‼️ CASTING ANNOUNCEMENT ‼️
Actress Brec Bassinger, most notably known for her role as Bella in Nickelodeon’s ‘Bella and the Bulldogs’ has officially been cast as Courtney Whitmore for the ‘Stargirl’ show that will be featured on the DC Universe streaming service. In my opinion, she really looks the part. I think I’ve watched the show Bella and the Bulldogs a few times with my cousin and her acting isn’t really that bad. I think we’ll just have to wait for a trailer and a few promo images to make judgements. Drop your thoughts on this casting below.
The wind beats against his exposed skin as he plummets towards the street below. His fingers grip the line in his hand tighter as he closes in with the wet pavement. His grip alters his trajectory, now swinging just inches above the ground horizontally. Swinging both feet upwards the vigilante drives them into the armed criminal. ⠀⠀⠀
The robber grunts as the swinging kick connects, sending him crashing and skidding across the paved road beneath him. His partner tries to come to his aid, but the darkly clad hero is already ahead of him. His body spinning as he realest the weapon with in his grasp. The streetlights reflect of the ecrisma stick as it moves through the air, the metal baton connect with the second robbers jaw with a loud thud. The blow renders the thug unconscious instantly, allowing the hero to return to the prior robber. ⠀⠀⠀
“You’re going to pay for that, pretty boy!”
The hood barks threats, but that is about all he can do. His would be target is too quick, dodging the two gunshots he lets off while flipping through the air. He closes the distance before the man can endanger anyone with more random gunfire, landing another acrobatic kick against the perp’s jaw. With a loud crack the man goes down in a heap, no longer a threat. ⠀⠀⠀
With the two men down the surrounding civilians begin to move out from their hiding places, thinking the scene is now safe. Little do they know that the driver still lies in wait in the street. He doesn’t exit his car, instead pointing his weapon at the hero from his open window. ⠀⠀⠀
“I don’t think so!”
The drive cries out in pain as the hero’s second baton slams into his hand, the blow breaking his grip on the gun as well as his fingers. Focused on the pain in his hand he doesn’t see the punch coming, which only ends in him sprawled out across the front seats of his car. The hero can hear the police in the distance now. Using his line and grapple the vigilante takes back to the air above the street, leaving the robbers behind. He didn’t have time to answer the questions that came with police interaction. There was much more to be done.
🦇 Happy Batman Day! 🦇
...a few days late...
Fun fact: my boys have Batman inspired names. (Don't believe me? Let me explain.) My 1st born is Adam Wesley, homage to Adam West, star of the 1960s Batman tv show. My baby is Slade Grayson, inspired by Slade Wilson (aka DeathStroke - not Batman related but still awesome), and Dick Grayson (aka Robin/Nightwing). True story. 🦇💕
Tom King man! Rob Corp let me tell you, there have been some amazing Batman runs but King is finding ways to humanize the character in a way that no other writer has...through emotional pain. As if he hasn't suffered enough under King, crisis of faith, being left at the altar, we see that Batman's ride on the pain train is far from over. Not giving away spoilers, so check out Batman#55
and continuing into Nightwing#50
. King and his artistic partners: David French, Mikel Janin and Mitch Gerads are doing amazing work. Congratulations to Tom King for finally winning an Eisner Award for his work on Batman. #batmanrebirth #tomkingbatman #dccomics #dcheroes #Batman #davidfrenchart #mikeljanin #mitchgerads #batmanrebirth55 #nightwing #nightwing50