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Tons of DC cross over news has the inter-webs a flutter. It had already been announced that an Arrow/Flash/Supergirl crossover is a possibility due to all of them being in the same universe, but it looks like it may be a while before it happens. See more here.
Also announced this week, by none other than the swoon worthy (cough cough, sorry) Matt Ryan, that John Constantine will be visiting Arrow. See more here for the possible explanation of what John may be up to.
— Matt Ryan (@mattryanreal) August 11, 2015
There is more Supergirl news this week, including a new teaser trailer and the announcement of new characters coming to the show!
Speaking of which, Brit Morgan has been cast as Livewire! See more here.
There’s been quite a bit of Spiderman suit speculation (man, say that 10 times fast) this week.
The speculation is Spidey will be sporting two suits in Civil War a more “home made” version…
(This image has been making the rounds as of Weds. )
…and the Tony Stark supplied version.
See more here.
The Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters prequel series was released on Youtube. Run, don’t walk to catch up before the premiere this Fall on NBC!
Agents of Shield news…CBR released a fantastic interview with our favorite, Coulson. Check out some inside info, here.
Speaking of great interviews and AoS, TvLine released a great one with Elizabeth Henstridge (Jemma) here. The Simmons potential next season is sooooooooo great, we can’t wait!
Bill Murray broke the webs earlier this week when word came out he was going to appear in the new Ghostbusters flick. See more here.
We’re just going to leave this here…Doctor Who Series 9.
Interesting space news…researchers have discovered a “truly monstrous” structure consisting of a ring of galaxies around 5 billion light-years across. It’s located 7 billion light-years away and spans an area of the sky more than 70 times the diameter of a full moon! See more here.
National Geographic released a GIF showing the changes they’ve had to make over the years to the Arctic in the Atlas of the World. The Atlas has been printed since 1963. See more here.