millarworld.tv Comics Creators

DC Television Thread


#2747

For @davidm


#2748

I almost mentioned " I know this does not mean you, David" Looks like I should have


#2749

I just wanted an excuse to show off that I have an Interlac font :wink:


#2750

#2751

Be…boring?


#2752

Apparently, Forbes has never heard of spoiler warnings.


#2753

Who Framed Oliver Queen? 4 ‘Arrow’ Villains to Keep an Eye On

http://www.buddytv.com/articles/arrow/who-framed-oliver-queen-4-arro-67463.aspx


#2754

Not saying, but the song Billy, Don’t Be A Hero has been playing.


#2755

#2756

https://uk.movies.yahoo.com/black-lightning-showrunner-salim-akil-says-show-isnt-anti-white-wants-static-lightningverse-exclusive-154633227.html


#2757

A new live-action series titled Metropolis will show us the lives of Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane and evil mastermind Lex Luthor prior to the Man of Steel’s arrival, Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment announced on Tuesday. The drama — which, like the superhero team-up Titans, will stream on the upcoming DC digital service — will go into production later this year on a 13-episode first season, with an eye on a 2019 premiere.

More prequel TV shows! Just what DC needs!


#2758

Wow. Awesome. Why they won’t just do a Superman show and be done with it, I don’t know. But between Smallville and the upcoming Krypton series I don’t think I need more Superman prequel TV shows. Granted, Lex, Lois, and Chloe (Lois-lite) were the only really good parts of Smallville.


#2759

Maybe before they introduced Lois. After that - superfluous at best.


#2760

Yeah, I mostly meant the first half of Smallville.


#2761

Ah gotcha.

That said, Lois and Clark’s whole dynamic was so good that it basically carried the second half of that show. Including the incredibly weak 4th, 8th, and 10th seasons.


#2762

Wow, I forgot that Lois showed up back in Season 4 of that show. But I mostly blocked all of that season from memory because it was trash.


#2763

Yes, yes it was.
But it gave us the golden scenes of Ma and Pa continually catching Lois and Clark in accidental innuendo moments.


#2764

#2765

The first time BL and his daughters were on TV:


#2766