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NYCC 2017: Watch The Trailer For Animated Constantine

by Peter Paltridgeon October 9, 2017
Remember when we assumed The CW had no plans to put out a trailer for their Constantine cartoon yet? We were thankfully wrong. Care to check it out? This is just terrific. The artists behind these CW Seed shorts got to work to the full limits of their talent here — a lot more is […]
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NYCC 2017: This Is What Animated Constantine Looks Like

by Peter Paltridgeon October 6, 2017
What will John Constantine look like as an animated character? We don’t have a trailer yet, but will the first revealed image from the animated series answer some questions? The original Constantine TV series aired on NBC for one season, but after its cancellation, the demands of a cult following resulted in Constantine himself (played […]

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A New “Sabrina” Series is in the Works on The CW

by Dan Collinson September 28, 2017
After the success of Riverdale, Superhero Hype reports that the CW will develop a new version of the Archie Comics character Sabrina The Teenage Witch with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The show would retail Sabrina’s origin being half-witch, half-mortal and dealing with evil forces that would threaten her, her family, and the daylight world. […]

Vixen: The Movie Will Air On The CW Tomorrow

by Peter Paltridgeon August 29, 2017
Did you miss Vixen’s cartoon series when it first appeared online? Did you know that series is finally getting a proper broadcast airing within 48 hours? Vixen: The Movie, which was released on Blu-Ray and DVD a few months ago (see our review) will premiere on The CW tomorrow. For those who have missed the […]

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SDCC 2017: Previews From The CW’s Superhero Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon July 22, 2017
What’s happening this season in The CW’s ever-expanding line of DC-based programs? We’ve got the full scoop on three of them, including their SDCC trailers. Care to watch? If it’s goofy fun you want, Legends of Tomorrow delivers. Both Arrow and The Flash had lousy third seasons and it was partly because they started taking […]

The CW Renews All Of Their Superhero Shows For 2017-18 Season

by Alex Beanon January 9, 2017
The CW has renewed all four of their superhero-themed television series for the 2017-18 season – handing out early renewal orders for “Arrow,” “D.C.’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Supergirl”. In addition, the network will pick up the recently cancelled NBC series “Constantine” and produce it as an animated series starring the voice of […]

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Constantine To Be Revived As A Cartoon

by Peter Paltridgeon January 9, 2017
DC’s magical antihero John Constantine received his own series on NBC around two years ago. The series got the typical NBC treatment of being shuffled around, underpromoted, and ultimately left to die in the “death slot” of Friday evening. It had a following, but it wasn’t enough to rescue it from its solitary season. Or […]

NYCC 2016: Legends of Tomorrow Will Be Even Crazier This Year

by Peter Paltridgeon October 7, 2016
The CW’s superhero mashup known as Legends of Tomorrow will begin its second season next week. The first season started out strong but went downhill fast….will this new season be any better? The solution may not be “more superheroes,” but that’s what we’re getting. In the new season Rip Hunter and his crew travel back […]

Freedom Fighters: The Ray

DC’s “Freedom Fighters: The Ray” to Debut in 2017 on CW Seed

by Ed Liuon August 12, 2016
The CW has announced that a new DC animated series, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, will launch in 2017 on CW Seed. Like the animated Vixen series, Freedom Fighters: The Ray is expected to be linked to the Arrow/Flash live-action TV universe, with a voice to be cast and an eye towards an eventual live-action debut […]

SDCC 2016: The Flash Borks With History

by Peter Paltridgeon July 23, 2016
One of the pillars of the backstory on the Flash TV series is that Barry Allen lost his mother as a kid, when the Reverse Flash killed her. He had the chance to change this at the end of Season 1, but decided “no, what’s past is past and changing it would be bad.” Last […]