Last month, we revealed that actor Doug Jones has signed on to play the villainous Deathbolt in CW's Arrow in an upcoming episode entitled "Broken Arrow". Today, the actor took to his Twitter page to reveal that his character will also appear in an episode of The Flash entitled "Rogue Air,"which will be the 22nd episode of Season 1. No details were given on how the character will cross over from Arrow's Starling City to The Flash's Central City, but it seems that The Flash keeps adding more members of the superhero group the Rogues, and who may be fully assembled by the season finale.
Jake Simmons, a.k.a. Deathbolt, was created in 1983 by Roy Thomas and Jerry Ordway. first appearing in All-Star Squadron #21. This powerful villain has the ability to manipulate electricity, and was also given the nickname "The Human Battery" in the comics. His appearance in Arrow will be the the first time a "metahuman" will appear in the series, so it makes sense that he will also cross over to The Flash, where several metahumans have appeared.Read More
The CW's hit series Arrow is bringing in yet another DC Comics villain, with actor Doug Jones (Hellboy) signing on to play Deathbolt in the 19th episode of Season 3, entitled "Broken Arrow". No details were given about how Deathbolt first comes to Starling City.
Jake Simmons, a.k.a. Deathbolt, was created in 1983 by Roy Thomas and Jerry Ordway. first appearing in All-Star Squadron #21. This powerful villain has the ability to manipulate electricity, and was also given the nickname "The Human Battery" in the comics. His addition to Arrow is rather important, since he will be the first "metahuman" to appear in Starling City, aside from The Flash crossover episode. It isn't known if Simmons got his powers during the S.T.A.R. Labs explosion in Central City that gave Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and several others their powers on The Flash, or if another cause for his powers will be given.Read More
Actor Doug Jones has signed onto portray an alien in the 20th Century Fox comedy Neighborhood Watch. The actor is best known for playing otherworldly characters in prosthetic makeup, such as Abe Sapien in Hellboy and Fauno in Pan's Labyrinth.
Neighborhood Watch centers on a group of suburbanite fathers who start a Neighborhood Watch group to get in some male bonding time away from their families. The group discovers they are in over their heads when they stumble upon an alien plot to destroy the world.Read More