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Entertainment ‘DC’s Stargirl’ Creator Geoff Johns Teases Justice Society Of America’s Clash With Eclipso & The Shade – New York Comic Con

00:21  12 october  2020
00:21  12 october  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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Stargirl creator Geoff Johns discusses the influence Jay Garrick and Alan Scott (Flash and Green Lantern) will have on the show - plus promo material. First Look at Justice Society of America and Injustice Society . CW and DC Universe released new posters to promote the show and each offers a

DC ' s Stargirl , or simply Stargirl , is an American superhero television series created by Geoff Johns that premiered on streaming service DC Universe.

Brec Bassinger in a blue shirt © Mark Hill/The CW

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Today at New York Comic Con, the stars of DC’s Stargirl joined creator/executive producer Geoff Johns to recap Season 1 and tease what’s to come in Season 2.

During the virtual panel with actors Brec Bassinger, Yvette Monreal, Anjelika Washington, Cameron Gellman and Meg DeLacy, Johns said that we can expect “a lot of bad guys, and a lot of bad things happening” in the series’ second run. “Everyone’s got a great journey ahead in Stargirl Season 2,” he added. “We broke the season a long time ago, but [we’ve now] broken the season even deeper.”

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After battling the Injustice Society of America across 13 episodes, justice was finally served in Stargirl ' s season one finale, along with a whole host of surprise reveals. Since first appearing in 1963, Eclipso has ravaged the DC universe, clashing with all your favourite heroes over the decades.

TVLine spoke with Stargirl creator and series EP Geoff Johns about Season 1’ s highlights, several TVLINE | As far as the assorted threats you teased for Season 2, you gave us The Shade … Eclipso is one of my very favorite villains in the books, and he’ s somebody who in the comics actually killed

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One of the main antagonists set to clash with Stargirl’s Justice Society of America in Season 2 is Eclipso, a life essence trapped inside a blue diamond. Once owned by the Injustice Society of America, that diamond was stolen in Season 1 by DeLacy’s Cindy, which will result in problems for the JSA going forward.

“I’m so excited for Eclipso. Eclipso is so terrifying. I’ve always loved the character, and he’s a very different antagonist or villain than the [Injustice Society of America],” Johns said. “We’re just starting to cast him, and it’s such a different, darker, scarier threat.

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Stargirl introduces a new Justice Society to the DC Universe. The Justice Society of America promised on the cover, with a meeting of superheroes around a Continuity wasn’t much of a concern for the comic book fan or creator in those days, so the original heroes of the World War II era were

DC Universe' s Stargirl extended trailer pits the Injustice Society against a new Justice Society of America . Previous Stargirl TV show trailers have hinted at how they clashed with the first iteration of the JSA, which featured heroes such as Joel McHale' s Starman along with Doctor Mid-Nite, Wildcat

“Cindy’s one thing. She’s got the black diamond, and were going to explore that. But this ancient being trapped inside the diamond is aching to do what he does and feed off the darkness within humanity,” the Stargirl creator added. “Its going to take a lot to confront it, and it’s going to take the JSA and all our wonderful characters to a place that’s tough to explore.”

A second primary villain of Season 2 will be The Shade, a former member of the ISA who Johns said is “the most powerful of them all, and very threatening because no one knows exactly what he wants.” And then, there’s supervillain Solomon Grundy. “One of the things I’m really excited about for Season 2 [is], we have a lot more story with Solomon Grundy coming up,” Johns revealed. “Like, you might have told him to leave, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to.”

In conversation with his cast, Johns went on to tease storylines involving other supporting characters, including medical pioneer Dr. Mid-Nite (Henry Thomas) and Sylvester Pemberton (Joel McHale). “[In Season 2, Pemberton] is back,” Johns said. “What that means, and how and why, you’ll start to get an inkling of that in the first episode of Season 2.”

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Stargirl eventually joined the Justice Society of America in the comics , and provided a counterbalance of Although Courtney/ Stargirl became a fan favorite character, she was still a pretty obscure superhero in the comics . Possibly due to the fact that Geoff Johns ended up working on

DC Universe' s Stargirl referenced a villain called The Shade who betrayed the Injustice Society , who had deep Related: DC ' s STARGIRL is Based on Geoff Johns ' Late Sister. The Shade first appeared in Flash The Shade may even taken on a mentor role to the new Justice Society of America

Also teased during the panel was a storyline involving Monreal’s Yolanda, who finds herself haunted by some of the major events of Season 1. “That’s a big story, her dealing with what she did, what happened with Henry and what she did with Brainwave,” the creator said. “It’s actually her entire story [throughout] Season 2.”

Based on Johns and Lee Moder’s DC Comics character, Stargirl centers on teenager Courtney Whitmore (Bassinger), who discovers the cosmic staff and assumes the identity of Stargirl. After joining the Justice Society of America, Stargirl becoming an inspiration to a new generation of superheroes.

Premiering on the DC Universe streaming service in May, Stargirl will return for its second season in 2021, moving permanently to The CW as one of the network’s original series.


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