The CW’s Flash has managed to build one of the most ambitious superhero universes ever conceived, all on the shoestring of a mid-tier TV budget. So how have they brought some of those epic sci-fi set pieces to life?
As we gear up for the return of The Flash and Arrow in the next few weeks, many fans are still wondering why Warner Bros. and DC refuse to roll the beloved small-screen heroes into the big-screen Justice League. Well, now we have an answer.
The CW has expanded its superhero universe to the animated world with the new series Vixen, and producer Marc Guggenheim has opened up about the challenges and opportunities in bringing the flagship characters to the animated spinoff.
We know a few things about the new season of The CW’s Arrow, but we didn’t know where Oliver (Stephen Amell) and the gang would be setting up shop. Now we have our first look at the new Arrow Lair — and it seems the crime-fighters will be enjoying a major upgrade.
NBC’s short-lived Constantine series might be officially dead, it seems the namesake Hellblazer will be getting a reprieve this fall on The CW's Arrow. The small screen DC universe is getting a whole lot bigger.