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    • Just to start us off, a great moment from the Supergirl/Flash crossover:

      Cw show

      And now for your regularly scheduled program.

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    • I wonder if they're gonna keep that in when they rerun the episode on the CW. :P

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    • I was literally going to make a second thread right now but I saw this was here, nice job. Other one got very laggy lol.

      Anyway, lmao Sci. That was a great moment, it's almost like she predicted Supergirl's move to CW right then and there. Bit creepy, actually.

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    • It wasn't that hard to predict. Supergirl was doing terrible by CBS' standards and almost it's whole staff worked mainly on superhero shoes at CW.

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    • Also, I read REBIRTH Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Aquaman earlier; all were really improvements based on what we saw last week (in particular, what we saw in Batman ;_;). Aquaman was probably my favorite, which surprised me.

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    • We have Aquawoman no!@

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    • I picked the following four comic books today:

      The Flash: Rebirth - This was the most-most-most related to DC Rebirth issue of the entire Rebirth one-shot lines and frankly , it was great, the Professor Zoom and Black Flash cameos were awesome, the way this book showed us an aftermath of the Barry/Wally convo was great, and Batman and Flash together? AWESOME, I loved it, 8.5

      Wonder Woman: Rebirth - This was basically the best Rebirth one-shot yet, the way this sets up Wonder Woman's new status quo was great, and I'm gonna love reading Wonder Woman's quest to find out what is actually the truth, 9

      Green Lantern: Edge of Oblivion #6 - This was a bloody brilliant conclusion to a bloody brillliant story, this book just told us what Green Lantern really is about, 8.5

      Civil War: The Amazing Spider-Man - (And I know its not a DC book but hey, who cares) I honestly just read it for the gorgeous cover but I wasn't disappointed, when Civil War happened the first time, Spidey was caught in the center of it, and this time was no different, this was great. I think Spidey is sort of The Flash of the Marvel Universe, as both are quirky characters that are caught in the middle of universe-spanning events, 8.5

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    • hey nerd get your marvel filth off our DC thread

      > doesn't pick Aquaman: Rebirth

      you should, it was actually really good in my opinion

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    • >Typical Marvel vs. DC/DC vs. Marvel fanboy

      >Doesn't pick up Edge of Oblivion

      Legit trash smh

      Aquaman Rebirth doesn't look that interesting to me

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    • Ign has confirmed gorilla grodd and atrocitus apparently..for the injustice 2.

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    • I like Marvel, I just like DC more; but seriously get ur Marvel off our DC thread m8

      I didn't 'pick up' anything. You think I have money to buy comics?

      And Aquaman didn't look interesting to me either, but it surprised me.

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    • For those who haven't seen the new Injustice trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX0WA6yIZ7I

      I know next to nothing about DC, so can some explain to me why they all have Iron Man armor?

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    • Echoson wrote:
      For those who haven't seen the new Injustice trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hX0WA6yIZ7I

      I know next to nothing about DC, so can some explain to me why they all have Iron Man armor?

      It's basically just an example of the gear the characters can earn. From what I've seen so far on the information, characters can earn more gear from their battles, level up, etc.

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    • Oh wow, a fighting game with XP? Interesting...

      Man Superman was ruthless.

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    • PokeRob wrote:
      I like Marvel, I just like DC more; but seriously get ur Marvel off our DC thread m8

      I didn't 'pick up' anything. You think I have money to buy comics?

      And Aquaman didn't look interesting to me either, but it surprised me.

      Lol I meant reading them illegally online, i just said picked up (I literally don't legally own any comics except for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, X-Treme X-Men, JLA Annual #1, 52 and The Brave and the Bold) to sound fancy and to avoid a rant by Echoson.

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    • StreetMaster wrote:
      PokeRob wrote:
      I like Marvel, I just like DC more; but seriously get ur Marvel off our DC thread m8

      I didn't 'pick up' anything. You think I have money to buy comics?

      And Aquaman didn't look interesting to me either, but it surprised me.

      Lol I meant reading them illegally online, i just said picked up (I literally don't legally own any comics except for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, X-Treme X-Men, JLA Annual #1, 52 and The Brave and the Bold) to sound fancy and to avoid a rant by Echoson.


      >Echoson

      what you talking about bro

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    • Lol, it must be a typo. 

      • links to BTFF Theator 3000 thread*
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    • Injustice 2 gameplay was sick... Black Manta is sadly confirmed as a stage transition, which most likely means not a playable character for release; maybe DLC though. I'm happy we got Atrocitus; I wanted him from the beginning. Seeing Dexx-Star with him was kinda cool. Grodd surprised me, but it wasn't a bad surprise; I'm sure he'll be fun to play with. Most of the trailer just seemed like showing off Supergirl imo though.

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    • Seeing that trailer made me realize how good the mkx graphics were! The gameplay was really AWESOME and superman was practically whiping the butt of Atrocitus.

      My list of hype has changed to only Blue Beetle and Swamp Thing

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    • Not much of a comic books fan, prefer the animated shows, but I love Injustice and Injustice 2 is practically a gift from god now.. I mean, Blue Beetle? Already hyped.

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    • Just curious: is anybody getting the Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition DVD? Cause I'm gonna. 

      Trailer for the Ultimate Edition (SOME SPOILERS): 
      Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Trailer

      Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Trailer

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    • I more than likely will. I heard it's actually decent unlike most of the film, and I'd like to see what they cut out.

      Plus, isn't it like an extra hour worth of fighting or something? 

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    • Probably won't be able to afford the DVD; hopefully some of the cut scenes end up on YT for me to watch.

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    • For Street's sake, I read and got all caught up on Edge of Oblivion. Was pretty good, but not spectacular imo.

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    • WE GOT A LOT OF JUSTICE LEAGUE INFO REVEALED, SO HERE IT IS:

      Justice League 2017 film logo

      - It is no longer referred to as a two part film. Zack Snyder’s Justice League is simply that: Justice League, a complete, standalone film.

      - Expect a lighter tone than BVS, which was focused on being more akin to Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns, a much darker tale to begin with. Justice League is expected to be more of a fun, ensemble superhero piece that focuses on the building of the team and uniting to fight a common threat.

      - Justice League will have a heavy Jack Kirby influence, with the story revolving around the puruit of the three motherboxes, one from Earth, one from Atlantis, and one from The Amazonians.

      - The film takes places months after BVS, with Bruce heavily affected by Superman’s death and seeking to honor his sacrifice in building the Justice League. Rather than being a Batman on the edge, he is now a Batman full of hope, hinged entirely on created a team that can unite and fight common threats, while redeeming mankind, having learned his lessons in BVS.

      - A large part of the film focuses on Bruce assembling the team, with Superman’s return reserved for later in the film. About his comeback, Snyder was mum, although when I asked how his hair would be, Snyder joking said it might be “a little longer” which is significant if you remember the “Death of Superman” comics.

      - Amy Adams is back as Lois Lane.

      - In terms of villains, Steppenwolf is one of the key villains, although not necessarily the only one. The influence and presence of Darkseid is very much alive, with the parademons we saw in BVS once again appearing here. The role of Steppenwolf is expected to be cast soon. In addition, although not confirmed, it’s implied that Lex will have something to do with this story as well. How big or how little is unknown.

      - Ben Affleck confirmed that he is, in fact, directing a solo Batman film, but won’t begin production until the script is right, which he is currently working to get to that point.

      - The purpose of Affleck serving as Executive Producer on Justice League is primarily to have some oversight on the Batman character as he will be directing the solo outing. This gives Affleck the ability to help steer the character and make sure everything stays in line with his next onscreen adventure.

      - Batman’s suit will see some improvements from BVS, including armor plates underneath the costume to protect his vitals, seeing as he is the most vulnerable of the cast in terms of superpowers. In addition, we’ll see a new and improved version of his armored suit from BVS used at the end of Justice League.

      - Bruce Wayne will build a Waynetech carrier called The Flying Fox for the Justice League to utilize. In addition, Batman will have a new vehicle called The Nightcrawler, which was designed by his father, Thomas Wayne, and plays a large role in an underground tunnel battle.

      - Willem Dafoe’s role has been revealed as Vulko, a mentor character to Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. He's described as being from another generation thaa Aquaman with his costume being more courtly and elaborate, including silvery, washed out colors and a lot of gil elements around the neck, with the idea being that Atlantean culture was once above water and that their skin has adapted to breathing underwater.

      - Amber Heard's character, Mera, is a warrior and a sorceress, and is described as the costume designer's favorite, with her costume having a type of chaimail blended with the skin. There's a very elaborate fitting process with these Atlantian characters in order to make the costumes comfortable and work with the choreography of the fights, as they fit really close to their bodies, like scales.

      - JK Simmons’ Commissioner Gordon has the classic Jim Gordon look. Simmons is wearing a hairpiece, moustache, and glasses.

