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Griffiths Out Of Constantine

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With just over three months until its premiere, NBC’s “Constantine” has already lost its female lead, Lucy Griffiths, who will leave the fledgling series based on the DC comic Hellblazer. Griffiths had played the role of Liv, the female sidekick of lead character John Constantine, a supernatural detective of sorts played by Matt Ryan. Griffiths […]

Aquaman Film Seems To Be Water Under The Bridge

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The new “Batman: Assault on Arkham” set to go this August, it seems like Aquaman is the next superhero on DC’s New 52 deck to get an origins feature film. The film is expected be an new origins film for Aquaman’s New 52 iteration and to be announced at 2014 Comic Con in San Diego […]

NBC Releases New Trailer For Constantine

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NBC released the first trailer for “Constantine” their DC Comics-based supernatural detective drama starring Matt Ryan debuting in Autumn 2014…

Constantine Becomes Latest DC Comic Series To Make TV Debut

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DC Comics is on a serious roll as three new television series based on its comics – “The Flash” [CW], “Gotham” [Fox] and “iZombie” [CW] – will be coming to the small screen this fall and they were joined by “Constantine”, which just received its series order from NBC. Constantine follows the story of John […]

Constantine Gets Pilot License From NBC

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Snarky British supernatural detective/con man/magician John Constantine has returned from the pages of 1980s DC Comics for a possible new television series on NBC. The pilot episode will have Matt Ryan [who voices pirate Edward Kenway on “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag”] in the lead role. Keanu Reeves played the character in a live action […]

Constantine Gets Pilot License

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Chain-smoking, cursing, trenchcoat-wearing supernatural detective John Constantine is getting his own pilot episode at NBC television. The comic book detective who began life at Vertigo before moving over to DC Comics is the creation of Alan Moore but the pilot will be written by David Goyer, a writer on all three of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman” […]

Review: "Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics" - Was This Evil Really Necessary?

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In the past few years, comic book superheroes have inundated the popular consciousness, jumping from the printed page to screens on television and in movie theaters and even to Broadway with the “Spider-Man” musical. Even so, I’m a bit baffled at the release of the documentary Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics. The movie is […]

Video Game Review: "Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure"

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Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure is the fourth original Scribblenauts game to come out in as many years since the release of the original Scribblenauts for the Nintendo DS, and as always “Write anything. Solve everything.” is the simple but powerful promise that has been the essence of this series’ appeal. With your avatar Maxwell […]

Merrill Hagan and Sholly Fisch on New "Teen Titans Go!" Comics

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The Hollywood Reporter has spoken with Merrill Hagan and Sholly Fisch, who will be co-writers on a new Teen Titans Go! digital comic book that ties in to the new Cartoon Network comedy series. Among other topics, the pair discuss the differences between this comic book and the last Teen Titans Go! comic (which tied […]

Sin Comes To Starling City

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Sin’s city is supposed to be Las Vegas but it will find at least a temporary home in Starling City as the DC Comics character of Sin – to be portrayed by actress Bex Taylor-Klaus [“The Killing”] – will be joining the cast of “Arrow” on the CW network. In DC Comic lore, Sin is […]

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