The first season of Supergirl cleverly side-stepped the comic alter-ego of David Harewood’s Hank Henshaw to make the identity a cover for Martian Manhunter, but the real Cyborg Superman may arrive in a roundabout way. A new synopsis for “The Darkest Place” reveals the steely Superman’s debut, but who’s behind all the gear?
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Seeing as Kevin Smith managed to sneak Jason Mewes into The Flash not once, but twice, it stands to reason more View Askew faces would drop by the DC universe in a second go. It seems the Mallrats filmmaker managed to get Harley Quinn into his upcoming Supergirl episode, albeit probably not the one you’re thinking.
This week, Supergirl uncovers an underground alien fight club, Alex and Maggie Sawyer go on an undercover date to the alien fight club, and J’onn/Hank learns his new Martian friend is involved with the alien fight club. Also, Winn and Mon-El go to a bar! “Survivors” was directed by James Marshall from a script by Paula Yoo and Eric Carrasco.
This week, the president is in town, and someone with heat vision wants her dead! But who? And, more importantly, why? “Welcome to Earth” was directed by Rachel Talalay from a script by Jessica Queller and Derek Simon.
Supergirl seems to be front-loading Season 2 with DC goodness, between Superman and Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter, and that’s just fine by us. Latest to join the CW transplant are Sharon Leal’s Miss Martian and Dichen Lachman’s Roulette, both of whom are fully revealed in the new “Survivors” trailer.
The first major crossover between Arrow and The Flash didn’t bother with too much story in common, while the second largely served to set up Legends of Tomorrow, so what happens when all three get together for one story? Matching titles! See for yourself, as one unifying threat brings together Flash, Arrow and Legends for the crossover event, shared title and all.
Superman may have flown the coop of Supergirl Season 2, but the CW transplant isn’t about to lack for extra-terrestrials anytime soon. As early as this Monday, we’ll meet Sharon Leal’s Miss Martian (not to mention a Wonder-ous Madame President), and we’ve got your first look.
Arrow picked one hell of a week for its 100th episode, landing smack-dab in the middle of The CW’s four-way superhero crossover with Supergirl, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Still, we’ve time yet before the heroes come together, for which producer Marc Guggenheim reveals not only what brings Supergirl to Star City, but also what other familiar faces will pop up for Arrow’s centennial.
This week, the super-team-up with Superman continues, and Kara couldn’t be happier about it! But things are about to change, as the super-cousins are confronted with the mysterious Cadmus and the menace of Metallo! “The Last Children of Krypton” was directed by Glen Winter from a script by Robert Rovner and Caitlin Parrish.
Supergirl had its fun with iconic covers of DC past when The Flash came to town, and it looks like The CW will follow suit with a major Crisis for Tyler Hoechlin’s second Superman episode. Plus … could the Man of Steel wind up with his own CW series?