      - Ezra Miller’s Flash will feature heavily in the film and will provide much of the comic relief to the proceedings. His initial costume will be pieced together from spacesuit material, held together by electrified wire. He will rock a streamlined costume by the end of the film, designed by Waynetech.

      - Ray Fisher’s Cyborg costume will be all CGI, while the rest of the team’s costumes will be all practical.

      - Junkie XL will be back to score the film, although it’s unclear if collaborator Hans Zimmer will be involved. However, Zimmer’s themes will still be used regardless if he returns or not.

      - As far as the Man of Steel himself is concerned, when (and if) we do see him, Zack Snyder stated that his hair would be "...perfect - a little longer I guess - that’s what the myths are," which could relate to the Return of Superman storyline.


      Leave your thoughts below.

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    • Best news ever. If it is good the movie itself, I'll check it out when it releases.

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    • I'm really excited for this but also nervous at the same time. I don't really understand why Zack Snyder is still being placed as the director for this movie, especially after the average/below average ratings both Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman got (not saying I didn't like MoS; it was pretty good in most parts). I get that The Dark Knight Returns was a dark story, but that only added onto the dark element he already adds as the director. I'm hoping Geoff Johns' contributions make a positive change on the future DCCU films, especially to give it a more brighter feel rather than a war movie vibe.

      I'm also in love with the logo by the way, gives me a huge JLU vibe.

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    • Awesome @all of that.

      Artemis is in Arrow, by the way.

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    • Cool.

      (I can't really add to this anymore than everyone else already has)

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    • Okay, this gives me that hope I was talking about: http://comicbook.com/2016/06/21/barry-allen-meets-bruce-wayne-in-first-clip-from-justice-league/

      Not an actual clip to view, but from how it's described, it seems they are definitely taking notes from critics and fans like they say they are. I'm also now quite excited to see more of The Flash's comic relief in the Justice League movie.

      As for adding Artemis into Arrow, that sounds awesome. I can't wait to see what they have in store.

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    • I actually expected them to add Artemis to the show, but the actual one, not Evelyn.

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    • Flashbelike
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    • Dcmoms
      Sorryaboutyomomma
      Stillwaitings3
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    • Ahahahaha XD

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    • Sci100 wrote:

      Dcmoms
      Sorryaboutyomomma
      Stillwaitings3

      LOL.

      Although, technically, Barry's dad was killed in front of him too. :P

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    • Oh, we're using memes, huh? Well here is a meme not created by me:

      http://i.imgur.com/WZfz1La.jpg

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    • Yoooooooo, anyone hyped for SDCC tomorrow? Marvel and DC news, but mostly DC. Woo!

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    • WE GET TO SEE JLA AND FRICKIN FLASH SEASON 3!

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    • YESSSSS I KNOW RIGHT? All of the Arrowverse. I am so freaking pumped! Flash season 3 news, LOT season 2 news with the Justice Society, yesssssssssss. Oh, Arrow too, but I'm less hyped for that.

      Oh and of course DOCTOR FREAKING STRANGE, but that's Marvel.

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    • Honestly, it seems rather silly, but I may try it out, cause why not.

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    • It does seem kind of silly, but I think the art is visually appealing and I like majority of the designs (especially Batman's and Firestorm's). I would like to say I'm going to watch it, but I don't have cable, so... Emoticon_pokerface2.png

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    • PokeRob wrote:
      It does seem kind of silly, but I think the art is visually appealing and I like majority of the designs (especially Batman's and Firestorm's). I would like to say I'm going to watch it, but I don't have cable, so... Emoticon_pokerface2.png

      Oh ripppppp, you may be able to catch a stream on CN or eps may be uploaded later?

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    • Migster7 wrote:
      PokeRob wrote:
      It does seem kind of silly, but I think the art is visually appealing and I like majority of the designs (especially Batman's and Firestorm's). I would like to say I'm going to watch it, but I don't have cable, so... Emoticon_pokerface2.png
      Oh ripppppp, you may be able to catch a stream on CN or eps may be uploaded later?

      Alternatively

      Dankpirate
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    • The color choice in JLA seems like something from the 80s, it also reminds me of Omniverse, but the lip movement bothers me for somer reason. I like Wonder Woman's design, though.

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    • If you've seen Batman v Superman, I've edited the Courtroom Scene w/ Senator Finch and Superman to remove some .... "unnecessary" stuff. Tell me your thoughts please. 

      And yes, the edits are rough. I didn't exactly spend a whole lot of time on this. 

      Batman v Superman Courtroom Scene Edited Cut

      Batman v Superman Courtroom Scene Edited Cut

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    • The art style is visually appealing but the show itself seems rather silly. That doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing.

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    • They revealed two new Injustice 2 characters, Blue beetle and Wonder Woman!

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    • Meet the Justice League, everyone.

      JLPoster
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    • Here are my personal thoughts on how everyone looks and all.

      1. The entirety of the pic: I like the color, I like how everyone's kinda standing together, makes it seem like a neat team and gives off a cool vibe.
      2. The Flash: His costume is...odd. I don't hate it, I don't love it. The black is really weird to see, it almost looks fan made, but it isn't. I like the red, but it lacks a lot of yellow. His face resembles Daredevil's a little bit. Overall verdict: 5/10.
      3. Superman: He's supposed to be...dead. Why did they show him in this? That's just kinda weird. He doesn't look different at all. Overall verdict: 8/10.
      4. Cyborg: Ok, this guy looks cool, but they aren't showing too much of him. He's completely CGI, as you can see. I kinda dislike how the armor looks so open and weird, but maybe it's just the picture. Overall verdict: 7/10.
      5. Wonder Woman: She looks amazing as always, I love it. The color of her outfit, the way she looks, the actress is superb, and her equipment is nice. Overall verdict: 9.5/10.
      6. Batman: His new outfit...little too black, don't you think? I preferred his BVS one, at least it had some grey. This just looks completely all black, and it lacks color. I do like how he looks but the suit is too dark in my opinion. Overall verdict: 7/10.
      7. Aqauman: Why, oh why, aren't you green/gold? I can see some hints of gold, but overall he looks very dark and edgy which doesn't suit him much at all. Plus, why the LONG, dark hair? Why not blonde? Overall verdict: 5/10.
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    • Green Lantern is mysteriously absent...

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    • FOOTAGE OF JUSTICE LEAGUE ALSO: 

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIHH5-HVS9o

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    • My impressions:

      I really like the humor and the nice little rock song, it doesn't show too much which is great because I didn't want huge spoilers or for it to show me like everything in it.

      Aquaman still hasn't necessarily sold me yet, he's just ok.

      I kinda like Ezra's quirky Barry, but I need to see more of him.

      Cyborg's suit looks badass even more so now, and Batman's suit isn't as dark as the pic, I suppose.

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    • Alright, time to comment: 

      • 0:12 - Holy crap, Ben Affleck looks really old with that beard.
      • 0:21 - Okay, I don't know how I feel about Aquaman to be honest. Also, for a second he looked possessed until I saw his really light green eyes.
      • 0:22 - Rock music starts playing. Huh.
      • 0:29 - Two comments: I think its interesting that the Alanteans didn't bury it somewhere in Altantis, but rather on land. Also, Wonder Woman, nice.
      • 0:38 - So Victor Stone plays for Gotham City University. Cool. And he's #7.
      • 0:47 - "Barry Allen. Bruce Wayne. I'm here to talk to you about the Avengers Initiative." Bruce Wayne is the Nick Fury of the DC Extended Universe.
      • 0:54 - Okay, this Barry might work. I kinda like him.
      • 1:11 - Wonder Woman is Maria Hill. Cool.
      • 1:17 to 2:03 - By far the best moment of the trailer.
      • 2:03 afterwards - This is the part where as I watched all the people in costumes, I was like: wait, what fan film am I watching? Cause these don't look really.... movie-like. Oh and that "Arthur Curry. I hear you can talk to fish." .... *sigh*

      AVENGERS: DAWN OF JUSTICE

      COMING SOON IN 2017


      ... are we sure Zack Snyder is directing this? I am its not bad, it's just different than what I'm used to in DC stuff.

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    • While it is different and stuff, it seems like it's different in a really good way. We didn't get to see too much, which I'm glad, we mainly got introduced to the tone of the movie and the general plot. So far, it looks exceptionally better than BVS's super dark atmosphere and bland story, but I'd have to see more.

      Also, yes, I agree with you on some points, namely Bruce = Nick Fury. That is 10/10.

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    • Ok so some people might disagree.

      I loved it.

      Period.

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    • Flash season 3 trailer has premiered! Looks pretty amazing so far:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BTGpKJ2VR4

      LOT season trailer as well, though it mainly shows S1 stuff so eh:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOk8r0VX62Q

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    • That S3 trailer though!

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    • When will they release Arrow Season Five's trailer?

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    • Unsure, Supergirl and Arrow don't have theirs yet. Probably later tonight or tomorrow at the latest.

      JK here's Arrow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxG7JR4-nCM

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    • It looks cool. :)

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    • It's fitting that Supergirl is the last one to be shown..

