It’s not a stretch to say comics are everywhere on the pop culture landscape — movies, television, books and beyond. These colorful heroes are a part of our daily lives, and we’re proud to unveil something very cool — and by “cool,” I mean something special, that we’ve never done before on THE SOURCE. As most of you know, BLACKEST NIGHT writer Geoff Johns has done his fair share of Hollywood work, including but not limited to working with SUPERMAN director Richard Donner. He's also written episodes of SMALLVILLE. The most recent, titled “Absolute Justice” features the television debut of some of his -- and your -- favorite DCU heroes, including Hawkman, Stargirl and Dr. Fate. In other words, the Justice Society of America. The first superhero team in history and one that holds a special place not only for Geoff, but for fans everywhere. So, needless to say, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention it here. We'd be doubly at fault if we didn't corral Geoff himself to share a few words, too. Take it away, Geoff: "It's the first live action Justice Society of America. Hawkman, Doctor Fate and, my personal favorite, Stargirl. But don't expect them to be the one ones you see. Look closely in this episode. There's more cameos and easter eggs than Green Lanterns." Oh, and did I mention we have an exclusive clip from the episode, courtesy of the fine folks at The CW? Click below to view. Enjoy!