In some very unsurprising news, THE FLASH received a full season pickup from The CW (courtesy of deadline). When you’re easily your network’s #1 rated show, that goes with the territory.
Another brand new week of superhero television means another brand new review episode of Superhero Movie Talk. Four new episodes aired last week so listen and see if GOTHAM, THE FLASH, MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., or ARROW took home the coveted Episode of the Week prize!
Arguably, last week was one of the biggest ever for superhero movie news. First came news that Marvel was planning to insert Iron Man into CAPTAIN AMERICA 3 to start CIVIL WAR. Then, Warner Bros. unveiled its full DC movie universe lineup through 2020. Now, we finally get to talk about all of this on Superhero Movie Talk, plus DAREDEVIL and DOCTOR STRANGE!
We’re almost at the peak of comic book live action television for this fall as shows are settling into their season and THE WALKING DEAD joins the fray this week.
The competition for the coveted Episode of the Week prize was lot tougher in the first near-full week of superhero television. GOTHAM and Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. have been joined by THE FLASH and a returning ARROW. Get your latest episode reviews right here on Superhero Movie Talk!
Sure, the concept art was cool, but Marvel has upped the ante with the first official look at Charlie Cox in costume as DAREDEVIL. As we saw in Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada’s artwork earlier today, this costume emphasizes the point of Marvel’s Netflix series starring street-level heroes. It’s not all about the superhero, though, as Marvel also released a photo of Cox in civilian clothes as Matt Murdock.
Marvel has delivered our first glimpse of DAREDEVIL via concept art by Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. While it doesn’t look all that “super,” this costume fits the “street-level heroes” description that’s been given for DAREDEVIL and Marvel’s other upcoming Netflix series- JESSICA JONES, LUKE CAGE, IRON FIST, and the team up series, THE DEFENDERS. Continue reading
While basking in the ongoing glow of the film’s box office success, Marvel is now expanding GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY to the small screen via an animated series on Disney XD. Marvel turned the long reported rumors into reality with an official announcement at New York Comic Con. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY will join the Marvel Universe programming block on Disney XD in 2015, but you can enjoy a teaser and, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, some artwork from the show now. Continue reading