For TV fans, there's no better time than the debut of the new season of shows, but which ones are we actually looking forward to?
DC has arguably enjoyed more success on TV than on the big screen, but which characters are bound for the movies and which ones belong to the CW?
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, was the Elongated Man and his wife, Sue, really based on Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore?
This fall, get ready for the return of the Arrowverse by thinking about these burning questions that we need answers to!
In their latest spotlight on comics showing up in outside media, CSBG shows how the Flash was a turning point in the film, Catch Me If You Can.
In a new series looking ways that superheroes have revealed their secret identities, CSBG sees how Iris learned Barry's secret in the Flash comics!
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, learn the solution to the mystery of what made Wally West hate time traveling.
The new forces are running wild in Central City, and a classic Flash Rogue has leveled up in a major way thanks to the Strength Force.
An A-List hero's love interest remembers a marriage that no longer exists, a memory that could have major consequences for the entire DC Universe.
The Speed Force is the power source for the Flash and other DC speedsters. And yet, it remains infinitely mysterious. CBR clears a few things up!
DC has had many stuttering starts in the last 10 years, but they've still been able to create some of the decade's most memorable characters!
Bart Allen may not be the first name that comes to mind when thinking of The Flash, so we're revealing some crazy facts about the fastest Allen alive!
Smallville might seem outdated by today's TV standards, but it definitely influenced today's Arrowverse in ways it never gets proper credit for!
DC's superhero shows are filled with obscure references. Let us fill you in on some of the hardest ones to find!
In their latest spotlight on bizarrely awesome comic books, CSBG looks at the time that the Flash hid inside his own costume ring!
CBR looks at all the ways Barry's completely selfish act both improved and ruined the future of the DC Universe forever!
Gorilla Grodd uses another villain and Barry Allen himself to harness the power of the Still Force and unlock the hidden forces of the universe.
There comes a time when a new character must take the mantle of a famous superhero. Sometimes it works well and other times it falls flat.