Bob Garlen


CBM Username: BobGarlen
Member Since: 6/3/2010
CBM Posts: 326

Contact BobGarlen Bob Garlen, Fancaster, Fan Fic Writer, and overall Comic Book Fan.
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Bob Garlen Presents... My Version Of: Gotham The T.V. Series Bob Garlen Presents... My Version Of: Gotham The T.V. Series
My Take on the FOX Drama "GOTHAM" Chronicling the origins of a Young Bruce Wayne and Detective Jim Gordon, as they learn to battle the threats behind the city. - BobGarlen
Bob Garlen Presents... My Version Of: Smallville The T.V. Series Bob Garlen Presents... My Version Of: Smallville The T.V. Series
This is my take on how I would have Done Smallville if I could go back in time and alter the series to my vision, stopping what would become the most well know Superman Adaptation to T.V. - BobGarlen
Bob Garlen Presents: Masters of the Universe: The Legend of He-Man Trilogy Fan Cast Bob Garlen Presents: Masters of the Universe: The Legend of He-Man Trilogy Fan Cast
This stands as my take on a Masters of the Universe Film Adaptation. The Idea is to build an epic mythos like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, while also having a more barbarian edge with a PG-13 rating. - BobGarlen
Bob Garlen Reviews - The Netflix Original Series: Marvel's Luke Cage Season 1 Bob Garlen Reviews - The Netflix Original Series: Marvel's Luke Cage Season 1
My Review of the Critically Acclaimed Luke Cage, the Harlem Based Superhero For Hire, starring Mike Colter, Simone Missick, and Oscar Winner Mahershala Ali. - BobGarlen
Bob Garlen Presents: Mortal Kombat Feature Film Trilogy Fancast! Bob Garlen Presents: Mortal Kombat Feature Film Trilogy Fancast!
My Take on a Mortal Kombat Feature Film Trilogy, as I would Cast it. With the intent that the trilogy would film over a 3 year period as a 3 Part Epic. - BobGarlen
Bob Garlen Reviews - The Netflix Original Series: Marvel's Daredevil Season 2 Bob Garlen Reviews - The Netflix Original Series: Marvel's Daredevil Season 2
My review of Marvel and Netflix's Second Season of Daredevil, and the show continues to be fearless with its encounters with audiences, taking more chances than Season 1. - BobGarlen