Batman: Gotham by Gaslight (2018 Film) Review

While I don’t typically read comic books, I do admit, the comic-book writers come up with some interesting concepts. It’s not uncommon for them to make a mini alternate-reality separate from the main time-line. The idea for Gotham By Gaslight is obvious, what if Batman lived in a time of technology of a Victorian England?…

Gotham (TV Series) Season 2 Review

I really liked the first season, but the season was lengthy in both episode count and how long each episode is. Not many people could finish Gotham in a weekend, which is true for the second season too. The second season takes place with Jim Gordon trying to climb up the ladder again with the…

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016 Film) Review

Last couple of years, I’ve missed out on a lot of the movies in the DC comics animated lineup. While I saw Batman vs. Two-Face not long ago, this animated movie starring Adam West and Burt Ward serves as its prequel though the stories aren’t really that connected by any means. While the Adam West…

Batman vs. Two-Face (2017 Film) Review

I had no idea this movie existed last year when it came out. It’s actually a sequel to the Batman 1960’s TV series starring Adam West and Burt Ward. Adam West died last year but managed to do all his work for the movie before it was completed. While the TV series with Adam West…

Batman and Harley Quinn (2017 Film) Review

The animated films in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies are numerous and hard to keep up with. Most of them don’t sequel each other (besides a few) so you don’t have to watch them all to enjoy a newer one. Batman and Harley Quinn was obviously made to leech off the success of Margot…