Dubbed by fans as the Arrowverse, the CW line up of DC shows has already wowed fans with numerous series crossovers between their current hits Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, but next season is going to get even better.
(This article contains spoilers for the CW DC universe) Continue reading The CW’s DC Universe: Supergirl, Casting News, Crossovers, and More!
Today we’re gonna talk about a few of the major events from this past week on some of our favorite shows. This post will contain spoilers from the week of May 17-25 for the following shows; Arrow, Gotham, Agents of SHIELD, and The Americans.
Continue reading (Another) Previously On: Clayface, Invisible Guns, and Team Arrow
Today we’re gonna talk about a few of the major events from this past week on some of our favorite shows. This post will contain spoilers from the week of May 11-16 for the following shows; Game of Thrones, Arrow, Archer, and Gotham.
Continue reading Previously On: Krieger’s Karate, HIVE’s Nuke, and Basil Karlo
Let’s go back in time, to a simpler era in the Arrow universe.
A time when the majority of the Queen family was still alive. When Thea was just an obnoxious high schooler (wait – did we ever see her leave high school/discuss college? She went from “teehee, I’m a rebel” to unpacking boxes at her brother’s bar.) Back in time to October of 2012 when, in an Arrow news piece, I said this:
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Today we’re gonna talk about the best events from this past week on some of our favorite shows. This post will contain spoilers from the first 5 days of May for the following shows; Game of Thrones, The Americans, Archer and DC’s CW lineup.
Continue reading Previously On: Babies, Clowns, and Particle Accelerators
Today we’re gonna talk about a few of the major events from this past week on some of our favorite shows. This post will contain spoilers from the week of April 24-30 for the following shows; Game of Thrones, The Americans, and Arrow.
Continue reading Previously On: Premieres, Funerals, and Departures
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow started off with a bang, but is this only the proverbial tip of the iceberg?
The ability to time jump means the potential to explore everything form the golden age of comics to the new 52, and everything in between. Stephan Amell of Arrow fame, the one who started it all, will appear in the new spin off, but not until the end of season one. Marc Guggenheim, the shows executive producer, was quoted by Entertainment Weekly as saying;
Continue reading Legends Of Tomorrow Travels Through Comic History
Though DC’s Legends of Tomorrow television series doesn’t light up flat screens until next week, news about it continues to stream from various online sources.
Legends, also nicknamed the “Justice League for television”, is an offshoot of the popular Arrow and Flash shows. For the one or two of you who don’t know, the premise is that time traveler Rip Hunter has come from the future to stop the super-villain Vandal Savage. To aid him, Hunter has recruited heroes from the aforementioned series: White Canary, Firestorm, the Atom, Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Hawkman and Hawkgirl.
Continue reading Legends of Tomorrow Roster Grows with Heroes, Villains and Love Interests
We at the GB nearly plotzed the other night when a major character*** on Supergirl turned out to be . . .a beloved DCU stalwart (see end note at the bottom if you want to be spoiled). Whoa! This was in the same episode that the main antagonist was a character usually relegated to the trivia section, Jemm, Son of Saturn (who in the comics is a hero, but did a villain turn for TV). This got us thinking – with opportunities for appearances on Supergirl, Flash, Arrow, and even the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow mini-series, what other DC comics aliens, whether obscure or high profile, would be welcome presences on TV?
Our top choices below:
Continue reading Aliens that Should Be Unleashed on DC’s TV Universe: Our Top Picks
Last season, the third in Arrow‘s run – was arguably its weakest. Teased many times with Thea’s death, only to be thwarted time and again, leaving her free to annoy viewers for ever more it would seem. Now though, just a few weeks away from the start of the fourth season, some new blood looks to reinvigorate the series.
Season 3 spoilers to follow… Continue reading Arrow Season 4 Trailer, John Constantine, and Diggle’s Stupid New Helmet