Justice Society Of America


Stargirl Joins DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

Add another member of the Justice Society Of America to DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow with Stargirl.

Sarah Grey, who has a role in the upcoming Power Rangers movie and is also known for iZombie and Lucifer, will play Stargirl and is said to join Hourman (Patrick J. Adams), Commander Steel (Matthew MacCaull), Vixen (Amaya Jiwe), Dr. Mid-Nite, and Obsidian in the JSA. The latter two have yet to be cast.

Stargirl, in the comics, has a cosmic star belt and Star-Rod that give her various abilities including super strength, martial arts, Star Blasts, invulnerability, flight, cosmic energy projection, able to manipulate energy, create energy constructs, and can create defensive force-fields. Stargirl is also mentally connected to her Star-Rod.

Previous details made mention that the Justice Society wouldn’t be friends – at least at first- with the Legends Of Tomorrow.

“It’s all going to kick off with an epic battle between the Justice Society and the Legends,” EP Marc Guggenheim said. “It’s required that every time there’s more than one superhero in any place at any given time, they have to fight. We’re honoring that rule and that tradition straight out of the gate.”

Caity Lotz let it be known Season 2’s second episode is titled “The Justice Society Of America” as well, and the logo for the JSA was also revealed (see below)

Comic-Con saw it learned that the JSA aren’t the only super team coming together in DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow Season 2 as the series will introduce the Legion of Doom as the villains.

Stephen Amell also teased the big crossover with DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow, Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl.

“DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow” Season 2 returns in October on The CW. 


Justice Society Of America Confirmed For DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow

Carity Lotz took to Twitter to reveal the title to episode 2 of Season 2 of DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow with “Justice Society of America.”

The show previously teased members of the JSA with Hourman, Sandman, Red Tornado, Maxine Hunkel, Doctor Mid-Nite and Doctor Fate. In addition, some of the regulars have been members of the JSA as well with Atom, Hawkgirl and Hawkman. 

We may find out more this week at Comic-Con as WB TV is bringing DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow to the SDCC.

DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow Season 2 returns in October on The CW.