John Barrowman and his sister Carole have a history of teaming up to work on new stories for characters Barrowman has played in the past (including several stories about his Doctor Who/Torchwood hero Jack Harkness). Now the duo are turning their talents to Barrowman’s charming Arrow villain, Malcolm Merlyn.
We’ve noticed the Flash/Arrow universe contains a remarkable number of characters portrayed by professionally trained singers.
Here is my list of supporting actors and actresses in television right now that I think deserve a shot at a leading role. Feel free to nominate your own favorites in the comments.
Chris Eccleston's reign as the Ninth Doctor only lasted a season, but Doctor Who fans looking for more adventures of the leather jacket-wearing Time Lord need look no further than Titan's newest Who comic, which pairs him not just with Rose, but the dashing, omnisexual Jack Harkness as well.
Tonight sees the season premiere of Arrow, last year's most exciting new show. We caught up with stars Stephen Amell and David Ramsey, plus Malcolm Merlyn actor John Barrowman back at Comic-Con, and they explained to us how Oliver's failure at the end of season one will affect what happens in season two.
If you saw the latest episode of the superhero soap opera Arrow on The CW, you'll know that Tommy Merlyn took a fateful step, one there may be no going back from. But what comes next for Tommy? We caught up with actor Colin Donnell at Wondercon and asked him. Spoilers ahead...
In 1994, John Barrowman was a children's television show host with a devil-may-care hairdo. William Shatner was a man with a Fonz jacket and a movie to promote. Together, they unwittingly participated in the Doctor Who/Star Trek team-up Russell T. Davies was always keen to do.
DC and Marvel have crossed over their superheroes officially on several occasions, but what about those times canny writers and illustrators snuck these titanic team-ups under the table? Here's a bunch of times Marvel and DC creators stealthily transcended universes.
Is Captain Jack Harkness the secret villain of Torchwood? The formerly immortal time hustler certainly seems to have a nearly limitless dark past. But actor John Barrowman insists that Captain Jack always aims to do the right thing.
Matt Smith wants Captain Jack to appear in Doctor Who's 50th anniversary special. And at the Torchwood panel here at San Diego Comic-Con, John Barrowman just said that he'd like to return to the show that made him famous.
Torchwood: Miracle Day starts airing in a couple days on Starz, and we have pretty high expectations for the Doctor Who spin-off. But when the show's creators spoke to us on a conference call, they only raised our hopes further.
Captain Jack Harkness reveals he's made a fatal error, in a new featurette for Torchwood: Miracle Day. Here's an exclusive first look at one of the new character-centric featurettes being unveiled for the fourth season of Doctor Who's edgy spinoff.
One day, you could find yourself debating whether Torchwood season ten was as good as season nine, if current plans continue. At least, star John Barrowman says the current plan is for seven more years of the Doctor Who spinoff.
Carole Barrowman talks about growing up as a fan of Doctor Who alongside her younger brother John — who became famous as the Doctor's sexiest companion, Captain Jack Harkness, in this excerpt from the anthology Chicks Dig Time Lords.
Until Torchwood returns for its new season, Titan Comics will tide you over a Torchwood series, penned by none other than Jack Harkness a.k.a. John Barrowman! All this (and some angry metahuman gods) on this week's Comics We Crave.
The official Torchwood comic drops this August, and it kicks off with a story written by Barrowman and his sister, and illustrated by Tommy Lee Edwards.
When we heard that Russell T. Davies was working on a U.S. version of Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood for Fox, we were as doubtful as everyone else that Davies' brand of queer subversiveness would fly here. And we were right.
Torchwood achieved critical acclaim and blockbuster ratings for "Children Of Earth," but since then? No news. Now BBC Wales left Torchwood out of a list of its productions. And John Barrowman dodged Torchwood questions. What's going on?