Netflix has seemingly been the home to some of the more interesting Marvel Cinematic stories, and now the original streaming hero is back with another season. But is the Devil of Hell’s kitchen biting off more then he can chew? Continue reading
It’s that magical time of year again, where everyone’s favourite cannibal returns to TV. This year is the third run of the Bryan Fuller developed take on the classic Hannibal Lector character and it looks to take the show in a different direction, away from the Police procedural and more in line with what the novels and film are about.
So let’s talk a little about the seasons first episode. Continue reading
Its been a busy year for DC Comics, with four TV series going on around the same time. And while Constantine failed to attract a large enough audience, the three main shows; Gotham, Arrow and the Flash all ended up reacting their target numbers and getting another season order. That being said after 20 plus episodes each, only the Flash ended up getting it’s ending right. Let’s talk about that.
In the first of a new series, listen as Derek and Denis talk about the changes to one of their favourite TV series, Community. From it’s early days to it’s new home on Yahoo, the two break down the differences and if they are such a big deal.
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With just a few weeks till Marvel fan boys worship onto the alter of the Avengers, Netflix and Marvel have released a new TV series based upon one of their B-Level characters. While Captain America, Thor and Iron Man will be fighting robot James Spader, on the streets of New York the Daredevil will rise and watch over Hell’s Kitchen.
April is a crazy month for TV. With Mad Men returning, Arrow/Flash starting to wrap up and Game of Thrones starting a new season it’s almost easy to forget that Daredevil is out on Netflix. The first in a series of five Netflix Marvel titles set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Daredevil comes onto the scene with a lot of steam.
So with that said, here’s a First Impression of Netflix’s Daredevil.
Note: This post is based upon the first episode only. Continue reading
It seems you can’t turn a corner without seeing a remake. From America TV or theatres to even anime, older ideas are being brought back and tweaked to work for a new generation of fans. So it’s time for an anime classic like Ghost in the Shell to get it’s time to Arise (not cleaver).
(Editors Note: As this is a First Impression this is only based upon the series first episode)
When anime is brought up in conversation I often flash to my memories of early Dragon Ball, however it wasn’t until I started watching Gundam Wing that I became an Otaku. The giant machines and world politics were something that blew my mind after years of watching Beast Wars. It was so epic in scale and it fed my over active imagination.
So with the 35th Anniversary the series went back to the beginning with an OVA filling in some of the blanks of the original series backstory. Let’s talk about Mobile Suits, assassinations and deadly family feuds.
While Marvel has been taking the Movie world by storm, DC Comics and Warner Bros. have been using their many resources to stake their claim on the TV side. With four shows running on three networks (Constantine’s questionable future not with standing) and a few more on the way, it’s easy to forget a show like iZombie that has no attachment to the DC Universe.
Trying to appeal to another audience, this zombie related show launched this week without the pomp circumstance that most comics shows get. That being said, is it any good?
Let’s discuss over a bowl of brains and noodles.