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      • The Flash Season 3 trailer: Awesome as always, I can't wait to see more of the Flashpoint world.
      • Arrow Season 5 trailer: I really hope this season doesn't let us down, it seems to be better than Season 4.
      • Legends of Tomorrow trailer: Nothing much to say, but I can't wait to see Damien again.
      • Gotham Season 3 trailer: It wasn't much of trailer as it was a look back at previous seasons.
      • Suicide Squad trailer: Quirky as usual, I love the humor and style. Hopefully the actual movie lives up to the hype.
      • Wonder Woman trailer: Awesome, as I expected.
      • Justice League trailer: It seems Batman and Aquaman have some rivalry going on. I like Barry already, though I'm not too sold on Cyborg and Aquaman. Much more hyped for this than I was for Dawn of Justice.
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    • Can we get the SUPERGIRL TRAILER ALREADY?!

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    • Injustice-2-wonder-woman-blue-beetle-jaime-reyes.jpg.optimal

      Okay but why is nobody talking about this?

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    • I KNOW RIGHT! everybody thought it'd be somebody but Blue Beetle wasnt really a surprise, pretty much EVERYONE voted for him..next is Swamp thing and captain cold..

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    • I'm super hyped for Justice League Dark now that Matt Ryan's returning as John Constantine! Grin_2.png

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    • UltiVerse wrote:
      I'm super hyped for Justice League Dark now that Matt Ryan's returning as John Constantine! Grin_2.png

      I

      Know

      Right

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    • Lol I'm hyped for every animated DC movie. They're always great.

      I binge-read Injustice Year 5 last night and am up to date. Only took me an hour to read all 31 chapters; thank god they have short pages.

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    • IM SUPER EXCITED FOR JLD! but kinda wish they swapped Black Orchid for Madame Xanadu and Constantine for Andrew Bennet...and Deadman for Spectre/Phantom Stranger

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    • Or swap Black Orchid with Amethyst..

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    • PokeRob wrote:
      Lol I'm hyped for every animated DC movie. They're always great.

      I binge-read Injustice Year 5 last night and am up to date. Only took me an hour to read all 31 chapters; thank god they have short pages.

      What the hell. Are you sure you weren't skimming? 


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    • Definitely wasn't skimming. Have you read Injustice comics? They have like, at the most, 4 panels a page with mostly action and only about 18 pages a chapter. I could explain exactly what happened in order to prove that it wasn't skimming, but that'd be kinda stupid and spoilers so yep.

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    • PokeRob wrote:
      Definitely wasn't skimming. Have you read Injustice comics? They have like, at the most, 4 panels a page with mostly action and only about 18 pages a chapter. I could explain exactly what happened in order to prove that it wasn't skimming, but that'd be kinda stupid and spoilers so yep.

      I read Year Two in one day, but it wasn't an hour, but yeah, now I get what you mean.


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    • Is anyone else a little upset that Suicide Squad got negative reviews? While I'm still watching the movie (I liked Batman v. Superman even after those reviews came out), it's just a little unfortunate that this movie didn't win the critics over. This was supposed to stabilize the DCEU, not make it look worse. I think the trailers oversold the movie. If you compare the first ever trailer we got from last year's Comic-Con to the newer, quirky ones, you can see that there are very obvious differences, tone-wise. The newer ones were meant to showcase the fun, which was obviously to make the movie seem lighter than BvS. What do you guys think?

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    • I haven't seen it yet, but considering that fans of the movie petitioned to have Rotten Tomatoes shut down for giving the movie a negative rating, you're definitely not the only one that's a bit upset.

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    • I'm starting to wonder if the DCEU is a loss cause for a few reasons. 

      1. Good is no longer good enough anymore: With the release of the Avengers and Captain America films, along with the diversity of films like Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, etc., people are starting to expect more with their superhero films. The culprit is really The Dark Knight, which 8 years later is kind of biting DC in the butt a bit. It's gotten to a point where it can't just be a superhero film ala Spider-Man (2002) or even Spiderman 2. The generic superhero film that would have done excellent at the box office is now considered a critical failure.
      2. An Impossible Standard: Let's think about what people seem to want from their superhero films, in this case, let's say SH101 is a superhero film. Here's what that film needs. It has to be unique yet consistent, not too dark but not over the edge funny, awesome graphics but not drowning out the story, and it has to do something to change the conversation from the previous film. That's the standard that Marvel has set. With such a high regard for Marvel, the standard is set so high up, that anything below that is seen as bad, and even if they did get the standard up, you know that people would be crying out "COPYCAT".
      3. Impossible Expectations: If anything screwed me over when I saw Batman v Superman in theaters, it was expectations. My hype levels and expectations were unprecedented, and I got burned because of it. While trailers are supposed to get you hyped, with the high standards Marvel has created, in addition to the hype trailers, now you have more expectations. I think the best way to describe this is to quote the Honest Trailer for Batman v Superman:
      So suit up for a film that was so highly anticipated, it could never have lived up to the hype. That had to deliver the fight fans had wanted to see on the big screen for decades, address the controversy around Man of Steel, make enough money to complete with Marvel, be a sequel to Man of Steel and a Batman Solo movie, pander to jar-of-pee enthusiasts, form the Justice League, introduce: Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, Lex Luthor, Parademons...? Doomsday? Steppenwolf? The Death of Superman?! Whose idea was it to cram all of this into one movie?! They just burned through six movies worth of good material!!!

      –Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Honest Trailer, also known as "Fans v Batman v Superman v Critics v Other Fans v Executives v Zack Snyder v Expectations: Can't Do Them All Justice"


      Now on the plus side, it seemed like Suicide Squad was gonna be a nice fresh breath of air. But once again, those darn expectations and standards got in the way. I mean.... look at this. http://prnt.sc/c1ledg


      So yeah, I'm contemplating how long the DCEU will last. But at least we still have Wonder Woman and Justice League.... right?

      ....

      ....

      ....

      There's also the possibility that the film just pretty much sucks and isn't a good film at all, but come on, let me live in my fanboy denial for a little bit longer. I don't have a good superhero film until Doctor Strange comes out, and if Mig's userpage is any indication, that's a REALLY long time!

      Hail Scidra.

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    • Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice

      Everything Wrong With Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice

      Honest Trailers - Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice

      Honest Trailers - Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice

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    • Yea I kinda give up on the DCEU at this point; it feels like every film they release is either bad or mediocre.

      I personally thought Batman V Superman was ok at best, but Suicide Squad apparently is either the same level of even worse than that.

      They don't seem to learn from their mistakes, so I'm worried for other future films. While they look good, it seems as though DCEU's motto is:

      "Looks can be deceiving."

      Though, seeing as though some people want Rotten Tomatoes shut down as CaT mentioned, it might be better than critics are letting on. Who knows?

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    • I'll know by the end of the weekend and I'll make sure to give my opinion as well :P

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    • I have no real reaction to this, it's kind of a bit futile to argue about it isnt it? e-e

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    • imo Batman: The Telltale Series deserves a lot more attention.

      Buying it tomo.

      Hyped.

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    • DAMN TOTALLY FORGOT ABOUT THAT WOULDVE BOUGHT IT INSTEAD OF THE GTA V I JUST BOUGHT

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    • ANOTHER THING TO DESERVE ATTENTION! >:D

      I might see about this telltale series, i've never been a batman person until last march.

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    • "i've never been a batman person until last march."

      wow, did never know that you i could time travel.

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    • I meant until BVS came out, whenever that happened..

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    • Alright, what I was trying to imply with my former message was that until is not a past tense word.

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    • Alright, here are my thoughts on Episode 1:

      WARNING: The following text contains some MAJOR SPOILERS about what is being discussed. Click to show the spoilers at your own risk. Thank you.

      | Okay, for a first episode it was pretty good. The game is more focused on Bruce Wayne than Batman, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I think this is the first game where Bruce gets so much focus, in the Arkham series it was almost exclusively Batman.

      Falcone is voiced by Richard McGonagle, AKA OS Four Arms, that was a bit funny imo.

      Troy Baker is alright as Batman, but I would have preferred Roger Craig Smith. Why not Kevin Conroy? Well, this is a younger Batman, who hasn't faced any sort of super villains, just the mob and petty crooks. While Kevin might be the Batman, it's a more veteran version of the character, so he doesn't fit here imo.

      Now that Troy has voiced Bats, Richard, Tim, Jason and even the Joker, it's high time he voiced Alfred as well. I mean, it's the logical conclusion. (I am joking of course.)

      Harvey Dent has really been working out, that guy is huge, bigger than Bruce himself, not sure how I feel about this. Well, when the inevitable scarring occurs, I am now convinced he could hold his own against Batman.

      Also, I wanna know what diet Cobblepot used, because he looks more like a crane than a penguin to me.

      Speaking of Crane, I am sure he has something to do with that nerve agent Batman investigated in the docks.

