CW’s Invasion! hits the highs and lows of the Arrowverse

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know The CW’s programming is about 50% shows based on characters and stories pulled from DC comics. The “Arrowverse” stems from 2012’s Arrow, initially a gritty Nolan-esque take on street-level vigilante Green Arrow (Stephen Amell), and now includes a young adult Read More …

Turtle Teens Krang Ten in TMNT: Out of the Shadows [Review]

In 2014, Deadshirt’s very own Trashboys-in-residence Max Robinson and Mike Pfeiffer attended the New York premiere of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Two years later, our boys managed to con their way into the New York premiere of the sequel, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of Read More …

Deadshirt Is Watching… The Silver Age of Television

Deadshirt Is Watching…is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt staff, contributors, and guests sound off on the television shows we’re tuned into, from intense dramas to clever sitcoms to the most insane reality shows. This week: The Flash, Arrow, and The Grinder! Dylan Roth is Watching… The Flash Season Read More …

Deadshirt Is Watching… Exes! Thrones! Leagues of Assassins!

Deadshirt Is Watching… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt staff, contributors, and guests sound off on the television shows we’re tuned into, from intense dramas to clever sitcoms to the most insane reality shows. This week: Game of Thrones, My Crazy Ex, and Arrow!  Joe Stando is watching… Game Read More …

Deadshirt Is Watching… Politics! Performance Art! Hot People Shooting Arrows!

Deadshirt Is Watching…is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt staff, contributors, and guests sound off on the television shows we’re tuned into, from intense dramas to clever sitcoms to the most insane reality shows. This week: Arrow, Madam Secretary, and Fake Off.  Dylan Roth is Watching… Arrow, The CW Read More …

Tights, Flights, Suits & Ties – DC Entertainment’s TV Variety

  Ten years ago, Marvel Comics was limping out of bankruptcy. Now, they’re arguably the defining entertainment brand of the decade. They’ve taken characters like Iron Man, Thor, and Black Widow, who not too long ago were total unknowns outside of comics fandom, and turned Read More …