After months of intrigue from fans, the first big clues as to just what the hell is going on with Watchmen’s integration into the DC universe are slowly being revealed in a new storyline stretching across the pages of Batman and The Flash. This week’s entry didn’t offer much in the way of major revelations, but it did…
The live-action Teen Titans are finally coming to television (sorta) by way of a new digital streaming service from DC. As anyone who follows the Titans knows, though, they’ve got a pretty fluid roster of heroes that changes constantly. Today’s news has us wondering: which Titans are we going to see?
Salutations, my self-adhesive envelopes. Sorry “Postal Apocalypse” is a day late; I’d explain why, but I, uh... swore an oath to a wizard. Or something. Look, it’s been a long week. A long week that ends with answers: How Marvel could have connected its movies and TV series way better! Who’s worse at time travel than…
While the CW’s Barry Allen might have been forbidden from mucking with the time stream (because he’s a big ol’ dork), the Barry Allen of Injustice 2 is more than happy to use his superspeed to beat you up in the past, present, or future. And he looks pretty damn good while doing so.
If I think about last night’s crossover episode of The Flash for approximately more than five seconds, one of two things happens. I either realize that much of “Duet”, from its premise to its villain to its character arcs, was flying by at the speed of Barry Allen on the seat of its pants. Or I remember it was so fun…
The Rampage movie finds its villain. Henry Cavill boards the next Mission: Impossible. Expect some really big dragons on Game of Thrones next season. David Mazouz teases the threat of the Court of Owls on Gotham. Plus, a few tiny details about X-Men TV seroes Gifted, and a new poster for The Flash/Supergirl crossover.…
For the past few weeks fans have been wondering what’s happening with the DC film universe. Now we have a better idea.
Warner Bros. has just announced that the Aquaman movie has been pushed back from its original October 5, 2018 release date to December 21, 2018. But that news has us wondering about the other DC movie that’s meant to be out next year, too: What the hell is up with The Flash?
Ever since the CW announced that Supergirl and The Flash’s next crossover would be a musical, we’ve been breathlessly anticipating every little detail about it. And now we’ve got our first hit of unadulterated joy in the form of the first pictures from the special episode.
The CW/DC universe has so far been unafraid to start dealing with alternate Earth versions of its characters —especially Flash, with its regular sojourns to Earth-2. But even though Supergirl is already set on an alternate Earth, it has no plans to reveal its own takes on Barry, Ollie, or anyone else any time soon.
Last year’s Invasion! storyline across the DC/CW shows was billed as a four-part event set over the course of Supergirl, Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. It was a great crossover, but it wasn’t really a four-part story, considering the event barely impacted the Supergirl episode of the crossover that kicked…
There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
Whenever The Flash does a Grodd story, it pulls out all the stops—and last night’s episode, the start of a two-part Gorilla City spectacular, was no exception. I still can’t believe that the thing that makes The Flash ramp into overdrive isn’t the speedforce, it’s a giant telepathic evil gorilla.
Behold, the closest thing that the Arrow-verse is going to get to a Batman crossover.
The Lego Batman Movie just revealed it has a lot more surprises in store than just DC heroes. The Flash will go ape in an episode which sounds fantastic. The Walking Dead promises more action in its future, and has some proof to back it up. Oh, and much, much more. Spoilers, ho!
The Flash/Supergirl crossover is quickly becoming the televisual equivalent of that one puppy you follow on Instagram that, whenever it does the slightest thing, you transform into a total mess of d’awwwing and squealing and delight, because goddammit, how can something be this cute? How cute? Superfriends references…
A new writer has just been hired to do a complete overhaul on DC’s Flash movie, marking the third time the creative direction of the film has changed.
Of course it’s a Glee cast member. The CW’s DC shows are like vultures. They pick over the corpse of Glee and take everything valuable from it. I mean that in a nice way, of course. I love vultures.
If there’s one thing to look forward to in 2017, it is the beaming explosion of pure, unadulterated joy that will be the Flash/Supergirl musical crossover episode. The CW has revealed new details about the special event, and now we know who’ll be lending their pipes to the proceedings—and when to expect it.
When DC Rebirth kicked off, Batman found the blood-dripped badge of the Comedian embedded in the wall of the Batcave, leaving him very confused but confirming to us that the world of Watchmen was coming to the DC universe. Since then, nothing much has really happened with it—but starting this April, that will change.