This Week at Channel: Superhero

Instead of my previous weekly superhero TV re-caps, I wanted to help spread the word a bit more on my new site, Channel: Superhero so I thought that the best way to do that is to continue to share the weekly superhero shows on TV, though if you want to read more about the episode and comment, feel free to do that over on my sister site, which you can also find through the link in the sidebar that looks like a remote control.



Welcome Back, Jim Gordon
Jim Gordon is a detective again, Penguin gets his club, and Mooney comes to the end of her run in Gotham’s mob family.

Agent Carter

The Blitzkrieg Button
Agent Carter sees the return of Dominic Cooper’s Howard Stark as well as the standard Stan Lee cameo in a lighter and slower episode.

The Flash

The Sound and the Fury
Dr. Wells plays a metaphorical game of chess with a previous employee of his who now has sonic gloves.


Midnight City
The team brings on a new Black Canary while Ollie recuperates in Hong Kong while having flashbacks of his earlier time there.


A Whole World Out There
Constantine comes back to a local friend who hasn’t died yet to help solve some kids who stumbled into a true out of body experience.

The Six Million Dollar Man

Yes, the Six Million Dollar Man is a superhero show, just like how Cyborg is a DC superhero, here’s the setup before getting into the first three, three pilot movies.

Batman Beyond

The follow up to the revered Batman: The Animated series, the future Batman is on par with TAS though not as often looked at.

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

Marvel in the 80’s where Spidey teamed up with Iceman and the Human Torc-err Firestar. The first episode forgoes the origin story and goes right into a battle with the Green Goblin.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

A much lighter Batman that brings in lots of different obscure DC superheroes in this big team-up show, the first episode brings in the Blue Beetle.


About Bubbawheat

I'm a comic book movie enthusiast who has watched and reviewed over 500 superhero and comic book movies in the past seven years, my goal is to continue to find and watch and review every superhero movie ever made.

Posted on February 1, 2015, in TV Nights and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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