'Smallville: Booster' Pictures

SmallV_booster_BG3Here are some pics from the CW’s SMALLVILLE upcoming episode Booster, in which:

“…A fame-hungry superhero from the future, Booster Gold (guest star Eric Martsolf, “Days of Our Lives”), sweeps into town and begins making saves and posing for press ops, completely winning over the city of Metropolis. 
Booster begins his campaign to take The Blur’s place as the “World’s Greatest Superhero” and tries to charm Lois into writing a story about him, but she’s not having his antics and begins her own campaign for The Blur. 
SmallV_booster_BluB During one of Booster’s saves, an alien weapon in the form of a scarab falls from a truck and fuses itself to a boy named Jaime Reyes (guest star Jaren Brandt Bartlett), turning him into the Blue Beetle.  Unfortunately, Jaime is unable to control the suit and Blue Beetle starts attacking Metropolis. “

 
Also seen is what looks like an iconic moment for the future Man of Steel.
 
 

"Sup... er, The Blur!"
"Sup... er, The Blur!"

 
"This looks like a job for..."
"This looks like a job for..."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Series star Tom Welling directed the episode, written by DC’s Geoff Johns.
SMALLVILLE returns Friday April 15th, with Kent, which features some alternate Earth action. Booster is set for the following week.

'Smallville' Casts Booster Gold, Blue Beetle

eric-martsolfEntertainment Weekly reports that SMALLVILLE has cast Eric Martsolf (DAYS OF OUR LIVES) as time-traveling superhero wannbee Booster Gold for the episode Booster.

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Jaren Brandt Bartlett

Also in the episode will be Jaren Brandt Bartlett (THE TROOP) as the current alien armor-wearing Blue Beetle, Jamie Reyes.

According to TV Guide,  Sebastian Spence (FIRST WAVE) will appear as previous comic book Blue Beetle, Ted Kord. He was the second version of the character (inspired by the golden age  Beetle, Dan Garett), begining in the 196o’s for Charlton Comics, and later acquired by DC and teamed with Booster Gold as humorous team for a Justice League run in the 1980’s.  Sebatian Spence
Producer Brian Peterson describes the SMALLVILLE Kord role as a “captain of industry who has lost a valuable weapon…the scarab. He’ll cross paths with Booster Gold, Jaime Reyes, and, of course, Clark.” So at a guess, not appearing  in costume as a Blue Beetle.
DC Entertainment creative honcho Geoff Johns wrote the episode.