The cast of CBS’s Supergirl just picked up two intriguing new members—one of whom may potentially have a dark future.
If you’re a DC Comics fan, you know Lee Bermejo. Known for his hyper-realistic art style and cinematic storytelling, he’s one of the most dynamic creators currently working in comics. His new book is every bit as dark as Joker or Before Watchmen: Rorschach and just as brutal. The only difference? It's not a DC series.
Yes, Arrow fans, we feel your pain. That was a bombshell of an episode, and perhaps the only thing more surprising than that final twist is that we now have to wait three weeks to learn what happens next. Well, calm down and for heaven’s sake, put down those bows (you may hurt yourself!). We went straight to the source to get some real answers to some of this episode’s burning questions.
If this week's new DC All Access doesn't make your pulse race... you may just be a zombie. That's because we're not only talking to the beautiful cast of The CW's upcoming iZombie, but taking a nice good look at the first image of Aquaman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
There are a lot of secrets in the world of GOTHAM and we know what they are. We’re here to tease you with all the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you really want to know some of the answers to these questions, check out the spoiler section... if you dare.
The secrets (and bodies) are piling up in Starling City and only we know what they really are. That’s why we’re here to tease you with all the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you really want to know some of the answers to these questions, check out the spoiler section... and get to the point.
Cecil Castellucci and Karl Story's "Girls' Day Out," beginning tomorrow in Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, reveals what happens when two of DC’s most famous female characters connect for an interview. So in the spirit of their story, we decided to sit Castellucci and Sprouse down for a little interview of our own...
Tonight’s all new episode of Arrow is a can’t-miss for quite a few reasons. As the episode title, “Nanda Parbat,” suggests, it marks the return of Ra’s al Ghul and the League of Assassins. And perhaps most intriguingly, it’s the first time we see a very visibly frightened Malcolm Merlyn. Here's what actor John Barrowman had to say about that.
For the developers of Infinite Crisis, only one thing is crazier than Harley Quinn… and that’s not putting her in the game. That’s why the team chose the former psychologist as one of their earliest characters to work on. Even before Superman. Who’s laughing now, Kent?
The cast of Supergirl continues to grow. So far we have a couple of cool Kryptonians, an intrepid young photographer…and now, a Cat.