Oh, DC, this is very silly. The good news first: a new comic anthology series coming from the company brings back some minor DC heroes and, re-pairs some of them with their original creative talents. The bad news? Said anthology is named Legends of Tomorrow, despite having nothing to do with the TV show.
Legends of Tomorrow is hitting in a big way—we saw the awesome trailer last week, and the current Arrow /Flash crossover is setting up this spin-off to those two shows. While some of the characters have appeared on TV already, some of the Legends are still strange and mysterious. Here’s our guide to who’s who!
In just two hours, in 1894, a wall of flame took out six Minnesota towns. A lot of factors came together to create the firestorm, but the main one was a nasty, but innocuously-named phenomenon called a “temperature inversion.”
With the announcement that the CW is expanding its superhero show roster with an Atom/Firestorm/Black Canary team-up show, it looks like we might finally be getting something Smallville tried (and ultimately failed) to do: Create the Justice League on television. But this time, it might actually work.
If I told you that the Flash was the least interesting part of last night's Flash episode, you might be a bit concerned — it doesn't sound like a good thing. But it is when the DC hero Firestorm finally takes center stage, and almost all the other characters — even Cisco and Caitlin — get compelling conflicts! No,…
So among about a billion other things revealed about the CW's burgeoning DC TV universe, the outfit for Robbie Amell's Firestorm was on display at the Television Critics Association event this weekend, and, uh... well, let's just say it was not what I was expecting.
Curious as to what the newest addition in DC's superheroic TV universe will be wearing in 2015? Here's the first (incredibly tiny) photo of Robbie Amell as Ronnie Raymond what will be his official Firestorm uniform.
Gerry Anderson is a name forever burned into the minds of kids who grew up with sci-fi series like Fireball XL5, Captain Scarlet, Stingray and of course, Thunderbirds - but with a little help from crowdfunding, we might get to see a new Anderson-created Puppet series hit screens called Firestorm.
Greg Berlanti is apparently dead-set on brining the entire DC universe to television. Besides all the heroes and villains who have already been added to Arrow's next season, Robbie Amell has just been cast as Ronnie Raymond, a.k.a. Firestorm, in The Flash.
The Great Chicago Fire is the most famous inferno in American history. But it wasn't even the worst fire that night. This is the story of America's most fiery night, and the crackpot theory about a lost comet that's meant to explain what really happened.
Look at that cover art above! Archie! KISS! Sabrina the Teenage Witch! Jughead! I'd accuse somebody of going inside my head and stealing my mental fan fiction, but there's no appearance by David Lee Roth as a pyrokinetic centaur! It's fair game! Without further ado, the comics in stores tomorrow!
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at the next issue of The Fury of The Firestorm: The Nuclear Men by Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver. In this preview, superpowered teenager Ronnie Raymond confronts some heavily armed fellows with whom he has a bone to pick.
In the 1980s, toy manufacturer Kenner produced the Super Power collection of action figures for DC Comics. In an effort to capitalize on the Mad Max craze, Kenner also drafted designs for a line of "anti-hero" toys that recast DC heroes like Superman and Wonder Woman as leather-sporting ruin dwellers. As you can see…
This Wednesday, the incomparable Patton Oswalt delivers his secret history of Hoban "Wash" Washburne in Serenity: Float Out. Mister "I am a leaf on the wind. Watch how I soar" has deserved a formal send-off for years — about time.
It's the holiday season, and that can only mean one thing: You need to buy toys.