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Jason O'Mara, Stuart Allan & Sean Maher discuss working on the sequel to "Son of Batman" and the challenges of vocally acting out fight scenes.
The cast and creative team behind the upcoming "Batman vs. Robin" talk the latest DC Comics-based animated feature Friday at WonderCon.
Following its world premiere, the voice cast, director and producers behind DC Comics animated feature "Son of Batman" meet the WonderCon fans.
The latest clip from direct-to-video DC animated feature "Son of Batman," premiering later this month in Anaheim, features Batman and Killer Croc.
The CW has released a new set of photos from the upcoming "Suicide Squad" episode of "Arrow," featuring Diggle, Amanda Waller, Deadshot and more.
The Suicide Squad arrives on "Arrow" on March 19 and CBR has the exclusive first look at two photos showcasing the full team.
Sean Maher discusses putting a fresh spin on a DC Comics villain and joining the DCU, both on "Arrow" and as Dick Grayson for an unnamed animated project.
The CW has released an extended promo spot for next week’s midseason premiere of "Arrow," which introduces Firefly alum Sean Maher as Shrapnel.
Sean Maher, best known as Simon Tam on "Firefly," is set to play DC Comics villain Shrapnel on The CW's "Arrow" later this season.
Although Nathan Fillion wasn't able to appear at WonderCon as originally planned, the "Much Ado About Nothing" panel was a crowd-pleaser with fan-favorites Joss Whedon, Clark Gregg and Sean Maher in attendance.
Nathan Fillion, Jewel Staite and Sean Maher met a packed auditorium at NYCC to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Joss Whedon's space Western "Firefly," promote the Science Channel reunion - and hint at the show's future.
In one of the most anticipated panels of CCI, thousands of "Firefly" fans celebrated the 10th anniversary of the beloved series with Joss Whedon and stars Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau, Alan Tudyk and Sean Maher.
Shot in black and white over 12 days, Joss Whedon’s adaptation of "Much Ado About Nothing" stars such familiar players as Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Clark Gregg, Nathan Fillion, Sean Maher and Fran Kranz.