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A Peek At Tonight’s Arrow And Word Of A Major Villain’s Return

Last night was the first of the two-part crossover event between The Flash and Arrow. It contained a lot of fun and action and it was definitely more than a fluff piece for ratings as it moved the narratives of both hows along a bit. We get our first glimpse at Firestorm, a jump start… Read more »

Three’s Company – Now Jason Rusch Added To The Flash

The new CW television series The Flash had already cast Robbie Amell (The Tomorrow People) as Ronnie Raymond and Victor Garber (Alias) as Martin Stein. Now we are getting word that they have cast Luc Roderique (Supernatural) to play Jason Rusch. Rusch, another incarnation of the hero Firestorm, first appeared in comics in 2004. Firestorm started… Read more »

What To Do With The Bad Guys? A Clip From Tonight’s Episode Of The Flash

If you are watching The Flash, you may be wondering what they will be doing with all the meta-human (that’s what they call folks with super powers) villains… or at least the ones that don’t die. This is a question posed by Detective Joe West (Jesse L. Martin) in this clip from tonight’s episode which… Read more »

First Look At The Women Of Dynamite Solicitations And Covers For January

Here is a look at the Women of Dynamite books solicited for January 2015. This is an exclusive fist look at the covers and solicitation texts. DAWN/VAMPIRELLA #4 (OF 6) Cover / Writer / Art: Joseph Michael Linsner ON SALE DATE: January 21 Dawn, self-proclaimed Goddess of birth and rebirth, conspires with her fellow captive… Read more »

After Twenty Years, Pat Broderick Returns To DC Comics

Pat Broderick began working as a DC Comics penciller in the early seventies, straight out of high school, as well as working for Atlas and Marvel, including Captain Marvel and Micronauts. He co-created the Creature Commandos, launched The Fury Of Firestorm in 1982, Captain Atom and drew Batman Year Three as well as Swamp Thing… Read more »

Everything That Happened At New York Comic Con On Bleeding Cool So Far In Over 200 Posts

So, a lot happened at New York Comic Con last week, and Bleeding Cool reporters were on hand to report it all. There’s plenty more coming down the pipe, but here’s what Bleeding Cool has run so far…. “What You Are Seeing In Rocket Girl Is Me Being Happy” – Amy Reeder, NYCC’s Special Guest… Read more »

And Now The Flash Gets Their Pied Piper

Seems like the folks at The Flash decided this was the day to make news. After already having photos of Reverse Flash leaked and the news the Victor Garber will play Dr. Martin Stein (one-half of Firestorm)… now we get word that the role of Hartley Rathaway / Pied Piper has gone to Smash alum… Read more »

Second Episode Synopsis For The Flash And Arrow

The CW has released the synopsis for the second episodes of the season for both Arrow and The Flash. On Arrow we get introduced to a new archer killing businemen in Starling City, Simon LaCroix / Komodo and in the flashbacks Oliver Queen gets his first kill order from Amanda Waller… and the target is… Read more »

CW Orders 3 Additional Scripts For The Flash

The Flash has gotten an additional three script order from the CW two weeks before its debut. Originally given a 13 episode order, the network bumped it up another three which is similar to what it did last year with their three new series: Reign, The Tomorrow People and The Originals. All three of those… Read more »

Thor’s Comic Review Column – New 52: Futures End, Doghouse Special, Letter 44, Supurbia Vol. 4

This Week’s Reviews: The New 52: Futures End #17 Doghouse Special #1 Letter 44 #9 Supurbia, Vol. 4 The New 52: Futures End #17 (DC Comics, $2.99) By Graig Kent When I was a kid, a teenager really, I spent so much time with my comics.  I would flip through each weekly pull at least… Read more »

A Neal Adams Batman Omnibus And More For 2015 From DC Comics

Lots of big comics coming from DC Comics. Some expected, some not. But all in the DC Comics Spring 2015 listings. Thanks to Aaron Hale for kicking this off for us. A new rapport with Neal Adams seems to have resulted in the following, Neal Adams Omnibus  (June 2, 2015) This hardcover omnibus collects: Material… Read more »

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Terminal Hero, Superior Spider-Man, Moon Knight, Miracleman, Big Trouble In Little China, Kick Ass 3

This week’s reviews include: Terminal Hero #1 Superior Spider-Man #32 Moon Knight #6 Miracleman #9 Big Trouble in Little China #3 Kick-Ass 3 #8 Terminal Hero #1 ($3.99, Dynamite) By D.S. Randlett (@dsrandlett) I’ve never been the world’s biggest Peter Milligan fan. Like many who count comics as a hobby, I’ve drifted in and out… Read more »

The Armorines Come To X-O Manowar… Again For The First Time

Valiant is bringing back another book from it’s publishing past. The Armorines first appeared in X-O Manowar #24 in 1994 and then has a #0 issue inserted into X-O Manowar #25. From there the series ran another 12 issues mostly written by Jorge Gonzalez and drawn by Jim Calafiore and Jose Delbo. Fast forward twenty… Read more »

Stephen Bissette, Joe R. Lansdale, Steve Niles, Gail Simone And More – Nancy Collins Talks Vampirella: Feary Tales

With the recently announced Vampirella: Feary Tales, Byron Brewer caught up with writer Nancy Collins to talk about the new project and how it fits in with the overall scheme of the classic horror icon. BYRON BREWER: Nancy, what was it like to pick and choose the talent that is putting together this all-star salute to… Read more »

SDCC 2014: Warners TV and DC Entertainment – It’s One Big Party On Stage

Hilton Collins is broadcasting live from Hall H… Well… kinda. There are like, a MILLION chairs on stage at Hall H, which makes me think that they’ll have cast members from 3 or 4 shows sitting down at the same time. I’ve never seen that many chairs up there at one time before. Panel hasn’t… Read more »

Arrow And The Flash News Round-Up

There has been a lot of Arrow / The Flash news lately, but most of it has come out in bits and pieces. So instead of listing them individually I’m going to try and summarize them all here. Building to the Justice League: Geoff Johns stated that unlike Marvel, DC’s film and television characters will… Read more »

The State Of The DC TV Universe: The Flash/Arrow Crossover Event, Keeping The DC Film And TV Universes Separate, And More

Some pretty interesting DC Comics-related tv news has been spinning out of the Television Critics Association press tour today.  TV Guide has a consise rundown of events: “Episodes 8 of both shows, Arrow and Flash, are going to be a two-hour crossover event,” Kreisberg says.  “DC’s Geoff Johns says DC wants to keep its film and TV universes… Read more »