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Arrow & Flash: From Page to Screen
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Arrow & Flash: From Page to Screen

Arrow & Flash: From Page to Screen by Jerry Whitworth   With several studios opting out of the San Diego Comic-Con International 2015 (notably Marvel, Sony, and Paramount), arguably the biggest presence was Warner Bros. who brought teams from their film, television, and animation divisions to descend upon the event. As expected, the DC Television Universe had a strong presence as details on Arrow, Flash, Vixen, and Legends of...

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Greg Finley’s Girder Attempts to Terminate The CW’s “Flash”

Source: Greg Finley’s Girder Attempts to Terminate The CW’s “Flash” The next episode of The CW’s DC Comics hit is titled “The Flash Is Born,” and looking at the villain of the piece, it may be a fiery genesis. Debuting on tonight’s installment is Girder — a villain made of steel created in the comics by the show’s executive producer Geoff Johns and artist Ethan Van Sciver. While the four-color...

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The Flash: From Page to Screen

  The Flash: From Page to Screen by Jerry Whitworth With the series premier of the Arrow spin-off The Flash only weeks away, several of the upcoming guest-stars for the show have thus far been announced already. Just as one would expect, the Rogues make up a sizable chunk of the upcoming characters. In the series Arrow, we’ve thus far met Barry Allen (played by Grant Gustin of Glee fame) who already has suffered his fateful...

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Top 10 Justice League Members

Top 10: Justice League Members by Jerry Whitworth   With filming beginning already on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the announcement of a Justice League film being produced directly afterward, a lot of focus has been placed on the super group in recent memory. The premier superhero team for DC Comics, the Justice League of America was a 1960s update of the 1940s Justice Society of America. Traditionally, the group is...

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Make It So: DC – The Manga Universe

Make it So: DC The Manga Universe by Matt Eldridge and Jerry Whitworth   In 2000, Marvel Comics produced a manga-version of its universe called the Marvel Mangaverse. Featuring the work of various artists including Ben Dunn, founder of Antarctic Press and creator of Ninja High School and Warrior Nun Areala (manga-inspired American comics), the imprint would last for two years with a brief return some time later. However, the...

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