Yes, the world of the small screen Flash already has a gorilla problem. But Barry’s about to face a new predatory threat in the pages of the show’s comic book counterpart, The Flash: Season Zero. He’s going face-to-face with a shark. A King Shark.
By now, we don’t have to tell you about Batman ’66, our weekly digital first series based on the classic Batman television series. Heck, we may not even have to tell you that the covers for the series are drawn by the one and only Mike Allred. But whether you know all that or not, you’re still going to want to listen up—or rather, look down. That’s where you’ll find the classic, cool cover for the forthcoming BATMAN ’66 #23.
When Arrow announced that Brandon Routh would be appearing as Dr. Ray Palmer on the show’s third season, fans knew the announcement was huge.
Or rather small. Very, very small.
That’s because Ray Palmer is the civilian identity of the Atom in the DC Universe, and over the show’s first eleven Season 3 episodes, we’ve seen Palmer inch ever closer to the discovery that will turn him into the microscopic hero.
Whether we’re talking action figures, statues, busts or any of the other unique items we’ve released, we produce a lot of cool stuff here at DC Collectibles. But there are always ideas that never really come to fruition. Often they’re never more than just that—an idea in our heads. But sometimes they go beyond the idea stage. Sometimes we’ll commission sketches or designs, and occasionally a full-on sculpt and paint.
Rakish, cunning and possessing a tie to the supernatural world that’s brought them nothing but pain. Sound familiar? Yes, we could be talking about John Constantine, the “hero” of the upcoming NBC series Constantine and the DC and Vertigo comics from which it draws its inspiration. But we could just as easily be referring to Mary “Zed” Martin, the vision-prone artist embodied on the show by actress Angélica Celaya.