The Scoop: Hey my friends, I am back one final time to line out some of the highlights of the past few days virtual event “New York Comic Con x MCM Comic Con’s Metaverse” which took the place of the pandemically cancelled New York Comic Con this year. The list below comes from the events media representatives and I am sharing them with you in the event you missed some of these discussions. Take a look.
* Animaniacs’ executive producer Wellesley Wild, co-executive producer Gabe Swarr and voice cast members Rob Paulsen, Tress MacNeille, Jess Harnell and Maurice LaMarche came together for a zany to the max panel discussing the upcoming Hulu reboot and reveled a teaser clip:
The DC Fandome is pulling out all the stops or as many as they can fit into this virutal convention and now they have revealed a run of posters for the upcoming DC Comics superhero shows that air on The CW Network in advance of the happening itself. These shows were commonly referred to as “The Arrowverse” but with the death of Green Arrow/Oliver Queen in the finale of his series I guess they will be changing that. I’ve offered up some personal opinion on the assorted series and how they are or are not keeping my attention at this point in time.
The Flash: For me The Flash is starting to run on empty. The storylines are too drawn out for me, and as opposed to lengthy goes with one master villain, I’d love for more assorted characters. Full seasons of Thinker and Cicada were too much for me and DC Comics often had other heroes villains facing them. Marvel does this all the time so take a queue. I still like it though. Continue reading DC Fandome Shares The CW Network 2021 Promotional Posters→
Back in December, we shared the Official Trailer for the upcoming series “Stargirl” which will be presented on both The CW and the DC Universe streaming service. If you didn’t see said trailer just click HERE. Earlier today, the fine folks at DC Comics revealed the characters that we can expect to find on the show. Let’s take a look after enjoying the very colorful poster.
Debuting First on DC UNIVERSE on May 18, DC’S STARGIRL Features Brec Bassinger, Luke Wilson, Amy Smart, Yvette Monreal, and More
WHAT: DC UNIVERSE today revealed the official poster for DC’S STARGIRL, highlighting heroes and villains from the digital streaming service’s upcoming original series. The highly-anticipated live-action superhero drama from creator Geoff Johns, premiering on DC UNIVERSE on Monday, May 18, showcases an all-star cast including Brec Bassinger (Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl), Luke Wilson (Pat Dugan/S.T.R.I.P.E), and Yvette Monreal (Yolanda Montez/Wildcat). Announced for the first time, the full list of characters and the actors who portray them can be found below. Continue reading DC Universe Reveals The Characters Appearing In DC’s “Stargirl” Series→
Earlier last month, I shared the trailer premiere for a brand-new superhero series “Stargirl” that will apparently run on both The CW Network AND The DC Universe streaming service. I’ll throw some opinion together on that notion a little later but if you didn’t see that first trailer click HERE in case it shows some different visuals from this newest one that went live earlier today. I’ve added the premise and casting and a cool poster as well in this one so scroll on down.
The DC Television Universe continues to expand and connect with apparent ease while their film universe often leaves fans of the stuff very nervous about what could come. The CW is home to a number of awesome heroes like Green Arrow (who’s show ends with this current season), The Flash, Supergirl and the Legends Of Tomorrow and now Stargirl will be joining into the mix. Let’s take a look at the first trailer for the upcoming series.