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‘Naomi’ Canceled At The CW

Joining cancellations for ‘Batwoman’ and ‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,’ the series is not moving forward on The CW but is being shopped around.

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‘The Flash’ Ratings Falter: Loses 250k Viewers

Tuesday saw The Flash Season 8 debut with its “Armageddon” premiere episode, but ratings for the show weren’t as good as previous seasons’ first episodes. “Armageddon, Part 1” saw 740k viewers tune in which is down substantially from the Season 7 premiere of 1 million viewers (a drop of over 250k) and down even more

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Batwoman: Bridget Regan Cast As Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy is coming to Batwoman Season 3 as Bridget Regan has been cast as the character that has the ability to manipulate plant life. The official description offers: A former botany student at Gotham University, Pamala Isley “was a passionate, brilliant scientist with a mind for changing the world for the better. But her

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The Flash, Batwoman, Legends Get Fall Premiere Dates on The CW

The CW announces its Fall 2021 premiere date schedule which includes The Flash, Batwoman, and Legends of Tomorrow, and more. Worth a mention is that Supergirl and Black Lightning have been canceled and Season 2 of Superman & Lois won’t premiere until 2022. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 and Batwoman Season 3 will air

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‘Batwoman’ Reveals Batwing

The CW offers a first look at Camrus Johnson who plays Luke Fox as Batwing in the Batwoman series. Costume designer Maya Mani created the look. “Honestly, it’s hard to explain how much it means to me to wear the Batwing suit and officially play my first superhero,” said Johnson in a statement. “The main

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‘Superman & Lois’ Season 2 Coming In 2022

More bad news for Superman & Lois as it’s learned Season 2 won’t be airing until 2022, meaning the show will not be returning in the Fall along with The Flash, Batwoman, and Legends of Tomorrow. The CW announced its new Fall 2021 schedule (see below) with the mention Superman & Lois will be returning

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‘Legends Of Tomorrow’ Suffers Ratings Lows: The CW DC Collapsing

In what is quickly becoming the new norm at The CW, Legends of Tomorrow suffers ratings lows, which follows rating lows for Superman & Lois, The Flash, Batwoman, Supergirl, and Black Lightning. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returned with Season 6 on May 2 to the tune of only 440k viewers, while 720k tuned in for its Season

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No Green Lantern For David Ramsey

Leave it to The CW to disappoint us all as David Ramsey won’t be a Green Lantern when he returns for five episodes in Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, The Flash, Superman & Lois, and Supergirl. The last we saw of Ramsey’s Diggle was in the Arrow series finale when Diggle received a glowing green box

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The Flash, Supergirl, Batwoman Suffer Ratings Lows

The Flash, Supergirl, and Batwoman continue to put up dismal ratings for The CW all the while the much more popular Superman & Lois has been on hiatus. The news isn’t surprising as the quality of writing on The CW DC shows has been on the decline for a while now. The Flash ratings all-time

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‘Batwoman’ Ratings: All-Time Low With Woke Storyline

The Batwoman ratings once again fall to an all-time low with Sunday’s episode titled “Rule #1” which featured another woke storyline. Sunday’s preliminary numbers offer Batwoman was only watched by 440k viewers, a new series low, and had a 0.1 rating. Fans continue to turn off Batwoman in droves as the Season 2 premiere had

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‘Batwoman’ Brings Back Kate Kane But Not Ruby Rose

It’s learned The CW’s Batwoman has brought back the character of Kate Kane, not played by Ruby Rose, but a different actress with Wallis Day. Apparently, Sunday’s episode answered the question of “what happened to the real Batwoman?” as Ruby Rose departed the series last season, with Javicia Leslie donning the cape and cowl as

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Batwoman Ratings Tank: New All-Time Low

The Batwoman ratings continue to tank as Sunday’s latest episode is another all-time low for the series.  Following last week’s all-time low, which saw the final numbers much lower than the prelims, the Feb. 28 episode of Batwoman, Season 2 Episode 6, aptly titled “Do Not Resuscitate,” hit another all-time low as the episode only brought in

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‘Superman & Lois’ Ratings Sky High

The early numbers are in for Superman & Lois as the ratings are sky-high for both the 90-minute premiere episode and the 30-minute special that followed. According to the preliminary numbers, 1.708 million people tuned in for the premiere, with the episode scoring a 0.3 rating among the advertiser-coveted 18-49 crowd. The special saw the same

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‘Batwoman’ Ratings Worse Than Canceled ‘Supergirl’

The ratings for Batwoman are worse than the recently canceled Supergirl series on The CW. The numbers for Sunday’s episode of Batwoman are on par with last week’s numbers, which is the lowest ever for the series. The preliminary numbers show Sunday’s episode of Batwoman only brought in 507k viewers which is similar to last

