Hello all DC fans! How excited are you that The CW’s DCTV shows are back? The premieres start this Sunday and I couldn’t be more thrilled. How have you been spending the hiatus?
Krypton’s second season has been one battle after another. The season started with Seg stuck in the Phantom Zone, battling haunting images of his friends and family.
Though it feels like we've only just begun to fall in love with the Southern Gothic magic of DC Universe's Swamp Thing, the season—and series—has ended and left a whole bunch of devastated Swampy fans in its wake.
Hello, Couch Club readers! Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone, and we are all in nerd heaven, spinning madly out of control about what’s coming for us in the future.
It goes without saying, but Brainiac isn’t a good guy. He’s an example of the worst kind of villain: One who thinks that his way, regardless of who or what he destroys, is the only way.
When iZombie first started, I thought Major Lillywhite was a boring, milquetoast character with few redeeming qualities (other than his attractiveness, natch).
Since this is the last Couch Club of June, it seems appropriate to honor Pride Month by looking at the journey of Larry Trainor, the Doom Patrol’s own Negative Man.
The second season of Syfy’s Superman prequel series, Krypton, begins Wednesday night.
Now that Doom Patrol’s first season has come to a close, I’m sure you’ll all join me in saying, “What the heck was that?!?”
Can you believe the 2018-2019 television season is already over? It seems like just yesterday Barry and Iris began raising an adult daughter and Oliver was serving his sentence in Slabside Prison.