Geoff Johns’ Stargirl was brought to life for three seasons before succumbing to the injustice gang of WB corporate executives. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and Joe Crowe take hold of the Cosmic Staff and survey the highs and lows of Blue Valley. All this, along with Ashley’s Box Office Buzz
Season 2 of Stargirl promised summer school hijinks. Instead it brought an expansion to the JSA mythos as well as a dip into horror and suspense. In this episode we discuss the tonal change to the series. We also talk about the new characters, the threat of Eclipso, and why
Stargirl took the geek world by storm at a time when people really needed something to take their minds off quarantine. It’s a series that celebrates the fun of silver age comics in a way that sets it apart from the other DC Comics series of the last few years,
by Rich Johnston, Source: Bleeding Cool It’s the New York Post so I think we can believe it. Possibly. DC Comics have given them details on the new Captain Marvel, renamed Shazam! so as not to give their rival any free advertising whatsoever.