A History of DC Crossovers: The Silver Age

So last time, we examined the crossovers in the Golden Age between National Comics and All-American Comics before they were merged to create, essentially, DC Comics. (They wouldn’t officially call themselves “DC Comics” until 1977. Before that, they would brand their comics as “A Superman DC Production” or simply “A… » 5/27/15 6:00pm Wednesday 6:00pm

"Who Created Caitlin Snow?" DC Entertainment and Creator Equity

Gerry Conway, writer of tons of comic books and co-creator of tons of comic book characters (including Firestorm), wrote a great post on his Tumblr about DC Entertainment’s “creator equity participation,” which paid the creators of characters whenever their characters were used on other media. » 4/30/15 3:00am 4/30/15 3:00am

A Guide To The Silliest Supervillains In Comics, The Flash's Rogues

Thanks to The Flash TV series, you’re already familiar with a few of the Scarlet Speedster’s most iconic villains, the criminal group known as the Rogues. But not even a show as delightfully silly as The Flash can really convey just how bizarre the comic book versions of the Rogues are. Here’s a field guide to the… » 4/29/15 1:00pm 4/29/15 1:00pm

Barry's Best-Laid Plans Go Completely To Hell On A Game-Changing Flash

In the DC TV universe that Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim have created with Arrow and The Flash, we’ve all been waiting for two events: For Oliver and Felicity to finally do it, and for Harrison Wells to be reveal his true identity to the Flash and his friends. It’s been a very good week for fans. » 4/29/15 10:20am 4/29/15 10:20am

WB May Want The Lego Movie's Lord And Miller To Direct The Flash Film

Grain, salt, etc., but rumor has it Warner Bros. would really like the hot-as-hell team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, to direct the eventual big-screen debut of the Flash, starring Ezra Miller. But the duo are also courted to direct one of Sony's upcoming Ghostbusters films. So which one will they choose? » 4/06/15 11:00am 4/06/15 11:00am

Watch Half the Cast of The Flash Sing "The Ballad of Serenity"

Jesse L. Martin isn't just a great actor — he's also an accomplished singer and writer. And he's teamed up with three other Flash actors, Carlos "Cisco" Valdes, Rick "Eddie Thawne" Cosnett, and Patrick "Captain Singh" Sabongui, to make The Letter Carrier, a short musical film about a black family in 1860 hiding in… » 3/26/15 5:00am 3/26/15 5:00am

​The Flash Goes Back In Time To Try To Make Last Week's Episode Better

In last week's recap of The Flash, I said "Out of Time" was an average episode with a thrillingly exciting core. Since the Flash ran back in time and "Rogue Time" begins more or less at the same point, Barry has a chance to do the episode over. The result? Now it's a great episode with an infuriating core. » 3/25/15 10:40am 3/25/15 10:40am