THE FLASH vs. THE FLASH [DC FanDome]: Zoom! The Blur of Two Panels.

There was an incredible burden on the DC FanDome panel for the upcoming The Flash movie. This project has buzz-sawed through multiple scripts and directors and already endured several release-date bumps even pre-COVID, not to mention the rough prospect of being an alternate version of the character racing up against six seasons of the Grant …

STAR TREK – LOWER DECKS [Review]: Vibrant Voyage.

The third currently-running incarnation of the long-running, and wildly influential, Star Trek series is one of its least likely: a half-hour animated comedy. The brainchild of Mike McMahan -- alumni of Second City, and former writer and/or co-creator for Rick And Morty, Solar Opposites, and with experience working on both Drawn Together and South Park …

MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. [Series Finale Review]: Last Mission.

"Part of the journey is the end." That beautiful line uttered by Tony Stark after his death in Avengers: Endgame was the immediate thought I had just before the series finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I found it rather appropriate given how this show arose from the aftermath of Iron Man 3 and Phil Coulson's …

TRANSFORMERS – WAR FOR CYBERTRON [Chapter 1 Review]: Siege!

It's all come down to this, kids. The new toys, the repeated viewings of Generation 1 and Beast Wars under quarantine-- all in preparation for the ultra-anticipated Transformers: War For Cybertron series on Netflix. The first Chapter has rolled out, and since "Siege" is as short as those first couple seasons of Netflix' Castlevania, you'll …

COMIC-CON@HOME [Wrap-Up Show]: Stay Classy, San Diego…

Well, that was.. something. Comic-Con@Home was either a resounding success or unmitigated disaster, depending on how you look at it. Either way, the good folks at Comic-Con International (CCI) who run WonderCon and San Diego Comic-Con gave us.. something, and for that we feel deeply appreciative. So whether you've been hitting up SDCC for 2 …

HBO MAX & CARTOON NETWORK STUDIOS [Comic-Con@Home]: Infinity Train.

The HBO Max and Cartoon Network Studios: Infinity Train panel is an interesting one. They chose to give you a peek into the writer’s room rather than having members of the voice cast involved. The panel consisted of writer/moderator Lindsay Katai, series creator Owen Dennis (also the voice of Sad-One), supervising producer Madeline Queripel, and …