The Flash had its hand and played it foolishly last week, but this week's episode has redeemed its predecessor.
Lena Luthor questions who she really is, while Sam tries to figure out who she becomes during her blackout spells.
Desperate to defeat Reign, Supergirl assembles a super team to gather intel on the deadly killer, but will they be enough?
The mid-season premiere begins….at the beginning. We dial back a bit in time and get a glimpse of the major players before they were one big team.
Journey back to Yesteryear and the evolution of superheroes of the small screen. From Automan to Man From Atlantis to Xena Warrior Princess, these are the tales of shows you loved as a kid or didn't even know existed...Please Stand By!
Prior to DC in D.C.this weekend, Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley, writer of 12 Years a Slave, is taking his talents to the pages of DC Comics where he will be penning a miniseries titled The Other History of the DC Universe. The prominent mini-series, branded as “literary,” aims to re-contextualize key moments from the history of the DC Universe through the eyes of its marginalized heroes.
“DC in D.C.” brings together stars and producers from Warner Bros. Television’s DCTV series, as well as comic book writers and artists from DC Entertainment, who will join invited guests from politics, government service, entertainment, business, academia and more. The event will explore the intersection of comic books, culture, entertainment, and enlightenment through a series of panel discussions open to the public.