Holy crap was there a lot of television this year. While we’ve already covered our best and worst shows of the year, there were many specific moments in these series, as well as memorable highlights from shows that didn’t make it into our Top 10 list, that we’d be remiss to not highlight—or remind you of how awful…
Super-genius, gamer and lover of all things geeky, Cisco “Vibe” Ramon is our best friend in the Arrowverse. He’s the kind of guy I’d love to hang with, as long as he doesn’t go full Leeroy like he did last night on a regular basis.
Here’s a GTA V mod, in case you ever wanted to run so hard that you create a tornado and suck up all nearby objects. In GTA V.
The Agents of SHIELD can stand down. Constantine can go to hell. Daredevil got the crap kicked out of it. And Arrow? You just got outshot by your little brother. The Flash finale wasn’t quite perfect, but it showed exactly why it’s the best comic book show currently on TV.
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…
We couldn't be more excited about The Flash TV series, debuting on October 7th. But that's doesn't mean we're not a little worried, too. The Flash comics are filled with goofiness, weirdness and a touch of pure stupidity that we hope never make it to the TV show — here's eight "Flash facts" the show can skip.
The life of a superhero is often an anxiety-riddled mess — so it's only appropriate that a classic DC hero gets a pretentious, art house adaptation.
Looking good, Fastest Man Alive. After the quickest of glimpses more than two weeks ago, here's a better look at the Flash suit that Grant Gustin will be wearing in the upcoming TV show. It definitely reads as more superhero than most of the outfits on Arrow.
I've been waiting for this moment since Grant Gustin first showed up as Barry Allen in CW's Arrow earlier this season — our first peek at the latest TV iteration of DC Comics' scarlet speedster, the Flash.
You don't need to feel sorry for the Flash. Despite what it looks like, he's doing okay.
Batman's archenemy is a homicidal lunatic, Superman has a megalomaniac hell-bent on world domination, and the Flash? The Flash has a hyper-intelligent gorilla. Check out Gorilla Grodd and the monkey fun bunch in these latest screens from DC Universe Online.
When Brash Entertainment, the plague of a publisher that did serious harm to independent developers industry-wide, gave up the ghost, several projects went with it. That includes one based on DC Comics' The Flash.