A very familiar face will take the mantle of Robin in January in the pages of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason's Batman and Robin #38, and we have the spoiler-filled cover and solicitation text for you right here. There's about to be a very big change in the status quo of the Caped Crusader's world...
Roy (Colton Haynes) wants to accompany Oliver (Stephen Amell) to Corto Maltese, but he needs someone to explain to him what he can and can not carry on board an airplane.
Compared to how Gotham and The Flash were promoted, we haven't seen much from Constantine in terms of posters, interviews and trailers! Luckily, there is an awesome new TV spot now online which offers up plenty of great new footage. Hit the jump to check it out!
Robbie Amell reveals major details about his role as Firestorm in The Flash in this interview, revealing how the Ronnie Raymond/Martin Stein relationship works before promising a faithful take on the superhero for comic book fans and even teasing the powers we'll see him use!
James Cameron, the director and writer of The Terminator (1984) and Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) has shared some more possible clues about how a 67-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger can appear in Terminator: Genisys. Come check it out.
Genera Hospital star Roger Howarth has been added to the cast of The Flash's first season in a role which sounds like it will have major ramifications on the lives of both Barry Allen, Iris West and the mysterious Harrison Wells. Hit the jump for details!
Talking at an Entertainment & Technology Summit recently, Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn dropped some intriguing details about the sequel and revealed more about what we should expect from the upcoming Blu-ray release. He also addresses a Star Wars crossover...
There's a new drug hitting the mean streets of Gotham and its nickname is "Viper." Those that take this dangerous drug have terrible side effects like super-strength and euphoria. Sounds horrible! Come check out a sneak peek of tonight's episode.
Variety is reporting, British actor and former professional footballer, Vincent Peter "Vinnie" Jones ("X-Men: The Last Stand") has been cast in season three of Arrow. He'll play the comic book-based villain, Brick (Daniel "Danny" Brickwell).
Talking about taking on the role of Aquaman in the DC Cinematic Universe, Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa goes into detail here about what he knows about his commitments to both Batman v Superman and Justice League, as well as how the King of Atlantis' solo outing is shaping up...