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WB TV Announces Comic-Con Schedule: Supergirl, Arrow, Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow & More


Warner Bros. has released their TV schedule for Comic-Con which includes their DC slate of shows, Supergirl, Lucifer, Teen Titans Go!, Arrow, The Flash, Gotham, Vixen and Legends Of Tomorrow, as well as Vampire Diaries, Supernatural and more.

Comic-Con runs July 8-12 in San Diego.


Wednesday, July 8

“Supergirl”: Comic-Con goers will officially get to see “Supergirl” before it premieres on CBS on Oct. 26 at 8:30PM. The series follows the earth life of Kara who was born on the doomed planet of Krypton, and escaped at the same time as the infant Kal-El aka Superman. She’s 24, living in National City and has a calling to defend the earth in between her day job as an assistant for Catco Worldwide Media.

“Blindspot”: Berlanti Productions’ one hour thriller “Blindspot” premieres on NBC this fall and it follows Sullivan Stapleton as hardened FBI agent Kurt Weller who is thrust into a complex conspiracy when a naked amnesiac Jane Doe (Jaimie Alexander) turns up in Times Square covered in a treasure map of tattoos.

“Containment” is a new series on the CW which follows Atlanta citizens fighting against a mysterious epidemic.

“Lucifer,” which will debut on Fox in 2016, centers around the Lord of Hell who is currently living an earthly life in Los Angeles as the owner of a piano bar. Lucifer attracts the attention of LAPD homicide detective Chloe Dancer during a pop star’s murder. He must also contend with God’s emissary, the angel Amenadiel who is trying to push him back to Hell.

WBTVG will also be airing a new episode of “Teen Titans Go!”


Friday, July 10

“The Big Bang Theory” writers will be gathering for their annual panel to celebrate the ninth season which airs Sept. 21, Mondays 8/7c on CBS. As is custom, there’s always a surprise guest from the show.

“Lucifer”: The “Lucifer” panel will offer a screening of the pilot episode followed by Q&A with series stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt and DB Woodside and executive producers.

Adult Swim’s “Mike Tyson Mysteries” panel will feature the return of Mike Tyson to Comic-Con along with voice cast Rachel Ramras, and producer Hugh Davidson (“The Looney Tunes Show”) for a first look at the upcoming fall season and a Q&A discussion.

“The 100,” which airs midseason on the CW, will bring together the show’s stars and EP Jason Rothenberg. It’s their third time at the Con.

Animated series “Teen Titans Go!” panel will be comprised of producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath and the voice cast coupled wiht a brand new episode.

CW Network’s “The Originals” panel includes EPs Julie Plec and Michael Narducci along with series stars Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Leah Pipes, Danielle Campbell and Charles Michael Davis with a special video presentation followed by a Q&A.

Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright’s CW series about a crime-fighting zombie gal, “iZombie,” returns to Comic-Con for its second time along with stars Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli, Robert Buckley and David Anders.


Saturday, July 11

“Blindspot” panel will include a screening of the pilot followed by a chat with star Jaimie Alexander and EPs Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Martin Gero.

“Person of Interest,” which airs midseason on CBS, is always a Comic-Con standard. EPs Jonathan Nolan, Greg Plageman and Denise Thé will discuss the show with stars Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Kevin Chapman and Amy Acker along with video presentation.

“Containment Containment‘s” debut presentation at the Con includes a screening of the pilot followed by Q&A with series stars David Gyasi, Christina Moses, Chris Wood, Claudia Black and Kristen Gutoskie, along with executive producers Julie Plec,Matt Corman and Chris Ord.

Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment Present: Super Hero Saturday Night. Pilot screening of “Supergirl” followed by cast and EP Q&A, a vid presentation of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” and “Vixen.” Also special video presentations and Q&As with stars and producers from “Arrow,” “The Flash” and “Gotham.” The Batman origin shows EP Bruno Heller will be in attendance.


Sunday, July 12

“The Vampires Diaries,” which airs on Thursdays on CW, will make its seventh appearance at Comic-Con with series stars Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Kat Graham, Candice Accola and Michael Malarkey will join EPs Julie Plec and Caroline Dries on stage for a video screening and Q&A session.

“Supernatural‘s panel includes stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Mark A. Sheppard, along with EP Jeremy Carver. They will also show off an exclusive video presentation with series highlights, as well as the special features on the upcoming Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season DVD and Blu-ray hitting store shelves on September 8.

“Childrens Hospital”: Adult Swim’s bawdy, absurdist series “Childrens Hospital” will be hitting Comic-Con for the sixth year with creator and star Rob Corddry and EP David Wain along with cast.


Stephen Amell Voices Support For Constantine; Offers To Guest Star


While NBC has failed Constantine, Arrow star Stephen Amell is attempting to save the day as the popular actor has taken to his social networks to voice support for the recently cancelled series.

