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Touting the tagline "It's go time," the new poster for "The Flash" features Grant Gustin's Barry Allen in his new, brighter costume.
Grant Gustin talks "Flash's" mind-blowing new season; Chiwetel Ejiofor is ready to work with Cumberbatch and Swinton and more.
The new promo for The CW series' sophomore season also offers a glimpse of... the Flash signal?
An unverified set visit claims Blob will appear in the next X-film; Grant Gustin won the award for Choice TV Breakout Star and more.
The John Wesley Shipp-starring CBS series is available to watch, in its entirety, via the online channel CW Seed.
"Deadpool's" trailer will debut during Ryan Reynolds' "Conan" appearance; Grant Gustin poses for a pic in his new uniform and more.
The star discusses how he grew along with his character, Barry Allen, over the course of the superhero drama's freshman season.
"The Flash" will return this fall with a modified costume, and here's the first official look at Grant Gustin inside the new outfit.
Grant Gustin, Andrew Kreisberg and more talk about new supervillains, unfolding the Multiverse and Eddie Thawne's possible return.
Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Panabaker and Candice Patton learned about Jay Garrick's season two appearance and responded appropriately.
Grant Gustin and Geoff Johns discuss what's to come in "Flash's" sophomore season; Jon Bernthal picks up more Punisher comics and more.
"Apocalypse's" hair designer teases Oliva Munn's "X-Men" makeover; Captain America and Crossbones duke it out on video and more.
The past, present and future collide in a season-ending cliffhanger marked by sacrifice and tantalizing new possibilities.
Ahead of tonight's season finale Grant Gustin says the CW series will introduce Earth-One and Earth-Two "in the near future."
Leaked art reportedly from "Baman V Superman" shows off Batman's armored look; Chris Pratt hints at non-"Guardians" roles and more.
Grant Gustin reveals that characters like Captain Cold and Heat Wave will be "on three TV shows at one time."
In a new clip from "Fast Enough," the season finale of "The Flash," Barry finally learns why the Reverse Flash killed his mother.
The CW show has been a runaway hit and has helped create a whole new DC Comics TV universe, and its star knows exactly who's responsible.
The debut trailer for "Legends of Tomorrow" offers a first look at Hawkgirl, White Canary, Rip Hunter and more in action.
The season finale brings the Ra's Al Ghul storyline to a rather anticlimactic end while setting up some intriguing possibilities for next fall.
The CW has released images from next week's season finale of "The Flash," titled "Fast Enough" and guest starring Robbie Amell and Victor Garber.
A team of Rogues teaches Barry Allen a harsh lesson while a team of heroes takes on the Reverse-Flash in what may be the finest hour of superhero TV this year.
Barry Allen asks Leonard Snart, AKA Captain Cold for help transporting some very dangerous cargo in tonight's all-new episode, "Rogue Air."
A handful of new photos from "Arrow's" season three finale, "My Name is Oliver Queen," features guest stars, a daring rescue and a final showdown.
In "Grodd Lives," "The Flash" finally unleashes the terrifying ape that's been lurking in the shadows since the first episode. And it's amazing.
The deleted scene, which was cut from "Grodd Lives," shows Barry and Caitlin bringing takeout to the prisoners in the Pipeline.
The Flash, Arrow, Black Canary and more battle the Reverse Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Malcolm Merlyn and the Rogues in a new "Fight Club"-style poster.
Grodd makes a violent entrance in an all-new "Grodd Lives" teaser, the upcoming episode of "The Flash."
Team Flash discovers the truth about the Reverse-Flash, but Harrison Wells still has a few cards left to play.
Gorilla Grodd is set to finally be fully unleashed next week on "The Flash" -- and CBR has exclusive images from the episode.
Having uncovered the truth about the Reverse Flash, Barry and his friends must face their most dangerous foe as "The Flash's" first season comes to an end.
A new threat who can be literally anyone makes Barry Allen look all sorts of stupid while the mystery of the Reverse Flash takes Detective West and Cisco to Starling City.
In "Who Is Harrison Wells?," Team Flash gears up to investigate Harrison Wells, but one of them isn't very happy about it.
It doesn't get much more Silver Age than this, as the Atom joins The Flash to face a decidedly retro foe.
The promo, which features characters like Arrow, the Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Captain Cold and more, pits superheroes against supervillains in arena-style matches.
As "The Flash" hurtles towards it season finale, the Reverse Flash's plan comes into focus and the Atom joins Team Flash in a new trailer from WonderCon.
An episode packed with revelations sees two Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry's secret shared with two more people.
"Arrow" regulars Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) arrive in Central City in April 14's episode of "The Flash."
Barry Allen's time jump changes the paths of several characters, leading to a new arrangement with the returning Captain Cold.
In this clip from "Rogue Time," Lisa Snart arrives with some deadly technology of her own.