4 DC Comics brought to TV at Comic-Con
SAN DIEGO - Four DC comics brought to life for television took over the San Diego Convention Center's 6,500 seat Hall H at Comic-Con on Saturday night.
"Arrow" star Stephen Amell hosted the extravaganza called "Warner Bros. Television Presents a Night of DC Entertainment."
He introduced actors Ben McKenzie, Grant Gustin and Matt Ryan before the world premiere of Fox's "Gotham," a screening of The CW's first episode of "The Flash" and footage from the upcoming third season of CW's "Arrow." At the end of the night, they played the pilot for NBC's "Constantine" for fans who sat through the three-hour event.
"Gotham" premieres on FOX on Sept. 22, "The Flash" debuts Oct. 7 on The CW, "Arrow" returns to The CW on Oct. 8 and "Constantine" comes to NBC on Oct. 24.
'Sons of Anarchy' book announced
SAN DIEGO - "Sons of Anarchy" is revving up for its final season but the outlaw motorcycle club will live on in books.
Series creator Kurt Sutter revealed the cover art to "Sons of Anarchy: Bratva" (Titan Books Ltd.) Sunday at Comic-Con.
The first of a series about the "Sons" world, "Bratva" is set in the show's fourth season. It follows Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Opie (Ryan Hurst) and Chibs, played by Tommy Flanagan.
Sutter also revisited the topic of a possible prequel to the series. He said serious "talks are ongoing."
Benjamin McKenzie (from left), David Mazouz, Robin Taylor, Camren Bicondova, Erin Richards, Donal Logue, and Jada Pinkett Smithin the new series “Gotham” attend Day 3 of Comic-Con International on Saturday in San Diego, Calif.×
Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP Paris Barclay (from left) Katey Sagal and Kim Coates attend the “Sons of Anarchy” panel on Day 4 of Comic-Con International on Sunday in San Diego.×
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