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Brandon Frye
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Posted: 26 September 2019 at 6:26pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply


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They've already had Dean Cain, Terry Hatcher, Helen Slater and Lynda Carter on the show. Wonder if any of them will suit up in some versions of their old roles?

If the show has the budget for the 'de-aging' technology we've been seeing more and more of in films, it would be GREAT fun. Imagine seeing Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman again, looking as she did in the original series. Somehow I doubt they will go that route, but it would be a treat to see. 


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Posted: 26 September 2019 at 6:36pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply

My thinking was that if Lynda Carter was involved as Wonder Woman, then they'd put her in something more along the lines of the armor that was introduced back during the George Perez era of comics.

Oh, and apparently there may be an ARROW spin-off coming. But it was set up by last season; The Canaries in the future timeline. I won't be watching, if it happens. I thought that was the worst part of last season, and would rather have a spinoff featuring John Diggle.


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Posted: 27 September 2019 at 7:54am | IP Logged | 3 post reply

Brian F. - I'm wondering about a spin-off from Arrow with John Diggle becoming Green Lantern. Really, GL and Aquaman are the significant JLAers who haven't appeared in the Arrowverse yet. I consider Batman to have "appeared" even without being on screen due to the inarguable evidence... such as outright mentioning him. It's only a matter of time until Batman appears on "Batwoman".
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In case you haven't heard, Eric:

It remains unknown exactly which version of Bruce Wayne he'll play, but Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond) has been cast for this crossover event.

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Posted: 09 October 2019 at 6:35pm | IP Logged | 5 post reply

Watched the first episode of the newest season for Supergirl and liked the costume change... it reminds me of one of those late '60s-early '70s alternate costumes they had in Adventure Comics!
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"Pants!"

I do not like the plot involving the new owner of CatCo, though. I've seen that actress in plenty of Hallmark movies, thanks to Heidi.
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That kid in the last episode had a great name; Simon Kirby!
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I understand that WB has a smaller budget for this show can CBS had, but honestly. It is really that much more expensive to apply a good make-up to and actor for the Martian characters than to go with really bad PS3 level animation? 


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Kinda fun to see Supergirl fight Doc Ock!
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Here it comes, here it comes, well it's just your nineteenth infinite crisis...

So I guess it goes Batwoman -> Supergirl on Sunday -> Black Lightning on Monday -> Flash -> Arrow on Tuesday? I'll do my best... but if the Flash and Supergirl pop their clogs in this I'll be really cheesed off just like in 1985!
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Itís SUPERGIRL on Sunday, BATWOMAN on a special time Monday, and FLASH on Tuesday. Then itís a break (and presumably a cliffhanger) until January 14th when ARROW and LEGENDS air. 
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