It’s the first season finale for Legends of Tomorrow, and boy did they go out with a bang. Don’t worry though, the show has been picked up for a second season. Hopefully the wait will be worth it. Spoilers ahoy!
It’s the penultimate episode for Arrow as well, and while they definitely felt the needs to keep the excitement up they at least had the decency to give us Curtis this episode. Spoilers ahoy!
It’s the one we’ve all been waiting for. The team is finally ready to take Savage on head first at the one time and place they know they can find him. It’s an action based episode with some pretty cool special effects, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on the plot. Spoilers ahoy!
We get a first look at Barry without his powers (again). We resolve a few loose ends plotwise. Then we see the set-up for the next showdown with Zoom. While mostly a filler episode, there were a few ‘big’ things happening in this episode. Spoilers ahoy.
It’s showdown time between Flash and Zoom this week as we get into the home stretch. There’s only five episodes left this season. We also see the Flash side of the Supergirl tie-in. Spoilers ahoy!
I’ve been looking forward to this episode for awhile. Not just because I have a soft spot for Westerns either. We finally got to see [that person!] in the DCTVU. I’ll save the spoilers for after the jump, though I’d be surprised if you didn’t know who I was referring to there.
It’s the question that usually pops up when you’re talking about time travel. Would you kill an innocent person to stop them from becoming a monster and bringing tragedy to the world? There’s been a lot of interpretations of this question, and while I think Legends misses the mark a bit, the episode was pretty decent.…
The season is heating up with only five episodes left and we’re staring to really get a feel for the end game. Last night’s episode was pretty heavy emotionally and plotwise. Let’s talk about it this week’s recap. Spoilers ahoy!
It didn’t have a Harry Potter joke. I was really waiting for one too. Oh, well. A lot of other interesting things did happen in this episode though. I’ll leave it to you to decide if it was for better or worse though. I think it was more good than bad personally, but far from perfect. Spoilers ahoy!
One month was too long after that stupid cliffhanger, but the Flash is back and the scene is getting set for the finial stretch of this season it looks like. “Trajectory” wasn’t just a solid episode, it was a good pivot point as well. Spoilers ahoy!
When King Shark was just a minor bad guy that was littler more than a running joke it was a disappointment. Last night’s episode totally made up for that right here. There’s also a minor Arrow crossover with a bit of a spoiler, so be aware. Let’s talk about the latest episode of The Flash. Spoilers ahoy!
Wow. That was an interesting (but not unsurprising) turn of events on last night’s Arrow. Honestly, there isn’t much to recap though as it was a pretty slow episode compared to others this season. Spoilers ahoy! (After a funny gif buffer)
The second part of the team’s adventures on Earth-2 was last night, and it was pretty intense all around. Not always the good kind of intense, but it had some great moments. Let’s hear your thoughts. Spoilers starting now.
On Legends of Tomorrow, the team heads to 1986 for their next lead on Vandal Savage, just in time to accidentally get involved in the cold war. Here’s the promo for the episode, followed by a spoiler-filled recap (filling in for Aderyn on this one, and figured I’d do this while it’s fresh in my memory, but I’ll add…
Soooo...I’m not even sure what I can say about this episode that isn’t a spoiler. It was action packed and invoked many loud reactions. Is that spoilery? Is this a long enough lede? Close enough, spoilers start now.
It’s here. It’s finally here! We got to see Earth-2! Enough fangirling, let’s talk about the doppelgangers. Let’s talk about the cool futuristic comic-book like vibe Earth-2 Central City gives off. Let’s talk about all the other cool things from this episode. Spoilers ahoy!
Legends of Tomorrow is still finding it’s stride. The episode was far from perfect, and the characters relationships are still developing. I think it really has potential though, and we started to see some of it tonight. Spoilers Ahoy!
Okay, yes, this episode has issues. Yes, there is a suspension of disbelief required. No, I don’t care. This episode was fun 88% of the time and it was ridiculous enough that I can forgive it’s faults. Even the serious parts were enjoyable. Spoilers AHOY!
This morning’s news of the Supergirl/Flash crossover has sent fans into a giddy tailspin, and rightfully so. Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist have embodied their characters in a way that they’ve never really been before. A lot of people are asking how is this going to work? Well, let’s see...
The second part of the two part premiere aired last night, and I think the second was a much stronger episode of the two. The show is pretty ambitious, but it manages to capture on film what makes comics (and time travel ones at that) enjoyable. Spoilers Ahoy!