When Supergirl returns this fall she’ll not only have a new network to call home, but the Leader of the Free World will be played by Wonder Woman Lynda Carter! Oh the dog days of summer! By now genre fans have begun foaming at the mouth in wide-eyed anticipation of this year’s San […]
After facing perhaps his most dangerous adversary, opening up the world to the multiverse, it looks like when The CW hit series The Flash returns in the fall Barry’s world will be dramatically different…
(Now) DC Comics promised that when it would enter into the Rebirth the latest companywide “reboot” would be anything but that, and the proof is fair enough in the pudding. The Rebirth was intended to (re)introduce into the line an element that had been missing since the imprint’s last major shift several years ago when it promoted itself as The New 52 — a more contemporary and condensed version of its previous self that after the events in the FlashPoint reset the entire universe. Enter the “Rebirth” of the entire DC Universe.
With the future hanging in the balance, Iron Man and Captain Marvel clash over exactly how best to stem the tide in this latest crossover epic!
With The CW series returning for a Second Season, the path is laid out for a “legacy” to take explode onto the primetime landscape!
As if the news that The CW had decidedly adopted Supergirl the fourth in a series of hour-long dramas produced by Greg Berlanti after CBS dropped the Maid of Metal from their 2016 fall line-up, and guaranteeing a DC Comics sweep of primetime on a single network, news has just begun to circulate that her famous cousin Superman will be joining Kara in National City next season!