The CW’s finest grace four exclusive TV Guide SDCC covers
The CW’s stable of DC Comics super heroes joins Riverdale students and Supernatural‘s Winchester brothers as the annual partnership of Warner Bros. Television and TV Guide Magazine reconvenes for the eighth year in a row, joining forces for four TV Guide SDCC exclusive covers featuring Riverdale’s KJ Apa, Lili Reinhart, Camila Mendes and Cole Sprouse, Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist, Supernatural‘s Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles and a trio of DC Super Heroes — Arrow’s Stephen Amell, Black Lightning’s Cress Williams and The Flash’s Grant Gustin — together on one cover. Check out all four TV Guide SDCC cover designs in the gallery viewer below!
All four TV Guide SDCC covers will be distributed to fans for free at the Warner Bros. booth (#4545) throughout Comic-Con. For those unable to attend Comic-Con in person, all four collectible covers will be on sale at retailers nationwide, as well as online beginning July 18. The special issue will also be available for digital download on Amazon Kindle Fire, Barnes & Noble Nook, Google Play and Zinio.
Fans reading the 88-page special issue will find features and photos dedicated to shows like The 100, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrrow, The Flash, Gotham, iZOMBIE, Lucifer, The Originals, People of Earth, Riverdale, Supergirl and Supernatural. There’s also previews of WBTV’s new series Black Lightning, Krypton, Deception, Young Sheldon, Titans and Castle Rock.
Then, there’s an animated look at Wonder Woman with Warner Bros. Animation’s Justice League Action, in addition to life lessons with the heroes of hit series Teen Titans Go!, the most outrageous jokes from Mike Tyson Mysteries, plus a sneak peek at digital series Freedom Fighters: The Ray and upcoming animated series Unikitty!, Wacky Races and Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz.
Further bonuses include an exclusive 10.5” X 19” pull-out poster from Westworld, a 20-page pull-out Archie comic based on the hit series Riverdale, with two stories by executive producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, a retrospective look at the 10 years and 30 animated features of the DC Universe (including a sneak peek at the upcoming Batman and Harley Quinn) and the scoop on DC’s crossover title with Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Colonel Harland Sanders.
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