Following the news about the new Batman, is his female counterpart and cousin… “Batwoman“. The CW has been working on this show for a while and it will finally be arriving and joining the infamous Arrowverse.Continue reading CW’s Batwoman
Grant Gustin Fires Back At Body Shamers Over New Flash Suit Leak
Good news… we now know what the new Flash suit looks like after the previous seasons version of the suit was shredded in the finale. Bad news… people are hating it for no reason and calling out Grant Gustin ( The Flash) for looking to thin.
THEY COULD’VE GOTTEN A BETTER SPIN-OFF
Why does Martian Manhunter get a series to himself? Out of every DC character they could have chosen, they choose probably one of the most lack luster one’s. Now don’t get me wrong, I love Martian Manhunter, but there is a simple flaw to him, and that’s just it… he’s simple.
Up All Night, Sleep All Day
A few months ago (original post here) Rob Thomas announced that a Lost Boys television series that would chronicle the blood suckers throughout the decades was in the works. In a recent interview with Collider, Thomas talked about the direction he’ll be taking the show and looking to the past for the shows future. Continue reading New Details On ‘Lost Boys’ Series
Constantine gets a second lease on life, but now as an animated series! Continue reading CW Picks Up Constantine!!
TIME TRAVEL JUST GOT MORE INTERESTING
DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow play by their own rules when season 2 premieres Thursday, October 13 at 8/7c!
THERE MOST BLAZING SEASON PREMIER TO DATE!!!
Fans have a lot to wait in the return of “Supernatural” Season 12 with the return of Castiel and the brothers possible reunion and let’s not forget the ressurection of Mommy Dearest…
This Should Be Interesting!!!
So we’ve gotten some pretty big news involving the four super hero shows of The CW. First, it’s confirmed that these shows will be doing a musical episode. Second, there will be a four-way crossover between the shows. Last, the CW will be introducing a gay character to their roster with Andrew Kraisberg stating, “One character on one of the shows will be exploring their sexuality and coming out.”