You may want to tell Connor Kent fans to pick up the Superman titles this week. Going by early spoilers from Bleeding Cool Superman goes over the timeline and feels something is still missing in a scene from Hal’s breakdown in the ruins of Coast City. Who was in that scene in the original book but is the only one missing here? Connor.
Centuries later, after a thousand interpretations of this meeting, a famous poet would write an alternate history of the world where Lois Luthor and I became lovers. His story would go on to win the Pulitzer Prize and become the biggest selling fictional book of all time. Even now, I still don’t know what appeals to people about this notion. What chord it struck with the public imagination…
‘The Flash’ TV Series Spoilers: SUPERMAN Tom Welling Appearance In Season 2 Hinted By Greg Berlanti? Cisco And Caitlin Rumored To Become Metahumans In The Season Finale!
Some “The Flash” TV series spoilers have been revealed online and it has been rumored that Tom Welling’s Superman may appear on the season 2 of the show as allegedly hinted at by Greg Berlanti.
Central City has reported that Greg Berlanti allegedly told reporters some “The Flash” TV series spoilers, reportedly claiming that Superman may appear on the season 2 of the show. The report also notes that this Superman would be played by Tom Welling and speculates that the season finale of “The Flash” would change the timeline of show allowing the appearance of Superman to happen. “My sources say that Greg Berlanti told some reporters during a CW event that SUPERMAN may appear on season 2 of the Flash,” wrote Comic Central City. Comic Central City continued, “Now, from what I gather, this Superman is going to be played by Tom Welling and his Superman may or may not be tied to Smallville but I think that the end season 1 would introduce an alternate timeline where Superman exists and Caitlin and Cisco are metahumans.” It should be noted though that previously, IGN reported that DC Comics Chief Creative Officer, Geoff Johns, stated during the Television Critics Association press tour that while some DC superheroes can and will appear on the DC TV universe, Superman and Batman cannot. “You’ll see a lot of DC universe characters [on The Flash and Arrow]. You won’t see Batman or Superman. We’re on production on Batman V Superman now. So you’ll see characters like The Atom or Firestorm, but no not Batman or Superman right now [on TV],” said Geoff Johns. Sobrenombre Speedy