Someone at the CW must really, really like Oliver Queen. After a multi-year stint as a supporting character on the long-running Smallville, the television network has promoted Green Arrow to star status with the announcement of a series order for the hour-long show Arrow.Despite spending five years in Clark Kent's shadow during the sixth to tent
One of the fun things about comics is something that is a failure in movies or TV (Hello, Whedonia!) can be a runaway success when transformed into sequential art. Lower costs, and lower audience expectation, make smaller gr
We are truly in a golden age of comic book/TV cross-mingling. TV writers love dabbling in comics, while comic book scribes love how much more TV writing pays. Meanwhile, comics like "Buffy: Season Eight" and the upcoming "Pushing Daisies" series offer fans a glimpse at what could have been if their respective shows had continued. But we didn't always have it this good.
Our friends at Warner Bros. have provided Comics Alliance with a preview of the this weeks episode of Legion of Super Heroes.
Learn the backstory of Lightning Lad and meet his electrifying family in an all-new episode of "Legion of Super Heroes" this Saturday. In the episode, entitled
Love is the name of the game in this episode of 'Heroes.' Love and finding ones' self, if you really get down to it. Several romances spring up, as heroes test and use their powers for both good and evil
While last week's episode started out with a bang, this week's starts out with an ow-ow. Not to get all girly or anything, but Peter's physique got ripped after he exploded. Which is just as well because we're greeted with a scene of Peter shirtless, wet and getting himself beaten up by the Irish robbers who discovered him for stealing iPods
The first episode of the second season starts off strong, growing to a fever point and ending in a way we can't describe as anything less than absolutely nuts. With quick touch-and-go reintroductions into the lives of our favorite heroes, we get a glimpse of what's been happening over the last 4 months.
On November 7, DC Comics will publish HEROES, a hardcover graphic novel collection based on NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe® nominated television series "Heroes," featuring covers by comic book superstars Alex Ross and Jim Lee and an introduction by "Heroes" star Masi Oka (Hiro). The stories, which mark the first printed graphic novel adaptation of the show, were originally