CW’s television adaptation of The Flash has already garnered massive ratings and a full-season order. If you’re a fan of the television show and want to check out the comics, here’s some covers you MUST own before they speed off the shelves. (Sorry, not sorry for that pun.)
These movies are so bad-good it’ll be like watching Batman and Robin times a million.
Warner Bros. also announced its full slate of Justice League films through 2020, including a stand-alone Cyborg movie, starring black stage actor Ray Fisher.
In Season 3, Oliver Queen’s alter ego, Arrow, will face Ra’s al Ghul as the Big Bad. But for fans and The CW, he’s already won.
There are some pleasant surprises coming this year — and yes, some disasters. Here are the fall 2014 shows of distinction, good and bad, in handy chronological order!
Spoiler alert: Selfie isn’t that bad. BuzzFeed Entertainment staffers unite to break down the 2014–15 season’s new broadcast offerings.
Get a sneak peek at The CW’s upcoming superhero series The Flash — only on BuzzFeed.
Time to find out whether you’re a Superman, a Wonder Woman, or more of an Aquaperson.
There’s a lot WANT in here, but also some DO NOT WANT. Proceed with caution.
The Flash is getting a new creative team, Robert Venditti and Van Jensen, starting with a new storyline in issue #30. With the new team comes new challenges for the hero, such as taking a moment for himself. The Flash #30 hits shelves April 23rd.
It’s just his head, but it still looks pretty cool!
Plus the 14 biggest music questions of 2014, 5 reasons Steven Seagal would be the best governor ever, and Cards Against Humanity…for ladies.
Can one universe handle this much snark? Potential League members must be able to kick ass and cut a biting retort at a moment’s notice.
The Who’s the Boss actor says he grew up reading comics. And, he’s a bit of a purist.
The mystical division of the Justice League is up to their eyes in special guests.
Designer Matthew Olin put together this project that both comic book and design nerds will love.
Get it? Do you get it though?
With the smashing success of The Avengers, superhero movies are bigger than ever. Here are my choices for heroes that need their own film. Fellow comics nerds: further casting suggestions are highly encouraged in the comments!
Shhh…don’t tell anyone. A behind the scenes preview of the new raft of titles being published by DC. Much like the “leaked” photos of Before Watchmen, we were kindly invited to take these pics.
Being the arm candy of a superhero should come with hazard pay. Nothing bad has ever happened from abusing your powers to save the one you love. This will end well.
This makes me sad. Taken in a deprived area of Kingston, London.
Isn’t putting “The Flash” on your car sort of tempting fate? Starting November 30th, DC Universe will be tooling around the Outback.
Too many multi-verses? Shut. Down. Everything. Starting in September, DC will be hitting the veritable reset button on many of their franchises. Each of these heroes goes back to issue #1 this fall.
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With Ron Jeremy as The Penguin! Don’t worry, it’s safe for work.
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Artist Chet Phillips reimagined famous superbeings as Victorian gentlepeoples and roustabouts of sublime wonderment. Available in trading card sets, there’s the Union of Superlative Heroes and the Order of Nefarious Villains. Excelsior!
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All those months of hard training, you are pumped and ready for the big day. Then you notice this guy. You are so screwed.
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Best IRL Troll, ever.
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