Welcome back for another installment of Preview Monday! This week, we’re giving you exclusive first looks at ACTION COMICS #31 and SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #8.
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, and hopefully by now you have your plans in place. We know what we’re doing over here. Brunch at Mom’s favorite restaurant, followed by an afternoon at the pool.
Mere moments after The CW announced that The Flash and iZombie have been picked up for series, NBC has announced that the fourth DC Entertainment series under consideration has also been given a green light.
That’s right, John Constantine is getting a TV show.
A hero lost in time. A devastating threat unknowingly unleashed by a genius. A desperate mission, critical stakes, startling twists and a cast of some of the most unique characters in DC Universe.
Regardless of where you live in this fine country, we hope you’re prepared to spend some serious time in Gotham. As reported earlier today, Fox has officially given Gotham, their Batman prequel series, the green light, ensuring we’ll be treated to at least one season of the eagerly awaited show.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read GREEN ARROW #31 and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
GREEN ARROW #31 hit shelves this week with the climactic conclusion to Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino’s epic tale of “The Outsiders War”.
DC fans, you might want to free up some space on your DVR going into next fall…
Mere days after Fox announced that they had given Gotham a green light, The CW has gotten in on the fun by officially ordering The Flash and iZombie to series. They’ll be joining the already successful Arrow, which is finishing up a highly acclaimed second season and received a third season pickup earlier this year.
Last Saturday marked not only Free Comic Book Day—a day comic book fans put away their wallets, storm the stores for free books, and immediately whip out their wallets again to splurge on amazing FCBD deals—but also the launch of the all-new weekly series The New 52: Futures End.
“The Gift of the Sureen” reaches its finale as a major new player is revealed to the Swamp Thing’s world! Miki admits she was once much like Swamp Thing, only as the Avatar of the Grey. Can the Fungus world help Swamp Thing get out of his human host and back into the Green? Take a look at the gallery above for an exclusive preview of SWAMP THING #31.
John Barrowman is back as Malcolm Merlyn, and it looks like he's returning to Starling for a little family reunion. And we're not talking about Tommy.