“Crisis On Infinite Earths” CW Crossover Event, Parts 4-5

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” has been lackluster for me so far. The posters for the second half did little to up my enthusiasm, with Stephen Amell looking rather uncomfortable with his hands outstretched. Perhaps I’m just used to seeing him with a bow, but something felt off. Nevertheless, I continued with the crossover in the …

REVIEW: “Crisis on Infinite Earths” CW Crossover Event, Parts 1-3

Since 1985, Crisis on Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez has stood as the zenith of creativity in the comic book medium. What started as a way to streamline an increasingly convoluted continuity became a staple event of the DC Comics brand. So, when it was announced last year, at the end of …

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” Trailer Arrives Online

Worlds are colliding as the new extended trailer for the Arrowverse “Crisis on Infinite Earths” arrives online. Check out the “Crisis” trailer below: The “Crisis” trailer opens with the logos of each of our shows as we see shots of Oliver Queen hugging his daughter, Mia Smoak; Barry Allen running (of course); a brief shot …

Erica Durance Returns as Lois Lane in “Crisis on Infinite Earths”

Deadline reports that Smallville alum Erica Durance will be joining Tom Welling in “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” reprising her role as Superman’s lady love Lois Lane. Durance played Lois on the iconic series from 2004 to 2011, starting out as a recurring special guest star in season 4 and segueing to regular status the following …

Tom Welling to Return as Clark Kent in Crisis on Infinite Earths

The blur is back! Entertainment Weekly reports that Smallville star Tom Welling will be reprising his iconic role of Clark Kent in the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” event, which will begin on Sunday, December 8th, with Supergirl. It is said that the crossover will pick up with Clark nearly a decade after Smallville’s ending, …

DC Comics Moves to Censor Iconic Comic Book Art

After the publication of psychiatrist Fredric Wertham’s book Seduction of the Innocent in 1954, which accused comic books of having a negative impact on the minds of children, publishers opted to create a self-regulating oversight committee over government regulation of comic book content. This committee would be known as the Comics Code Authority. The organization’s …