John Constantine is back in the title that launched the character . He’s back in London, driving around with Chas, and making more enemies than you can shake a cross at. An average day for good ‘ol Constantine. Do Simon Oliver and Moritat deliver on the return of one of the old Vertigo books to the new DCU? Your Major Spoilers review The Hellblazer: Rebirth #1 has the answers.
[Movies] Teen Titans: The Judas Contract finally getting the animated adaptation we were promised #SDCC
Several years ago we were told the classic Teen Titans: The Judas Contract would be adapted into a Warner Bros. animated movie. The flick was pushed to the back burner, but now, it’s happening, and on the way in 2017.
Constantine arrives on Arrow this week, but today, you can see what might have been for the Constatine series if it had reached episode 14.
And you thought Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice was going to be an epic fight! Well, tonight begins the latest battle between two DC Comics properties on local television – Gotham up against Supergirl! It’s the kind of thing that ends up discouraging comics fans from wanting their heroes on the small screen.
The CW announced at the Television Critics Association press tour presentation on Tuesday that Matt Ryan will reprise his role as John Constantine (from the recently cancelled NBC series), in the fourth season of the DC flagship show Arrow. CW President Mark Pedowitz announced that Constantine will appear in Arrow episode 4.5 titled Haunted – a title that feels stunningly appropriate for the character. Earlier today Arrow star Stephen Amell tweeted to Constantine star Matt Ryan welcoming him to the show. What are your thoughts on Matt Ryan coming to Arrow? Are you happy to see Constantine returning to
By now, you’ve probably heard the news that NBC has decided to pass on a second season of Constantine. Fans, and producers, are both hoping the show will land at another network, leading us all to a happily ever after moment. But what network? With CW running many of the Warner Bros./DC Comics properties, it seems to be the front runner, though SyFy’s name has been dropped a time or two due to the NBC tie, as well ask the coming Krypton series. VOTE!
This week, you’ll enjoy the return of Jeremy Haun, probably best known for his work on DC’s Constantine and Batwoman as well as the Bad Karma volume! Jeremy’s in the middle of a Kickstarter project called Dino Day Art Book. This excellent volume started out as a way for Mr. Haun to share his work with his young sons, who both love dinosaurs. Each Wednesday on his blog, Jeremy posted a new dinosaur illustration. Now, the entire year’s artwork is being collected into a hardcover volume you can only obtain by supporting this project. To contribute, be sure to go
This past week, Constantine saw a 38% jump in viewership, but it wasn’t enough for NBC to give a second half commitment to the series.