The CW had a TCA panel for The Flash and Arrow. We got some scoops on the upcoming episodes of both shows, and CBS’s Supergirl, from Stephen Amell, Andrew Kreisberg and other stars of the shows.
Here are five costumes Supergirl should definitely consider for her television debut, and five that should be used as lining for her pet Streaky the Supercat’s litter box.
As DC’s “New 52” turns two, a look back some of their biggest fashion faux pas.
While modern DC Comics compulsively retcons and reboots itself, let’s take a nostalgic look at some outstanding comics that were intentionally out of continuity.
Black Sabbath’s “Iron Man” was released in 1970. Because I know you were wondering.
Which means Bruce Willis’ ridiculous albums and Keanu Reeves’ Dogstar nonsense? Too well-known for this list.
Or, as it might be more accurately called, yet another clip from the Superman/Batman: Apocalypse movie.
Well, you watch this new clip from Batman/Superman: Apocalypse and you tell me.
A.k.a. the Superman/Batman: Apocalypse trailer, where Darkseid dresses up Supergirl like a whore.
Unless you count how bored Bruce Timm is with this thing a revelation.