Earlier saw NBC announce they will not order a Season 2 for Constantine, which led to showrunner Daniel Cerone taking to Twitter to offer he is shopping the series to other networks with the hope of Constantine landing on the CW.

Now Amell has joined in on the mix by tweeting:

#SaveConstantine — Hey TV Networks / Netflix and the like… If you pick up the show, I’ll guest star. Can’t wait.

Constantine & Queen want to get shit done. Let’s make it happen. #Constantine

Which was followed by Constantine star Matt Ryan’s reply:

man, it would be a real pleasure to explore these Guys dynamic #Constantine #SaveConstantine

The CW is the current home of Arrow, The Flash, iZombie and the upcoming spinoff DC’s Legends Of Tomorrrow.

Supernatural‘s Mark Sheppard also tweeted his support.

Check it out:


CW Season Finale Air Dates For The Flash, Arrow & More


The CW sent out information on the air dates for the season finales of Arrow, The Flash, Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, Reign, Jane the Virgin and The Originals.

Here is  list:

May 11, 8pm – “The Originals”

May 11, 9pm – “Jane the Virgin”

May 13, 8pm – “Arrow”

May 14, 8pm – “The Vampire Diaries”

May 14, 9pm – “Reign”

May 19, 8pm – “The Flash”

May 20, 9pm – “Supernatural”


Supernatural Season 10 Deanmon Rises Trailer

The CW has debuted a new trailer for Season 10 of Supernatural with “Deanmon Rises.”

Supernatural returns Tuesday, October 7th at 9pm ET.


Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have spent the last eight years battling the things that go bump in the night. Over the years, and occasionally alongside the fallen angel Castiel (Misha Collins), and the King of Hell, Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard), the Winchesters have straddled the line between good and evil.


Supernatural Season 10 Poster

The CW released a new poster for Season 10 of Supernatural.

Supernatural returns Tuesday, October 7th at 9pm ET.



The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester Brothers continues with the ninth season of “Supernatural” on The CW. 

The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers continues as SUPERNATURAL enters its ninth season. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have spent their lives on the road, battling every kind of supernatural threat. Over the years, after dozens of bloody adventures, they have faced everything from the yellow-eyed demon that killed their mother to vampires, ghosts, shapeshifters, angels and fallen gods. They even came face to face with Lucifer and the Four Horsemen in averting the Apocalypse. With the help of allies — both human and supernatural — they’ve discovered that every threat they vanquish opens a new door for evil to enter in. In the show’s eighth season, their supernatural hunting expedition led them directly into an age-old power struggle involving the King of Hell, legions of warrior angels and a series of divine trials to prove themselves worthy of sealing the Gates of Hell forever. With the help of their protector, the fallen angel Castiel (Misha Collins), Sam and Dean’s lifelong quest to rid the world of evil will take everything they’ve got. As dawn arrives after their endless struggle and sacrifice to defeat the world’s monsters, they know that, come nightfall, something otherworldly — something supernatural — will claw its way out of the shadows, demanding their attention.


Supernatural Season 9 “First Born” Preview (Episode 11)

Check out a preview for Supernatural, “First Born.”

Supernatural airs Tuesdays at 9pm ET on the CW.

Episode synopsis:

TIM OMUNDSON (“PSYCH”) GUEST STARS AS CAIN — Looking to reclaim his place as King of Hell, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) asks Dean (Jensen Ackles) for help finding “The First Blade,” the only blade that can kill Abbadon (guest star Alaina Huffman). Knowing he owes Crowley a favor for helping Sam (Jared Padalecki), and also wanting Abaddon dead himself, Dean reluctantly agrees and the two set off on a road trip. However, Dean and Crowley are completely unprepared when they find out who has the blade — Cain (guest star Omundson), the first son. Meanwhile, Sam is back at the bunker with Castiel (Misha Collins) who notices there is some leftover grace inside Sam. If they can extract it, they can use the grace to track Gadreel. The only problem is the procedure may do permanent damage to Sam. John Badham directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson.


Supernatural Season 9 Sneak Peek Video

The CW has released a lengthy sneak peek at Season 9 of Supernatural.

Series Synopsis:

Twenty-seven years ago, Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father John (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, “Watchmen”) raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America — and he taught them how to kill it. 

Supernatural returns October 8th — on a new night, Tuesdays at 9/8c on The CW.



CW’s Supernatural Comic-Con Teaser Trailer Now Online

Below you can check out the Supernatural Comic-Con teaser trailer released by the CW.

The Winchesters arrived in San Diego with a fallen angel friend, the King of Hell and a quirky hacker/hunter in tow. Returning to Hall H and thunderous applause, Supernatural’s Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Mark A. Sheppard and surprise guest Felicia Day joined executive producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer to discuss season nine.