      Also, Selina is seeing Harvey apparently. (I am sure it has nothing to with the fact that her voice actress, Laura Bailey is married to Travis Willingham, Harvey's voice actor. Nope, nothing at all.)

      And now, let's boil it down to the choices:

      In my first and main playthrough, I played a nice, somewhat snarky Bruce Wayne. I refused to shake Falcone's hand and made it pretty clear I don't want anything to do with him. I gave a quote to Vicki Vale, because honestly, refusing to tell the media anything regarding the scandal would be quite suspicious. I was also nice to Alfred, because c'mon man, the guy's basically a second father to Bruce, plus he is like the best butler ever. I chose to give the data to Gordon, Vicki isn't a bad choice either, but Gordon is more efficient and more trustworthy imo.

      Now, as for Batman, you didn't have too many dialogue options with him, but I was quite brutal and had a no-nonsense attitude. I broke the sniper's ribs and his arm. You might think this is too villainous for Batman, but honestly, I don't think that's the case. In the Arkham games, Batman would break arms and legs, land vicious punches and kicks and use environmental hazards without hesitating. Then again, by the point of Arkham Knight, Bruce was an emotional wreck and there was Joker's influence as well, but I'll leave it at that.

      The only time I showed restraint was in the final choice. I chose to arrest instead of brutalizing Falcone, because: 1) the brutalization choice was impaling Falcone on a rebar, which I think is uncharacteristic for Batman, I really don't think he would go that far. 2) The police and media had arrived on the scene, it would be best not to tarnish my reputation any further by showing such violence.

      The plot twist at the end was unexpected, but intriguing. Let's see how it unfolds.

      As for the color for the BatTech, I chose purple, because: 1) The original Batman costume had purple gloves. 2) The current Batman costume has a purple cape on the inside. 3) I like purple. Blue is also a nice choice and would probably be the "canon" choice.

      With that being said, I can't wait for Episode 2 to come out.


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    • Episode One was extremely good imo. With all the reviews, I thought it would be a 7.5 at best. But for me it was an easy 8.5. 

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      I'm pretty sure Falcone was voiced by the same guy who voices Sully in the Uncharted series so that was kinda weird since he's kinda the opposite of the kind-hearted old man Sully.

      Even tho Troy Baker is an extremely good voice actor, here, he just did the generic Batman/Bruce voice, and thats not really a bad thing.

      I honestly don't like the Harvey design at all. He looks way too unrealitic. The only other problem I had with this episode was that the lip-syncing in the prologue was bad imo.

      Ok, so lets get to Oswald, the design seems to be a homage of the most popular incarnation of Penguin from Gotham. What I'm genuinely surprised to learn now is that Penguin is British?????

      Can't wait for Episode 2.

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    • I just watched Suicide Squad; all I can say is that in my opinion, the critics were most definitely wrong. 

      The beginning was a bit lackluster and relied too heavily on CGI, but it picked up a lot of fuel and really got going after some of the origin parts. As someone who tried to avoid information on the movie for fear of spoilers, I was surprised to see Deadshot be the prominent character. Deadshot was the funniest character, sending the theatre into subtle laughter with his one-liners, and had some of the most badass scenes, while Harley Quinn was the most interesting. They did a great job with Harley's first big-screen portrayal.

      All in all, I'd rate Suicide Squad a 7.5/10.

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    • Better to Reign in Hell (Gotham): It was a good beginning for the season, suffice to say, but I'm not sure how to feel about the series drifting apart from its original premise, and the fact that Jim Gordon isn't very Jim Gordon-like.

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      | Burn the Witch (Gotham): I think this episode brought back the biggest con of the series; the enormous cast. There are so many "main" characters that the focus keeps shifting. This episode could've done without Ivy, she didn't bring much to the table. Anyway, Bruce's subplot was awesome. I can't wait to see more of the Court and that clone. Next, I really wish Penguin killed Fish, but hey, more conflict.


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    • Finished Gotham S1 a while ago and S2 on Netflix tonight. I won't say anything because a.) I'm lazy b.) Spoilers, but S1 and S2 were great. S1 was a bit hard to get into, but so worth it.

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    • Yeah, Season 1 starts off a little slow. Glad you like the show. Smile.png

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    • Did you like Penguin tho? Penguin was my favorite aspect of S1 and watching him go from a two bit runt to the "king of Gotham" was just amazing. This is why I hated it when S2 dumbed down Penguin's character.

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    • Penguin is my favorite character, period. I say what happened to him in Burn the Witch was a bad move, but I'm keen to see how it all plays out.

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    • Honestly, Penguin was a really boring aspect of S2 for me despite the great potential he had after S1. Another boring thing about S2 was that most of it just seemed like "screw you Jim". At first the obstacles for Jim were fun and exciting, but so many stupid things kept happening to Jim that it became redundant and stupid for me.

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    • I expected S2's Penguin arc to be a lot more funner due to him now being top at the food chain but it just felt kind of boring and cliche. 

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      | *Look Into My Eyes (Gotham): Great episode, possibly one of my new favorites. Benedict Samuel does awesome as the Mad Hatter, and I like Penguin's journey to becoming mayor. Also, I look forward to what the show has in store for Bruce's clone. The show's getting better and better.

      • Flashpoint (The Flash): Honestly, while awesome nonetheless, I think we should've seen Barry when he just arrived in the Flashpoint timeline. Other than that, everything was pretty great, though I wish Flashpoint would've been on a higher scale.
      • Legacy (Arrow): I don't like that Oliver started killing again. While the first kill was warranted in my opinion, I feel the others should've been spared. The promise to Laurel was overhyped, and ended up being pretty predictable. Also, the S.C.I reminds me of the same task force they did on Gotham. I really liked this episode's flashbacks. Hopefully, the show will begin returning to what made it great. I just worry that we'll never get a lighter Oliver like in the comics.


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      | *Follow the White Rabbit (Gotham): Okay, seriously, this series is getting really good. This episode was really awesome, especially Jim's subplot. I'm not sure about you guys, but I kinda thought Mad Hatter was gonna kill Lee instead of Valerie. Also, I don't really get what Barbara has to offer for the show anymore. She provides info and all, but she's kinda just there with no development.

      • Welcome to Earth (Supergirl): Just like Gotham, Supergirl is getting better and better. Really liked the introduction of the alien club and Mon-El, though Scorcher was a pretty meh villain. I can't wait to see more of M'gann! I still have some questions about some sudden changes they made, though. What happened to Lucy co-leading the D.E.O? Why did they stop going to the other base? Why did Winn quit CatCo? I know the series now shoots somewhere else, but they never explained these things in-universe.
      • The New Rogues (The Flash): I liked the chemistry between Wally and Jesse. Truth be told, I ship them. I liked the development we got with Barry and Iris, and of course Caitlin. I kinda think Mirror Master and Top's credibility as villains sort of diminished as the episode went on. Also, H.R. is definitely evil.


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      | *Red Queen (Gotham): Good episode as usual. I really liked Jim's hallucination, for one, and I'm glad we're getting some focus on Captain Barnes. I think the episode would've been better if we had more screentime for Bruce and Selina. I also think Isabella's a pretty lazy excuse for Edward's love interest. The only reason he likes her is because she looks like Kristin (even played by the same actress).

      • Survivors (Supergirl): Just to get this out of the way, I saw M'gann's true form from a mile away. Anyway, I'm beginning to really kike Mon-El, I can't wait to see what the series will do with him. I'm still confused as to why they just abandoned the old D.E.O base, though. J'onn also acted very stalker-y in this episode. I know he wants to get to know M'gann, but boundaries, man.
      • Monster (The Flash): While the villains of the episode weren't that interesting, I really liked the character development we got. I have a feeling Killer Frost is going to be a villain, at least for a while. Have you seen those eyes? P.png I'm eager to see what the series has to offer with Julian, I'm sort of starting to like him. The only bad points about this episode were the anti-climatic villain reveal and I'm not too sure how to feel about H.R.
      • Human Target (Arrow): This episode is better than some of the previous ones, actually. I'm crossing my fingers that the season only gets better. Prometheus still proves to be a major threat, and for the record, I was caught off-guard when he killed Tobias. I mean, I knew he was gonna kill him, but he did it so quick. Anyway, the Human Target was an interesting character to watch, hope we see more of him.
      • Abominations (Legends of Tomorrow): A good episode, I don't really think I need to say much here. Really liked Jax's subplot with the slaves. Glad they were all freed.


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    • Young Justice season 3 has been confirmed!

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    • Yes

      I am beyond hyped

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    • This is probably the first time I've seen networks listen to fans. I can't wait.

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    • Have you guys seen the new Justice League: Action clips? I don't know about you guys, but I'm excited! They seem to be doing the characters really well.

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      | *The Darkest Place (Supergirl): This may be my favorite episode yet. I loved the development between Kara and Mon-El, and the Guardian subplot (though James is making it brutally obvious that it's him, I'm surprised Kara didn't find out). I can't wait to see what they'll do with Jeremiah. Also, that Martian Manhunter vs Miss Martian fight was epic!

