DC Round-Up: The Calm Before Comic-Con, Part 3

There are tidbits on every superhero show.

In this edition of DC Round-Up, there are tidbits on every superhero show.


On his tumblr page, Arrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim nixed the possibility of Conner Hawke being on the show…

kidsflash asked:
will the show ever address conner hawke?

No.

According to Entertainment Weekly, however, certain Arrow characters would be impacted by Sara Lance’s return…

Any Sara Lance scoop for Arrow or Legends of Tomorrow? — Justin
Personally, I’m curious as to whether Sara is going to be pissed at Thea for, you know, killing her. “I would imagine it would be a hard image to shake, Thea’s face as she shoots three arrows into Sara’s chest,” Caity Lotz says. “Though when/if Sara learns that it was actually Malcolm Merlyn’s doing, I think she’d definitely have some feelings of revenge brewing in her stone cold assassin blood.”


According to FlashTVNews, The Flash has won three Saturn Awards…

For this year’s Awards, The Flash got Best Superhero Adaptation Television Series, and Wentworth Miller was honored with Best Guest Performance for his role as Leonard Snart/Captain Cold.

Even cooler: Grant Gustin got an award for Best Breakthrough Performance!

While doing press with Collider at the Saturn Awards, Grant Gustin dropped a hints about a new villain on The Flash and his participation in all three CW DCU shows.

TVLine got a bit more about new character dynamics…

Any Westallen scoop to help us survive The Flash‘s hiatus? –Kaz
As we all surmised when I wrote this not-at-all-controversial bit, Barry is getting his own “Felicity” because it’s simply too soon for Iris to move on from Eddie — especially since Season 2 picks up right where we left off, with The Flash fighting the wormhole. “[Eddie’s death] is definitely a factor, for sure,” Grant Gustin says. “Barry wants to be there for Iris as her best friend right now. And for Barry, too. It’s too soon for everybody. Some tragic events just took place!” Interestingly, exec producer Geoff Johns added that the aforementioned (and yet-to-be-cast) CCPD noob Wendy Miller won’t be the only one shaking up the status quo when the CW hit returns. “There are a lot of new characters coming in, not just the ones that have been leaked online,” he teased. “And they all will challenge relationships, in good and bad ways.”

 

Furthermore, ComicBook.Com snapped a picture of the script title page for The Flash’s second season premiere, which will apparently be called “The Man Who Saved Central City.”

Finally, here’s a look at The Flash Comic-Con bag provided by Warner Brothers.


KsiteTV has posted the official synopsis for CW Seed’s Vixen web series, courtesy of the Comic-Con schedule…

Originally from Africa, Mari McCabe’s parents were killed by local greed, corruption, and wanton violence. But the orphaned Mari refuses to succumb to the terrors surrounding her. Inheriting her family’s Tantu Totem, Mari can access the powers of animals-anything from the super-strength of a gorilla to the speed of a cheetah. As Vixen, she fights valiantly to protect the world from threats like those that claimed her family. This six-episode series debuting on CW Seed this fall, featuring the voices of Stephen Amell (Arrow), Grant Gustin (The Flash), Emily Bett Rickards (Arrow), and Carlos Valdes (The Flash). It follows Mari’s path as she first learns to embrace her incredible abilities and discovers the source of the mysterious Tantu Totem’s power.


There’s a new Supergirl trailer for Canada’s Global Television Network.

Entertainment Weekly has a look at the Supergirl Comic-Con bag Warner Brothers is offering.


Comic Book Resources has the official season 2 synopsis of Gotham

The stakes are higher than ever as Gotham explores the origin stories of some of the most ambitious and depraved Super Villains, including The Riddler, The Joker and Mr. Freeze, and Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) uncovers more secrets from his father’s past, in the Season Two debut on Monday, Sept. 21 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT).

Further, TVLine has learned that Jessica Lucas, who recently wrapped a run on Fox’s Gracepoint, has landed the Season 2 role of Tabitha Galavan aka Tigress. On the DC Comics-based drama, Tabitha is the lead enforcer for her brother Theo, a billionaire industrialist hell-bent on taking over Gotham (and to be played by go-to bad guy James Frain). Described as sexy and violent — and toting a bullwhip! — she’s the opposite of her cold and calculating brother, deriving a sensual pleasure from the mayhem she’s tasked with making.

Finally, Gotham’s own Bruce Wayne, David Mazouz told Monkeys Fighting Robots that his character would start to build up his “dual personality” in the coming season.

Raissa Devereux became a life-long genre fan at the age of four when she first saw The Wizard of Oz at a screening at Arizona State University. Years later, she graduated from A.S.U. as an English major, History minor, Whovian, and Trekkie. Now a Florida transplant, she loves the opportunity Sci-Fi Pulse has given her to further explore space travel, time travel, masked heroes, gothic castles, and good yarns.

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