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Warner Bros Television and TV Guide Team Up For Four Collectible Comic-Con Covers

For the sixth year in a row, Warner Bros Television is teaming up with TV Guide to produce a DC TV themed special edition of the magazine in honor of San Diego Comic Con. DC's properties are currently owning the superhero fight on network television (get it together Agents of SHIELD), and while there's no Legends of Tomorrow cover of the magazine, here's four shows you should be watching.

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In a move likely to blow up faster than Ronnie and Dr. Stein (sorry), the CW is apparently working on a new spinoff series featuring fan-favorite characters from Arrow and The Flash.  According to Deadline, the new series will star Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold, Victor Garber as Dr. Stein, Brandon Routh as the Atom, and Caity Lotz, who played the first Black Canary.  Given her character's fate, it's unclear who Lotz will be portraying.  The show will also supposedly feature three major DC characters who have not yet appeared in a TV series and is expected to premeire as early as next midseason.  

Would you be interested in watching this Flash/Arrow spinoff?

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Super Hero Counterparts: Marvel Vs. DC

Marvel vs. DC, which is better? This long standing argument between the fanbases of the two comic publishers will rage on into eternity. 

For now, let's just agree that these artistic renditions, comparing each hero to their counterpart, by the talented Darren Rawlings are both incredible and adorable. 

We hope these make your day, because they certainly made ours. 

 

 

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Apparently, CW's Arrow isn't quite as bad as everyone feared. You can watch the pilot and decide for yourself. Maybe someday he'll grow a proper beard.

But that's old news. Tonight's top Arrow story is our first look at Torchwood and Doctor Who's John Barrowman in a yet-unnamed role, and DC favorite Deathstroke (played by Jeffrey Robinson).