Jake Austin Walker and Meg DeLacy Join DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

The official DC Universe website has updated with an announcement that Jake Austin Walker and Meg DeLacy have join the cast of the upcoming Stargirl series. Walker is most famous for portraying Seth Geary on The Walking Dead while DeLacy is known for portraying Grace Mullen on The Fosters. Currently it is unknown who Walker will be playing on the upcoming Supegirl series, however it is been revealed that DeLacy will be playing Cindy Burman aka Shiv. In the comics Cindy Burman was introduced in Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #1, which was released in August, 1999. The character was created by the joint team of Geoff Johns and Lee Moder. The confirmed cast…

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Luke Wilson Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

Deadline has reported that Luke Wilson will be joining the cast of the DC Universe exclusive Stargirl series. Wilson will be portraying Pat Dugan who is the pilot of S.T.R.I.P.E.  For those who are not aware, Patrick “Pat” Dugan was created by Jerry Siegal and Hal Sherman. The character was first introduced in Action Comics #40, which was released in September 1941. The confirmed cast so far includes: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton) Lou Ferrigno Jr.: Hourman (Rex Tyler) Brian Stapf: Wildcat (Ted Grant) Luke Wilson: Pat Dugan/  S.T.R.I.P.E.  Anjelika Washington: TBA Henry Thomas: Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr.…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson” Review

Here we are folks, the end of the first season of Titans. After a season where half the episodes were detours away from the main plot, should we be too surprised that the season finale is one as well? Not really, but without any further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   I got to give credit to the DC Universe marketing team, as I saw advertisements everywhere for this episode. Why all that extra effort? Batman; the answer is…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 10 “Koriand’r” Review

Titans returns to its normal story track this week to follow-up on Episode 8’s cliffhanger. Being the next to last episode of the season, does “Koriand’r” accomplish what it needs to? To find out we are going to have to dive in!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   When last we saw the core Titans team, Dick and Donna were on their way to Rachael’s mother’s home. During the drive, Donna translates the text from Kory’s notebook, only to realizes that Kory’s mission is to kill Rachael. At…

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Tigress, Sportsmaster, and Dragon King Join DC Universe “Stargirl”

Deadline has reported that Tigress, Sportsmaster, and Dragon King will be joining the villain roster of the DC Universe exclusive Stargirl live-action series. The trio are apart of the Injustice Society, who are group of master criminals, which debuted in All Star Comics #37. The team also served as the evil counterpart to the Justice Society of America.  Joy Osmanski will be portraying Paula Brooks, aka the second Tigress. Paula Brooks was created by Mort Meskin and debuted in the comics with Sensation Comics #68, which was released in August 1947. Neil Hopkins will be playing Lawrence “Crusher” Crock, who is also known as the Sportsmaster. Crock was created by…

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Henry Thomas Joins DC Universe Stargirl Cast as Doctor Mid-Nite

Entertainment Weekly has reported that Henry Thomas will be joining the cast of the DC Universe exclusive series, “Stargirl,” as Dr. Mid-Nite. For those who are not aware, Dr. Mid-Nite is another founding member of the Justice Society of America. The original Dr. Mid-Nite was created by Charles Reizenstein and Stanley Josephs Aschmeier in 1941. Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton) Lou Ferrigno Jr.: Hourman (Rex Tyler) Brian Stapf: Wildcat (Ted Grant) Anjelika Washington: TBA Henry Thomas: Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr. Charles McNider) Dr. Charles McNider was was a surgeon who was set to work on a patient to remove…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 9 “Hank and Dawn” Review

With Episode 8 ending on a massive cliffhanger, it is only natural that we spend an entire episode on Hawk and Dove’s backstories. Now, do not get me wrong as I wanted this episode however, the episode’s placement just seems odd. That being said, there is some good stuff in this episode. so let us jump in and take a closer look!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   This episode features the return of fan-favorite characters, Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, in a follow up on the aftermath…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 8 “Donna Troy” Review

After some delays due to writer’s block and other recent events, I finally return to the world of Titans. Episode 8 features the live-action debut of Donna Troy, better known as Wonder Girl. Now without further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 8, “Donna Troy.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   The previous episode of Titans, “Asylum,” is the most intense episode of the series to date! Luckily, it seems like the producers decided that it was time for a breather in the form of Donna Troy. Donna…

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Brian Stapf Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast as Wildcat

TV Insider has reported that Brian Stapf will be joining the cast of the DC Universe Supergirl series as Ted Grant aka Wildcat. For those who are not aware, Ted Grant was another founder member of the Justice Society of America. Wildcat first debuted in the comics in Sensation Comics #1, which was released in January 1942. The original Wildcat was created by Bill Finger & Irwin Hasen. Ted Grant previously made an appearance on Arrow played by J.R. Ramirez who was the mentor to Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy). The confirmed cast members so far include: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton)…

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Lou Ferrigno Jr. Joins DC Universe Stargirl Cast as Hourman

TVline has reported that Lou Ferrigno Jr. will be playing Rex Tyler aka Hourman in the upcoming DC Universe Stargirl series. For those who are not aware, Rex Tyler was one of the founding members of the Justice Society of America. Rex Tyler made his debut appearance in Adventure Comics #48, which was released in March 1940. The original Hourman was created by Ken Fitch and Bernard Baily. This isn’t the first time the character was seen in a live-action DC production as the character recently appeared as a guest role in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, who was portrayed by Patrick J. Adams. No other details…

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