Two weeks ago, The CW released an intriguing new promotional poster for The Flash, their speed-driven new series based on the popular DC Comics character. The poster shows Grant Gustin as the Flash, speeding across a Central City street as his trail forms his signature lightning bolt. But what’s really gotten fans buzzing are all of the hidden clues and “Easter Eggs” found within the city.
If you’ve turned on your TV, fired up your phone, tablet or computer, or looked at any billboards over the past few weeks, you probably know that The Flash is coming to The CW on October 7th. That’s when he’s debuting on TV sure enough, but this unique new interpretation of the Fastest Man Alive actually premieres today. And no, you didn’t forget to set your DVR...
Barry Allen hits the ground running next month in the highly anticipated new show, The Flash.
Even if you don’t know his name, if you’re a fan of DC Comics or Collectibles, you’re pretty familiar with the work of our latest spotlight artist. Heck, if you’ve so much as stepped into a comic shop or onto the floor of a comic convention at least once this past year, you’ve likely come across the distinct interpretations of DC Comics heroines reimagined in the style of classic pinup art that we call the DC Comics Bombshells.
SHAZAM! One of America’s actors has been struck by mystical lightning—Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson is about to be transformed into one of DC Comics’ greatest anti-heroes in an all-new Shazam movie.
Since the final few moments of Arrow's spectacular Comic-Con trailer, fans have been eagerly anticipating the first onscreen appearance of Season 3's main villain--Ra's al Ghul. An iconic character in comics, film and animation, Ra's is the leader of the infamous League of Assassins and has been a formidable foe to many DC Comics characters.
Arrow fans, the Season 3 premiere is now just over a month away! Yes, yes, we know. It's so close, but so, SO far! Well to hold us all over, The CW just released a handful of images from the third season's first episode, "The Calm," including a DCComics.com exclusive image of Oliver Queen and a now costumed Roy Harper.