There are plenty of characters who derived their powers from radiation, but what about those whose powers are based on it?
There's fire and ice and then theres molecular manipulation. CBR counts down some of the coolest elemental superheroes of all time!
The show mostly gets the world of Jonah Hex right in its second episode featuring the grizzled Western bounty hunter
A trip to 1600 Pennsylvania manages to pull off comedy, heart, intrigue, and even a little bit of sadness
"Legends of Tomorrow" may not be the best show in the Arrowverse, but if it keeps up this pace it may be the most fun.
The Atom, Firestorm and White Canary have popped up on the Hot Topic website, but can fans expect more in the first wave?
New heroes, new conflicts, and one hell of a fight save the show from its increasingly nonsensical time-travel logic in the Season One finale.
On tonight's "Legends of Tomorrow" season ender, Firestorm displayed new abilities that fans know from the comics.
The momentum comes to a halt with a flashback-heavy episode, along with the reversal of the Legends' most significant move so far.
A simple story about an assassin killing the younger versions of the Legends gets bogged down by too much attempted melodrama,
"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" Recap: A Faithful Jonah Hex Contends With Western Goofiness On "The Magnificent Eight"
Johnathon Schaech's makes a suitably intense Jonah Hex, but clashes with the Western campiness on a tonally uneven episode
Firestorm co-creator Gerry Conway tells CBR why he loves telling stories with the Nuclear Man and teases a future showdown with Killer Frost.
"DC's Legends of Tomorrow" Recap: "Marooned" Makes Up For Unnecessary Flashbacks With Late-In-the-Game Tension
Thanks to tension that eventually explodes, what's otherwise a filler-laden, villain-of-the-week episode becomes important in its final moments
Actor Robbie Amell discusses the possibility of an "X-Files" spinoff and his one wish for "The Flash's" Firestorm and his fiery future.
Funko's new wave of DC Comics Pop! vinyl figures will feature Power Girl, Supergirl, Cyborg, Firestorm and Black Manta.
While trying to break out of the Soviet gulag from last week, the Legends find themselves valuing compassion over strategy
Vandal Savage shares the lessons he learned from Joseph Stalin while intimidating Professor Martin Stein in a new clip from tonight's episode.
A solid, if slow-moving, episode gives two of the series' best actors a chance to light up a Soviet night--one with charm, the other with gravitas
Robbie Amell tells CBR about his personal crisis on multiple Earths and Deathstorm's connections to Killer Frost, Zoom and Cisco's Earth-2 counterpart.