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;
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With the upcoming DC movies slated this year, we have been promised standalone feature films from each of the Justice League characters. There have also been some speculations and rumors that we will get a brief viewing of more than the title characters in the Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice movie. The Flash has been rumored to be one of those characters.
The cinematic Flash as Barry Allen will be portrayed by Ezra Miller, as opposed to the CW’s extremely popular Flash who is portrayed by Grant Gustin. Some backlash has ensued with the casting of the cinematic Barry Allen, as we have all grown to love and adore Gustin’s take on the character. However, Gustin has taken to twitter to clear the air and try to make the situation as civil as possible by showing his support for Ezra Miller.
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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.
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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:
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The first season of The Flash blew audiences away, and may well have helped save the CW. This coming season promises show runners will be bringing their A game for the made for TV DC comic series.
(Spoilers from last season’s finale and season two ahead)
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