Diamond Comic Distributors has announced two new exclusive statues from The CW’s Flash and Arrow series are headed our way next month.
He’s called Prometheus. He’s the villain that once beat the crap put of Batman and blew up a sizable chunk of Star City. Now, he’s on TV to scrap with Stephen Amell on Arrow. Let’s us reveal his secret origin to you.
During the new CW season, all four of the DC Comics shows will crossover in a massive story event. Will it concern Flashpoint? Will it be a world shattering event that will necessitate a character making the (whisper) ultimate sacrifice? Stephen Amell, who plays Green Arrow, shared a behind the scenes photo that may be the best teaser for the coming season of shows.
I read with interest that CW Seed is going to have the first TV show, albeit an animated one, that features a gay lead hero, The Ray. They’ve had quite a bit of success with Vixen, an African-American female hero, so I’m happy to see them moving in this direction as well.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: The New Teen Titans: Games goes under the microscope, Supergirl moves to The CW, Weird Detective #1, Jughead #6, Lobster Johnson and Metal Monsters of Midtown and Arrow get reviewed. Plus, you pick the next trade paperback we review!
Good news everyone! The CW has renewed a number of its comic book properties, including DC’s Legends of Tomorrow for next year!
Stephen Amell has announced to the world that when Legends of Tomorrow makes a jump to 2046 in their upcoming sixth episode he will appear with a goatee and only one arm – a look that comic readers will recognize from The Dark Knight Returns. In addition to that, Amell has announced that Connor Hawke (the second Green Arrow and Oliver Queen’s son), will also join Legends in that same episode. https://www.facebook.com/stephenamell/videos/989743924444208/ Fans of the television show Arrow have been speculating about Queen’s facial hair status and his famous son since the show’s first season and Legends of Tomorrow seems like the perfect place to introduce both