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- For other uses of Painkiller, see Painkiller (disambiguation).
Painkiller is an upcoming television series, acting as a spin-off of . It is currently in development for The CW. The seventh episode of the fourth season of served as a backdoor pilot for the potential series.
|Khalil Payne is a young man ridden with the guilt of his troubled past from his former life in Freeland City, where, as a super-enhanced killing machine known as Painkiller, he was both a member of Tobias Whale’s gang and a weapon of Agent Odell and the shadowy ASA. After attempting to bury the darker, devastatingly lethal Painkiller part of his persona, Khalil has distanced himself away from everyone he knows and loves in a new city, Akashic Valley, in order to find peace, but peace never comes easy for men with pasts like Khalil Payne and Painkiller. As his violent, destructive history crashes his idyllic new beginning, Khalil is thrusted back into action with a new mission - bring justice where he once gave out punishment - but to do that, he will first have to deal with and harness his darker side, Painkiller.|
- Jordan Calloway as Khalil Payne/Painkiller
- Sibongile Mlambo as Maya Odell
- Alexander Hodge as Philky
- James Roch as Donald
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- Maya: A strikingly attractive woman yet is icy and mysterious, and a natural leader who immediately gives the impression that she is someone who expects results and is not to be messed around with.
- Philky: A ruggedly handsome [man] with long raven hair, ink art on his body, and one born from a strong and honorable Chinese lineage. Philky was once a homeless alcoholic from Gotham but now works as an inconspicuous bartender and an exceptionally gifted tech wiz helping Khalil.
- Cousin Donald: A larger-than-life, gentle giant who wears a distinct uniform – head-to-toe leather with matching boots – a juxtaposition of his military past. He was a medic in the Marines and knows medicine well but also has the ability to talk perspective to others. There is a duality about Cousin Donald, which is why he understands Khalil better than others.
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