Just saw the 25th ep but could already tell the last ep title starts with a D because the full season titles put together says Invitation to Kneel Before Zod. It could be Zoe. Or Zot. Or something, haha
Rocket totally should have used her power right of the bat and saved some fighting, haha. I'm guessing she went off to try and save that other person, I hope.
Kon El... yeah.
He just went limp. Viagra will save him. Kidding.
I became a reader of the Legion when the Legionnaires title started (art by Sprouse. I didn't actually become a huge fan until the Zero Hour reboot, 16 issues later) and one of the first villains I read there was the Emerald Empress. She's powerful and terrifying to me so it much much worse now in the show.
Though I love the inclusion, I have to wonder why? A couple of rogue Kryptons are scary destructive enough.
(In the arc I read, the Eye latched on to a weak willed little girl who used it's power to attack the Legion bullies who made fun of her powers and weight. The Eye eventually erased the girl's personality and took over.
The second time I read of the Eye was in the Reboot, in one of my favorite arcs, where it took over a Legionnaire, yow!)
I was kinda waiting for a shot where all the intro with arcs members to group together (before the actually marriage) and just say how good it is to be with each other or say how they can put their phantoms behind them or something. Might seem like a finale finale though.
Oh oh oh I LOVED how Icicle Junior was there! Connor invited him and they're still friends! (Is he going back to jail after or is he reformed or something?)
If they get another season, I don't think I want another character per character arc. Nightwing, Rocket and Zatanna and even Aqualad really just got their personal stories just shoe'd in. No need to try and maintain the illusion.
Though if they would, they should go with... Blue Beetle, Kid Flash, Static (yes please!), Lagoon Boy (YES please!), Beast Boy and Arsenal?
Garth? Ah, Garfield, Beast Boy! Garth Ranzz Lightning Lad first came to mind, then Garth first Aqualad.
Beast Boy's depression thing had a lot of screentime. I think Violet's dilemma had one episode. Hmm, I can't recall other mental and social issues they dealt with.
I really think Mary Marvel should have had her... narcissism (?), insecurity (?) dealt with, since letting her go unchecked became dangerous. And it's really not fair, dang it. Mary was one of the sweetest comic book personalities. I know it's for the story but, dang, making her evil?
Working off the prescedent of her becoming a Fury around the time of Final Crisis in the comics I'd say. Not one of the most well liked stories to be adapting though, but considering they also mentioned Sanctuary, Weisman is all in on stepping on those landmines.
Holy cow, this is a variant cover for something called New Golden Age Special and will lead into a mini series called Stargirl Lost Children.
It's the Secret! Young Justice Peter David alumni, with art by original artist Todd Nauck!
Geoff Johns is bringing her back? But the series ended with brother Harm killing himself off page and Greta being turned human by Doug-seid. Since Secret is a Warder who ferrys souls to the otherside, is Geoff Johns going to kill her again? Poor Greta.
Anyway, since I don't follow JSA or DC comics anymore, I'm curious about the other kids. You can tell the obvious mentors among the six but who in the world is the green witch girl? Process of elimination would have her be Dr. Fate's sidekick, if Secret is Spectre's ward.
I tried googling Lost Children Stargirl but no info on names. Does anybody know?
(Also, I didn't like that one off Secret episode in season 1 of the YJ show, for introducing Secret and Harm and not doing anything with them. Peter David wrote it but it didn't contribute much to the show advancement, except for the trick or treating side story.)
Klarienne the Witch-Girl is a member of the Earth 11's Teen Justice. Zatara from the Justice Guild is her mentor, and, as a user of magick, she has great powers. She alone initially took down Superwoman and Batwoman at the same time, but the effect of her magick would not last long as she...
Hourman's sidekick is Jimmy "Minute-Man" Martin...probably. I can't find anything with that exact costume.
Jimmy Martin was the founding member of the Minute Men of America. Jimmy Martin's brother Billy died under suspicious circumstances in a sweatshop factory. Hour-Man investigated, and in the process got acquainted with the late Billy's mother, and his brother James. Jimmy was a ham radio...
kicks his feet up on his desk and interlaces his hands behind his head while smiling I thought you’d like that. 😉 NGL, this '90s variant by Joe Quinones just might be the cover of Justice Society of America #1 that I snag:
Holy cow, thanks a lot! You've been following the related titles? Know anything about Secret's return?
Klarienne? Hmm, skin color isn't quite right and I don't see a Teekl but Geoff Johns usually finds obscure characters before making a new one. Could be cool. Hope this female Klarion isn't crazy. I thought she was a sidekick of the Enchantress, the witch lady who Felix Faust killed in Judgement Day.
Can't wait to see how it unfolds but, well, Geoff Johns is known to kill teen heroes. Even baby Wildebeest. And live action villain kids in Stargirl.