      • Time Bomb (Gotham): Okay, wow. There was so much to see in this episode. The Whisper Gang, Mario being hunted, Edward torturing Butch and Tabitha... This was a really good episode. That ending with Carmine talking to Kathryn made me even more hyped.


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    • May i just point out that i saw the Justice League Action clip? Parasite looks like Wolf Blitzer.

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      | *Killer Frost (The Flash): Remember how I said Zoom terrified me last year? Well, Savitar makes him look like a petty thief. I mean, did you see him? He was running like twice as fast as Barry! Anyway, I think they let Caitlin off the hook a little too easy. Yeah, she snapped out of it, but wouldn't it have been better to let her wear the cuffs? Anyway, Julian being Dr. Alchemy was pretty predictable, but it's nice to have closure. Oh, also, we finally have Kid Flash! Grin_2.png


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    • Has anyone been able to watch Justice League: Action?

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    • I dont think its even out yet

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    • It is in the UK, apparently.

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      | *Medusa (Supergirl): Pretty good episode. I must admit, Kara and Mon-El look good together, but I hope they'll follow through with it instead of leading us on like they did with James. Cyborg Superman is awesome, and I loved the fight scenes with him. I wish Barry and Cisco had come to her Earth when Hank attacked L-Corp, though.


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      | *Beware the Green-Eyed Monster (Gotham): Jim never listens to people, does he? He just killed the son of a former crime boss. Meh, I never liked Mario, anyway. The only potential I saw in him came from the fact that he's Carmine's son. I guess that'll come into fruition soon. I liked the Bruce and Selina banter, I ship them. I can't wait to see what Edward will do now that he knows who killed Isabella.

      • Invasion! (The Flash): This was UltiEpic! Seriously! There were parts were I was squealing! The interactions between the heroes were so fun to watch, particularly Kara and Mick. The Dominators look so creepy, and that's a good thing. I hope Cisco won't hold Flashpoint against Barry forever, because I miss the old Cisco. All the action in this episode was awesome, and I liked the scene where Barry told them about Flashpoint, though I still don't get why the Legends couldn't have found out about Barry's actions through Gideon, since it's a pretty big aberration. But I'm glad Flashpoint seeped into Legends as well, through Lily and the message from future Barry. The only thing that would've made this episode better is if Amaya and Nate had joined from the beginning. Wally should've been allowed to come, too. I also think they should've brought Martian Manhunter over as well, he's a powerhouse. Suffice to say, this is my favorite episode of the whole series now.


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      | *Invasion! (Arrow): It does good as the 100th episode of the series, but not so much as a crossover. As the 100th episode of Arrow, it hit almost all the right notes. Moira, Robert, Malcolm, Damien, Laurel... But still. Where was Tommy? The hologram doesn't count. I know Collin Donnell couldn't make it for shooting, but he played a big part in Oliver's life and he should've been mentioned more in the dream. Come on, he was his best friend. I also think they should've shown Walter. He wasn't that important to Oliver, but I like him a lot. I also wish Deathstroke unmasked himself, it would've meant more. Also, (I say 'also' a lot, I know) the scene where Oliver and Robert almost got robbed reminded me of the origins of a certain bat-like vigilante. It was nice seeing the main villains all at once, but Ra's al Ghul was nowhere to be found. Really? Okay, now for the crossover talk. It was nice seeing Barry, Kara and Cisco interacting with Team Arrow. Really wish they would be in the next part of the crossover. Cyberwoman was highly underutilized and got defeated very easily. Plus, Rene not liking Barry and Kara got wrapped up very easily. Kinda stupid Caitlin probably isn't gonna be in the next part of the crossover, she'd be a valuable asset. Other than that, I wish we could've seen what the other heroes were doing.


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      | *The Present (The Flash): This episode started off a bit slow, but after Savitar spoke through Julian, my heart was racing. I'll still have to watch and see whether I like Savitar, but he is definitely scary. I didn't like how Barry revealed himself to Julian, I feel that was unnecessary, not to mention Cisco opening the Philosopher's Stone, considering he and Dante weren't even close. As for what we saw from the future, I'm pretty sure they won't kill Iris. They can't pull another Laurel. I hope the Reverse-Flash will return. I know he's in Legends of Tomorrow now, but I feel he still has stuff to settle with Barry. In fact, who knows? Maybe Barry will have to team up with him to beat Savitar. Also, we finally officially have Kid Flash on the team. Grin_2.png


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      | *What We Leave Behind (Arrow): So, Billy died. I would say I'm hurt, but the writers hardly fleshed him out enough to make him important to the audience. But wow, the flashbacks were awesome in this episode. I did not expect to see the Hood! I'm on the fence on whether to believe Prometheus is Justin's son. On one hand, it would sort of make sense, but on the other hand, I feel Prometheus should be someone the audience knows. I hope we get to see why Evelyn betrayed Team Arrow in the first place. Also, is it bad I ship Curtis with Felicity? I know Curtis isn't into girls and all, but it seems coincidental that their partners left them/died at the same time. As for Laurel coming back, I saw it coming since they announced it. I bet they did this just to get back their lost fans.

      • The Chicago Way (Legends of Tomorrow): Mick is actually softening up, wow. I kinda predicted his feelings towards Amaya from a mile away, though if you think about it, she's literally too old for him. By 2016, she'd be in her 70's. The Legion of Doom seems to be shaping up nicely, but I don't think Leonard's 'ghost' brought anything to the table. Also, Rip is now a movie director, haha.


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      | *Ghosts (Gotham): Loved this episode. Like they advertised, it was absolute mayhem! First off, I'm most excited for Edward's revenge plan against Penguin. What he set up with the interview and having Basil shapeshift into Elijah was brilliant. Next, Maria's an... interesting character. I can sense a romance with Alfred coming into play in the future. I wonder how her presence is going to change Bruce and Selina's relationship. I'm starting to like Victor a lot more as well, hopefully we get to see more of him since Carmine isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Last but not least, can't wait to see Jerome again. I feel that Cameron Monaghan is an underrated Joker actor. In my opinion, he plays the role quite well.


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      | *Supergirl Lives (Supergirl): This episode was good, though admittedly not as good as I thought. The best thing about this episode for me was the interaction between Kara and Mon-El. I used to ship Kara with James, but now I think Mon-El is a better fit (though I'm still not happy that they teased Kara and James' relationship for a whole season then threw it away). A few things really brought this episode down, though. In particular, Alex cutting off Maggie and Winn quitting the partnership between him and James, mostly because that has happened before and it's getting stale.

      • Smile Like You Mean It (Gotham): The best thing about this episode was, of course, Jerome's return. Cameron Monaghan does one of the best Joker portrayals I've ever seen. Edward's revenge plan also seems to be coming along nicely. Speaking of which, since Barbara and Tabitha are planning to betray him, I think everything will break loose. I also want to see what happens between Bruce and Selina after she confronted him. Pretty sure this is the end of their relationship, but I hope it's dealt with properly instead of ignoring it.
      • Borrowing Problems from the Future (The Flash): So, the focus of the season has officially changed from Flashpoint to Iris' possible death, judging by how the intro changed. That's a good thing, though. The news headlines got me hyped for the future of the show. Before I get into the good stuff, one thing that brought this episode down was how Plunder wasn't really fleshed out. This is a problem that they've had with villains like Shade as well. They're nothing more than a plot point. I also think they shouldn't keep Joe out of the loop with Iris' death, because we saw how that turned out with Quentin in Season 3 of Arrow. Okay, so, the good things about the episode... I'm looking forward to see what happens with the S.T.A.R Labs Museum, because I think if this didn't happen, people would eventually investigate. I'm not sure where I stand about Julian joining Team Flash. I think they should've taken longer to think about it. Last but not least, Barry and Iris' apartment looks awesome.
      • Raiders of the Last Art (Legends of Tomorrow): In my opinion, the best thing about this episode was Mick's subplot. His character has really improved from Season 1, and I can't wait to see what happens to him next (including his relationship with Amaya). Speaking of Amaya, I found it weird that Ray had to point out that they weren't together. It makes it seem like they were, which, if they are together, I sense a love triangle coming along. As for Rip's subplot, I don't know, I think it could've been done better, especially the George Lucas thing. The scene where Ray, Nate and Amaya convince him to make his movies was pretty cheesy. I have to admit, though, some of the humor that came along with that was pretty funny to me. In fact, I found this episode overall to be hilarious, particularly when they poked fun at the show's first season. Also, the Howard the Duck easter egg totally went over my head at first.


      P.S: Has anyone seen the midseason trailers for the shows? Cisco's gonna be wearing his Vibe suit!

