New ‘Peace Maker’ Image Reveals Judomaster in All His Corny Glory


A new look from the upcoming DC series People of Peace highlighted a new character, Judomaster, in a post shared on Twitter today. Judomaster looks ready for action, almost comical, and fans are excited to learn more about it.

The fan reaction to Judomaster has been phenomenal, with excitement at his character build and fans loving his addition to the show’s lineup.

The HBO Max series will premiere on the streaming platform next month, and fans are anxiously waiting to see what’s next for the main character. It’s easy to see Peacemaker as a hero or a villain, depending on which side of the equation you’re looking at – but the point is, he’s much more complicated than that.

In a tweet shared by Gunn earlier this summer, he responded to the question of whether Peacemaker is a hero or a villain. His answer is a perfect example of how fans can watch Peacemaker to get to know him better.

It’s also possible that those fighting alongside Peacemaker will cross the line between hero and villain – and Judomaster is certainly in this equation.

According to the report of, the summary for the upcoming series is as follows:

“After the events of Suicide Squad, Peacemaker, a natural-born killer with expertise in every weapon known to mankind, is supposed to be in prison. He is approached by Clemson Murn, who offers him a chance to avoid jail time by working under him and forming a team to kill bad people. Tasked with killing Senator Royland Goff, Peacemaker teams up with Harcourt, their crime scene handler; John Economos, head of technology and tactics; Vigilante, and Adebayo, their rookie. The unlikely group of assassins will go to great lengths to regroup as a team, as Peacemaker also tries to mend his estranged father.

You can watch Judomaster in People of Peace on HBO Max starting January 13, with new episodes airing weekly. New ‘Peace Maker’ Image Reveals Judomaster in All His Corny Glory


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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