The writers of The CW‘s Stargirl made it very clear that they weren’t against killing off their characters in season 1. And now, the identical may very well be stated for Stargirl Season 2. With a villain like Eclipso navigating the story, it was solely a matter of time earlier than characters began dying. Sadly, a few these deaths got here in episode 6, “Summer School: Chapter Six.”
[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from Stargirl Season 2 Episode 6, “Summer School: Chapter Six.”]
Who died in the current episode of ‘Stargirl’ Season 2?
Viewers lastly realized what Cindy’s plans had been for Mike in episode 6 of Stargirl Season 2. She didn’t need Courtney’s youthful brother to hitch the Injustice Society of America. She wished to make use of him as bait to lure the Justice Society of America to their doom. And that’s precisely what she did, resulting in an epic combat in Blue Valley Excessive Faculty’s cafeteria.
Courtney took on Cindy, Yolanda confronted Isaac, Rick fought with Artemis, and Beth rescued Mike. As at all times with Stargirl, the fights had been masterfully choreographed and mesmerizing to observe. Stargirl undoubtedly has probably the greatest stunt groups on tv.
The combat seemingly ended when the JSA’s energy overtook the ISA. However Cindy had an ace up her sleeve, or ought to we are saying a diamond. Lengthy story brief, the Shade confirmed up, and Eclipso possessed Cindy. The Shade and Eclipso fought, however when Courtney tried to step in, her Workers touched the black diamond, making it explode and launch Eclipso. Lastly, followers bought to see the villain in his true kind, but it surely got here at an incredible value.
Eclipso stabbed Isaac with considered one of Cindy’s shivs and absorbed his soul. Then, Eclipso killed Cindy with one of many shards of the diamond. It sucked her right into a darkish puddle. Stargirl Season 2 will not be taking part in round.
What’s subsequent for ‘Stargirl’ Season 2?
So, Cindy and Isaac are useless. The Shade was wounded from his combat with Eclipso. Courtney’s Cosmic Workers has misplaced its gentle after Eclipso touched it. Pat remains to be recovering from when Artemis and Isaac beat him up in his store. And Mike desires to formally be a part of the JSA so he can shield himself.
How was this previous episode not a season finale? And if episode 6 of Stargirl Season 2 was this intense, think about what the precise season finale will appear like.
There’s a lot already occurring in Stargirl Season 2. And it feels just like the season is simply now getting began after Eclipso’s arrival. Followers are sure to see extra extravagant fights, deaths, triumphs, and shocks as Stargirl Season 2 continues. If the preview for the subsequent episode is any indication, Eclipso may have some enjoyable messing with the members of the JSA.
Why was now the time for Eclipso to point out his face?
Stargirl Season 2 showrunner Geoff Johns beforehand teased Eclipso’s arrival. Johns claimed that the present’s first few episodes would construct as much as Eclipso lastly revealing his terrifying bodily kind to boost the villain’s momentum.
Nick Tarabay, the actor who portrays Eclipso, talked to ComicBook.com concerning the timing of his character’s arrival. He stated, “They decided that this is the best time for Eclipso to show up… And I also truly believe… This is my interpretation, obviously, but again, the directors would probably tell you a better reason. But, I do believe nowadays, in the new era of film and television, everything is a quick fix, you get everything right away. There’s no anticipation in a way, there’s no cooking. Everybody wants out of the fast food, so it was actually refreshing to have this flip a little. And for a character like Eclipso, who has never been on… Ever since the comic books, ever been live-action before. I did not mind this at all, actually. The more you wait for him, the more you’re going to be rewarded, in a way.”
Followers had been certainly rewarded with the terrifying reveal of Eclipso in episode 6 of Stargirl Season 2. And we have now a sense that the scary component of this season will solely get darker now that Eclipso is formally parading down the streets of Blue Valley.
Stargirl Season 2 airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW.