Dick Grayson visits an old friend while he tries to figure out what is next for him. Grayson catches up with a former Wondergirl, while Kory begins to piece together her memories and Rachel gets some mother/daughter time. (SPOILERS FOLLOWS) I very much recommend a second viewing for this week’s Titans. If it isn’t […]
After questioning Mr. Adamson, the team finds out that Rachel’s birth mother may be alive but kidnapped. This sounds like a job for the Titans. (SPOILERS FOLLOWS) After our Jason Todd episode, “Asylum” picks up with the ongoing story of the season. Unfortunately after two very good episodes, this one felt more like a filler […]
Jason Todd, the second Robin of Titans lives up to the hype in his namesake episode also titled “Jason Todd.” I loved seeing Grayson’s childhood within his Haley Circus family as well a glimpse of both Robins. This is a standalone episode where we get to see several sides of Dick Grayson. (SPOILERS FOLLOWS) I […]
With every episode, DCU’s Titans continues to develop each of the characters that is not only the Titans, but also did an excellent job in an unofficial pilot, appropriately named, “Doom Patrol.” There wasn’t any surprise that the first couple episodes were Grayson/Robin centric. It was cool to see how his reluctant partnership with Rachel […]
After long wait of mixed reviews, DC’s Titans premiered on their streaming service. The series looks to build each episode together while introducing and focusing on the various characters who will be the Titans. The first two episodes revolve around Rachel, a young disturbed girl who in these episodes appears to be demonically possessed, with […]
Nygma spent the entire episode trying to prove to himself that he doesn’t need Oswald to be the Riddler. He may have discovered who is but he still doesn’t really know what that means.
When Gotham returns tonight, a new villain will be born. We knew Nygma was the Riddler from the beginning, but he hasn’t introduced himself to the world, until now.
Fathom Events’, Batman: The Killing Joke arrives today on Blu-ray and DVD!
Hi guys — I’m back. Don’t worry I wasn’t held in captivity by Edward Nygma for the past 4 months, just been super busy! I’ve missed reviewing 6 episodes but to recap them quickly I can just use the Gotham Season 2 back-half tagline: “Wrath of the Villains.” Mostly I can say that these last 6 episodes were a blessing because we had no ridiculous Theo Galavan (James Frain).
Things really hit the fan last week when master evildoer Theo Galavan finally captured his mortal family enemy, Bruce Wayne. This week, we shall see if he really does kill him.