And people do forget about Karen Starr. Power Girl in Action Comcis #1052 And we get confirmation of psychic abilities all round, shared by both versions of Supergiurl now though, Power Girl is a little stronger and more adept in this regard. So when tackling the psychic attack, it's worth keeping an eye on what message has been[...]
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Oh yes, and the Justice Society are in town to make up for where Black Adam's Justice League are failing… I understand this cover is actually a splash from inside the comic. Cover image for 0622DC814 Dark Crisis #3 Cover, by (W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Daniel Sampere, in stores Tuesday, August 2, 2022 from DC Comics DARK[...]
Yesterday, Bleeding Cool looked at the upcoming Black Adam – The Justice Society Files, being published by DC Comics in the run-up to October and confirmed to be part of the DC Extended Universe canon and prequels to Black Adam We now have the full creative teams and character line-ups, as well as the photo[...]
As production continues on The CW's Stargirl Season 2, Nick E. Tarabay aka Eclipso took to social media to signal he's wrapped filming.
If you can't wait to see the Justice Society in action when they make their film debut in Black Adam this December (or whenever it gets moved to next), then Warner Bros Animation has you covered This afternoon, we were given our first look at the upcoming Blu-ray and Digital release, Justice Society: World War II[...]
After asking for Pat's (Luke Wilson) help with training a new Justice Society of America, Courtney still did her best "I know what I'm doing" impersonation- and it nearly cost her life That brush with death came at the hands (or blades) of Cindy (Meg DeLacy), not only the most popular girl at school and[...]
But instead of looking to shut down the new JSA for good, Pat offers to train and mentor them instead, seeing a need for a new JSA to counter whatever it is the Injustice Society has planned. Speaking of the ISA, Jordan Mahkent aka Icicle (Neil Jackson) is gathering his fellow "big bads" to get the[...]
With only hours to go before DC Universe and The CW's Stargirl, Courtney's (Brec Bassinger) seeing her "Justice Society of America v2.0" starting to take shape: Cameron Gellman's Hourman, Anjelika Washington's Dr Mid-Nite, and Yvette Monreal's Wildcat But as you're about to see in the following preview, her crew might fall apart before the first punch is[...]
What has us concerned heading into "The Justice Society"? Well, we know Pat's (Luke Wilson) got some words for Courtney after finding a certain green lantern Then there's the matter of her "team" not exactly feeling like they're on the same page when it comes to why they're together, and did we mention that they[...]
Heading into this week's episode of DC Universe and The CW's Stargirl, Courtney's (Brec Bassinger) new Justice Society has a new "plus-one" in the form of Yolanda Montez (Yvette Monreal) aka Wildcat, who has her own heartbreaking backstory for joining the team With this week's "Hourman and Dr Mid-Nite," it's not too much of a[...]
After getting caught up in a trap set by Jordan and fellow Injustice Society member William Zarick, Stargirl and S.T.R.I.P.E are still able to save the day – but at a cost: Zarick's son and Courtney's classmate Joey is killed (with Jordan killing Zarick after the enraged father confronts him)[...]
As for Courtney and Pat, it looks like Courtney's not giving up her mission to go over the Injustice Society In fact, she asks for Pat's help for what she thinks is a new threat from the group, but is it? Or could it be a message from someone completely unexpected? Anjelika Washington as Beth Chapel[...]
Beginning with the defeat of the Justice Society of America at the hands of the Injustice Society and the passing of the torch (in the form of the cosmic staff) to the next generation of heroes, the series wasted little previous time getting Courtney (Brec Bassinger) and Pat (Luke Wilson) somewhat on the same page[...]
