07 Dec, 2016
20 Jan, 2016
The CW’s DC universe continues to expand! It all started with (Green) Arrow. As Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) became an accurate vigilante and fought to protect his city, other heroes and villains were introduced along the way. Eventually, Barry Allen, a.k.a. the Flash (Grant Gustin) appeared and he went on to become the Scarlet Speedster! Gustin’s Flash then *ahem* raced into his very own show on The CW. While Arrow continues its fourth season and The Flash expands on its second season, a whole new CW DC show is right around the corner: Legends of Tomorrow.
02 Dec, 2015
The first part of the latest Arrow and The Flash crossover has finally arrived! Instead of strongly connecting to the two stories going on in their respective cities (e.g. Zoom and Darhk), this all-star team up is here to mostly build the hype for The CW’s upcoming DC show, Legends of Tomorrow. And build the hype it most certainly did! The episode offered cheerworthy action scenes, gave Vandal Savage a memorable introduction, and clearly had fun introducing Hawkman and Hawkgirl’s mythos to The CW universe. There was a lot to like about the episode – and obviously, we’re looking forward to the second part of the story in Arrow – but to us, there’s three things that made the episode especially enjoyable.
20 Aug, 2015
If you thought DC’s super-powered team-ups couldn’t get any crazier, think again. Introducing DC’s new line of Looney Tunes variant covers coming this November! At this point you might be asking yourself, what can be expected from this new lineup? Well, DC’s greatest heroes now find themselves teaming up with characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Porky Pig, and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang. To help you get acquainted with all of these new covers, we have created another one of our handy cover guides, Looney Tunes style!
Check out the beefy list that follows and be sure to post your thoughts on these crazy new covers in the comments section below. Please enjoy the read!
07 Aug, 2015
By Ted Alexander – @Teddow
Unfortunately, There is no such thing as Superman or Spider-Man in our real world. There is no one we can look up into the sky and see protecting us from the real evil that surrounds us. While superpowers are useful, there are still superheroes who are just like us, making it their duty to protect and serve without any Spider-Sense, X-RayVision, or Adamantium Claws. Living in a world of superheroes without any powers may be tough, but here are my Top Eight Heroes who can still get the job done!