Continuing the trend of no new ideas, CBS made the choice to bring back Star Trek, in the new incarnation of “Star Trek: Discovery.”
Kill or be Killed continues to be my favorite comic since – I dunno, Peter David’s most recent run on X-Factor, Ed Brubaker’s run on Captain America… What I’m trying to say is I love it.
My intention was to only review the first episode of “The Orville.” Honestly, I wasn’t sure I was going to keep watching it.
I came in for the new issue of Kill or be Killed but my LCS gave me Marvel LEGACY FREE PREVIEWS SPOTLIGHT (2017) #1, too. I was underwhelmed. Here’s why.
Gotham is the first of the hero shows to return from summer vacation.
“The Orville” has been talked about for a while now, since the first few trailers were released.
The Defenders wrap up their first season with a lot of things going on. There’s no announcement as yet about a second season, but it was months before they confirmed season two of Iron Fist, so that doesn’t necessarily mean anything. The basis for some friendships are formed, among both the heroes and at least some of the supporting cast. And at least one character takes a major step towards their comic book incarnation.