It’s all about DC TV at San Diego Comic-Con today and that includes The Flash! A new trailer was finally released for the fourth season of everyone’s favorite speedster and now it’s finally online. “Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) lived a normal life as a perpetually tardy C.S.I. in the Central City Police Department. Barry’s life […]
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The Flash season 4’s supporting cast is growing. Casting calls for Elongated Man, The Thinker and The Mechanic have been revealed.
The Flash #26 is a thrilling look at a possible future that shakes Barry to the core and establishes who his worst enemy really is.
THE FLASH #25 Writer: Joshua Williamson Pencillers: Carmine Di Giandomenico, Neil Googe and Ryan Sook Colorists: Ivan Plascencia, Hi-Fi & Dave McCaig Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 6/28/17 The long-awaited “Running Scared” arc is off to the races with The Flash #25, a packed introductory issue that stays true to the series’ 60+ year history while re-imagining elements. While […]
The Flash #24 waves goodbye to Hal and welcomes Reverse Flash in a terrifying chase through time. Can Barry stop Eobard before he destroys everything dear?
This Saturday, June 17, the great voices of the DC TV Podcasts Network will be uniting for the annual podcast marathon for charity starting at 10 AM PST. For the third charity event, the network is teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund organization to raise money for the world’s leading animal and nature conservation […]
DC TV PODCASTS: WORLD WILDLIFE FUND – FUNDRAISER ON JUNE 17! Podcasters assemble to help wilderness preservation in a live marathon event. Monday, June 5, 2017 – The DC TV Podcasts Network is teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund organization to further their nature conservation mission on Saturday, June 17, 2017. The World Wildlife Fund […]
The Flash #23 starts its new arc off with a thorough exploration of Barry’s fears, juxtaposed with a fun visit from his buddy Green Lantern.
The Flash won’t have a speedster as its Big Bad next season. Casting is currently underway for The Thinker – a man still sure to keep Flash on his toes.
Looks like both The Flash and Supergirl are popular enough with the younger generation to warrant new stories – now in novel form! According to Entertainment Weekly, both series have commissioned middle-grade reading level books that are set to come out this Fall. The Flash: Hocus Pocus takes place in an alternate version of the third season, in which Barry […]