Meet Eddie Thawne: An Interview with The Flash's Rick Cosnett

If you plan on watching The CW’s The Flash when it debuts tomorrow night, Detective Eddie Thawne is the character you’re going to love to hate. (Or possibly hate to love.) We recently spoke with actor Rick Cosnett about what it’s like to be the man in the middle, whether he’ll be giving Barry Allen any speeding tickets and exactly what we should make of that last name.

Meet Detective Joe West: An Interview with The Flash's Jesse L. Martin

Any parent knows how difficult it can be chasing after a running child. But what about when the child’s the World’s Fastest Man? We were curious what it’s like guiding and occasionally disciplining a super hero, and so we sat down with Jesse L. Martin, the acclaimed actor who portrays Joe on The CW’s new Flash series, on a recent visit to the DC Comics office in Burbank to ask him.

Meet Cisco Ramon: An Interview with The Flash's Carlos Valdes

On The Flash, show with no shortage of colorful, uniquely memorable characters, Cisco Ramon stands out due to his sense of humor and youthful enthusiasm, qualities he seems to share with Carlos Valdes, the actor who embodies him. Recently, we had the chance to speak with Carlos about the show and the part he plays in it—a role that holds the promise of even greater heroics as the series goes on.

Meet Iris West: An Interview with The Flash's Candice Patton

As Iris West on The Flash, Candice Patton is both a best friend and potential love interest for our hero. But don’t think for a moment she’s merely arm candy. Iris is intelligent, driven and curious, particularly about Central City’s new masked hero. Candice recently spoke with us about her new role, offering her thoughts on love triangles, her favorite super hero [spoiler: it’s not the Flash] and what she would do if she were the one with super speed.

Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman: Gail Simone and Ethan Van Sciver

Wonder Woman may not be your first thought when someone mentions online Amazons, but that’s about to change. Today marks the release of the first chapter of the eagerly awaited SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN, a brand new, digital first comic that features standalone, out of continuity Wonder Woman tales told by some of the most talented men and women in comics.

Two Seasons and Counting: An Interview with Arrow's Stephen Amell

Tonight, Arrow will take its already impressive level of action to stunning new levels in a season finale entitled, “Unthinkable.” The name is a reference to events within the episode, but really, it could just as easily apply to the episode itself. Tonight’s season finale feature’s the long awaited showdown between Oliver Queen’s Arrow and Slade Wilson’s Deathstroke, plus the fallout from the return of Sara Lance and Malcolm Merlyn both of which took place last episode.

The New 52: Futures End: An Interview with Dan Jurgens

With all of the action and explosive twists the writers of The New 52: Futures End have managed to squeeze into the comic’s first two issues, it’s almost surprising to realize that the book’s only on its second issue. (Second as far as numbering goes, at any rate. The Free Comic Book Day installment was a zero issue!) However, that’s precisely where we are. Today, THE NEW 52: FUTURES END #2 hits stores, and brings with it a marked change of tone for the series.

The New 52: Futures End: An Interview with Jeff Lemire

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. The New 52: Futures End kicked off on Free Comic Book Day with a special edition zero issue, and the series continues today with THE NEW 52: FUTURES END #1, an issue that somehow manages to be even more shocking than the issue that preceded it.

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