POWERS Cast Talks Season 2 at Emerald City Comicon

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POWERS Cast Talks Season 2 at Emerald City Comicon

We just got off the stage at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle and couldn’t wait to share the latest on Powers season 2 with our PlayStation fans. During our panel, members from the cast of Powers joined executive producers Remi Aubuchon, Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming to reveal more details on the highly anticipated second season of Powers. Powers season 2 is premiering in the US and Canada on May 31st on PlayStation.

Powers Season 2 Panel at Emerald City Comicon

The panel discussed the new emphasis this season on the rise of younger heroes like Calista (Olesya Rulin) and Zora (Logan Browning) along with newcomer Sgt. Martinez (Raul Casso), a military veteran who won’t let the loss of three limbs stop him from making a difference in the world in the wake of Retro Girl’s death. It was also revealed that Deena Pilgrim (Susan Heyward) takes a more prominent role this year. Expect more wisecracks and ass-kicking from everyone’s favorite Detective Pilgrim!

At the panel we debuted a new scene from season 2 which shows Calista revealing her new found powers to Walker, who’s still grieving the loss of the woman he loved. And as a special treat for the fans, you’ll notice that the scene ends with our striking new title sequence which was designed by Michael Avon Oeming himself, the co-creator and artist of the Powers comic. It’s truly incredible work and representative of the new tone in season two. You can check it out here:

POWERS Cast Talks Season 2 at Emerald City Comicon

We’re incredibly excited for this show to premiere on May 31st. Keep checking back with us on PlayStation.Blog and be sure to follow the official POWERS Twitter and Facebook accounts as we continue to share more from the awesome new season of Powers.

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  • Let’s be honest here, folks….does anyone really care about this show??

    • Wow, living up to your name, I see, +rudetoy. Yes, I watched Season 1 and I’m very much looking forward to Season 2!

    • I’m looking forward to it, but I have no problem admitting that season 1 wasn’t very good. The product placement alone was very disengaging.
      Still, I’ll be watching season 2 and I hope it’s better.

    • The first season was in no way perfect but it was a decent starting place. It was also free. The new trailer looked pretty good and I’m looking forward to it.

      Understandably you have an opinion but judging by the comments no one is looking forward to your next one.

    • Well I was at Comic-Con and saw this panel and I was impressed New Moon this is also a comic has the backing of Marvel the directors and writers are known in the industry they seem to listen to seem to fix what was wrong with the show did you have some really strong characters I believe will be a better season 2

    • I dont care at all

  • Whatever. I’d rather Sony concentrated on making improvements to PS PLUS and bringing better games to PS NOW, instead on focusing on a little-seen show that has very little impact for gamers.

  • The first season of Powers began a little slow and a bit confusing but as the episodes progressed, I began to enjoy the series very much and look forward to season 2. I hope it surpasses my expectations. By the way, the special effects are excellent and the characters are not only good actors but also good looking!

  • show was decent i don’t get the hate ol dude left for the show. If you feel PS Plus needs improvements then state your claim in an actual ps plus games blog post or message sony via twitter. The complaints are warranted and understand but please let people do their job. Anyway I’m looking forward to season 2. Season was cool and I hope it gets better. Hopefully the visuals are improved this season as well. Last but not least I’m curious to see Micheal Madsen in this season.





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