Burbank, CA – Are you feeling like a Super Hero? Supernatural? Roguishly “Riverdale”? Or just completely MAD? Whatever you choose, there’s a cover for you as Warner Bros. Television’s (WBTV) annual partnership with TV Guide Magazine is back for the ninth year in a row, with a brand-new Warner Bros.–themed Comic-Con special edition of the magazine. The four collectible covers feature the following WBTV series and stars:
“Riverdale’s” KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes, Cole Sprouse, Madelaine Petsch, Ashleigh Murray and Casey Cott
“Supernatural’s” Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Alexander Calvert
Five of The CW’s hottest DC Super Heroes — “Arrow’s” Stephen Amell, “Black Lightning’s” Cress Williams, “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s” Caity Lotz, “The Flash’s” Grant Gustin and “Supergirl’s” Melissa Benoist — united on one epic cover!
Plus MAD Magazine’s Alfred E. Neuman
For a sneak peek at the four covers and to download all cover designs, click here:
- As in years past, Warner Bros. will distribute the TV Guide Magazine special issue to fans for free at the Warner Bros. booth — #4545 on the convention floor — during Comic-Con, beginning on Preview Night, Wednesday, July 18, and continuing through Sunday, July 22
- For those unable to attend Comic-Con in person, all four collectible covers will be on sale at retailers nationwide from July 17 through October 16. Purchase individual copies or the entire set via www.TVInsider.com/comicconmag2018. It’s also available for purchase on Amazon.com and BN.com, and digitally for the Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook, Google Play and Zinio.
Fans reading the 88-page special issue will find features and photos dedicated to the following programs:
- Fan-favorite hit series “The 100,” “Arrow,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Black Lightning,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrrow,” “The Flash,” “Gotham,” “iZOMBIE,” “Krypton,” “Riverdale,” “Supergirl,” “Supernatural” and “Westworld.”
- Previews of WBTV’s highly anticipated new series “Castle Rock”; “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”; “Legacies”; “Manifest”; “Roswell, New Mexico”; “Titans” and “You.”
- Plus, animated looks at the highly anticipated “Young Justice: Outsiders” series for DC UNIVERSE and the “Teen Titans GO! to the Movies” feature film, plus digital series “Constantine: City of Demons” and “Freedom Fighters: The Ray,” along with Warner Bros. Animation’s new “DC Super Hero Girls” series.
Still, if you’re one of those people who’s never satisfied, there’s more, including:
- A coloring book page from the series artists from “Unikitty!”
- A two-page spread by legendary MAD Magazine artist Sergio Aragones that gives a “MAD Look at Comic-Con”
- Superman: on the page and on the screen. Check out information about the new DC Universe Original Animated Movie “The Death of Superman” from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment. Plus, two new DC series from legendary comics author Brian Michael Bendis.
- Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” Universe gets a little vaster with four new series.
- Behind-the-scenes photos from Comic-Con 2017
- All the scoop on the stories behind the Worldkillers’ killer suits in “Supergirl”; “Riverdale’s” Black Hood unmasked!; all four of Barry’s Big Bads from “The Flash”; see how sharp you are with the Team “Arrow” IQ Test; meet the neighbors in “Castle Rock”; a chill session with two of “Gotham’s” most iconic villains; a quip quiz featuring some of “Supernatural’s” best one-liners; “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” cite their favorite temporal destinations; a look at those disconcertingly faceless drone hosts from “Westworld”; “Black Lightning’s” Cress Williams on his electrifying first season; “The Big Bang Theory’s” “Shamy” Wedding Album; “Krypton’s” sets and sigils; “The 100’s” newest arrivals; an A to “iZOMBIE” breakdown; an in-depth look at the “Arrowverse” Crossover; and more.
- Burning questions answered about returning shows, including “The 100,” “Arrow,” “Black Lightning,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash,” “Gotham,” “iZOMBIE,” “Krypton,” “Riverdale,” “Supergirl” and “Supernatural.”
And so much more…!
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