Vertigo for the DC Fan: Effigy #1 by Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone

When fandom crosses the line, it turns destructive or even dangerous. These are the torrid waters upon which EFFIGY, the new Vertigo series from Tim Seeley and Marley Zarcone, sails. Telling the story of Chondra Jackson, a rookie cop who was once the child star of a kid friendly sci-fi TV show, Effigy is a tale of murder, obsession and celebrity that will keep you guessing with every frightening new page.

Constantine - John Con Noir - Ep. 1: "Trash"

Get ready for tonight's new episode of Constantine with the first episode of this brand new animated webseries. Featuring Matt Ryan as Constantine, "John Con Noir" offers a noir-inspired take on the British exorcist told through the medium of claymation. In this first episode, Constantine finds himself on the hunt for two missing, and very familiar, show creators.

Don't miss new episodes of Constantine at its all new time of 8 p.m. (7 p.m. EST) on NBC.

Constantine: Five Moments We Can't Get Out of Our Heads

NBC’s Constantine returns this Friday with a new episode and a new timeslot—8 p.m. (7 p.m. CST). This week’s new episode, “The Saint of Last Resorts, Part 2,” picks up right where last month’s cliffhanger of a midseason finale left off. Of course, you’ve been watching, so you know where that is… right?

iZombie - Trailer (Official)

From DC Entertainment and Veronica Mars executive producers Rob Thomas and Diana Ruggiero comes iZombie, a "brainy" new series debuting on The CW on Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

For more on iZombie:
http://www.cwtv.com/shows/izombie
https://www.facebook.com/cwizombie
https://twitter.com/CWiZombie

#DCTV Updates: The Flash, Arrow, iZombie and a New Vixen Animated Series

For DC Comics fans, Sunday was a big day for small screen news as The CW made some exciting announcements at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour. But if you were distracted by football and the Golden Globes and missed all the news, never fear. We’re here to bring you up to speed. Here are last weekend’s three big “gets.”


Arrow
and The Flash Get New Seasons

Ten Moments that Mattered: Astro City #16's Poignant Twist

With a new year on the horizon and the holidays upon us, it’s a good time to take a look back at 2014 to remember and remark upon a few of its key DC Entertainment moments. Some of these moments played out on the comic book page or the screen, others were real-life happenings that shaped what we’ll be reading and seeing over the years ahead. If you’re a DC Comics fan or just an entertainment fan in general, they all mattered. It’s been a great year full of both ups and downs, but these are the big ones. These are our DCComics.com “Ten Moments that Mattered” for 2014.

The Roundup: Batman vs. Darkseid?!?!

The temperature may be dropping outside, but things are sure heating up at your local comic shop, especially if you’re a DC Comics fan. This pre-Christmas week brings with it a whole bunch of holiday treats, including some highly anticipated installments from a few of our heavy hitters.

The Wolf Among Us: A Digital Dose of Fables

In the twelve years since its debut, Fables has expanded from a bestselling monthly comic book to become a franchise as robust as any other in comics. Snow White, Bigby Wolf, Rose Red and the rest of the Fabletown crew have appeared in multiple comic book spinoffs, crossovers, novels, graphic novels, fan conventions and recently, an acclaimed video game from Telltale Games. However, they’re about to enter a world that even the globetrotting Cinderella has yet to experience: the weekly world of digital first comics.

The Roundup: A Very Harley Holiday

Holiday shopping getting you down? Is the thought of spending Christmas with your in-laws enough to make you consider moving to North Pole? Have you heard “Grandma Got Ran Over by a Reindeer” so… many… GOSH… DARN… TIMES that you’re on the brink of running someone down yourself? Well, don’t do that (no, really, please don’t do that). Instead, grab a copy of this week’s HARLEY QUINN HOLIDAY SPECIAL #1. It’s 48 pages of merriment and mayhem guaranteed to make even the biggest Scrooge smile.

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