Wayne Brady Cast As WWII Supersoldier 'Gravedigger' On Black Lightning

by Outsiders
October 10, 2019
TVLine is reporting that Wayne Brady, the game show host and Emmy-winning Whose Line Is It Anyway? improv artist is set to play the DC Comics character of Tyson “Gravedigger” Sykes on Black Lightning in early 2020.

Black Lightning‘s “Gravedigger” is described as a World War II-era member of the U.S. military who became a “supersoldier” after a secret experiment gifted him with enhanced strength, agility, tactical genius and hand-to-hand combat expertise. After the war, Sykes defected to the country of Markovia rather than return to a segregated America.

Sykes’ aim to create a sovereign land for metahumans within Markovia will set him on a collision course with both the ASA and Black Lightning.
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silverback77346 - 2019-10-11 @ 7:14 pm

Not familiar with this character, but I wonder if he will be older or did he get frozen like Cap? Black Lightning used to be my number one DC show, but now its number two thanks to TITANS. Flash is number three.

Satam - 2019-10-11 @ 3:53 am

Sykes, not Spikes. And he's not a villain. At least, he isn't in the comics.

clockstomper - 2019-10-11 @ 2:32 am

Chappelle tried to warn us he was a super villain!

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