Spawn?

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Superman Reborn: Revisiting Man of Steel

Superman Reborn: Revisiting Man of Steel

With Dawn of Justice inevitably dividing audiences, Oscar goes back to Zack Snyder’s first entry in the DC Extended Universe. Is this Superman done right or a total disaster? 

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The Light to Show the Way: Revisiting Superman

The Light to Show the Way: Revisiting Superman

Oscar goes back to 1978 for the Man of Steel’s first epic-scale treatment. Does he still believe a man can fly? 

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