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Stephen Amell shows what it looks like to work on Arrowverse’s crossover event
October 1st, 2019 under DC Comics. [ Comments: none ]


Later this year, The CW is going to take on their biggest crossover event yet. Between December and January: Supergirl, Batwoman, The Flash, Arrow, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will tackle Crisis on Infinite Earths along with characters from Black Lightning, Smallville, Bird of Prey, Batman: The Animated Series and a Superman movie. That is a HUGE!

Filming is going on now and we have seen photos from the set of some of the reunions or people putting on their old suits. While everything looks like it is fun to film, Arrow himself debunks that. Stephen Amell posted a photo from the hair and makeup and said, “Crisis On Infinite Earths is going great!” It does not look like things are going so great for Oliver Queen. Then again his days are numbered because as we know his show begins its final season next week.

While I don’t watch any of the DC Universe dramas anymore, I am looking forward to watching Crisis on Infinite Earths.

The Arrowverse event starts on December 8th with Supergirl, continues with Batwoman on December 9, The Flash on December 10th and then it will conclude with Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow on January 14, 2020. It is so massive, they need two years to tell it all.

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DC Universe is doing a 5-episode crossover with Black Lightning characters
August 4th, 2019 under DC Comics. [ Comments: none ]


The CW announced that this season they will be doing a 5-part crossover with all 6 of their DC Universe shows that will air in two different years called Crisis on Infinite Earths. That is a lot in one sentence, so I will break it down for you.

On December 8th, Supergirl starts it off. Batwoman joins in on the fun the next day. Then The Flash finishes up things for the week the following night. Finally, it all concludes on January 14th with Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Black Lightning will not get an episode during the crossover event. However, characters on the show will participate throughout the episodes.

CW also announced that voice actor Kevin Conroy, who voices Batman in the animated shows, will guest star as Bruce Wayne from the future.

Got it? Because I don’t.

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Doom Patrol is not doomed!
July 22nd, 2019 under Brendan Fraser, DC Comics, Kaley Cuoco, Matt Bomer. [ Comments: none ]


It was a busy weekend for DC Universe and they gave us plenty to be excited about.

First off, the news that made me the happiest, Doom Patrol will be back for a second season next year. Not only will it stream on DC Universe, but you will also be able to watch it on their new service HBO Max with the Gossip Girl spinoff. When it comes to our favorite anti-heroes, how can you not love a superhero show that has sex, cursing and a mass orgasm? The only thing I don’t want back next season is the huge cockroach. If they do bring him back then they need to do me a positive and give us more Matt Bomer topless scenes! Did I mention that he and Brendan Fraser are in it? It truly is the perfect show.

That was the only big story to come out from them at San Diego Comic-Com. Titans, the show Doom Patrol spun off of, will debut new episodes starting on September 26th. Young Justice: Outsiders will be back for a fourth season.

Finally, Harley Quinn gets animated and the cartoon, that stars Kaley Cuoco in the title character, is not for kids. A cartoon just for us also debuts this fall!

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Swamp Thing is suspenseful horror series we need
May 31st, 2019 under DC Comics. [ Comments: none ]


Once again the Swamp Thing comes to life and this time he is streaming on DC Universe.

Abby (Crystal Reed) is a doctor who works for the CDC. She is called back to her hometown, Houma, Louisiana, to investigate a mysterious illness that has left a little girl unconscious. No one knows what is plaguing Susie (Elle Graham) and no one can find her father who fishes in the swamp.

Abby has not been home since she was 17 and people don’t want her back. Something happened right before she graduated high school and she was chased out of town. Even though she is unwelcome, they will let her stay as long as she can prevent this illness from spreading.

Along the way, she meets Alex Holland (Andy Bean), a scientist, who has seen people dump in the swamp. Together he and Abby will see if what was dumped in the water could be causing the illness.

After a long day of working she stays behind, while he takes a ride in a boat at night to check something out in the swamp. Out of nowhere, he is shot several in the chest, falls into the water and his boat blows up. Something gets a hold of him, and he becomes the Swamp Thing.

Now he is protecting the town from the bad people, but they think he is a monster. His presence has upset the light and dark, and now the swamp is alive again.

There is so much mystery going on in this small town, that you will want to know everything that is happening in this interpretation of the DC comic series.

My only negative about this show is that it is way too dark. Sometimes I found it hard to see what was going on. Other than it is the perfect summer show.

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It is Doom Patrol vs a gigantic rat and a colossal cockroach!
May 24th, 2019 under DC Comics. [ Comments: none ]


The season finale of Doom Patrol is streaming on DC Universe now and everything has been leading up to this moment.

Last week, when we left off, The Doom Patrol left the Chief (Timothy Dalton) after he told them that he created them. Since then they have gone their separate ways. Rita (April Bowlby) and Negative Man (Matt Bomer) are living together. She is teaching acting to students. While he is seeing how long he can handle having the negative energy outside of his body. Jane (Diane Guerrero) is on her own, but she is secretly getting help from Robotman (Brendan Fraser), who is watching over her. Finally, Cyborg (Joivan Wade) is back with his dad.

While we watch them survive by themselves, we see how The Chief created them in flashbacks. It is not going to be easy to watch Vic become Cyborg.

Then they are all going to hear a song nonstop (not going to tell you which one it is, but it is an earworm) that is going to bring them back together. The Chief asks them for a favor, but why would they help him? After all, he destroyed all of their lives. Eventually, they will have to give in because Mr. Nobody (Alan Tudyk) is planning to destroy them all. He will have a little help from a gigantic rat and a colossal cockroach (Curtis Armstrong)! Which is my nightmare so I will not be sleeping tonight.

It is going to be an epic battle and maybe not every one of our heroes is going to make it to season 2. Which they better get because this is the best superhero show on television. Tell me what other show has a mass orgasm, an openly gay character, lots of sex and cursing, and doing other things no show in the genre would dream of doing, Well they dream of doing it, they just can’t.

That is what makes DC Universe a must have app, they can be as bad as they want to be. Next week, they introduce us to Swamp Thing. I am one episode in and I am already loving it.

I just want to add, it was nice that Tudyk finally got an episode of his own. You can tell he has been having fun all season, but in this episode, he really went for it. Which is why he is a hidden comedic treasure.

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