DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Today!

  For sometime we have been hearing about the new team series set in the Arrow-verse, featuring characters from both Arrow and it’s spinoff, The Flash, plus “three never-before-seen-on-TV DC characters”.  News of casting has dripped out, and we now know who is on the team (or at least who will be on the show) and now we get our first look of (some of) them in action in this special teaser that the CW has put out, introducing DC’s Legends of Tomorrow! If you haven’t watched the Arrow series finale, yet, you may want to check it out before … Continue reading

Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill Cast As A Time Traveler in Arrow Spinoff

Arthur Darvill has been cast as time traveler Rip Hunter in the Arrow spinoff DC Superhero team show being developed for the CW by Arrow and Flash producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg. No stranger to time travel, Darvill played companion Rory Williams for two and a half seasons on Doctor Who.  Rory Williams shares many of the traits that were used to describe the Rip Hunter character – “a Han Solo-esque rogue who gets by with his charm, this hero hails from the future, and has journeyed back in time on a secret mission. His razor-sharp wit hides the … Continue reading

Who’s Going To Be on Atom’s Spinoff Team? Casting Details leaked.

  TVLine is reporting that they have learned details about the three unnamed characters who will be joining the team-up show with Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), Dr. Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Caity Lotz, who played Sarah Lance, the Canary, who  was killed at the start of Arrow’s third season. There is a lot of speculation on who these characters could be.  I can see the writer’s room, and it looks like Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman in that scene from Justice League of America #0 (the last series, before the New 52).  There is a table covered with photos … Continue reading

Exile’s Read of the Week 12/10/09

BOOSTER GOLD #27 Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund Cover: Dan Jurgens and Norm Rapmund Publisher: DC Wow, I have to stop going out and getting a life –  I know how much all 9 of you out there are waiting for my top pick for the week. Once again, I am going to a Blackest Night tie in.   The core story has such a strong emotional core it resonates out and makes all the books it touch that much better.  Now for books like recent issues of Titans and JLA  that is not saying much, but … Continue reading