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The Reverse Flash poster reveals he’s coming to The Flash March 17th
The Flash is returning after a short break on The CW on Tuesday, March 17th, at 8 p.m. PT/ET. We know that Liam McIntyre will be making an appearance in the “Out of Time” episode as the Weather Wizard, a metahuman coming to avenge the death of his brother who died in the pilot. Now The CW has a released a new poster featuring Tom Cavanagh as The Reverse Flash in all his yellow glory.I’m guessing Reverse Flash will be having a small part, since the majority of the episode will most likely be about the Flash trying to put a stop to the Weather Wizard.
“Mark Mardon aka The Weather Wizard (guest star Liam McIntyre) appears in Central City intent on avenging his brother Clyde’s death, and sets his sights on Joe, who shot Clyde. When Mardon attacks Joe and Barry, Barry is able to super-speed them to safety but Mardon gets away. Barry warns Joe not to go after a meta-human alone but Joe doesn’t listen and ends up in grave danger. Meanwhile, Cisco looks into the night the team captured the Reverse Flash and realizes something doesn’t add up and begins to wonder whether Joe was right about Dr. Wells. Barry and Linda (guest star Malese Jow) end up on an awkward double date with Eddie and Iris.”
Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are ready to wreak havoc in these Avengers: Age of Ultron posters
Unlike the previous posters that have been revealed by the actors themselves, Yahoo! Movies has given us a first look at the character posters for Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson).With the twins getting their own character posters, I wonder how long it’s going to take before Marvel releases the character poster for Paul Bettany’s Vision. After all, he’s been the one character that’s been revealed little-by-little so far.What do you think?
Avengers: Age of Ultron destroys theaters on May 1st.
The Joker crashes the DC Comics variant covers this June
It’s going to be a big month for the Joker when June hits this year. The Clown Prince of Crime is going to be marketed heavily, as he’ll be appearing in many different DC comic titles via their variant covers.DC has released five variant covers via CBR. Check them out below:
- Batgirl #41 by Rafael Albuquerque
- The Flash #41 by Eddy Barrows and Marcelo Maiolo
- Gotham Academy #7 by Craig Rousseau
- Justice League #41 by David Finch, Jonathan Glapion and Brad Anderson
- Superman #41 by Karl Kerschl
DC has been doing these variant-themed covers. In February, Harley Quinn was the character of the month. So far 5 variant covers have been revealed for the Joker, who will be getting a total of 25 once June hits.
- ACTION COMICS #41 by DARWYN COOKE
- AQUAMAN #41 by WALTER SIMONSON and LAURA MARTIN
- BATGIRL #41 by RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE
- BATMAN #41 by SEAN MURPHY and MATT HOLLINGSWORTH
- BATMAN/SUPERMAN #21 by JOCK
- CATWOMAN #41 by JAVIER PULIDO
- DEATHSTROKE #7 by LEE WEEKS and R&T HORIE
- DETECTIVE COMICS #41 by PATRICK GLEASON and JOHN KALISZ
- GOTHAM ACADEMY #7 by CRAIG ROUSSEAU
- GOTHAM BY MIDNIGHT by JOHN VAN FLEET
- GRAYSON #9 by DAVE JOHNSON
- GREEN ARROW #41 by BILL SIENKIEWICZ
- GREEN LANTERN #41 by BEN OLIVER
- HARLEY QUINN #17 by EDUARDO RISSO
- JUSTICE LEAGUE #41 by DAVID FINCH & JONATHAN GLAPION and BRAD ANDERSON
- JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 by HOWARD PORTER and HIFI
- LOBO #7 by NEIL EDWARDS & JAY LEISTEN and JEROMY COX
- NEW SUICIDE SQUAD #9 by JIM LEE and ALEX SINCLAIR
- SECRET SIX #3 by DAN JURGENS & DANNY MIKI and ALEX SINCLAIR
- SINESTRO #12 by JOSHUA MIDDLETON
- SUPERMAN #41 by KARL KERSCHL
- SUPERMAN/WONDER WOMAN #18 by CLIFF CHIANG
- TEEN TITANS #9 by SCOTT McDANIEL and R&T HORIE
- THE FLASH #41 by EDDY BARROWS and MARCELO MAIOLO
- WONDER WOMAN #41 by BRIAN BOLLAND
Smallville’s Jonathan Kent doesn’t approve of Man of Steel’s Jonathan Kent
We’ve seen many versions of Jonathan Kent, Clark Kent’s adoptive father, in the Superman films and TV shows. Now we have Smallville‘s John Schneider, who played Jonathan Kent, talking about how he wasn’t a fan of Kevin Costner’s Jonathan Kent in Man of Steel.There was a scene in the movie that turned Schneider’s head. He told Vintage Sound 93.1’s The Tony Tone Show that he didn’t care for how Costner’s Kent raised Clark.
“I love Kevin, and I love what Kevin does. But I didn’t care for one scene in there, where Jonathan was advising Clark to do something that was self-serving, it was tell a lie, I can’t remember exactly what it was. I think Jonathan Kent is the best dad perhaps ever depicted on television. And I don’t mean my work, I just mean the man I was fortunate enough to play. He was a great father, and I don’t think the one in Man of Steel was a great father. He had some flaws that don’t belong in a comic book. I really had wished that had been me.”
The scene could be the one where Costner’s Kent told Clark to not save the kids in the school bus, since that would reveal his powers.
You can hear Schneider talk about it at the 5-minute mark.