Review: SUPERMAN (1978)

Arguably the first true cinematic comic book adaptation, Superman is a film which mostly holds up almost four decades after its original release. Of course, one cannot forget to at least touch upon Christopher Reeve’s performance as the titular character when discussing the film. Reeve simply embodies both sides of his character so perfectly, from the…Continue Reading “Review: SUPERMAN (1978)”

FEATURE: Five Storylines We’d Love to See Adapted in the DCEU

With the DC Extended Universe nearly upon us, now is a prime time to look forward and speculate on what stories these films may mine from the vast history of DC Comics. Below, there is a list of five stories which would be excellent choices to adapt in future DCEU films. 5. The Court Of Owls…Continue Reading “FEATURE: Five Storylines We’d Love to See Adapted in the DCEU”

FEATURE: 5 Villains We Would Love to See in the JUSTICE LEAGUE Feature Film(s)

Hey guys, welcome back to Watchtower of Babel News’ 25 Days of Batman V Superman! Today we will be talking about the top 5 villains we would want to see in the Justice League feature film. Justice League Part 1 is right around the corner, with production beginning in April. Hopefully we will see one…Continue Reading “FEATURE: 5 Villains We Would Love to See in the JUSTICE LEAGUE Feature Film(s)”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Marooned” Review

Featuring the CWverse‘s first excursion into space, Marooned unfortunately did not offer much improvement from Legends Of Tomorrow‘s last episode. Receiving a distress call from a fellow Time-Masters’ ship named Acheron, the team opts to offer assistance and head for outer space, if only to gain a programming update for Gideon will which help them track…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Marooned” Review”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Star City 2046” Review

Star City 2046 contains what is most likely Legends Of Tomorrow‘s most interesting story concept, making it a shame that the execution heavily falters. After returning to Star City, 30 years after they had departed, in the last episode, the team finds the city in a state that can only be described as Escape From…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Star City 2046” Review”

FEATURE: 5 Villains We Want to See in THE BATMAN Solo Movie

Hey guys, welcome back to Watchtower of Babel News’ 25 Days of Batman V Superman. Today we will be discussing 5 villains we would LOVE to see in the next Batman feature film/s. With a lore so rich as the Batman universe, it’s hard not to leave out someone’s favorite villain. Please remember this before…Continue Reading “FEATURE: 5 Villains We Want to See in THE BATMAN Solo Movie”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Fail-Safe” Review

Fail-Safe continued the pattern set by previous Legends Of Tomorrow episodes by providing solid, albeit unremarkable, comic-book entertainment. The conclusion to this two-parter continued the set-up of the preceding episode not just in terms of story but in character as well. Sara’s shame over her assassin past was brought to the forefront of this episode when Hunter…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Fail-Safe” Review”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “White Knights” Review

With three out of the four Legends Of Tomorrow episodes being fairly high quality, and the time-travel concept finally be exploited further by shifting setting from 1975, I’d say it’s fair to label the series a success.  One area the show has being excelling with for the past week is character, and justifiably so, given the…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “White Knights” Review”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Blood Ties” Review

The third episode of Legends Of Tomorrow fortunately continued the relative high quality of the previous episode, while mining into the series’ central premise further. The central pairing of this episode was Rip Hunter and Sara Lance, with the two of them on a mission to destroy Savage’s funds and thus impede his eventual conquest of…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Blood Ties” Review”

DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Pilot, Part 2” Review

Coming off of a rather mediocre and over-stuffed pilot, Legends Of Tomorrow‘s second installment overall turned out to be a substantial improvement over it’s first.  This uptake in quality can likely be owed to the show’s groundwork being laid so fervently in the premiere, and so the pilot’s follow-up (and hopefully the rest of the season)…Continue Reading “DC’s LEGENDS OF TOMORROW “Pilot, Part 2” Review”