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First Look At Kid Flash From The Flash Season 3 Premiere

That’s the first official image of Lonsdale as Kid Flash ! For anyone out there who doesn’t know the character, Kid Flash is the youthful alias Wally initially adopted after being struck by lightning the same way that Barry Allen was. Kid Flash served as a sidekick to Allen’s Flash, as well as a founding member of the Teen Titans. While the show’s Wally bears a slightly different relationship to Barry than he has in the comics (where he’s the nephew of Iris West, and after their marriage, to Barry as well), Wally’s costume is awfully close to what we’ve seen on the page. In fact, it’s pretty much all there—the yellow and red, the lightning bolt, the exposed hair. You can look for Lonsdale to make his first appearance as Kid Flash in the Flash Season 3 premiere episode, “Flashpoint,” on October 4, 2016. Please Leave A Comment- Source- DC

Flash/Arrow Spinoff News: Hawkgirl to Join Hero Team-Up

We learn today who one of the three "mystery" heroes will be. Story by Matt Cummings Those new to the superhero-on-television trend might have forgotten the one that started it all: CW's Smallville , a mix of teenage melodrama in its first 8 seasons, and a fairly good superhero tale in its last two. During those final seasons, we were introduced to the mother of all superhero team-ups, The Justice Society of America, which featured Doctor Fate, elder versions of The Flash and The Green Lantern, and Michael Shanks as the nearly-immortal Hawkman. Hidden within the epic "Absolute Justice" was Hawkman's origin story, featuring the story of his dead love, Hawkgirl. Fast forward one disappointing series finale and two very successful - and frankly better - series in The Flash and Arrow , and we've arrived at a sort of full circle. For it was revealed today by Deadline that one of three "mystery heroes" has been cast in the team-up

Arrow/Flash Spinoff News: Atom & Firestorm to Share a Show

CW's superhero success is springing another baby. Story by Matt Cummings It's safe to say that CW's lineup (albeit small) of superhero television shows has been nothing short of an unqualified success. Arrow continues to deliver week after week, while The Flash has exploded in popularity, with quality bad guys, several as-yet-to-be-resolved story arcs, and excellent casting. Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin (Arrow and Flash, respectively) have even teamed up on each other's shows, which garnered some of CW's biggest ratings to date. Well, the network's number of superhero shows on is about to get bigger. Deadline is reporting that we'll soon see a show featuring casts from both shows in the first stand-alone team-up. The names: ATOM and F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M. In fact, the CW and Arrow/The Flash co-creator Greg Berlanti are describing and it as “superhero team-up show.” The show will feature familiar names: Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom),

Inside the Bucket Podcast #34

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery! Welcome to the train wreck that is Inside the   Bucket !  This week, Matt, John, and Brandon gather in the same room to bitch and complain about the hottest movie and television news from our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.COM .  Please check out all the links to the stories we covered in today's podcast. After a brief nap, the boys cover a wide variety of items during their Rants and Raves segment, before moving into reviews of Dracula ,  The Judge , and  Kill the Messenger . Be warned:  Inside the Bucket  is an EXPLICIT PODCAST.  We tend to say controversial things and cuss just for the heck of it.  So, please be careful if you are listening to us while at work. We hope you laugh as much as we do bringing the show to you.  As always, thanks to everyone for your continued support, and we'll see you at one of our screenings. Please make sure to check out our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.

Official #WBSDCC Comic-Con Bags

The bags are back! Comic-Con 2014 attendees hoping for a colorful and commemorative keepsake bag to hold their best swag are once again in luck. For the fifth year running, Warner Bros. Entertainment and Comic-Con have teamed up to produce and distribute the official bag of Comic-Con, which will be distributed to fans when checking it at the Con. The highly coveted bag, which can also be worn conveniently as a backpack, has been called a “must-have” by Variety and Comic-Con’s “ubiquitous accessory” by Entertainment Weekly. See for yourself, after the jump. See all the bags after the Jump... Please Leave A Comment-

Mattel Exclusive Comic-Con 2010

Mattel Collectibles Exclusive For Comic-Con 2010 If you have ever been to Comic-Con then you know how crazy it gets, when you try to get your hand on Exclusive items from all the different booths. This year will be no different. G4 got the first look at the exclusives that Mattel will be offing this year. * Masters of the Universe Classics Skeletor and Mo-Larr from the Robot Chicken sketch – we saw this set at Mattel’s collector event at Toy Fair. Skeletor is missing a tooth, like he is at the end of the sketch. * Masters of the Universe Classics Orko – comes with a Prince Adam “accessory.” Adam, a fully-articulated figure, was positioned in the package sideways below Orko, obscured partially by standard packaging. When you dip Orko in hot water, he turns transparent and “disappears.” When you dip his spellbook in hot water, the SDCC logo appears. I imagine the SDCC logo is exclusive to the version that will be sold at SDCC, but I’m not sure if Orko’s disappearing act is