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Superheroes on TV: Inclusion 

I’ve mentioned before that I love what DC is doing with representation in their shared universe. I’d even go as far as to call shows like Supergirl, Arrow, and especially The Flash progressive in their portrayal of race and sexual orientation. We have yet to see an instance of in-show…

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Superheroes on TV: Anti-Heroes 

On this week’s Superheroes on TV column, we take a look at anti-heroes with DC outlier, Lucifer, and we’ll also explore Captain Cold and his reluctant good guy streak on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Lucifer Morningstar is actually gaining some humanity; something that irks him greatly. However, his carefully constructed…

Recaps

Black Sails “XXIV” 

It has always been easy to love the fast thinking, con-artist side of John Silver. Now it’s become a treat to watch vulnerable John Silver open up to people and share a little honesty. Madi has brought out a far more complex and stronger Silver. He still views help as…

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Superheroes on TV: Villains 

There’s something to be said for a good bad-guy. Someone so dastardly and twisted a character that they really push a protagonist to their limits. Without a good villain, it’s hard to have a great hero. The Flash seems to be the exception to this rule (the TV series at…

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Superheroes on TV: Family Matters 

Even heroes need a hero. Whether it’s blood relatives, or the family you choose on the road of life, these bonds are what can make our superheroes better. This week, we take a closer look at Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow as they all explore how…

Previews

Black Sails Preview: “XXII” 

If you thought Black Sails was heavy on the emotions with “XXI,” you’re in for a shock. Bear with me as I do my best to keep the spoilers at bay while previewing episode XXII. (However, there may be a few minor spoilers below!) Woodes Rodgers and Eleanor make quite…