On tonight’s episode of The Flash, hilariously titled “The Elongated Knight Rises,” we unearth a lot of really cool #DCTV Secrets (aka Easter Eggs) brought to the small screen for the first time. Not only is Barry Allen undergoing a pretty big change and we’re having to see him adapt to his new surroundings in prison, but he is straddled with living up to the legacy laid out by Henry Allen during his time behind bars.
I have a confession to make, guys. I am really, shamelessly in love with body swap comedy. I can't help it. I know it's goofy and a trope that we've all seen about a billion times before, but c'mon. You all had to know it was only a matter of time before the Legends ran into a predicament like this, right?
Part two of the four-part Rebirth event, “The Button,” dropped this week in THE FLASH #21 and, unsurprisingly considering the titular hero, it hit the ground running...but maybe not where you’d expect.
Supergirl is back! Whew. The midseason break was nice because you know, holidays and stuff, but I'm glad Kara and co. are back on my television. I've missed them. They wasted no time jumping into action, as Kara and Mon-El took an out of this world trip—literally—to search for missing persons. My biggest takeaway from "Supergirl Lives" is that Kara's doing more than living—she's thriving.
Adapting an established comic book character for the small screen is challenging enough, so what’s it like adapting an entire world of them? Difficult, but if tonight’s new episode of The Flash is any indication, it’s also a crazy amount of fun.
Rip Hunter and his ragtag team of legends-to-be are firing up the Waverider for an all new episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow tonight on The CW. Speaking of the Waverider, have you looked closely at some of the interiors of the timeship? Rip Hunter sure has some…interesting objects lying around, doesn’t he?
If Ollie were here, we’re pretty sure he’d tell us that no good can come from keeping secrets. That’s why every Wednesday night after a new episode of Arrow, we unpack any intriguing tidbits that might have been revealed that night in a little feature we call #DCTV Secrets. These “secrets” aren’t really things you’re not supposed to know. Rather, they’re elements drawn directly from the many years of comic book continuity that serve as the basis of the show. If you’re not a regular comic book reader, you might not notice all of them.