Daredevil returned to Netflix with new episodes last Friday. I may be the only writer here so far to finish the new episodes. Color me surprised. I just must have had a lot of free time this weekend.
Now I feel sad.
Anyway, review and SPOILERS after the cut.
Continue reading Geek Review: Daredevil Season Two (With SPOILERS)
Marvel/Disney and DC/Warner Brothers have been circling each other, looking for weaknesses, as befits a pair of business rivals looking to earn some of the mighty audience dollars, the most powerful substance in either universe.
So, how has the most recent iteration of this rivalry come up?
Continue reading Daredevil And The Punisher Take On Superman And Batman
There’s a lot of TV out there, and some of it is about New Jersey mobsters.
No, not The Sopranos. That may come later. This week I’m referring to Boardwalk Empire.
Continue reading Non-Geek TV From The Geek Perspective: Boardwalk Empire
Like any self-respecting Geek-Girl, I totally binged watched Marvel’s Daredevil on Netflix this past weekend. Don’t judge! I’m not ashamed – I love comics, I love Marvel, and I love TV, so this was a win-win for me. But I was weary, yes dear readers, I was weary of how it would all pan out. So the question is, did Daredevil live up to the advertising hype? Spoiler alert: IT DID! And I’ll tell you why it’s changing the future for superhero stories on TV.
Continue reading Daredevil Has Changed The Future For Superhero Stories On TV
Netflix recently dropped the first of five superhero series for its subscribers to enjoy. Daredevil is quite good, though to be honest as of this typing I’ve only seen the first five or so episodes. Charlie Cox makes a good superhero. Vincent D’Onofrio is an excellent Kingpin. There was much rejoicing.
Now, I’m not here to review the series. Better reviewers than I have or will do so, and I have other things to do. Instead, I want to discuss tone and how it applies to superheroes on TV and to a lesser extent in the movies.
Continue reading On Supehero Media And Tone