Now that Supergirl is on The CW, the creative folks making their superhero television shows have the opportunity to do their biggest crossover yet. The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl will all take part in the epic event and we've got a few new details on what to expect.
Wonder Woman actor Gal Gadot has already weighed in on the famous character's bisexuality but that doesn't mean reporters are going to stop asking her about it. When asked directly for a name she could envision Wonder Woman having a relationship with she went with an actor who's already played two comic book roles.
Doctor Strange has certainly been promoted as being a departure from Marvel's usual fare but I was surprised how much it actually stands on its own within the Marvel cinematic universe.
[There won't be any Doctor Strange spoilers until the very end of this article, in which case they will be clearly marked.]
Most of you probably know Nicolas Cage's history with Superman by now but his love of comic book superheroes goes well beyond that. He recently got to talking about the success of superhero films and had some very interesting things to say about Captain America. He also talks about his almost-casting in Starz's American Gods.
Something has been nagging at me about The CW's fantastic superhero show, The Flash. I hadn't been able to put it into words until last night...just before a character did. Why aren't more metahumans using their powers for good?
Last month a J. Scott Campbell variant cover for Marvel's Invincible Iron Man featuring Riri Williams caused a tremendous amount of discussion around how women are portrayed in comics. In this particular case, a Black teenager. But what it also did was highlight how reactions to critiques can say quite a lot.
DC Comics' Justice League Dark-inspired film Dark Universe is still a ways off but director Doug Liman is discussing his approach. Turns out both him and the studio want a superhero film unlike anything else out there. He just had to figure out how not to put any of the women in jeopardy.