DC Comics villain and fans favorite Lobo will make his live-action debut in the upcoming season of the Sci-Fi Channel’s Krypton.
As reported by the Hollywood Reporter, actor Emmett J. Scanlan has been cast to play the ruthless bounty hunter in season 2 of Krypton, which is expected to return sometime next year. The first season aired back on March 21, 2018, and consisted of ten, 43-minute episodes. The series takes place on Krypton, some 200 years before the birth of Kal-El/Superman and details the events leading up to the eventual destruction of the planet.
Here is the first look at Scanlan’s Lobo:https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/krypton-casts-lobo-season-2-1148813 Source: Syfy
So, what do you think about the casting decision? Are you a fan of Krypton? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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The 12 Most Absurd Plots From Comic Book Supervillains
Doctor Octopus Tries To Become Spider-Man’s Uncle
Most supervillains would probably never think to marry an old lady just to steal her inheritance, but, then again, most supervillains probably wouldn’t rock a bowl cut either. In one of the most laughable schemes to ever occur within the pages of Spider-Man, the mechanical armed mad scientist discovers that Peter Parker’s elderly Aunt May has inherited a fully functional, abandoned nuclear facility. Exactly why the facility is both fully functional and abandoned is a mystery that ultimately goes unanswered but all the reader needs to know is that Doc Ock wants it and he’s not willing to just steal it like any normal, self-respecting villain would.
When Spider-Man learns about his enemy’s dishonest intentions to wed his aunt, he rushes out to try and halt the ceremony, but before he can crash the wedding, someone else beats him to it. Having also learned about Aunt May’s inheritance, third-rate Spider-Man villain Hammerhead tries to cut in on the action and kidnap her. Luckily Spider-Man beats him to it and carries his unconscious aunt off to safety while Hammerhead and Doc Ocks get left behind as the nuclear plant goes into meltdown. Perhaps someone should have explained to them that just because you marry someone doesn’t automatically entitle you to all their stuff.http://goodcomics.comicbookresources.com/2015/09/11/and-of-course-so-why-does-doctor-octopus-want-to-marry-aunt-may/ Source: Goodcomics.comicbookresources.com