DC’s 'Legends Of Tomorrow' Spoilers And Update: Justice Society Of America Introduced
With the opening of a new season for DC’s "Legends of Tomorrow", a new part was added in the hit series - “Justice Society of America” (JSA). The Legends will get to meet JSA in the Episode 2 of the second season. Who would be part of that society? This is what everyone is interested to find out.
According to The Mary Sue, the CW has been releasing information with regards to the added casts of the series. It includes Maisie Richardson-Sellers playing a different version of the character Vixen.
As reiterated in the site, part of the Justive Society of America other than Vixen would be Dr. Mid-Nite (played by Kwesi Ameyaw), Stargirl (played by Sarah Grey), Obsidian (played by Dan Payne/Lance Henriksen), and Hourman (played by Patrick J. Adams). Some speculations spread that The Flash is also part of the JSA but is unsure if he would actually be seen in the series.
According to International Business Times, one of the episodes for the series would be entitled as “The Justice Society of America”. This episode would reveal the Legends first encounter with the JSA, which would happen in the Nazi-occupied Paris. The Legends would put the JSA in danger, offering them aid but the latter refused. However, The Legends insisted; revealing a mysterious package to them.
The executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that both teams won’t get to like each other on their first meeting. Thus, the episode has proven it true.
Viewers could catch on “Legends of Tomorrow” Season 2 on The CW with premiere telecast on Thursday, October 14 at 8 p.m.
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