There may be no weirder trajectory for a character than Matt Ryan’s Constantine. After a one-season NBC series and subsequent Arrow-verse resurrection, the fan-favorite DC hero is officially making a full-time return as a Legends of Tomorrow regular next season.
At long last, The CW will finally treat Arrow, Flash, Legends and Supergirl to a proper four-way crossover with the two-night “Crisis on Earth-X.” The yearly event is always a highlight, but did you realize that The CW’s DC superheroes have met onscreen no less than twenty-five times? Before Barry and Iris’ big wedding brings comic chaos galore, the many Arrow-verse crossovers simply must be ranked.
Jury’s out on whether Matt Ryan’s Constantine will ever return to live-action, but our favorite demon-hunting detective has nonetheless found new life. See for yourself in a first look at the CW Seed animated series, now set for a 2018 premiere.
You didn’t think Arrow, Flash and Supergirl were the only DC dramas to preview their wares at Comic-Con 2017, did you? Meet the new Vixen villain complicating Legends of Tomorrow’s already-broken timeline, and see what Damien Darhk and Constantine have to do with the first Season 3 trailer!
Constantine fans got another return to form with news that Matt Ryan would reprise his NBC role for the upcoming Justice League Dark, but that was only a trial run. The demon-fighting detective (and his live-action voice) will return as an animated CW Seed series, the first photo of which is already here!
The first installments of Cartoon Network’s new Justice League Action will bow as early as this Friday, and the latest look at our “Shazam Slam” beginnings trot out even more DC favorites. Arrow meets Constantine yet again in a new clip, along with Swamp Thing, Wonder Woman and more.
With Doug Liman recently signing on to helm Guillermo del Toro’s long-developing Dark Universe project, it shouldn’t be much longer now before supernatural forces invade the live-action DC movie universe. Until then, the animated DCU is a step ahead with Justice League Dark, unveiling the first official trailer for their latest R-rated feature — hopefully it’ll be a bit less controversial than The Killing Joke.
A few months ago, the first featurette for the upcoming DC animated movie Justice League Dark hit the internet. And while the film has yet to receive a release date for home video — or its inevitable “one night only” theatrical showing as part of a Fathom Events promotion — it appears that the first official group shot of the Justice League Dark superheroes has finally found its away online for your viewing pleasure, courtesy of iO9.