At the start of the season finale, Eva is wearing a special suit to help her stay in her physical form outside of the Mirror-verse. Mirror David Singh is still doing her bidding.Continue reading “The Flash: Success is Assured | 6 x19 (season finale)”
Cisco, Ralph, and Barry flip the switch to the artificial speed force, and it fails. The three of them look at each other with disappointment as the title sequence starts.Continue reading “The Flash: Liberation | 6 x17- review”
The episode begins with Mirror Iris acclimating a newly formed Mirror Kamilla. They meet with Eva, who has found a way to talk with them without Iris hearing. Their mission is to recover Eva’s invention, the Prismatic Refractor, so that everyone can escape the Mirror Realm.Continue reading “The Flash: The Exorcism of Nash Wells | 6 x15 – review”
This episode of The Flash episode has a little bit of an ominous feeling to the beginning of this episode as Barry looks for his parent’s gravesite with no luck.Continue reading “The Flash: Grodd Friended Me | 6 x13 – review”
What happened to Iris when she walked into the mirror?Continue reading “The Flash: A Girl Named Sue | 6 x 12 – Review”
After Iris was abducted by a mystical mirror…Continue reading “The Flash: Love Is a Battlefield | 6 x11 – Review”
The Flash is back for the second half of the season. After the events of the crisis, Team Flash is ramping up its operations again.Continue reading “The Flash: Marathon | 6 x10 – review”
After the blockbuster success of Joker in October 2019, there have been reports of a possible sequel to capitalize on its stand-alone success.Continue reading “Maybe DC shouldn’t make a Joker sequel”
Finally, the Crisis on Infinite Earth’s special continues on The CW after a month-long hiatus. Please feel free to catch up with the events of the crisis by clicking here (for part 1 and 2) and here (for part 3).Continue reading “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Pt. 4 & 5 | The Flash / Arrow (The CW)”
There are a lot of reviews available on this blog site, but there a few opinions that I will argue with anyone about. I’ve listed them below.Continue reading “Favorite Opinion Posts of 2019”
I had two thoughts while I watched the first episode of DC Universes’ new Harley Quinn series.Continue reading “Harley Quinn based on one episode: (DC Universe)”
After Barry lost his mental battle with Ramsey in the last episode of The Flash, Cisco devised a plan to defeat Ramsey and save the city. He explains his idea to shoot Ramsey with radiation and stop his ability to infect the citizens of Central City because at this point he is creating Blood Brothers and Sisters.Continue reading “The Flash: The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 2 | 6 x08 (the CW)”
After taking a week off, the CW’s flash returned to Tuesday night. Harrison ‘Nash’ Wells tells Iris, Barry, and a few other people about the Monitors hideout in the tunnels of the city. He calls the Monitor a cosmic imposter with delusions of grandeur who is trying to invoke fear. Nash’s goal is to expose the Monitor. He thinks this will also save Barry.Continue reading “The Flash: License to Elongate | 6 x06 – (the CW)”
This week in Central City, Ramsey Rosso finally ascended into madness while trying to cure his terminal illness, HLH. The episode began with Ramsey sneaking into Central City General (the city hospital) and stealing 10 liters of blood. He believes he can rebuild his cellular structure with the new blood and Romero’s blood and create a cure.Continue reading “The Flash: There Will Be Blood | 6 x 04 (the CW)”
This movie was enjoyable for multiple reasons. Most specifically because it poked so much fun at the generation of kids that got pissed when Teen Titans went off-air in 2006 and eventually were replaced by Teen Titans Go! in 2013.
But I have to admit I felt silly when I realized the same actors are voice acting for both versions of the characters in both Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go! That made me laugh.Continue reading “Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans (review)”
Last week I finally got around to watching Shazam! It was an entertaining movie that had its campy moments, but overall it was a solid story with pretty good character development. Especially with the main character, Bill Batson.
After I watched Shazam! I started thinking about if Billy Batson joined the ranks of Barry Allen, Oliver Queen, and all of the other DC Legends. It would be a great way to get more out of the character Shazam! were a television series.
Think this over with me.
In my movie review, I expressed that young Billy Batson was more interesting than Shazam Billy Batson. In a TV series, Billy could evolve as a teenager as he adjusts to life with his new family. The story could pick up where it left off at the end of the movie. It may be a could idea to retcon his siblings getting powers or just making them dormant until the season finale. Concentrating on Billy’s character would be the best.
From the superhero perspective, Billy could learn the ropes of what it means to be the savior of his city. Especially since apparently, he knows Superman now. It wouldn’t be so unbelievable that Shazam would know the Flash and the other just like in the comics.
Most of the CW shows have some form of comedic relief in them. Billy Batson as Shazam and his brother Freddy brought a lot of funny moments to the movie. It would be a waste not to put them in more situations together.
The adventures that he’d be able to go on with his brother as a superhero and as his teenage self would give episodes of entertainment.
If Shazam is a television character, I think I would be able to get around the suit. I was critical of the suit in my review of the movie. I felt the suit looked very campy and bulky off of Zachary Levi. However, he could get away with that suit if it was a television production.
This could be a stretch, but honestly, I think that the Shazam character could benefit from having weekly episodic adventures. The Flash has a new lifespan due to his TV run on the CW. Weekly stories would allow us to get to know the other siblings better, flush out Billy Batson as a character, and build his story for a new audience.