Let's just hope she doesn't get suspended first: Jasun Jabbar as Brian, Sam Brooks as Travis, Yvette Monreal as Yolanda Montez, Jake Austin Walker as Henry King Jr., and Brec Bassinger as Courtney Whitmore in Stargirl, courtesy of The CW. Welcome to The World of Stargirl Season One Joining Courtney and Pat's new Justice Society of America are Anjelika[...]
in helping Courtney learn the ropes is a new "Justice Society of America" with a roster than includes Anjelika Washington's Beth Chapel aka Doctor Mid-Nite; Yvette Monreal's Yolanda Montez aka Wildcat; and Cameron Gellman's Rick Tyler aka Hourman. Dragon King makes his move on Stargirl, courtesy of The CW. Of course, what kind of superhero series would[...]
on their new Justice Society are Anjelika Washington's Beth Chapel aka Doctor Mid-Nite; Yvette Monreal's Yolanda Montez aka Wildcat; and Cameron Gellman's Rick Tyler aka Hourman. Brec Bassinger as Courtney Whitmore in Stargirl, courtesy of The CW. Luke Wilson as Pat Dungan in Stargirl, courtesy of The CW. Jake Austin Walker as Henry King Jr[...]
begin to assemble a new Justice Society. It's the new Justice Society versus the Injustice Society on Stargirl, courtesy of The CW. On the side of leaping tall buildings in single bounds and moving faster than a locomotive, we have Anjelika Washington's Beth Chapel aka Doctor Mid-Nite; Yvette Monreal's Yolanda Montez aka Wildcat; and Cameron Gellman's Rick[...]
Scott Snyder on Making Doomsday Clock Part of the DC Universe Again – "That's Our Job. That's What We're Trying To Do"
As well as a rewriting of the origin of Firestorm, it was also meant to bring back both the Legion Of Super-Heroes and the Justice Society of America to DC Comics. And then Geoff Johns was no longer CCO of DC Comics, and Doomsday Clock got later and later, which saw other books' continuity move away[...]
Did we happen to mention the super-cool Lee Elias dinosaur cover? Dinosaurs are awesome… But like Mrs McElwain's quest for a bird so unique and unusual that she didn't know what to expect, DC Comics' Black Canary would quickly capture comic fandom's imagination — at least enough to join the Justice Society of America with issue[...]
Hawkman is searching Dinosaur Island for more pieces of the puzzle that is his past. A T-Rex and a swarm of bird men stand in his way. Is it a good read?
Hawkman digs deeper into his past by visiting an artifact of Khufu's reign in Egypt. Thsi somehow pulls him into ancient Egypt itself. Is it a good read?
Hawkman is on a search for information about his past. This has led him into ruins of a Gorilla City offshoot. What does he find? Does it make for a good read?
Mixing the regular DCU with Watchmen characters is an interesting idea, but where do you go from there? Making stylistic and narrative references to the Watchmen story itself is not enough to convince me this tale is worthwhile. I do like the Justice Society references though, but, then again, I love the Justice Society Hell, Johns's JSA[...]
The Terrifics go to space to take Phantom Girl to visit her homeworld of Bgztl, but the trip is interrupted by a salvage ship full of bandits. Does it make for a good read?
The budding Terrifics team reel from the message left by the mysterious Tom Strong, but they are forced to run before long. Something awakens, and it threatens to kill this team before it fully forms. Does it make for a good read?
The Terrifics have united! Mister Terrific has gone to investigate what Simon Stagg has done with his Terrifictech. Metamorpho was used by Stagg to investigate the Dark Multiverse, resulting in Rex Mason losing his mind and turning into Nth Metal. Is it a good read?
Hawkman has awoken in a place in doesn't recognize. He can't remember who he is or where he is from. He is constantly under attack by Manhawks, and he needs to break free. Is Hawkman Found #1 a good read?
Coming as it does so soon after All-Star Comics #3 (first appearance of the Justice Society) and shortly before All-Star Comics #8 (first appearance of Wonder Woman), All-Star Comics #5 doesn't usually get much attention So, at least for this one day, let's give the first appearance of Hawkgirl its due. Announcing April 2017 as Hawkgirl[...]
Geoff Johns' Return To The DC Universe This Year – Justice Society Or Legion? And His Surprise Appearance At WonderCon
Birds of Prey haven't really haven't, so they created a new recurring villain that is powerful enough to give them all a problem. "Why is there no Justice Society book? Why is there no Legion of Superheroes book?" stated Geoff Johns, strongly suggesting that these will be coming. *** Detective Comics Tynion stated how much Cassandra Cain was[...]