SDCC ’12: Castle’s Molly Quinn To Voice Supergirl In Upcoming DC Animated Feature
Although this year there was no “Castle” panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, that did not stop one of the actresses in the series, and self-proclaimed fan-girl, Molly Quinn to be at the convention. The reason of going is not only because she is a fan-girl but also because she wanted to be with her “Castle” co-star, Nathan Fillion, who was at the “Firefly” cast panel celebrating the tenth anniversary of the legendary science fiction series directed by Joss.
However, this time is Molly who gets all the attention and she cant hide her enthusiasm in being part of the project. It seems that the young actress is going to give voice to Supergirl in an upcoming DC animated feature in which we will see another adaptation of one of her stories, presumably related to Brainiac and the city of Kandor.
“I’m so excited to be a part of the DC family, not to mention helping Superman fight crime,” “I’m thrilled about our ‘Super’ project. And that my character happens to be named Supergirl? Well, that’s just a bonus.”
The story seems to be the arc titled “Superman: Brainiac”, which corresponds to Action Comics # 866-870. A story written by Geoff Johns and featuring pencils by Gary Frank that revolves around Superman’s nemesis Brainiac and the bottle city of Kandor, which survived the destruction of Krypton, Superman’s home planet.
Long before Superman came to Earth, the Kryptonians had battled Brainiac, a cold, cruel alien obsessed with the control of knowledge. Brainiac now has its sights on destroying Earth and end the last son of Krypton once and for all. This epic battle will change the world of superman forever.
The as-yet-untitled project will be out on home video and digital download sometime in 2013.
This article was submitted by one of ComicBookTherapy’s contributors. Every contributor must agree and abide by ComicBookTherapy’s Site User Agreement. ComicBookTherapy.com is protected from liability under “OCILLA” (Online Copyright Infringement Liablity Limitation Act) and will actively enforce said provisions. If you represent an individual or company and feel as though this article has infringed on any of our terms or any existing copyrights, please contact us for a speedy removal.
Source : TVGuide