While pretty much everything's on hiatus, what's good to watch or catch up on?( Read more...Collapse )
Medium (based on experiences of real-world psychic Allison DuBois) premiered in January of 2005 to strong numbers and garnered its star Patricia Arquette a Best Actress in a Drama Series Emmy. It has since survived scheduling chaos, moving from Monday to Wednesday and then back to Monday, And now with the current season, it's jumped to Friday and it's jumped from NBC to CBS, where it's been filmed all along. Fans like us at ComicsOnline are hoping that this will lend some stability and allow Medium to continue for another five seasons.( Read more...Collapse )
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies hit stores today, and to celebrate, how about some exclusive individual interviews with five of the creators and talent? We've got interviews with actor Clancy Brown of LOST and Earth 2 fame, Bruce Timm of everything DC Universe Animated fame, Kevin Conroy the definitive voice of Batman, Andrea Romano the casting and voice director for everything in the animated DCU, and Stan Berkowitz who adapted into a screenplay the original six-issue arc by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness that began the Superman/Batman series back in 2003.
The aforementioned writer Stan Berkowitz
Clancy Brown has escaped the Swan Hatch, but can he escape justice at the hands of Superman and Batman?( Read more...Collapse )
While hardcore comic book fanboy support for NBC's Heroes seemed to have waned over Seasons 2 and 3, those of us that stuck with our interconnected group of heroes were treated to an strong season end. If you were among those who dropped out, now's the time to pick up the Blu-rays and catch up before the new season starts.
Heroes debuted in 2006 to strong reviews as a handful of otherwise normal people began popping up with powers. Doctor Suresh, an Indian professor was studying this phenomenon, and tracking the recipients of these extraordinary gifts, but when his son Mohinder followed him to New York, he found that his father had been killed and his research had been ransacked. Why was his father killed? Who on earth has powers and what kinds? How long and how deep does this conspiracy run that killed his father?
Three seasons have come and gone and the answers to some of these questions are still unravelling. Season Three begins as there's an assassination attempt ...
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Supernatural originally debuted as part of 2005's fall season, and followed its Thursday partner Smallville from the WB over to the CW, until this year when Smallville when Clark ditches his younger brothers Sam and Dean and moves to Fridays. No review material available on the latest Smallville Blu-rays unfortunately, so no review on the website, but our podcast listeners know we talk about the show often there.
In plenty of time for the premiere of The Fourth Season on Showtime next month (September 27th, 2009), Dexter: The Third Season is out on Blu-ray now from Paramount so you can relive the excitement of last season, or experience it for the first time, all in the best way possible: 1080p resolution and Dolby Digital TrueHD 5.1.
Dexter: The First Season introduced Dexter Morgan, Miami's secret antihero serial killer of serial killers, and the cast of characters in his life including his sister, officer Debra Morgan (Hall's real-life wife Jennifer Carpenter, Quarantine), his mental ghost Jiminy Cricket and foster father Police Officer Harry Morgan (James Remar, Jericho), girlfriend Rita Bennett (Julie Benz, Darla from Buffy and Angel), fellow forensic scientist Vince Masuka (CS Lee, Harry Tang from Chuck). Season One centered around "The Ice Truck Killer", a serial murderer who turned out to be closer to Dexter than anyone would have thought.
Dexter: The Second Season spins right out of the first, when bags containing the bodies of Dexter's victims are found by divers in the water off the Florida coast, and Miami Metro PD focuses all it's resources on finding a new serial killer, and ironically that serial killer is one of the department's resources.
*SPOILER ALERT* Read on for details about the beginning of Dexter: the Third Season.( Read more...Collapse )
ComicsOnline's Matt Sernaker (winner of ABC's LOST theme song contest and moderator of Sony's Comic Con Spectacular Spider-Man panel) took time out of his busy Con schedule to interview Joss Whedon and Eliza Dushku about the future of Dollhouse (with some help from our new friends at the awesome Wired Magazine).( Read more...Collapse )