Thursday, April 26, 2018

The Prowler Joins The Secret Society of Super-Villains



The Prowler was teased with the appearance of Donald Glover as his alter ego Aaron Davis in Spider-Man: Homecoming.  He was seen to be trying to purchase high tech equipment, so the seeds have been set for a full costumed appearance in the future.  A deleted scene had him mentioning his nephew Miles, so perhaps he will be back in an Ultimate Spider-Man movie down the line instead.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I preferred the original Prowler: Hobart Brown, Esq. Now, THAT guy was bad-a** kicker of a**!

As for today's cover? Ah, how I miss the Silver Age Chronos! Simply a high-tech thief obsessed with time...rather than a glorified second-string Kang.

Cary Comic said...

*Giggle!*

Sorry; it's just that...

*Snicker*

...the way Grodd is positioned...

*Snort!*

...over Prowler's cowl.

BWA-HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Anonymous said...

Shame on you, Cary1

Such infantile humor is worthier of Blue and Gold from the J.L.D. years.

TJW said...

The Secret Society of Super-Villains is one of those titles that I always wanted to like more than I actually did. The concept had a lot of potential, but the actually series was always sort of all over the place.

Ken Roskos said...

The Prowler, meets the Prowler from Eclipse comics? (The old former movie star character)

Anonymous said...

@Ken Roskos: why not? Airboy could introduce them.

Glenn Host said...

Always liked the SSoSV more than the Injustice League, etc. Sort of the villains version of the Defenders.

Isaac said...

@ TJW & Glenn Host - I agree with you both. They had so much potential in the early issues. It was my fav after LoSH. Now if Ross could match them with a Marvel equivalent .......

Anonymous said...

That would probably be the Squadron Sinster or the Masters of Evil.

Isaac said...

Hell we need a Secret society movie! Or TV show! If Berlanti can sow the seeds for Suicide squad, Ssov should be a pinch. Come on, WB don't screw it up.

Cary Comic said...

Maybe CW can do that for their next Nielsen-hungry crossover between THE FLASH et al.

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