The big cross over event has that the CW has talked about has begun. Based loosely on a three issue limited series from DC comics. The books were published in January, February and March of 1989. Written by Keith Giffen and Bill Mantlo and art by Todd McFarlana (issues 1-2) and Bart Sears (issue 3). If you want to get a better idea of INVASION story line get the trade from your local brick and mortar shop or on line at Amazon
Starting tonight on the midseason finale of Supergirl and continuing for most of the week on The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, the latest and biggest superhero crossover yet on the CW is its best so far. Now part of that is the sheer scale of so many caped, masked and speedy pals…
This was released a bit ago but I don’t think it got the attention it warranted(Only 1.6 million views on youtube and all).A very cool 4 minute vid showcasing the stars of all 4 DC shows from this fall in a “X-men , Danger room” type scenario. Kind of a off beat promo for the cross over coming up this season……..with a twist and a special guest villain.Enjoy
Everyone’s favorite nerd(well not everyone’s) and pod father is going to be directing a up coming episode of Flash.
Since Kevin Smith found and started to watch Flash he has constantly praised the show. If you are a fan of Fatman On Batman you must have heard Kevin ooze all over the show. Marc Bernardin his partner on Fatman was always praising the show and finally convinced Kevin to watch.
Announced on Sunday that Smith will be directed a upcoming episode in May but no word on which one.
The CW released a extended promo for next week’s episode of The Flash. The title is called “The Fury of Firestorm” will introduced Edge of Tomorrow actor Franz Drameh. Franz Drameh will portraying Jefferson “Jax” Jackson aka the new, other half of Firestorm.
The introduction of Jefferson “Jax” Jackson comes after the death of the original Firestorm, Ronnie Raymond in the season premiere.
But is he?
Robbie Amell posted a picture of himself and Franz Drameh, along with the caption “Firestorm is in great hands! But I’ll be back”. Giving everyone a hint that we have not seen the last of Ronnie Raymond.
A fan theory that is making the round on the net is that Ronnie was not killed in the singularity. In actually he was sucked through the portal to an alter Earth. Also with this theory is that Ronnie is suffering in the same way as Dr Stein is and he’ll need to find a new partner as well.
This would fit well into the multiverse that DC loves to use in the comic book line. The multiverse is now making it’s way into the DC universe on TV. I hope that it is not over used like it is in the comics.
How many times have you wanted to see the mightiest heroes from the DC universe take on the gang from Marvel. I am not talking about a comic book version. But a live action one. Of course we will never see one. But animator Saruhan Saral brings that idea to life in two animated shorts.
Bring together the likes of Batman, Spider-Man, Superman, Wolverine, Green Lantern, Deadpool, Deathstroke, Flash, Quicksilver, Hulk, Iron Man and so many more. I started to wondering why these two groups would be fighting to begin with? But sometimes heroes don’t need a reason to fight. But at the end you find out why and it is a very pleasing twist.