Tag: Super Heros
Although it’s been a financial triumph, Suicide Squad has had its share of criticism and bad reviews. Much of the negativity has been aimed at Harley Quinn. While most people like Margot Robbie’s performance, there was a backlash on Twitter, Tumbler and other sites because Harley was seen as being too anti-feminist.
Every comic fan has an opinion on who the best super hero is. Fans have argued for decades regarding the merits of their favorite heroes. Now science has an answer for you. After several years of research, a scientific study has listed the 10 best super heroes ever.
This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Batman TV show (1966-68) starring Adam West and Burt Ward as Batman and his teen partner Robin the Boy Wonder. The show was a huge hit when first released and still has a loyal following today. The show was a clever satire, not only on super heroes but also on 1960s pop-culture in general. Cinelinx celebrates ABC’s Batman at 50.
After the overwhelmingly positive critical and fan reaction to Marvel’s excellent Netflix show Daredevil, they’ve finally released their sophomore effort, Jessica Jones. Does the second Netflix super hero show compare to the first? Cinelinx reviews the entire first season of Jessica Jones. (Beware of spoilers.)
With trailers now in theaters and the 2016 release date slowly inching closer, speculation is growing about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Most people assume—probably correctly—that Batman will leave the Man of Steel lying in defeat. Batman’s popularity is such that bat-fans would riot if the Dark Knight should lose. However, the fact is…Batman SHOULD lose, and here are five good reasons why.
In their freshman year, Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil series and DC’s CW show the Flash got some of the most overwhelmingly positive reviews of any TV shows ever based on super heroes. They are arguably the two best debut seasons for shows adapted from a comic book. Which one is better? Cinelinx looks at these two excellent shows to determine the live action small screen comic champ.
With the current comic book boom under way, you’d expect Marvel to show some love for their first-ever character—Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner. Since legal entanglements prevent Namor from showing up in a film, why not allow the king of the seas to meet the Agents of SHIELD?
The latest news from DC’s TVU is about a possible spinoff in development that will feature characters from both Arrow and the Flash joining forces in what’s being described as a “superhero team-up show.” The rumor is that the show will have three super heroes who have never been seen on TV before. Which DC characters should appear on the show?
The upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will set up the planned Justice League movie in 2017. For comic fans who just can’t wait another two and a half years for the iconic super hero group to appear, you may be getting an earlier version on TV, in the shared universe being created by Arrow, the Flash and the in-development Supergirl show.