Here’s a version of Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice that I’d enjoy watching. Someone went and set footage from the Adam West, George Reeves and Lynda Carter Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman shows and it works wonderfully.
Legends of Tomorrow is a TV show about time travel. And is true with all time-abusing pop culture, the rules are often fuzzy at best. Can you be erased from existence in this universe once you alter the past, or do you become part of an alternative timeline? Although we don’t know all the rules of LoT’s universe yet,…
This week, Lost Girl, Sleepy Hollow and The Muppets all return! Mulder & Scully track a man-lizard. Plus Tar Pit, the Calculator and Bizarro terrorize the DC Comics heroes! All this, plus iZombie and bioluminescent fish, on This Week’s TV!
One of our favorite things about the current Flash show is how it’s embraced, and integrated, members of the cast of the short lived 90s Flash series. But what if instead of John Wesley Shipp being Barry’s dad, what if he showed up as his former self, the Scarlet Speedster himself? Well, let’s find out.
The X-Files returns for a new season after 13 long years! The weirdest DC show yet debuts with Legends of Tomorrow! Agent Carter and The 100 return, Heroes: Reborn ends, and saints be praised, The Flash fights the Turtle! Heaven and Hell converge to create one Shangri-La, on this week’s TV!
How do you follow last week’s epic, ridiculous, wonderfully fun Flash/Arrow crossover? You don’t even try to match it. You just make a Christmas episode, throw in a couple of major emotional revelations for a few characters, bring back three great villains, and then add a metric ton of silliness.
Plus the movie confirms another superhero cameo. Find out if The Force Awakens will have a post-credits scene! The Russo brothers hint at Spider-Man’s costume in Civil War. Game of Thrones set reports reveal a confrontation for Melisandre. Plus, a surprising comeback on The Flash. So many spoilers!
Oh, was last night’s Agents of SHIELD some kind of tour de force? Did it have you on the edge of your seat? Was it a game changer? I hope so, because as good as it was, there’s absolutely no damn way it was as fun as last night’s The Flash, the first part of this year’s tremendously enjoyable Arrow/Flash crossover.
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.
“YO. GRODD.” yelled Joe West breathlessly, after he ran into STAR Lans to let Barry Allen and out other heroes know that the giant evil telepathic gorilla that menaced them last season had returned. It was all he needed to say. Really, it’s all I need to say for this recap: Yo. Grodd.
What started out as perhaps the silliest, most light-hearted episode of The Flash ever ended with one of the series’ darkest moments, all at the hand—or rather the feet—of Zoom, a foe that makes the Reverse-Flash look like a petulant turtle. Namely, slow.
Yes, Tom Cavanaugh has returned to The Flash, as the Harrison Wells of Earth-2 joins the SuperSTARS in fighting Zoom. Guess what, though? People are having a hard time trusting someone ho looks exactly like the evil mastermind who murdered their loved ones (or in some cases, themselves). It also doesn’t help that the…
“The Fury of the Firestorm” was the cheesiest episode of The Flash to date, but even if it was so-so, it answered one of the biggest mysteries regarding the CW DC universe’ third show, Legends of Tomorrow. Much more importantly, it included the greatest final Flash scene since the debut of Grodd.
If The Flash is going to take a break from the Earth-2 shenanigans and the overarching threat of Zoom to focus on a single, isolated one-and-done episode with a standard Flash foe, that foe should always be Captain Cold. And if Captain Cold brings his evil dad to visit? All the better.
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.
If I had to describe the first episode of The Flash’s second season in a single word, it would be this: “Slow.”
“We really are trying to make it as much like a live comic book as possible,” The Flash executive producer Gabrielle Stanton explains—and this video delves into the technical aspects that ambitious goal demands. Including the seamless mixing of CG and live-action in fights and cityscapes, and in scenes with characters…
The multiverse is in full-swing in this brief but excellent new preview of The Flash season 2. We get the first real introduction to Jay Garrick, best known as the Flash of DC’s Golden Age of comics, who arrives to warn Barry of impending doom! Then the Atom Smasher plans his debut! Also, the Flash has a Flash-signal…
Actor Tony Todd has been cast as the Flash’s archenemy Zoom in the second season of the CW’s hit TV series. Now, if you’re thinking to yourself, “Hey, I thought the Reverse-Flash was the Flash’s archenemy,” well, you’re right. Because Zoom is the Reverse-Flash. Who was played in season one by Tom Cavanaugh. Who is…
Normally, most blooper reels enter the world in small snippets. But here are eight delightful minutes of the cast of The Flash screwing up countlessscenes from their otherwise excellent first season. There’s Barry Allen dancing! Caitlin Snow screaming profanity! The evil Eobard Thawne farting almost constantly!