DC Comics has announced a new Supergirl series, that explores the trials and tribulations of being a 16 year old. Supergirl: Being Super comes from award winning writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Joelle Jones.
During the new CW season, all four of the DC Comics shows will crossover in a massive story event. Will it concern Flashpoint? Will it be a world shattering event that will necessitate a character making the (whisper) ultimate sacrifice? Stephen Amell, who plays Green Arrow, shared a behind the scenes photo that may be the best teaser for the coming season of shows.
Kevin Smith was head over heals last season when he directed an episode of The Flash for The CW. On his podcasts, he’s gushed about wanting to direct more DC television series, and he’s getting his wish as he will take on Supergirl and Flash in their new seasons.
At the end of Supergirl’s first season, a rocket crashed to Earth, and Supergirl was shocked by what she found inside. The confirmation came from The CW today that Mon-El has been cast for the next season.
When the Supergirl television production moved to Canada, there were a lot of questions about who would return for the second season, and who would not. Today we learn that Calista Flockhart is returning as Cat Grant, but only as a recurring guest star.
Earlier today, we learned that Supergirl will take a different approach to fighting villains in the all-new all-different DCU. Now, we have our first look at the first two issues of the series.
The CW wants you to get caught up on the first season of Supergirl, and the network plans to re-air the first season on its channel beginning on August 1st.