The Flash executive producer Andrew Kresiberg says the first season of The CW's Flash is an alternate timeline. With that in mind, will we ever see the original, pre-Wells manipulated timeline?
It certainly seems that despite making the "ultimate sacrifice" during the finale of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo' Endgame, Bruce Wayne Batman will be returning to the DCU but just like his Commissioner Gordon counterpart, his Batman will be like nothing ever seen before.
Is Apocalypse truly out to destroy the world in Bryan Singer's next X-Men film? Without spoiling anything, Oscar Isaac says Singer and Simon Kinberg have come up with a "very cool" approach to the world's oldest mutant. But will Apocalypse be true to the comics or something new?
A new report stipulates that Wonder Woman is hundreds of years old in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. If that's the case, will Snyder use the post-Crisis or New 52 origin for Wonder Woman?
"We really believe that great movies deliver whatever date they’re on." Can Power Rangers buck the general public perception that January is a movie studio dumping ground?
The first Dragon Ball Z anime in nearly 20 years is on the way and today, we get our first look at the legendary Super-Saiyan, Goku. He looks as familliar as ever but with some slight tweaks following the events of Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods.
While promoting his new disaster flick, San Andreas, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson touched on how he'll portray Black Adam in WB's Shazam movie and reaffirmed his take that the character is not a full on villain.
Zombie master George A. Romero's Empire of the Dead, a limited comic book series from Marvel, is being developed for TV. Romero was very critical of The Walking Dead in the recent past and now he'll get the opportunity to create a TV show to directly challenge the cable juggernaut.
With Flash executive producer Andrew Kreisberg recently reaffirming that additional DC Comics Speedsters will show up in season 2 of The Flash, lets examine all of the possible candidates. Jay Garrick and Wally West are obvious, but what about Max Mercury?
Season one of The Flash is in the books! The Flash Museum, Killer Frost
, Jay Garrick and Rip Hunter were all referenced in some form or fashion in tonight's stellar finale. Did Flash have the best season finale of all comic book TV shows?
What an epic finale for season one of The Flash, eh? An unexpected reveal in tonight's episode provided our first look at [Spoiler]. Continue on and discuss if you've already watched the episode. West Coast CBMers, hold off until after the episode airs.
Don't call it a reboot! DC Comics' post-Convergence plan is more of a rebranding. The comic publisher is marketing its new commitment to fresh storytelling under the moniker of DC YOU. The initiative kicks of June 3 and will focus on four main themes: characters, talent, stories and fans.
As The CW's Arrow prepares for unprecedented changes heading into Season 4, lets look back at an overlooked aspect of the superhero drama that definitely deserves praise - all the geektastic guest stars.
"Every time I stop and think about the fact that I get to play The Flash and Barry Allen and there are people out there that love our show... I can't even fully explain it to be honest."
Check out this new poster from The CW's Arrow which perfectly recaptures all the key moments from Season 3. All 23 episodes are currently available to watch for free at The CW's website, so catch-up, revisit and then discuss after the jump.