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      | *Who Are You? (Arrow): I felt as if they were trying to pander to Laurel fans with this episode. They brought back Black Siren (albeit really quickly and sloppily) but there was hardly any mention of what happened on The Flash with her and Zoom. Speaking of which, there was no mention of Black Siren's escape in Borrowing Problems from the Future, which is pretty stupid. Hopefully, it'll be addressed in this week's episode. I was hoping we would get more insight on Black Siren's backstory, but we never got much at all. She also seemed much weaker than she was on The Flash. Other than that, I'm excited for Diggle's subplot.

      • We Can Be Heroes (Supergirl): It wasn't really that good. There was way too much unneeded drama; Kara and James, Kara and Mon-El... Kara in particular was really ticked off about everything in this episode. I don't see why and how she has the right to stop James from being Guardian. She worked with vigilantes in the Invasion! crossovers like Oliver. He fought aliens and survived. Granted, James has much less experience, but he's technically more physically protected because of the shield. As for Kara and Mon-El, I'm surprised he managed to keep his cool, considering how much she was yelling at him. Livewire was pretty cool in this episode. Hopefully, we get to see her more often.
      • The Gentle Art of Making Enemies (Gotham): My favorite episode of the whole series. It kept me on my toes constantly. Jerome was UltiEpic in this episode and stole the whole show. I'm so glad Bruce didn't kill him, for two reasons. One, I want to see more of him, and two, Bruce took a large step in his journey to becoming Batman. Oswald and Edward's subplot was awesome as well. The last scene, especially, had my heart racing. Edward was just so cold and I loved it. He finally gets his trademark outfit as well next episode! Grin_2.png Unfortunately, that excludes the cane. One thing I didn't like was how weak Oswald seemed, and how dumb that cop who freed Oswald was.


      • Has anyone watched Justice League Dark?
      • Is anyone planning to watch Powerless?
      • Ben Affleck has unfortunately stepped down from directing The Batman. :(
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      | *Justice League Dark: One thing that brought this movie down was how Batman was a main character. Yes, he needed to find Constantine, but his role should've ended there until the big fight. Other than that, the movie was pretty good. The plot was great and there were some pretty shocking moments, like Ritchie being revealed to have made a deal with Destiny and Dr. Holland's body being stripped away from Swamp Thing (that was pretty sad), and of course let's not forget the one and only poop demon. Seems kinda silly for a movie like this. Anyway, the voice acting was spot-on. I really loved hearing Matt Ryan as Constantine again. Thanks to the Constantine revival, this will thankfully not be the last time. I found Jason's death to be actually pretty surprising and bittersweet (as was intended, I'm sure). I hope we get to see if Zatanna and Constantine do end up joining the League, or if the Justice League Dark becomes a real team. P.S: I sort of found Zatanna's design to be a bit ugly. Maybe it's because I'm used to the traditional look, but there's just something off-putting about her.

      • Freezer Burn (Justice League: Action): (Skipping reviewing the previous episodes because I forgot) I can safely say that if The Flash wasn't a thing, there wouldn't be a Firestorm x Killer Frost romance on the show. Yes, it was canon in the comics but The Flash popularized it. Anyway, I found Firestorm to be very immature, but I guess he's kinda funny. Really wish we could've seen more of Mr. Freeze, but oh well. I'm also hoping Batman's comment about Killer Frost at the end is indicating something bigger.


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    • HOW ARE YOU WATCHING JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION?!

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    • By watching it in a illegeal site or rent the movie

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    • Thaxander12 wrote:
      HOW ARE YOU WATCHING JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION?!


      It's on the Internet.

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      | *Dead or Alive (The Flash): The Vibe suit is finally here! Cisco looks great in it, though Cisco himself seems... uncharismatic and un-Cisco-y this season compared to the first two seasons. The Cisco vs. Gypsy fight left much to be desired as well. It was cool seeing them travel to different Earths (especially the Earth-38 cameo), but Gypsy got defeated so easily. She could hold Wally off for a considerable amount of time, but took a hit to the legs and gave up? Speaking of Wally, I'm not too pleased that he's faster than Barry as I feel it sort of devalues Barry as the main speedster, even if it's canon in the comics.

      • The Legion of Doom (Legends of Tomorrow): Much better than Raiders of the Lost Art in my opinion. It was awesome seeing things from the Legion of Doom's point of view, though I really wish we could've had more focus on Eobard. Also, now that the Legends know who he is, I hope they call Barry for help, because not only would he prove to be a valuable asset, but it would also make a good crossover plot. Next, it was great to see Black Flash, but I wish he spoke. I guess they couldn't get Teddy Sears on the show. It was weird seeing Eobard being vulnerable when he arrived, though. If only he knew what Zoom did to Barry. As for Martin's subplot, it was nice seeing Lily again, but the whole "I'm an abberation?" thing played out exactly how I thought it would.
      • Trick or Threat (Justice League: Action): So far, this is my least favorite episode. It seemed too kiddy for my liking, and I thought they were focusing on random kids at first. Young Constantine's voice was pretty annoying, and I could tell the accent was fake. But I guess it was cool to see Klarion since it reminded me of Young Justice.
      • Plastic Man Saves The World (Justice League: Action): It was cool to see Plastic Man do something for once, but is it bad I kinda wanted him to die like the heroes thought he did? It would've been an honorable way to die. Anyway, I wish Braniac wasn't a one-off villain, but I think he's slated to appear again sometime soon.
      • Field Trip (Justice League: Action): While Stargirl, Blue Beetle and Firestorm make an interesting dynamic, they're way too immature. Apparently, they made Stargirl a teen or something in this series. It was awesome to see General Zod, though, but admittedly, I didn't know it was him until Superman said so.


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      | *Second Chances (Arrow): Once again, they're trying to make it up to fans for killing Laurel, but they made it worse in my opinion. They made a character who's basically Laurel 2.0, right down to the first name. It's like their goal was to get her on Team Arrow as quickly as possible so it would seem like Laurel never died. I did like the interactions between Curtis and Rene, though. Also, surprisingly, I look forward to seeing what happens to Felicity. Apparently, she's supposed to go down a dark path. Seeing Talia was pretty cool (still hoping we get to see her interact with Nyssa soon). I guess she's supposed to be Oliver's last mentor before he returns to Starling City, even going so far as to give him his suit.


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      | *Wayne or Lose (Powerless): Most of the dialogue was either generic or awkward (some of the jokes were funny, though). I guess it started off relatively okay but around the time they were 'fired', things took a turn for the worst. Almost everything played out exactly how I thought it would. The superhero and villain costumes look so cheap, it makes this show seem more like a parody. Yes, this is a comedy-based series, but it doesn't mean they can't fork over money to make better suits. So far, the only thing that's good is Van. I'll still continue to watch the show, but I'm expecting it to be canceled after 13 episodes or so (like Constantine, which was actually a great show compared to this).


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      | *The Martian Chronicles (Supergirl): I feel that Kara's Earth birthday should've been a bigger part of the episode. Yes, that tugged at Kara and Alex's minds all day, but I don't see why she couldn't have asked someone else to hang out with her, like Eliza. Seeing the chemistry between J'onn and M'gann was cool. It's a shame she has to leave, but it's a big step for the character. The drama between Kara and Mon-El is honestly getting a little awkward, and making him date Eve is basically the writers' way of making a plot device. I also wish we could've known what James was up to during the episode.

      • Untouchable (The Flash): It was pretty good, though them not telling Joe about Savitar (like I said before) was pretty stupid and just added unneeded drama. Barry should've defended himself. He wanted to tell him but Iris told him not to. Anyway, seeing Barry train Wally was great, but it was pretty predictable that he was gonna learn to phase through objects by the end of the episode. Clive was a pretty cool villain, and he actually had motives, unlike some of the other recent villains. One thing that bothered me is how Cisco never gave him a nickname. Come to think of it, Cisco hardly named anyone this season, which is kinda sad. I don't know how to feel about the possible Caitlin-Julian romance. On one hand, they're alike in some way, but on the other, she kidnapped him and froze his hand. Yes, she wasn't herself, but it'd seem pretty weird if they do get together. Actually, scratch that. They probably will get together in time for Ronnie to return and cause a lot of awkwardness.
      • Turncoat (Legends of Tomorrow): That intro cracked me up! XD Anyway, this episode was awesome. Rip was epic as a villain, though I do hope he rejoins the Legends eventually. Seeing Jax as captain was also nice. Really love that he stepped up this episode and tried to avenge Sara (whose death was admittedly not shocking). The Mick and George bromance was fun to see. Mick in general was hilarious this episode, Gideon as well. I found the Nate-Amaya romance to be quite forced, though. There was no hint of them ever having feelings for each other, yet the moment there's a time quake, Amaya gets thrown into Nate's arms? Another thing, I find it quite weird that they're celebrating Christmas in February. Sure, they went back in time to Christmas 1776, but it isn't Christmas in present day. It did make me feel nostalgic and stuff, though.