Check out the supercharged series highlight reel filled with falling angels, fraternal moments, hidden bunkers and a whole lot of beheadings!

Supernatural returns on October 8th — on a new night, Tuesdays at 9/8c on The CW.


Your Alternative Comics Beat For May 3rd, 2013: Ten Grand

Alt Beat With Kenneth Porter


The Story

Joe Fitzgerald will take on any job for $10,000. As a former mob enforcer he’s seen his share of the ugliness of the world and is no stranger to the weird or supernatural. But when a young girl brings him a new job and a suspicious photograph, Joe agrees to take the job for free for “personal reasons.” In a case steeped in demonology and the unknown, Joe must find the missing girl and finish a job he swore an oath to complete – avenging and seeing his dead wife Laura again.


Ten Grand is a mixture of crime noir, the supernatural, and the underworld (two meanings here) that delivers for fans of the genres. J. Michael Straczynski and Ben Templesmith work together to give a mood that feels like a split between Hellblazer and old pulp detective novels.

Straczynski’s Writing


Joe is one of those characters that you want to follow around instantly. Straczynski knows his way around a comic book page and his character building with Mr. Fitzgerald really shows it. We get inside glimpses of how Joe things, what motivates him, and the types of places he frequents.

There’s a particular scene with an offer for a sexual act that really shows what kind of a man Joe is, but I won’t spoil the outcome for you. It’s something that you just have to read in order to do the little mental fist pump that comes with that kind of a character moment.

Templesmith’s Art


The artwork really sets the mood for this supernatural tale. It’s grim, rough, and has that earthy feel that makes you believe that it’s a true mixture between noir and demonic stories. Joe and his world are brought to life by Templesmith’s style, and the character’s rough edges come through the panels with each expression and action he takes on the page.

What Pops in “Ten Grand”

What really works in Ten Grand is the matter-of-fact way that the magic and supernatural elements are dealt with. Many urban fantasy or magic titles will try to make elements too grandiose at the start or push that “things are not what they seem” onto the reader. Joe’s level and knowledge of magic and the afterlife is street smart and patchwork, which fits the gritty artwork and the character’s voice.


There’s a great moment with the internet that shows just how integrated the other world is with ours, but again, I want you to read it for yourself to see.

Give It a Try

This isn’t a groundbreaking new concept, but it is an example of how to do a cross-genre story well. The characters are engaging, the stakes are high, and each page leaves you wanting more. This is the kind of comic I reach for when I go for the stands, so it might have really been written directly to my type of audience, but this is an opinion column after all. My opinion? Go find the first issue in print or digitally and soak it up until the next issue drops!


Review: Revival #1

Revival is the story of a small town in rural Wisconsin where, one day a year, the dead are brought back to life. Officer Cypress is a cop that’s in way over her head as a brutal murder sends the already crazy town into pure insanity.

The resurgence of horror and supernatural comics these past few years has really brought readers new and original stories. On the heels of series like Severed and Rebel Blood, Revival takes a twist on the undead genre with the feeling of a dense mystery novel. After only one issue an entire world of media and mystical frenzy is built around a small community trying to deal with a supernatural problem.

Tim Seeley and Mike Norton have written and drawn an opening story as tight as a pilot for a new one-hour drama TV series. Seeley’s story pacing sets a very good flow, and Norton’s art lays out the narrative in a very dynamic way.

On the whole this series gets a recommendation because it’s trying to do something different. It’s become a trend to try to mimic The Walking Dead model of comic book stories, and though Robert Kirkman does it well, many others don’t. Seeley and Norton are carving their own path and it’s well worth the time to give a try. That is if you like supernatural horror mysteries.


Review: Green Wake #10

This is sadly the last issue of Green Wake as the creative team is moving on to different projects. But don’t let that put you off from checking out this issue or this series. The story comes to a conclusion, but in no way is it rushed or forced upon readers. It ends naturally and with all of the precision of a TV show finale. What was originally supposed to be a five issue mini-series blossomed into twice that many issues, and I’m glad that we got all of that extra content.

In this final issue we see Morely Mack final discover the strange secrets behind the town of Green Wake and we’re given a glimpse at some horrifying supernatural elements. All of this story reminds me of a much more magical version of Silent Hill, where fantasy and horror blend together into a fine liquid mesh. Mack’s ending isn’t the showiest in all of comic book storytelling, but it definitely resonates and gives us a sense of closure at the end of the title.

The artwork in this issue was truly something fun to behold. It had a very distinct and scratchy style that added to the beauty of simple panels and the terror of the more gruesome ones. I really enjoyed all of the scenes that were set near and in water, and the creature designs were out of this world.

It’s sad to see a great Image series end, but it ended well. When the whole series is collected it’ll be a must buy for anyone who loves the supernatural or horror comic book genre. It might have ended a little sooner than planned, but it still went out with a bang.