Arrow: The Fallen Review
Unfortunately everything that was supposed to be a surprising moment in the episode just wasn’t: Thea was resurrected via the Lazarus Pit, Oliver took his place beside Ra’s al Ghul, Ray and Felicity broke up, Olicity finally got together, and Maseo losing his son drove him into the League of Assassins. That’s not to say that “The Fallen” wasn’t a good episode, it still was a solid hour of Arrow.
The Flash: Who is Harrison Wells? Review
There was a nice Easter egg at the beginning of the episode. Barry runs to Coast City to grab some pizza, and while there he passed a sign with Ferris Air on it. Ferris Air is a shout-out to the pilot Hal Jordan who is also known as the Green Lantern.
ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club Has Officially Received A Premiere Date
The Astronaut Wives Club will take place in the 1960s, when America was in its height of the space race frenzy, when astronauts were seen as America’s greatest and bravest heroes. It followed that the women who stood beside them were also heroes in the eyes of the American people. The astronaut wives became celebrities and were seen in every household that had a television set.
Disney’s Create Tomorrowland – XPRIZE Challenge
By: Haylee Fisher (@haylee_fisher) Share your ideas of the future through the Disney and XPRIZE Create Tomorrowland Challenge! We already told you the basics earlier this month, but in case you missed it, here they are: Disney and XPRIZE have teamed up to offer kids the opportunity to share their vision of the future. Participants […]
Indie Comics Spotlight: Harrow County, The Fox, Bloodshot Reborn
The Fox: Fox Hunt #1 is a pretty adventurous romp with a main character who never seems to have a normal day…or life for that matter. Part of the allure of the property is the duality of superhero and regular person, which shines through in the issue. Haspiel and Waid’s story flows well in an evenly paced manner. Haspiel’s illustrations are relaxed and demonstrate an intuitive approach to The Fox and his world. The Fox: Fox Hunt #1 is an enjoyable comic that doesn’t really take itself too seriously.