A little bit bumbling, I like it.
The CW announced today that they had cast Katrina Law as Nyssa, the illegitimate daughter of Ra’s al Ghul, TV Guide reports.
Following Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Amanda Waller) and Manu Bennett (Slade Wilson), she is now the third Spartacus alumnus to take a role on Arrow.
Earlier this morning Batman writer Scott Snyder tweeted this teaser art by Jason Fabok from the upcoming Batman Eternal. He included the following message:
Ok! Some seriously easter-egg heavy (turkey day) BATMAN ETERNAL art by
@JasonFabok! Lots of clues in this one!
What the F is going on here? As we already know, Batman Eternal will show the return of Stephanie Brown. Could that be her in the purple hoodie? What’s up with Joker’s Daughter underneath the table? Is that a Robin on Titus? A lot of stuff going on in this image, but what does it all mean? I guess We’ll find out in 2014 when Batman Eternal #1 comes out.
Check out Oliver Queen as he teams up with Black Canary; one of the newest additions to The CW’s Arrow.
Episode two premieres tonight.
Black Canary comes to Arrow, and she’s NOT played by the same person playing Laurel (Dinah) Lance, otherwise known as the heroine’s traditional secret identity.
Rainfall has just banged out a very impressive Wonder Woman short. Pay attention, DC. This is how it’s done.
The bad news is the Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins won’t come with the multiplayer mode that the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions will.
The good news is it’ll cost $10 less than the PS3/Xbox 360 versions.
The Flash Has Been Cast
It was announced today that the CW’s Arrow has found their Barry Allen. Grant Gustin, whose previous credits include Glee, 90210 & the TV movie A Mother’s Nightmare, has earned the coveted role of the Flash’s alter ego.
Barry is slated to appear in episodes 2.8, 2.9 and episode 2.20 which will be used as a backdoor pilot for a potential spinoff series. These episodes will be penned by executive producers Andrew Kreisberg, Greg Berlanti and DC Comics Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns.
"When we first meet Barry Allen, he’s just a forensic scientist working for Central City Police Department," says Kreisberg. “He’s just an ordinary man when we meet him. As we always do on Arrow, we’re trying to keep it grounded and realistic as possible. That is the way the audience will be introduced to Barry and get to know him before life gets a little bit faster.”
Filming for the Barry Allen’s first episode will begin on September 30th.
The second season of Arrow premieres October 9th.
Season 2 premieres October 9th, 2013.
The Final Five Podcast - Episode 4
I have to admit Stephen Amell looks kinda funny here.
Arrow Season 2 premieres this October.
Someone hold my fuckin’ flower.
It seems you’re forgetting the times Wonder Woman has taken down Superman and Batman.
Or the time the entire League was being handily defeated by an Amazo - and then Vixen beat it with one hit.
Or the time Black Canary lead the entire Justice League.
Or the time Power Girl lead the entire Justice Society.
Or all the times young women have decided to become heroes - despite being told not to.
But that’s just me.
I’d like it if this could spread, please. It made me mad and I want things to change by people acquiring new information.
CONFIRMED: Man of Steel 2 will be Batman/Superman!
Photo credit: @girlsreadcomics
He’s had enough your bullshit.
You want perfection? It doesn’t exist.
“Finally, as far as the criticism of the destruction, I like the fact that this film has caused it. Because that means that audiences are inherently finding this film to be a more serious production than Marvel films. …If you have a movie, where buildings are falling all over the place, aliens are coming out of a black hole to destroy New York city, and the Hulk is smashing through buildings that are shown to be populated with people – and you give it a pass… Yet you look at this film and criticize it for it- That’s because, whether you know it or not, the film got you. You felt this film was real. And the people in the buildings, the destruction you were seeing resonated with you in a way The Avengers didn’t. There’s nothing wrong with The Avengers, it’s a good movie. But if you are bothered by what you see in Man of Steel, yet you enjoy what you see in The Avengers, that’s because the movie is working on a different level. And I think that that is one of the strengths of the film.” -Justin Bolger, Modern Myth Media