Saturday, September 12, 2015

Supergirl and The Powerpuff Girls



I am cautiously optimistic about the upcoming Supergirl TV series.  I hope that it looks to the success of The Flash, and puts an emphasis on the superheroics, rather than too much teenage melodrama.  The Costume looks good (needs yellow in the S shield, though) and I love that Linda Danvers adopted parents will be played by Dean Cain and Helen Slater.  I have to admit that what really has me intrigued is the promise of Red Tornado showing up on the first season!

9 comments:

David Bethke said...

From where is the Supergirl picture? I've never seen that version of her.

Ross said...

Superman Family Adventures.

Simreeve said...

"the promise of red Tornado turning up in the first season"...
Please, please, say that that's going to be the FIRST 'Red Tornado'!

^_^


Hr'rmm, you haven't used her in a cover yet, have you?

Ross said...

It'll be the T.O. Morrow robot, as he is also going to be on the show.

I have used Ma Hunkle twice, one with Batman and once as a member of The Union Suit Squad

Ross said...

Hunkel that is

AirDave said...

I'm cautiously optimistic myself, too.
I am surprised that CBS picked up on such a "young" show. CBS, like the other major networks - NBC, ABC and Fox - have not always been kind to super-hero series. Of course, up until, say, Smallville, production values tended to be "cheesy".

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Is that the Supergirl of DC Chibi-Earth?

P.S.---how about the PowerPuff Girls and Monkey (of DEXTER'S SECRET LABORATORY fame) vs. Mojo Jojo?

Simon said...

Ross said...
"I have used Ma Hunkle twice, one with Batman and once as a member of The Union Suit Squad"

Ah. Good. I'll have to look for those covers.



How about giving us a team-up between the first and second Red Tornadoes... maybe even with the third (from post-Flashpoint E2, with Lois Lane's personality) added as well?

Bob Greenwade said...

I hadn't heard about Dean Cain and Helen Slater in this. That is definitely a stunt-casting win.

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