We are weeks away from the debut of The CW’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow series, and the promos are starting to land on the Internet faster than you can click on the refresh button. Today we get two spots for the series that focus on Hawkman and Hawkgirl, two of the heroes that will save every one of us.
Fans flipped their lids when Hawkgirl was announced as a regular for the upcoming DC’s Legends of Tomorrow series, and then freaked out again when it was confirmed that Hawkman would be a regular as well. Today we get our first look at Ciara Renée and Falk Hentschel in their Hawk costumes.
Legends of Tomorrow executive producer Phil Klemmer announced during an interview with DCLegendsTV that Hawkman (to be played by German actor Falk Hentschel), will be appearing as a series regular. It was also confirmed that in the television universe Hawkgirl and Hawkman will share a close relationship similar to the one seen in the JSA comic book series. Klemmer also made mention of reincarnation and its importance to both characters. Don’t forget, viewers will get the first look at the Legends of Tomorrow cast during the upcoming seasons of Arrow and Flash. Are you looking forward to Hawkman being a mainstay
Wow! This was some kind of amazing San Diego Comic-Con this year! And with the growing power of social media, more than ever it felt like we were actually there even if we weren’t! It’s still better to physically be there, but it was great to tune in to so many of the panels and events!
The description for this issue is short and simple: “Justice League Canada’s first adventure comes to an explosive end!” Team books sell! And anything with the name “Justice League” on it is likely to do well – at least, when it starts. The former Justice League of America is now being reformed, and some significant developments in the group’s establishment takes place this month! The description for this issue is short and simple: “Justice League Canada’s first adventure comes to an explosive end!” Team books sell! And anything with the name “Justice League” on it is likely to do well
To this day, I still can’t believe that Arrow is a show on The CW! Normally, programs on that channel are much more focused on relationships among teens and post-teens. Arrow, on the other hand, has its share of dialogue, but the action and the stories keep me gripped from episode to episode. This week, Barry Allen appears, and I can’t wait to see how they handle this hero-to-be. Then, too, Netflix is bringing Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist to live-action drama. And the Marvel movies are doing well at the box office.