The first time anyone had heard of Brandon Routh really, was in 2006’s Superman Returns. Now while he made a great Superman and an even better Clark Kent, that film didn’t exactly give him much material to work with, and will most likely be one of DC’s more forgettable flicks. But lately, Routh has found his stride in other projects and on Arrow.
As the genius scientist Ray Palmer, he’s an eccentric and fun addition to the cast, that helps give an otherwise gritty show some much needed levity at the right time. He’s also going to most likely get his own spin-off show, because with another size-changing hero on the horizon, the time is right for the Atom to finally make his small screen debut. And he’ll dress the part of course. The CW just released their first official image of Routh in costume. Here it is:
I kinda dig that costume. It looks like a science suit, and I don’t even mind what Kervyn describes as the “Rollerball” helmet. I think it looks damn good, and way better than what we’re used to seeing on television so far. It also looks a helluva lot better than the usual Atom costume seen in comics:
What do you think? Would you watch the weekly adventures of Ray Palmer?
Blindspotting is the upcoming comedy drama starring Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal. Collin (Daveed Diggs) must make it through his final three days of probation for a chance at a new beginning. He and his troublemaking childhood best friend, Miles (Rafael Casal), work as movers, and when Collin witnesses a police shooting, the two men’s friendship is tested as they grapple with identity and their changed realities in the rapidly-gentrifying neighborhood they grew up in.
The new God of War has been five years in the making. It’s a big change for Kratos; not only has he switched over to a new Pantheon of gods to kill, but he’s also got a son in tow. In a world with new gods and monsters, Kratos must teach his son Atreus not only to survive, but also prevent him from making the same mistakes. It’s got everything you’d expect from God of War and more – with a strong narrative, a dark world and unflinching, brutal combat. AND NOW YUOU CAN WIN IT!
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