Yesterday I posted the first look trailer for DC Comic’s new show, The Flash, which is only a minute long. Today, I was going through my Google+ stream and discovered the 5 minutes extended trailer for the series!
The trailer introduces the main character Barry Allen and features his origins story as well as offering insight to how the series is going to look and feel like. If you love Oliver Queen and Arrow, he also features in the trailer, talking to Barry about his new abilities.
Have a look at the trailer here:
To me from my first viewing, it has similar feel and look to the Arrow series but also appears to promise to be somewhat lighter in tone but what do you think? Has DC got another hit on its hands? What are you hoping for the new series? Don’t be afraid to comment below.
DC Comics have released a first look trailer to advertise their new Flash series. Due to be shown on CW, along with Arrow, the trailer shows The Flash racing to catch an arrow that the Arrow has fired. Take a look at it here:
DC has also posted an interview with Arrow star, Stephen Amell, to celebrate the season finale of series 2 Arrow and the fact that it has been picked up for a third series. Check it out at DC Comics’s website. The company also seems to be determined to take control of television with the announcement of Batman prequel TV series, Gotham. Head on over to this blog post to watch the trailer and to find out more.
DC and Fox Broadcasting have released an extended trailer for a prequel TV series for Batman.
Gotham takes place some years before the Batman franchise, revealing the origin stories of Bruce Wayne, James “Jim” Gordon, Poison Ivy, Penguin, Catwoman and many, many more. Gotham City is a corrupt city on a knife-edge and the series follows the rise of a young police officer through the ranks. Have a look at the trailer here:
DC also has successful series Arrow, following Oliver Queen as the Green Arrow defending Starling City, which has been picked up for a third season by CW (find out more at http://www.greenarrowtv.com/arrow-renewed-for-season-3/16404) along with spin-off series, The Flash.