CW Orders Superman & Lois, Walker to Series

A Man of Steel takes flight and a Texas Ranger is back on the case this fall. TVLine reports that the Greg Berlanti superhero series Superman & Lois and the Jared Padalecki-fronted Walker – the reimagining of the iconic Chuck Norris series Walker, Texas Ranger – have both received early pickups from CW President Mark …

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 …

REVIEW: Superman: Earth One – Volume 3

Superman: Earth One – Volume 2 seemed like a speed bump in what was initially a promising series. That being said, the epilogue of the book seemed to set up an enticing volume 3 with iconic villain Lex Luthor being the main villain – or, rather, one of the main villains, considering Luthor’s wife, Alexandra. …

Superman & Lois Series Announced for The CW

The Hollywood Reporter reports that the CW has put into development a new show centering around Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch’s Lois Lane. Called Superman & Lois, the series will be focusing on juggling superheroics and journalism while being working parents in today’s world. Lane was revealed to be pregnant at the end of …

REVIEW: Flash Forward – Ch. 2 “The Line Forms on the Left”

What does it take to make a truly great comic book? Not just something readable as opposed to throw-away garbage, but something that will either objectively stand the test of time, or is just a fun romp through 20-something pages of gorgeous art. Does it require decades upon decades of in-depth lore knowledge, traversing every …