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      | *Bratva (Arrow): This episode was great! I'm glad we finally have Quentin back. He was pretty funny this episode, and seeing him interact with Rene was interesting to see. I really wanted to see the actual interview, though. I have to admit that Dinah is growing on me, but she felt too much like a part of the team, like she didn't feel out of place at all, which was strange since she went solo for a few years. Also, I'm intrigued to see what happens to Felicity now that she's on a 'dark path'. This is the first interesting thing they've done with her in a long time. Her interactions with Rory were cool as well. Speaking of Rory, I'm pretty sure we'll see him again before the season ends.

      • Wayne Dream Team (Powerless): This was better than the pilot, but not exacly good. Everything still seems to be pretty predictable, like the team's reaction after finding out that Emily cut off their Internet connection, which, in my opinion, was warranted since they were slacking off. Speaking of which, a lot of the characters seem pretty uninteresting and one-dimensional. Ron, Teddy and Wendy seem to be pretty much the same, except Wendy's more upfront about her dislike towards Emily. I really hope this show gets better as time goes on, because the bare concept is pretty solid, but the execution leaves much to be desired.
      • Luthors (Supergirl): In my opinion, this was one of the best episodes of the whole series. Besides the fact that Kara and James were seemed ignorant of the events (their fight) of We Can Be Heroes at the beginning of the episode, everything was great. It was awesome to see how Lena joined the Luthor family, and her being a real Luthor actually surprised me. Mr. Mxyzptlk's cameo at the end was hilarious as well. I sense a creepy love triangle coming along.


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    • Let's focus on the idea that Poison Ivy, Swamp Thing, Catwoman AND Cheetah are all now palyable characters in Injustice 2..NOW AREN'T YOU SCARED?! >:D

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    • I'm super hyped! Swamp Thing in particular seems to have an awesome moveset.

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    • A video featuring gameplay for the mobile version of Injustice 2 has been released, which is great for me since I don't have a current-gen console.

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      | *Battle For The Bottled City (Justice League: Action): This was a pretty good episode. I wished we could've seen more of Kandor, though. The fight scenes were good, the comedy was good, and it was nice to finally have a break from Batman. Still gotta get used to this Braniac, though.


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    • i forgot Injustice 2 even came out and idk if im just really stupid or if there wasn't a lot of commercialization

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    • They've actually been pretty active lately, we've had five or so character reveals over the past month. Also, Kid Flash, Bumblebee and Speedy will be appearing in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract with their Young Justice voice actors reprising their roles.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH8i8IACuz8

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      | *Spectre of the Gun (Arrow): Am I the only one who found this episode a bit weird to watch? It feels out of place for the series to do an episode about something controversial, but it was pretty good, regardless. It was great to finally see Oliver doing something as Mayor. The flashbacks were pretty good as well, but I hoped we got more out of it, like maybe showing Rene's time in the army. What we got was enough, I guess. I wanted to know more about Rene's past when he first appeared. I hope Curtis and Adrian get more screentime, too, because even though they're main characters, there doesn't seem to be much focus on them. I also can't wait to see how joining the SCPD goes for Dinah. Speaking of which, I found it weird Quentin didn't ask more questions about her.

      • Sinking Day (Powerless): Surprisingly, this one was good-ish. There were a few jokes I thought that were repeated so much it became annoying, though, like Jackie's crush on Alex. It was good to finally have some character development (like Emily realizing she can learn something from Van). The interactions between Van and his dad were pretty funny, as were the Atlanteans. Also, the Olympian's costume was pretty lame. The show really needs to do something about their bad costumes.


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      | *The Lego Batman Movie: Long story short, I loved it. Grin_2.png The end. Okay, but seriously, this movie kept me smiling throughout. There was joke after joke and there was just so much energy from everything! Of course, it was a bit hard to get used to things slowing down (around the time Batman returns to the Batcave), but it didn't last long. All the references to various DC properties (and some of the non-DC ones, like the Iron Man references) were great, the songs were great, and the voice acting was great (though the Joker and Harley's voices were pretty different from the style I'm used to). My favorite character has to be Robin by far, with Batman in a close second. While Batman is definitely the funniest character, Robin had a certain charm to him that made him very likable. As with anything, there are a few cons, but I can only really remember the major one; why didn't the Justice League help the Bat-family during the big fight? Yes, this movie's about the Bat-family, but they could've at least been in the background or something. Anyway, yeah, this was one of the best DC movies I've seen. Words can't fully describe what I love about this movie.


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      | *Mr. and Mrs. Mxyzptlk (Supergirl): The episode flip-flopped, but there was more bad than good. Most of it had to do with the unneeded drama, i.e. Kara and Mon-El arguing, only to get together at the end. I know Kara wanted to trick him, but there were many other non-cliche ways they could've done it. Love triangles are a very overused trope. One thing I've noticed is how a lot of the conflicts in the series are episodic. They don't last long. Kara being mad at James a few episodes ago escalated quickly, then Alex and Maggie arguing about Valentine's Day. Speaking of which, I don't see why we couldn't have seen James. I feel like the series is focusing way too much on pairing their characters up instead of developing them as individuals. Case in point, Mon-El. Half of his development comes from conversations with Kara. Why can't we see him interact with the other characters, or be his own hero? Same goes for Maggie. She's always seen as 'Alex's girlfriend'. I want to see things from her point of view, like solving a crime or something. They tried getting Kara and James together last season, threw that away, then tried to make him more interesting by making him a vigilante, then things went quiet with him. If I'm honest, I want to see him tackle the struggles of being Cat's replacement. I mean, come on, he has very big shoes to fill and we don't really know how that's coming along. I'd much rather see James like this rather than a vigilante, because that's been done before. Some of the good things this episode had were Winn and Lyra, (really hoping they don't throw that away/use it as a mere plot point) and Mxy. The dude was just really funny.

      • Attack on Gorilla City (The Flash): This episode was awesome! The CGI was much better than it used to be, which made the Barry vs. Solovar fight epic! It was great to see Harry and Jesse again, but I was hoping Wally and Jesse would do more fighting. I wonder if Jesse will actually end up staying on Earth-1. I guess it'll be cool if she does but I kinda doubt it. I want to see Harry and H.R. interact more. It's cool to see the contrast between them. Other than that, I really can't wait to see the next episode. I hope Jay shows up as well to help Team Flash.
      • Camelot/3000 (Legends of Tomorrow): This episode was pretty good. I'm glad we finally got to see how Ray was knighted. While I do admit he was being pretty stupid going out of his way to fight in the battlefield. That fight scene was really awesome, though. It was cool to see Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite again (R.I.P), though I feel the latter's death was a bit rushed. Evil Rip was always awesome to see. Can't see what he does next episode.


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      | *The Sin-Eater (Arrow): While it was good to see Liza, China White and Cupid again, I wish we could've seen how they decided to work together and all. Seeing Oliver deal with the SCPD being on his case was pretty good. I'm also glad that Oliver finally knows about Susan investigating him, but I'm surprised he didn't flip out. She didn't have a right to get mad at him for losing her job, not just because he had nothing to do with it, but also because she was delving way too deep, and for what? A scoop? I knew their relationship wouldn't last long from the start, which is kinda sad since they make a pretty good couple (better than Olicity, at least). I doubt this is the last we'll see of her, though. Also, Dinah becoming the new Black Canary was... I don't know, a bit too quick, maybe? I thought she would've taken more time. Speaking of Team Arrow, I'm surprised that there's been no mention of Rory at all since he left. No references to his leaving, nobody reacted to it. I hope we see him soon, in any case. Other than that, I'm excited for the next episode. I hope this isn't the end of Mayor Queen, because I want Oliver to actually stick to something for more than a season.


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      | *Emily Dates a Henchman (Powerless): How has it already been six months since the pilot? I just assumed most of the show happened in real time. I guess it would kind of make sense since Wendy isn't as annoyed by Emily as she was in the pilot. Anyway, I have to put my hands up here and say that this series is actually getting good. They're finally starting to find their footing and this episode was overall pretty good. Though the title spoiled it, Reggie being a henchman was pretty funny, though I think it would've been better to have the romance play out as an arc over a few episodes. Next, the Teddy/Ron/Van subplot was also cool, especially the Batman cameo and having Van dress up as Robin. One thing that caught my eye was how not one, but two Robins have somehow died. I doubt we'll get further exposition on this but I kinda want to know what happened. I hope the series continues to improve, because all the pieces are there. The writers just have to learn what to do with it.


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      | *Homecoming (Supergirl): While better than the last episode, there were still a few flaws that held the episode back, mostly the unneeded drama, especially between Kara and Mon-El. One minute they're lovey-dovey and the next they're arguing. Kara does have a right to defend Jeremiah, but why would she be so doubtful of her boyfriend? And when she ends up siding with him, it felt a bit too quick, like she wasn't that shocked. Alex on the other hand, was great this episode. The scene where she was going to bring Jeremiah played out good. I really liked seeing Alex wrestle with herself in that scene on what to do. I also liked how they played around and made us question whether Jeremiah really was a traitor or not. Going back to Mon-El for a minute, I'm glad he's talking to Winn more. I'd definitely like to see him interact with James (who, unfortunately, was absent this episode again) more in the future as well. Also, since Cadmus stole the National Alien Registry, I hope this means we'll see Superman soon. They already have an actor, it'll be a shame if he doesn't help Kara fight off Cadmus.

