Character descriptions for CBS’ upcoming Supergirl TV series have been released, revealing some intriguing details.
A new report claims Wonder Woman's solo adventures on the big screen will pre-date the rest of Warner Bros.' superhero films by quite a few years.
Keen-eyed DC fans might’ve noticed this little tidbit about The CW’s new Flash series already, but did you know the set designer snuck in an awesome little Justice League nod?
Superhero movies, we need to talk. Frankly, I just don’t know that I’m as ready for all this as I once thought. Things just feel like they are moving way too fast.
Showrunner Daniel H. Wilson talks with us exclusively about the new issue from DC Comics that has bad guys on Apokolips freaking out, and heroes encountering a familiar threat.
It seems the recent wave of The Flash, Gotham and Constantine were just the beginning for DC’s expanded slate of television projects. Up next? Krypton.
We know a heck of a lot more than we did about DC’s future movie plans, but there are still a lot of questions lingering in Warner Bros.’ massive Justice League scheme.
It seems like we’re entering a television renaissance for comic-book fans, and DC’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns is at the heart of making it happen. So where do they go next?
The show might just be making its debut this Friday, but NBC’s Constantine series has already had its fair share of shake-ups. Want to get a peek at the latest addition to the cast?
The folks at DC obviously did a good job of keeping things under wraps to put together that massive movie slate — but apparently the stars themselves were also left in the dark.