Gotham SDCC 2016 Interviews: 5 Things We Learned About Season 3

Following an intense sophomore season of Gotham that delved into the rise of the villains, its third season will flip the switch and examine what befalls our heroes. With the introduction of the Court of Owls and the tease of…

Powerless SDCC 2016 Interviews: 5 Things We Learned About DC’s First Comedy

There is no denying that superheroes have taken over television and film in the past few years, and they show no sign of slowing down any time soon. Television has been especially grateful giving us some really “super” shows, including…

Powerless SDCC 2016 Interviews: 5 Things We Learned About DC's First Comedy

There is no denying that superheroes have taken over television and film in the past few years, and they show no sign of slowing down any time soon. Television has been especially grateful giving us some really “super” shows, including…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Franz Drameh

Legends of Tomorrow has a distinct feel that differentiates it from its counterparts Arrow and The Flash. Of course the time travel element is significant, but it’s also the dynamic between this unlikely team that makes it uniquely compelling. One…

The Flash SDCC 2016 Interview: Tom Cavanagh

In two seasons of The Flash, Tom Cavanagh has played four different characters from Harrison Wells of Earth-2 to Reverse Flash to Eobard Thawne to the real Harrison Wells, albeit briefly. So despite his character(s) dying or stepping away from…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Victor Garber

When it comes to the many familiar faces in the superhero universe on the CW, Victor Garber is one of those names that sometimes leaves you feeling so blessed to have an actor of that caliber. Garber’s resume is impressive,…

The Flash SDCC 2016 Interview: Danielle Panabaker

Caitlin Snow’s romantic history on The Flash has been anything but comforting. She’s experienced heartbreak and trauma that likens even Barry Allen. Last season on The Flash, Caitlin was dragged through the emotional ringer at the hands of Zoom, who…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Caity Lotz

On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s first season, Sara Lance transitioned from the League of Assassins’ Canary to the White Canary, a hero that lives in the light. But following the death of her sister Laurel last season, Sara struggled with…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Christopher Larkin

Out of all the storylines we saw develop this past year on The 100, Monty Green’s has been the most anticipated and rewarding to watch. He was no longer a side kick to the rest our delinquents, but a man on…

The Flash SDCC 2016 Interview: Carlos Valdes

As The Flash heads into its third season, viewers are left wondering the implications that come as a result of Barry traveling back in time to save his mother in the season finale. Of course this jump-started the famous Flashpoint…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Henry Ian Cusick

Marcus Kane, played by Henry Ian Cusick, wasn’t an easy character to love in the beginning. He was initially portrayed as the antagonist who loved getting underneath Abby’s skin and wanted to stop our delinquents at every turn. Now we know…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim

Last season DC’s Legends of Tomorrow introduced us to a new kind of DC Comics show on The CW – one ripe with a mixture of heroes and villains that lived in the fun of the universe. But while it…

The Flash SDCC 2016 Interview: Keiynan Lonsdale

When Wally West was introduced last season on The Flash, the potential and possibility was already running through our minds as we anticipated how Wally’s journey would lead him to become his destined comic book counterpart Kid Flash. Granted we…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Lindsey Morgan

Lindsey Morgan has the ability to give us heart palpitations at her BAMF-ness while making us want to wrap her character Raven Reyes up in a blanket and protect her from all the danger/hurt on The CW’s The 100. #ProtectRavenReyes…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Brandon Routh

Brandon Routh is one of those people who always comes with a smile, and always seems to put a smile on our faces. “What can I tease?” he contemplated, when we asked him to talk about Ray’s season 2 journey,…

The Flash SDCC 2016 Interview: Tom Felton

Tom Felton is trading one passionate fan base for another when the Harry Potter alum transitions over to The CW’s The Flash in season three. And while he may be new to the fandom, that hasn’t hampered his excitement for…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Richard Harmon

Remember Murphy in the first season of The 100? You just wanted to smack the back of his head and tell him to knock it off and stop getting on everyone’s nerves. He was the antagonist and he did a…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Marie Avgeropoulos

Woman. Warrior. Lover. Sister. BAMF. Survivor. There aren’t enough words to describe Octavia Blake. We caught up with Marie Avgeropoulos, who plays one of the fiercest women on The 100, at San Diego Comic Con to talk about losing Lincoln and…

The 100 SDCC 2016 Interview: Jason Rothenberg

Each season of The 100 has dealt with a specific theme. Season 1 was our origin story, season 2 was Mount Weather, and season 3 was the A.I. story, and season 4 the Earth strikes back. We got a chance…

Supergirl SDCC 2016 Interview: David Harewood

At the start of Supergirl’s first season fans couldn’t have imagined the character that Hank Henshaw (aka J’Onn J’Onzz) would become. He went from assumed enemy to heroic savior as fans were introduced to the Martian Manhunter, who became like…

Wynonna Earp SDCC 2016 Interview: Beau Smith & Tim Rozon

We talked with Wynonna Earp creator Beau Smith and Tim Rozon, who plays Doc Holiday, at San Diego Comic Con about watching his comic come to life and playing an iconic character. Rozon was familiar with his character from the…