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I'm wondering does anyone else watch this? I've been an avid comic fan for years and years, the Emerald Archer has always had a soft spot in my heart, I was a bit worried when this was initially announced, it gave me vibes that it could end up being as god-awful The Cape, I just didn't think a mainstream DC character could translate well to weekly television. Obviously we're in season 2 now and literally all my fears drowned away early on in season 1, season 2 has been downright phenomenal. Last weeks episode was obviously titled "Suicide Squad", which if you're familiar with DC, may sound familiar to you, along with a BIG cameo/easter egg appearance from one Clown Prince of crime's girlfriend, another well established member of the Suicide Squad. I believe Arrow has been doing a consistent job at adapting some big DC characters to the silver screen, this second season has been revealing more and more characters that are hinting at a much larger connected world, lots of different story threads going that I am familiar with, and yet I can't wait to actually see play out on TV. Arrow has been doing so well they even got to introduce Barry Allen, aka The Flash recently, who is now getting his own pilot and series that is set to air back to back with Arrow, making a two hour block of weekly DC goodnes.
SUPERMAN: RED SON Digital: Feb 25, 2020 Physical: Mar 17, 2020 Superman: Red Son, the new animated movie from WBHE, based on the classic 2003 Elseworlds comic. The new film features the voice talents of Jason Isaacs as Kal-El, Amy Acker as Lois Lane, Diedrich Bader as Lex Luthor, Phil Morris as James Olsen, Phil LaMarr as John Stewart, Vanessa Marshall as Wonder Woman, Sasha Roiz as Hal Jordan, Roger Craig Smith as Batman, Paul Williams as Braniac and William Salyers as Joseph Stalin. Based on DC’s famed Elseworlds tale from 2003, Superman: Red Son takes place in an alternate reality where the spaceship bearing the last survivor of Krypton crash lands – not in rural Kansas, but in Stalinist Russia. Can this Cold War-era Earth survive the coming of a Soviet Superman?
Coming to Blu-ray and DVD on February 4, 2014 is Justice League: War, a retelling of the formation of DC Comics' famed superhero team based on Justice League Vol. 1: Origin by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee, from The New 52. The animated film features the voices of Alan Tudyk (Steve the Pirate in DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story, Shipwreck in The Ballad of G.I. Joe) as Superman, Jason O'Mara (Wesker in Resident Evil: Extinction, Sam Tyler in Life on Mars) as Batman, Justin Kirk (Andy in Weeds) as Green Lantern, Michelle Monaghan (Julia in Mission: Impossible III and Ghost Protocol) as Wonder Woman, Christopher Gorham (Henry in Ugly Betty) as The Flash, Shemar Moore (Derek in Criminal Minds) as Cyborg, Sean Astin (Samwise in The Lord of the Rings, Mikey in The Goonies) as Shazam, and Steven Blum (Marj in Macross Plus, Major Nexx in Macross II) as Darkseid.