Posts Tagged ‘DC Comics’

Daniel Cerone Posts Constantine Script for Episode 14

by Alanna Smithon November 6, 2015
Constantine fans have proven to be fiercely loyal, and last week co-creator and executive producer Daniel Cerone rewarded #Hellblazers with something incredibly special. To help promote Arrow‘s Constantine-filled episode, he sent out a tweet saying that if it reached 2,000 retweets, he would post the script for what would have been episode 14 of Constantine. Of course the tweet […]

Constantine Boosts Arrow Ratings, Deserves His Own Show Back

by Alanna Smithon November 5, 2015
Last night fans rejoiced as Matt Ryan returned to his role as the Hellblazer himself – John Constantine – to guest star on an episode of The CW‘s Arrow. It proved to be a good move, considering the episode hit a 1.0 – the highest rating this season since the premiere (1.09). Even I was watching it […]

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The Geeky Weekly: August 9 – August 17

by Laura Cerroneon August 17, 2015
A day late but still filled with the news you may have missed. Normally the Weekly comes out on Sundays, but sometimes vacations must be taken, and when there is no Wifi at the lake… well… the Weekly comes out a day late. It’s time to geek out with the Geeky Weekly: ∴ FINALLY! Hanging […]

Chris Pine is Perfect for Steve Trevor

by Emilia Cowanon July 29, 2015
Chris Pine sets his sights on Themyscira! The Star Trek alum reportedly closed a deal with Warner Bros. to play Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman’s biggest fan and sometimes love interest. Hal Jordan fans can cry or sigh in relief knowing that Pine will pass on the Green Lantern role (even though he was never in the running […]

DC Bombshells Hits A Home Run With Issue #1

by EVAon July 26, 2015
Enter the bombtastic world of 1940’s superheroines with DC Bombshells #1. While we may still be a week away until the return of DC’s Bombshell variant month, the excitement started early with the digital release of the newly themed series. Much like Injustice Gods Among Us and Batman 66‘, DC Bombshells is a digital first […]

Review: Cyborg #1 Gets to the Heart of Vic Stone

by Emilia Cowanon July 23, 2015
Cyborg #1 by David F. Walker, Ivan Reis, and Joe Prado is a debut and homecoming for Victor Stone. After a run-in with death, Vic Stone is brought back to life but he is changed once again. Not sure how or why he’s alive Vic returns home to see if he and his father can […]


Batman: Arkham Knight Review: Style Without Substance

by Emilia Cowanon July 19, 2015
Gotham is dark and full of terrors. A city of fear awaits the ever stoic Batman in Batman: Arkham Knight. Scarecrow hides behind an army of mercenaries led by the Arkham Knight and Batman must use extreme force to stop them. From suit to batmobile, Batman is faster and stronger than ever before. Arkham Knight […]

Vixen Makes Her Debut in New Teaser Trailer

by Alanna Smithon July 11, 2015
CW Seed and DC Entertainment released the first trailer for the upcoming Vixen animated series online today. Mari McCabe (Vixen), voiced by Megalyn Echikunwoke, is a metahuman who possesses a mystical amulet that allows her to access the abilities of any animal in the world. Sharing a universe with The CW‘s Arrow and The Flash, Vixen features the voice […]

Official Images for Batman v Superman Release Just in Time for SDCC!

by Emilia Cowanon July 2, 2015
The hype train is real! Today, Entertainment Weekly released six new photos of Warner Bros. upcoming film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice! From fancy Wonder Woman to Lex Luthor’s hair this is the most we’ve seen and heard since the teaser trailer. With San Diego Comic-Con around the corner expect to see more Batman v […]

The Geeky Weekly: June 14 – June 21

by Laura Cerroneon June 21, 2015
E3 and the Monte Carlo TV Festival kept the GCE busy all week. Now that both have wrapped up and our staff works hard to pump out the last bits of goods, reviews, interviews and news, we’ll focus on some other things that took place during the past week. That is, after all, what the […]