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  1. Actually, that was one of the things I was talking about. Not just a whiney millennial with delusions of entitlement, but also the world's most capable second year med student. I see her becoming the shows Felicity/Iris/Cisco real quick.
  2. Ah, much like Fox and The Simpsons, this show is CBSAA's closest thing to a flag-ship. They will run this ugly dog till it drops . . . they have to. (Seriously, do they even show anything else?)
  3. Well, last night's villain was a little lack-luster, and DANG Kate's sister gets a little more annoying every time she appears ("I am an INFLUENCER!!!"), but at least Berlanti has learned to balance his load a little better. I really like this show so far.
  4. Sooo, would this be a shinning tribute to the popularity of a milestone cinematic franchise, even after 35 years? OR Is it a bitter condemnation of modern day movie-making in that the modern movies are such garbage, we have to look back to the previous century to find something worth celebrating? Maybe six of one, half a dozen of the other?
  5. Kinda hope the Drakkon rumors turn out to be false. I mean its great they're giving love to the comic fans, but this isn't really THAT line. To my mind, this is about the show, the place it all began, Mighty Morphin', Lost Galaxy, Operation Overdrive the whole shebang. I see the comic adaptions, the theatrical films, that sort of thing, all being totally different animals. Don't get me wrong, if they wanna make a Drakkon as a store or con exclusive, awesome. More power to them, but we're going on 27 years worth of Rangers to cover, not to mention 27 years of actor likenesses to license and perfect. Giving what amounts to a minor detour a slot takes up valuable space in the main line. It's a waist.
  6. Honestly, with all the "Content Creator's" out there cashing in on the intellectual properties of others, or posting obscenity as entertainment, I'm disappointed it took YouTube THIS long.
  7. Yeah, not gonna lie, Katie was my favorite part of Arrow in the beginning. Hopefully the new show treats her better.
  8. Very nice. The face will take some getting used to, but I like it. Now just have he and Supergirl go at it, and I'll be happy.
  9. I'd love lines (or even a single "unified" line) for all of those great old Glenn Larson action/sci-fi shows from the 70s, 80s, and 90s: Battlestar Galactica (OG, not that Sy-Fy crap), Buck Rogers, Automan, Manimal, Knight Rider, and my personal favorite, Night Man. Naturally, vehicles would be a MUST. Along with ML scale figures, we need AT LEAST: KITT, the Auto-Car, and Johnny Domino's Prowler.
  10. Technically, this would be an "Embedded Pilot." A "Backdoor Pilot" would be like a TV special or TV movie. As for the show? Could be cool. Batwoman is surprisingly good, Supergirl has shown some improvement (but still has a looong way to go) and even the Flash seems to be coming around. Cautiously optimistic.
  11. You can always tell when a studio has no faith in a movie. They either bury it in late summer-early fall Hell, or, if they're really desperate for a hit, really hit the "Ooo-Aaah Playbook" and try and sell it with . . . eccentric casting. Also, is that just a bad picture? She kinda has that bleary-eyed, pale "I snorted my breakfast" look going on.
  12. Didn't Oliver get stabbed in the chest, fall hundreds of feet, land on a rock the size of a coffee table and lay in the snow for days. How'd he do?
  13. At the risk of cheesing off Jay, when did they start trying to make Catwoman black again?
  14. Not necessarily. It was established by cast and crew (as well as the opening narrative of every episode) that the Birds of Prey TV series took place in the Burtonverse. Factor in Ashley Scott reprising her role from the show as Huntress, and the newspaper would work.
  15. I think they were playing it smart doing it this way. Let's face it, the cracks were REALLY starting to show in the ole Arrowverse, and that's for fans of the bloody thing, not just formers, like me, who got disgusted and left long ago. That being said, a Crisis on the Infinite Earths event has been a fantasy of mine going all the way back to watching the Helen Slater Supergirl movie in the 80s.* Finally giving it to us, and working in every other superhero show ever made, would make up for a multitude of sins for a lot of people. BTW: at last count, only Adventures of Superman, The SHAZAM!/Isis Hour, Swamp Thing, Superboy, and Lois and Clark have remained unacknowledged in publicity material. Still, it promises to be a heck of a show. * We better get a sequence where Supergirl wails on Anti-Monitor . . . just sayin'.
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