As a film critic, I spend a lot of my time watching movies. What a lot of folks may not know is that those movies often include animated features.
Empathy has become a precious commodity. Though, now that I type that, that sentence may be unfair. Empathy has always been a precious commodity.
Since its debut, The CW’s Supergirl has been met with some sadly all-too-familiar complaints.
Note: This post contains spoilers for recent episodes of The CW’s Batwoman.
When DC’s Legends of Tomorrow was first announced, there was always an understanding that it would have a kind of revolving door of characters.
“Why do we fall?” has been an important question to the heroes of Gotham well before we heard it uttered outright in Batman Begins fifteen years ago.
Since its inception, the Arrowverse has played with the backstories of its characters. In the first season of Supergirl, we immediately fell in love with Hank Henshaw.