Reader James Mike Osborne pointed out this page on an official-looking fansite (they note the real official site's link in their sidebar) which claims that actor Stephen McHattie will play the role of Hollis Mason, the original "Nite-Owl."
Fiiiiiire ... Superhero Hype has scorching new set photos from Toronto, catching up on the destruction.
CBR News has a slew of video previews for next week's season premiere, "Four Months Later."
Meanwhile, director Greg Beeman has returned to blogging, and he includes some spoilers but mostly summer photos.
According to Variety, Dimension Films has completed casting for spoof comedy Superhero and set a March 28 release date. Written and directed by Craig Mazin, the cast includes Drake Bell, Sara Paxton, Christopher McDonald, Leslie Nielsen, Kevin Hart, Marion Ross, Ryan Hansen, Jeffrey Tambor and Brent Spiner and is produced by David Zucker and Robert K. Weiss.
Kryptonsite has the official network description for the October 11th episode, "Fierce."
Deleted scenes? Cool -- have some screen captures from over at the TFW2005 message boards.
LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES
Speaking of screen captures, look into the future of season two with these shots at Comics2Film.
JLA: NEW FRONTIER
IESB has a ten minute preview of the new animated direct-to-DVD feature.
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