June 05, 2023  111 
Jack Quaid is a Younger, Clumsier Man of Steel

The new animated series from Adult Swim and Max follows Clark Kent in his early days at The Daily Planet alongside Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen.

Jack Quaid is perhaps best known as a hater of superheroes on The Boys. Now, he’s going to portray the biggest superhero of them all.

The new trailer for Adult Swim’s upcoming animated series My Adventures With Superman finds Quaid lending his voice to the Man of Steel. Quaid’s Clark Kent is joined by Alice Lee as Lois Lane and Ishmel Sahid as Jimmy Olsen. The three are newcomers at The Daily Planet in the series, and Lois sees the newly–arrived Superman as their key to graduating to “real reporters.”

So far, Lois has no idea that Superman himself works right beside her – though the fact that Clark’s clumsiness inadvertently triggers his powers could very well tip her off.

“I can do this! I’m gonna hide my powers and be a normal man having a normal day, starting now,” the hero says in the new trailer, right before accidentally ripping the handle off a door.

My Adventures With Superman was originally announced in 2021, alongside Batman: Caped Crusader. The latter show was canceled by HBO Max last year, but saved by Amazon. It will probably be a while before we see anything from it, but Quaid’s Man of Steel will be soaring this summer.

My Adventures With Superman will premiere with back–to–back episodes at midnight on Adult Swim on Thursday, July 6, with new episodes following every Thursday after that and streaming the next day on Max. Check out the key art below and the trailer above.

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April 06, 2023  120 
Jack Quaid Debuts as Superman in Animated Series

We never thought we’d see the day! “Wee” Hughie has become a supe.

Jack Quaid, who stars as vigilante supe–slayer Hughie Campbell on Amazon’s R–rated satire The Boys, is now playing the most famous of supes ever, Superman, in an upcoming DC animated series. Quaid’s Man of Steel makes his debut in a teaser that dropped Thursday for My Adventures With Superman, coming to Adult Swim and HBO Max.

The footage, though brief, sees the Kryptonian strongman thwarting a bank heist involving a metahuman and quickly checking on the safety of two bystanders, Lois Lane (Alice Lee) and Jimmy Olsen (Ishmael Sahid).

My Adventures With Superman is going to be a coming–of–age story for Clark Kent, who’s in his 20s forming an investigative reporting team with Lois and Jimmy at The Daily Planet. It’s all about Clark building his secret identity, while exploring his origins and falling in love with Lois, who gets closer and closer to discovering Clark’s true self while becoming a star reporter.

Then cut over to the Prime Video streaming platform, where a live–action Quaid always seems to be covered in the blood of whatever out–of–control superhero he just blew up with an anal pipe–bomb on The Boys. Quaid’s got a healthy balance going on.

My Adventures With Superman also marks the latest voice performance from the actor, who’s also a mainstay on the animated Star Trek: Lower Decks. A premiere date for the DC show has not been announced. It’s just “coming soon” at this stage.

Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!) executive produces My Adventures With Superman, and Jake Wyatt (Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus) and Brendan Clogher (Voltron: Legendary Defender) co–executive produce. Josie Campbell (She–Ra and the Princesses of Power) is a co–producer.

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