It’s by punching Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) in the face. Hey, if Jonah Hex (Johnathon Schaech) delivering this justly deserved bit of frontier justice to the rogue Time Master doesn’t get you on board for this show, nothing will.
When New Zealander KJ Apa was cast as Archie Andrews in Riverdale, people were alarmed that a man with distinctly not red hair would play one of the most iconic red-haired characters in comic books. Never fear—the first pictures from Riverdale have hit the web, and Archie looks great.
We already knew that the CW was cooking up an 1880-set show called Transylvania, about “a headstrong young woman” (sigh) who travels from New York to Transylvania in search of her missing father, with the added bonus of encounters with “the most famous monsters and villains in history.”
The real reason The 100 is such a great show isn’t its beautiful actors or its badass fight scenes. We love this show for the way characters are put in impossible situations, so that we can watch them make hard—sometimes appalling—choices, that add shades to their personalities and cause them to grow.
The CW’s modernized take on Archie Comics has been casting for a while now, but it’s finally revealed its Archie Andrews: 18-year-old New Zealander KJ Apa.
New set pictures from Supergirl’s highly anticipated crossover episode with The Flash reveal that Barry will end up helping Kara fight not one but two villains: Livewire (who Kara has tussled with before) as well as the new-to-the-show Silver Banshee. Check them out, getting ready to kick superhero butt!
Legends of Tomorrow is unlike anything DC or the CW have tried to make for live-action television. Where Arrow and The Flash were focused character studies of Oliver Queen and Barry Allen, both of which slowly bloomed into team shows over many episodes, Legends of Tomorrow corrals all the B-players from its popular CW…
We’re still a month out from seeing Vixen on Arrow, but now we have the first peek at what she’ll look like. And it’s a very nice way to make the animated costume work on TV.
Don’t believe me? Watch this new trailer and see for yourself. Building off the recently released clip of White Canary getting in a bar brawl in the ‘70s, this promo really plays up the “wacky band of misfits” saving the universe to a ‘70s music soundtrack.
It looks like Megalyn Echikunwoke’s appearance on Arrow next week is only the first step for Vixen. According to CW president Mark Pedowitz, the hope is to use a series of small appearances by the character to jumpstart a spinoff.
No, you didn’t fall down and hit your head. The CW and DC are really letting Legends of Tomorrow spend part of its very first season time traveling to the Old West. Where they’ll meet up with Jonah Hex.
It’s not long before the CW’s answer to the Justice League hits our TV screens, and everything we’ve seen so far seems wildly ambitious and full of that cheesy, earnest fun that the CW’s DC universe thrives on. That same sense of fun is definitely there in this new clip, along side a whole bunch of butt kicking.
If you were waiting for the return of the first Firestorm to The Flash, I have some bad news. Technically, that’s not Firestorm pictured above, it’s someone else... someone sinister. You can tell because this Ronnie Raymond is sporting a black jacket, widely accepted as the most evil of jacket colors.
You can’t keep a good woman imbued with the power of the entire animal kingdom down. Previously relegated to an animated series companion to the CW’s DC TV-verse, Vixen will be joining the live-action big league when Megalyn Echikunwoke brings the hero to life as a guest star on Arrow.
Executives for CBS’s Supergirl have said that they’ll never cross the DC heroine over with CW’s The Flash or Arrow, but according to Bleeding Cool, they might be changing their minds.
Courtesy of the first still of this year’s much-anticipated (by me!) Arrow/Flash crossover, we have our first look at the Hawkpeople of the DC-CW-TV universe, in their Hawk-duds. It’s certainly an improvement over what Smallville presented, but suffice to say I don’t think the Hawk-helmet has been mastered in…
I told you I wasn’t worried! “Flash of Two Worlds” was exactly what I wanted from last week’s season premiere, with crazy Silver Age comic science fiction, new Flash powers, a good CW-budgeted super-brawl and with the much-anticipated return of my very favorite aspects of season one.
When Arrow first began, it was reticent to show off its comic past—Oliver Queen was a snarly Batman-type, the Green Arrow became “The Hood” and “The Vigilante”, and Star City became Starling. But as the show increasingly embraces its roots, those things have changed (okay, not Ollie)—and now the city has too.
We’ve known for a while that The Flash would be bringing in the original Flash, Jay Garrick, in its second season. Now we’ve got our first look at Teddy Sears in action as the Flash of Earth-2, and it’s in a glorious, glorious homage to the iconic comic cover for The Flash #123: Flash Of Two Worlds!