Category: DC TV Classics

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DC TV Classics 37 – Across the DC Universe App

When DC Entertainment finally released details about their new streaming service app — dubbed DC Universe — the Classics Crew was ready for it. Aside from the four shows announced,

DC TV Classics 36 – Superman For Eight Decades

We continue our celebration of the Man of Steel as Superman celebrates his 80th birthday! ComicMix’s Emily Whitten joins the program to share her love of Superman and dish on

DC TV Classics 35 – The Return of Smallville?

Last weekend at Awesome Con in Washington D.C., Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum made some news regarding their willingness to return to the characters that made them famous. Oh, and

DC TV Classics 34 – Almost Classic DC Super Heroes

With the recent announcement that Nicholas Cage will finally get to play Superman in Teen Titans Go to the Movies — after almost playing the Man of Steel in Tim

DC TV Classics 33 – Our Favorite Lois Lane Moments

Since Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment has announced Metropolis, a new series for its streaming service featuring Lois Lane in a leading role, the Classics Crew has assembled to recount

DC TV Classics 32 – Rebecca Theodore-Vachon Takes on Superman and Shazam!

A rumor has surfaced that the Man of Steel himself, Henry Cavill, could have a role in the upcoming Shazam movie starring Zachary Levi. This got the Classics crew thinking

DC TV Classics 31 – The DC TV Toys That Made Us

Recently, leaked photos revealed that Mattel is working on Multiverse action figures for the classic Wonder Woman and Flash television series as well as the Val Kilmer Batman from Batman

DC TV Classics 30 – Have Yourself a Merry “Christmas with the Joker”

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! So DC TV Classics decided to break down one of the most iconic episodes in the history of Batman: The Animated Series.

DC TV Classics 29 – The CBS ‘Justice League of America’ TV Movie from 1997

Twenty years before Justice League fizzled at the box office, another Justice League… failed spectacularly on DC TV. In 1997, CBS commissioned a pilot for a Justice League series that

DC TV Classics 28 – Justice League and the Psychology of Superheroes

With Justice League burning up the box office, we’ve united the Classics Crew to share their favorite Justice League-related moments in DC TV history. Nick recounts the time Lex Luthor