DC Universe Titans Episode 5 “Together” Review

Since the beginning, viewers have been waiting to see the Titans team come together. After four episodes of setting up Dick, Rachael, Kory and Gar (as well as some detours), “Together” finally unites our team. With the Titans now together, did the series finally manage to hit its natural stride? To find out we will have dive right into Titans Episode 5, “Together,” so let’s do it!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   Rachael Roth is the central focus of this series; the story revolves around people searching…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 4 “Doom Patrol” Review

This week on Titans, we are introduced to the Doom Patrol who not only steal the show but also provide the series’ best episode to date. Without too much preamble, let’s dive right in to Titans Episode 4, “Doom Patrol.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   We have come to the point in this series where I do not need to say that the plot revolves around Rachael Roth/ Raven; it has become very clear that the main plot of this show is the imminent danger of Rachael’s…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 3 “Origins” Review

We arrive to the third episode of Titans; we have reached the point where the series wants to finish setting up the story and begin to move forward. Due to this we, the fans, get an episode that feels a bit awkward. However, it works its way through a checklist of plot elements that need to be introduced. So let us begin our deep dive into Titans Episode 3, “Origins,” as usual we will be breaking down the episode by character.   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   This…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 2 “Hawk & Dove” Review

Titans started off with an introduction to the grittier and realistic life of Dick Grayson, Rachael Roth and Kory Anders. Whereas, other DCTV series might rush into getting the team together, Titans decides to take a slower approach. Now, this week’s episode focused heavily on Hawk and Dove and their relationship, as well as their history with Robin. So let us take a deep dive into Titans Episode 2, “Hawk and Dove;” much like last week, we will be looking at each character one by one due to the series…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers #13

It’s Morphin Time! We’re back with the original team as Go Go Power Rangers continues post Shattered Grid. Let’s see what our team of five is up to as Rita begins to scheme a new plan which will end the Rangers.   Comic Credits Artist: Eleonora Carlini Colorist : Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Ranger Variant Cover: Miguel Mercado Preorder Cover: Audrey Mok and Dylan Todd Movie Cover: Natacha Bustos and Dylan Todd Writer: Ryan Parrott Angel Grove High School Emblem: Miguel Mercado  Designer: Michelle Ankley Assistant Editor: Gwen Waller…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 1 Review

The long-awaited DC Universe subscription service has finally arrived; the service promises original content in addition to its catalog of classic movies, TV shows and comics. This weekend saw the launch of the much anticipated live-action Titans series. The first episode of the series debuted on October 12, 2018 and today we present a review on the premiere. Furthermore, minor spoilers for the episode are featured in the following review.   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   The first episode of Titans is quite different from the usual DCTV…

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Rosie Perez Cast as Renee Montoya

Happy Thursday heroes, we’ve learned that Rosie Perez will be joining the DC Extended Universe. She will be playing Renee Montoya, a well known detective in Gotham City Police Department. I have to say I wasn’t expecting them to cast an older actress for the role but I have to say I’m pleased to see it. I know one complaint people have had about the Marvel universe is that they never cast any older woman in roles. Whereas the DCEU is showing that they’re willing to go older which is…

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Killmonger Mini-Series Coming in December

Coming at you with some comic news today. We’ve learned that Erik Killmonger will be getting a mini-series that will start in December. The artist is Juan Ferreyra, known for his run on Green Arrow. Which if you haven’t seen his artwork, I highly recommend you do so. Just his art style works really well for superhero comics. Meanwhile writing this series is Bryan Edward Hill. While I’m not familiar with Hill’s work, I’m looking forward to seeing his take on this character who has shot up in popularity thanks to…

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Action Lab’s Athena Voltaire Returns in ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE GOLDEN DAWN

ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE GOLDEN DAWN: The Nazi Fighting Aviatrix Returns in Another High-Tension Adventure! ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE GOLDEN DAWN TPB Writer(s): Steve Bryant Artist Name(s): Yusuf Idris (art), Juanma Aguilera (colors) Cover Artist(s): Steve Bryant 128 pgs./ T / FC On Sale November 2018 for $14.99   Athena Voltaire travels the world on dangerous missions to find fantastic ancient artifacts. In her latest adventure, she goes to Portugal to find a previously undiscovered Da Vinci Codex. But not all is as it seems with Athena and her companions…

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Martian Manhunter Comic Coming in December

We got some comic news from DC Comics via The Hollywood Reporter. We’ve learned that Artist Riley Rossmo and writer Steve Orlando will be the creative team for a 12 issue series revolving around Martian Manhunter. J’onn J’onzz has been a favorite of mines since Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Over the years is considered to be a fan-favorite. So to hear him getting his own series, I couldn’t be happier. To quote THR on what this series will be about along with posting some of the artwork by Riley…

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