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‘Batwoman’ Ratings Fall To All Time Low

Batwoman ratings fall to an all-time low as viewers tuned out and didn’t show up for Sunday’s new episode. While the final numbers are yet to come in, Sunday’s Batwoman Season 2 Episode 4 only brought in 507K viewers according to the preliminary numbers, the lowest for the series to date (see the list below). Worth

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Walker, Flash, Batwoman Get Early Renewals At The CW

The CW has announced early renewals for 12 of its shows including Walker, The Flash, Batwoman, and Legends of Tomorrow. In addition, The CW has also ordered additional episodes for both Walker and the upcoming Superman & Lois series. Full details below. Press Release THE CW GIVES EARLY RENEWALS TO 12 CURRENT SERIES FOR NEXT

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Batwoman Ratings Flat With No NFL

More bad news for Batwoman as the ratings and viewership were flat this past Sunday with no NFL games being played. Following last week’s episode which had the lowest amount of viewers in its two seasons, Batwoman Season 2 Episode 3 only managed around 700k viewers, which is at the low side of the number

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Batwoman Season 2 Has Lowest Viewers Ever

Things continue on the decline for The CW’s Batwoman show as Season 2 now has the lowest amount of viewers for an episode to date. Following the Batwoman Season 2 premiere dropping 80%, now episode two sheds another 40k viewers, as a series low of 620k viewers only tuned in this past Sunday. The previous

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Batwoman Season 2 Drops 80% In Ratings; Fails Completely

Batwoman Season 2 is not off to a good start and has failed completely as Javicia Leslie taking over has seen an 80% drop in viewers compared to the Ruby Rose first season.  Sunday night saw Batwoman Season 2 debut on The CW with a 0.1 rating, and only 663,000 viewers tuning in, while the Batwoman

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Batwoman Season 2: Black Mask Will Be A Villain

It’s learned that the Batman villain Black Mask will be a villain of Batwoman Season 2. Batwoman showrunner Caroline Dries confirmed the use of the villain, which will act as a second villain used in the series. “We have a couple big bads this season,” Dries told EW. “One, [who] we teed up midway through

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COVER SHOOT: The Top 5 Comic Book Covers For June 19th

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By: Chris “DOC” Bushley


This weekly feature will take a look at the most visually compelling covers on the market today. Whether they be variant editions or standard ones, these are the top 5 covers that stand out amongst the bevy of books that are released each week. They say, “A picture is worth a thousand words,” these covers are worth more than that! No matter the storylines found behind them, these covers draw you to at least check them out, which can be worth exponentially more than just words to the companies that publish them! Enjoy!



1. Batwoman #21 (DC): Although the black and white version of this cover is stunning, the simple swath of crimson bleeding across makes this one that much more compelling. J.H. Williams III has always pushed the envelope with his use of dead space but the use of the diagonal layout helps make it more pronounced and tricks the eye into believing Batwoman is falling faster than she should be for Killer Croc!



2. Miniature Jesus #3 (Image): Ted McKeever makes a truly artistic cover, devoid of color but rattling the senses with everything else. The pristine line work and stellar background makes the image project off the page, but it is the composition of the beasts tearing through that conveys the emotion of the entire book and tells the tale of Chomsky in a single, terrible image.



3. It Girl & the Atomics #11 (Image): Michael Allred is a pop icon that brings fresh and exciting ideas into everything he touches. This gloriously colorful, retro style cover by Michael and Laura Allred, cannot help but draw attention to itself on the rack. The simple layout with stunning background will literally “pop” no matter what book resides next to it!



4. Age of Ultron #10 -Variant Edition- (Marvel): Okay, so this is the “big” finale to Marvel’s less than mediocre crossover, but I won’t be buying it for Angela’s first Marvel appearance. I will, however, be thoroughly impressed by this variant cover. Bleak and monstrous, it exudes the overall feeling of dread that the future holds, all the while drawing your eye to the single, luminous figure that stands beneath it all. It is a startlingly intricate picture that comes across as simplistic, yet stunning. 



5. Supergirl #21 (DC): Mahmud Asrar makes an explosive cover that will surely make any books around it on the rack tremble in fear. With a stylishly designed background, this cover conveys only one message — Supergirl is pissed and someone’s going to pay! The foreground melds perfectly with the burning red background symbol, making the entire cover breed rage before you even look at Supergirl’s facial expression. Absolutely perfect!

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Review: Batwoman #1

Batwoman #1 is another volume of “The New 52” that is clearly less of a reset and more of a business-as-usual day in the complex life of Kate Kane, the Batwoman who conceals her pale complexion and fire engine red hair with a costume that reveals her pale complexion and highlights her red hair even

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