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Grant Gustin suits up as The Flash in the first official image of the Scarlet Speedster set to star in the upcoming series on the CW. 371 more words
Who: “The Originals,” currently airs on network TV, specifically on the CW, Tuesdays at 8:00 PM.
What: “The Originals,” a spin off of supernatural drama “The Vampire Diaries,” centered on the Original (i.e. 1,856 more words
Ok ya’ll! So I usually don’t do recaps on Arrow weekly but after the crazy episode (I mean that in a good way) last night I couldn’t resist! 672 more words
Writers: Mark Guggenheim/Drew Z. Greenberg
Director: Guy Bee
Cast: Stephen Amell/David Ramsey/Emily Bett Rickards/Katie Cassidy/Colton Haynes/Michael Jai White
The Arrow begins Roy’s training in controlling his strength and channeling his anger for a greater good although it is not as easy as he would wish it to be. 454 more words
It’s been a long and tired argument among comic book fans. A question that virtually defines a comic book fan to his core. A question that has stirred hate, disgust and suspicion among the diehard fanboy and comic newbie alike. 846 more words
This is a wonderful rundown about the difference between DC and Marvel's issues with TV and Movies. I for one have been blown away by the CW's Arrow. It's ability to convey the power of the comics it has drawn on and the way it makes a fully comprehensive world is totally engrossing. Agent's of S.H.I.E.L.D. on the other hand is a bit lesser in my opinion. I have been annoyed by the extraordinarily small world it exists in. For instance, when they collided with the events of Thor: Dark World. They just cleaned up after him. This was the only mention. I thought that was a wasted opportunity. Anyway, have a read it's a good article.
Not only is CBS looking for your opinion, that opinion will be acted upon— for an episode of Hawaii 5-0. The police drama, that has had covert agents drift in and out with the tide, is definitely showing not only fan appreciation but also fan trust in leaving key elements of a script in your hands. 95 more words
Some early 2014 news on the Vancouver TV production front kicks off with comic star Rainn Wilson taking a dramatic turn in Backstrom, a character-driven crime series for the Fox network. 78 more words