When The Flash returns following a grueling three-week hiatus, Barry Allen will be preparing to face off against this season’s sinister big bad Zoom. The last time we saw Barry and Team Flash they were dealing with the revelation of Zoom’s true identity: Jay Garrick, the man they believe wasRead More →

While Arrow’s flashbacks have never been my favorite thing, during the show’s early years they were appealing as one could expect. They’ve never really outshone the present story that grappled with Oliver Queen’s heroic journey after his five years of hell. But early on they felt viable. Seasons one andRead More →

When fans were first introduced to Oliver Queen in the Arrow pilot, we met a shell of a man who struggled with an overwhelming darkness that he seemed destined to make his home in. This hero that we were supposed to follow and supposed to invest in was closed offRead More →

Television has flourished during the height of the superhero genre that has brought a variety of different superheroes to life for a vast audience that has embraced their stories. Whether it’s the traditional superpowered heroes like The Flash or Supergirl or the non-traditional, non-superpowered heroes like Green Arrow and Daredevil,Read More →

Fangirlish writers adore their fictional characters. We all have our favorites from a variety of television shows especially. So in a fit of genius or insanity because we are all fannishly busy stressing over making sure readers have preview guides, recaps and a multitude of opinions on these television universes;Read More →

When it comes to season-long mysteries, no one has done it quite like Arrow this season with a grave mystery that has kept viewers intrigued and involved since the season four premiere back in October. That’s what happens when you tease a major character death in the first episode ofRead More →

Fangirlish writers adore their fictional characters. We all have our favorites from a variety of television shows especially. So in a fit of genius or insanity because we are all fannishly busy stressing over making sure readers have preview guides, recaps and a multitude of opinions on these television universes; now we’reRead More →

Fangirlish writers adore their fictional characters. We all have our favorites from a variety of television shows especially. So in a fit of genius or insanity because we are all fannishly busy stressing over making sure readers have preview guides, recaps and a multitude of opinions on these television universes; nowRead More →

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 30 years since the 1985 Chicago Bears captivated and dominated the football world en route to a Super Bowl championship and a reputation as one of the NFL’s best teams of all time. But you wouldn’t know that speaking to Bears fans likeRead More →

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is not perfect, but one thing that it got entirely right was the depiction of the two leads. Their stories are nearly subversive, entirely reflective of the world we live in, and a celebration of a new fandom eager to explore the gritty, lived-in worldRead More →

Heroes and Villains Fanfest (HVFF) promised to be a weekend of panels, fantastic artwork, and meeting up with other lovers of comics/books/movies/television. I had high expectations. Then Blizzard Jonas aka Snowzilla hit the East Coast with a vengeance. He covered everything with copious amounts of fluffy snow and left manyRead More →

I’ve been thinking about this subject a lot this week, especially considering the Steelers advanced to the Divisional Round and that just means one more week of Ben Roethlisberger. Or, what is worse, one more week of the media trying to cover Ben Roethlisbeger in a way that doesn’t come offRead More →