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Arrow Midseason Finale Trailer

by Alex Beanon December 1, 2016
The trailer for “Arrow”‘s midseason finale entitled “What We Leave Behind” doesn’t have the promise of an alien meteor ship like “The Flash” has in his trailer, but it has all the usual lectures about saving the city…. Be our first to comment
Comic-Conan Day 2: Bruce Campbell Vs. Sandwich

Comic-Conan Day 2: Bruce Campbell Vs. Sandwich

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2016
Conan O’Brien continued his descent into Comic-Con madness last night and emerged in his very own super-suit, created by a real Hollywood costume department. The superheroes of the CW stopped by and gave Conan lessons on how to pull off the “promo ad smolder face,” and Nick Kroll visited the stage while being carried by […]

SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, "Vixen"

“Vixen” Season 2 to Host Guest Stars from “Arrow,” “Flash,” and “Legends of Tomorrow”

by Ed Liuon July 20, 2016
The San Diego Comic-Con 2016 edition of TV Guide reports that several guest stars are on their way to the animated series Vixen for its second season. The report states that Arrow star Stephen Amell and Flash star Grant Gustin will reprise their roles as Green Arrow and the Flash, respectively, but they will be […]
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SDCC 2016 – Superhero-Themed Hotel Key Cards

by Alex Beanon July 7, 2016
If you are fortunate enough to be attending the 2016 version of Comic-Con in San Diego and are similarly fortunate enough to be able to afford reasonable lodging in the near vicinity to the Comic-Con festivities, then your reward shall be superhero-themed hotel key cards. Sponsored by Warner Bros. – or more specifically, WBTV – […]

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The CW’s Vixen Renewed For Second Season, Which May Air On TV

by Peter Paltridgeon January 11, 2016
Last year The CW launched a new site called The CW Seed that specialized in online-only shows. Most were of the cheap variety you expect from web material, with the exception of a fully-animated 30 minute action cartoon set in the Arrow-Flash universe. The cartoon starred the DC superheroine Vixen, who has the power to […]
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Watch The Full Trailer For The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon November 24, 2015
The CW has released their first full trailer for the next series set in the DC television universe, Legends of Tomorrow. We’ve had teasers, we’ve had hints and winks in Arrow and The Flash, we’ve seen men of steel die and dark knights fall (what? It’s a joke you’ll get once you watch this), but […]

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First Pic From The Flash/Arrow/Legends Of Tomorrow Crossover

by Peter Paltridgeon November 11, 2015
If you’ve been watching The Flash or Arrow lately you may have noticed something’s a bit…off. Like, for example, out of nowhere Laurel got the sudden burning urge to resurrect her dead sister despite the fact that she had made peace with losing her last season. The writers didn’t have a choice on that one […]
NYCC 2015: Arrow, Flash And Legends Of Tomorrow

NYCC 2015: Arrow, Flash And Legends Of Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon October 11, 2015
The CW has been striking it rich in the ratings with its DC Comics-based shows: both Arrow and The Flash have been setting personal records for the network. Naturally they’ll be expanding the lineup further in 2016 with the midseason debut of Legends of Tomorrow, starring several characters who have appeared on both shows, primarily […]

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It’s An Arrow/Flash-fest At Inaugural Heroes & Villains Fan Fest

by Alex Beanon July 30, 2015
The inaugural Heroes & Villains Fan Fest taking place this autumn in San Jose, California, is beginning to build their roster of heroes and villains, but so far the only confirmed heroes and villains are from the cast of CW television shows “Arrow” and “The Flash”. Confirmed guests include Stephen Amell, John Barrowman, Katie Cassidy […]
SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, "Vixen"

SDCC2015: The CW Presents A New Superhero Cartoon, “Vixen”

by Peter Paltridgeon July 12, 2015
It wasn’t that long ago that Warner Bros. killed its long-running slate of children’s action programs based on DC properties, but it feels like it’s been an eternity already. Because the toys didn’t sell or in some cases never got a merch deal, the remaining few shows were cancelled and then banished forever as tax […]