Gotham takes major strides in an hour that displays a shocking amount of self awareness and super villainy.
Gotham returns with an episode that clearly displays all of the show’s quirks, from the good to the insufferable.
“Blessed Are The Damned” deals with a heavy question about faith, ethic and angels.
Jim Gordon is sane and it’s Gotham City that’s crazy in this week's affirmingly great episode of Gotham.
“Danse Vaudou” is filled with fatal missed connections between cause and effect.
Gotham, like Harvey Dent, has two faces. One is charming, enthusiastic and full of promise, the other is a goddamn mess.
Trapped in a thoroughly explored TV genre, how can Constantine still give hungry audiences something new?
"The Devil's Vinyl" doesn’t commit to any of its cooler ideas and, for the second week in a row, Constantine ends up boring and muddled.
"Penguin's Umbrella" manages to paint Oswald Cobblepot as an icon without the use of over-the-top gadgetry.
"The Darkness Beneath" is boring, offensive, unfocused, and redundant.
There are currently four television series airing based on DC Comics properties and as it stands Constantine looks like it could be the best of them.
Barbara Gordon was always meant to be Batgirl, and these guys really get that. Welcome home, Babs.
In honour of a mini-retrospective in his honour starting this week at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, we look at the career of Wes Craven, the best horror director of his time.
Kate Kane repeatedly credits her father, Colonel Jacob Kane, for the empowerment necessary to find her strength, her purpose. Pulling lessons in integrity and how to “soldier on” from the man who found a way to remain protective of his daughter without disrespecting her autonomy and individuality. Paternalism without patronizing.
A woman in comics critiqued a comic book cover. She suffered threats of physical violence and rape for her troubles. What part of that seems like a pattern we should keep ignoring?