      • Attack on Central City (The Flash): Everything was great (mostly), except for the big fight. It was hyped up all episode and it wrapped up too quickly. Once Solovar appeared, everybody just stood there watching. I'm not saying the Solovar vs. Grodd fight was bad, though, because it was UltiEpic. Anyway, I think the Cisco-Gypsy romance was a bit forced. I lost count of how many times he was trying to woo her. Now, on to the good things, the interactions between Harry and H.R. were great. It's another example of how good of an actor Tom Cavanagh is. The interactions between Barry and Wally and Harry were good, too. I honestly expected Harry to flame at Wally, but glad to see that wasn't the case.


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      | *Fighting Fire with Fire (Arrow): So, Adrian is Prometheus. I really thought he was Vigilante this whole time. This raises a multitude of questions. First off, who's Vigilante if he isn't Adrian? One of the comic Vigilante's alter-egos? Someone new entirely, maybe? Next, is Adrian really Justin Claybourne's son or does he have nothing to do with him? Maybe the last name 'Chase' is just his way of hiding his true heritage. Also, if Adrian and Justin are unrelated, what beef would Adrian have with Oliver? Moving away from the big reveal, I like the development we got with Thea and Felicity this episode. Thea is getting closer to becoming like Moira, which can be good or bad depending on how you look at it, while Felicity joined Helix. I think Susan was a bit of a mess this episode, though. Telling Oliver he deserves to die even after he told her he had nothing to do with it, then almost kissed him when she got her job back. Well, I suppose as long as their relationship doesn't become Olicity-level annoying, it's fine.


      What did you guys think of Dr. Fate's Injustice 2 trailer?

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      | *Exodus (Supergirl): Feels good to have a properly good episode for once. First off, it was cool to see James come back after a couple of absences, but I was disappointed that he didn't do much. I really like the way Alex was portrayed in this episode. Her beating up the prisoner was really intense. I also liked seeing Kara try to write the Cadmus story, though I expected her to get fired. I have a feeling she's gonna call Cat. I'm looking forward to seeing what Teri Hatcher and Kevin Sorbo's characters are like. They're probably those characters who wanted to abduct Mon-El. Judging by the trailer for the next episode, I think I'm right.


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      | *The Wrath of Savitar (The Flash): This was the best episode in a while. A lot happened. First off, I didn't expect for Barry's proposal to Iris to happen just because he was trying to prevent the future. Barry's been doing a lot of stupid things lately. It seems like he doesn't care what happens to everyone else as long as Iris is safe, which is out of character. He was willing to let Cisco die in Attack on Gorilla City to stop the gorilla attack, he was gonna kill Grodd in Attack on Central City, and this episode he just watched as Wally got sucked into the Speed Force (one will suffer a fate worse than death! Grin_2.png ). I really hope we get the old Barry back. I really like the development we got with Wally in this episode. While I'm still not a fan of him being faster than Barry (or about to be, rather), having him step up and take matters into his own hands regarding stopping Savitar was awesome. Does anyone else think that Savitar may be future Barry, considering how he kept saying 'future Flash'? It may be a bit of a stretch, but they've surprised us before. Next, the development we got between Caitlin and Julian was great as well. This show makes me like everything they throw at us. I was a bit weirded out by the initial romantic hints between the two, and I disliked Julian in the beginning of the series, but now I like them both.

      • Land of the Lost (Legends of Tomorrow): So, we finally have the real Rip back! Granted, I found the 'go into his mind and get him out of there' thing to not make much sense, I went with it. I didn't expect to see Gideon in person, though. The whole Rip-Gideon romance was really weird for me to witness because it's like a typical person being in love with Siri. I'm not saying Siri has anything on Gideon, but come on, this is an AI we're talking about. Whether or not she had a body in Rip's mind, she's a computer. Anyway, we finally got a mention of Mari after all this time. While I do ship Nate and Amaya, I thought she was gonna end up with Mick after all the tension they had in the first half of the season. Regardless, I hope we get to see Mari on the show soon. P.S.: The humor in the episode was really good.


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      | *Star-Crossed (Supergirl): Much better than I expected. First off, Kara and Mon-El's drama was much better portrayed here than it ever was, but seeing as they've fought so many times, it takes a bit of the 'punch' of their breakup away. Personally, Winn's subplot was the highlight of the episode. I liked seeing Maggie doing police work for once (finally!). Hopefully, this continues as the series progresses. Also, Lyra became much more interesting to me as a character and as Winn's love interest. I'm hoping we see that relationship grow. Winn doesn't really deserve to get his heart broken again. As for the crossover-related portion of this episode (however small a portion that may be), I really wanna know how Music Meister knows about Earth-1. I also really, really hope Cisco and Winn get to meet in Duet. I've been wanting that since the Invasion! crossover.


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      | *Duet (The Flash): I loved this episode, it was great! Granted, some of the dialogue was cheesy and all, but the characters were aware of it. The music was catchy, the dream characters were fun to watch, and Barry and Kara's interactions were awesome as usual. I think this would've worked better as a two-parter, though. The episode sort of lost its flow near the end of the episode, like they had to rush things. I wanted to see more of the real world, and I really wanted Cisco and Winn to meet. I also think they didn't really do Music Meister justice. We hardly know anything about him. Why would he feel the need to butt in and solve Barry and Kara's relationship problems? It seems like a cheap cop-out.

      • Fellowship of the Spear (Legends of Tomorrow): This was one of the best episodes of the show. Mick was undoubtedly the breakout character of the episode. I'm convinced he's playing the Legion and is actually trying to prove himself to the Legends. If he isn't, though, I don't really blame him. They talked down to him right in front of him. Anyway, I wish we could've seen the Legion recruit Leonard.


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      | *Kapiushon (Arrow): As somebody who doesn't fancy dark stuff that much, this episode is now one of my favorites! Where do I begin? Let me talk about the flashbacks first, I guess. Seeing Oliver skin Konstantin's lackey alive makes me think that something will happen soon that will make Oliver less violent, more in-tune with his Season 1 self. The fight between Oliver and Konstantin was very well-choreographed, and I honestly thought he was really dead. I was wondering what the rest of the season's flashbacks would show. It was cool to see Taiana's mom as well. Kind of a shame she died. It was also cool to finally see Oliver getting his Bratva tattoo (and subsequently getting it removed in the present). Speaking of the present, Adrian is an awesome villain. I really thought he killed Evelyn. Glad she's still alive, though. I really wanna know more about why Evelyn switched sides and what she's been doing all this time. I don't really know how to feel about Oliver liking to kill. On one hand, it's kind of expected, but it strays further and further from the Oliver we know in the comics. I know there's virtually no chance of this Oliver becoming that Oliver, but a man can dream.


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      | *Distant Sun (Supergirl): Besides the underutilization of James and some of the corny lovey-dovey dialogue, this episode was pretty good. I'm also surprised they took the typical 'ex comes to town' story and twisted it. I'm so glad Alex wasn't jealous of Emily like I thought she was gonna be. Mon-El's parents were also excellent in this episode, though I prefer Lar Gand. Shame he died, though. I look forward to seeing Rhea step up, but why Superman isn't involved at this point is beyond me. Another thing is how the main plot of Season 2 seems to keep shifting. In Season 1, we knew pretty much from the get-go that Non and Alura were gonna be the main villains, but Season 2 started off with Cadmus, and now that took a break and the Daxamites took the spotlight. Either way, I hope both storylines get wrapped up by the end of the season.


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      | *Abra Kadabra (The Flash): Abra Kadabra was a great villain, though I wished we could've seen more of his backstory. The acting in this episode was nothing short of awesome, especially during the last scene. I guess Killer Frost is here to stay. I also thought that H.R. wasn't gonna appear, but I'm glad he did. Kind of weird how nobody mentioned him at all until he appeared. What's also weird is that there's been no mention of Music Meister's six-figure deal. I thought Barry would remember the headline last episode. They even went through the headlines this episode and there was zero mention of Music Meister.

      • Doomworld (Legends of Tomorrow): I'm gonna assume the last three episodes of the series take place before Arrow's Kapiushon, because it wouldn't make sense otherwise. Anyway, seeing this alternate reality was great! Flashpoint should've been on this big of a scale. Even with stakes this high, there was still a lot of humor. Rip was especially funny this episode. Wonder why the Legion didn't change him. Eobard was an awesome villain this episode, though I wish Barry wasn't dead. He could've been one of his lackeys. As for Amaya dying, I don't expect it to last very long. Once the Legends restore reality, she'll be revived. She has to be, or Mari wouldn't exist.


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      | *Disbanded (Arrow): I liked seeing Anatoly in the present again. The flashbacks helped to show how much he's changed over the past five years. I'm starting to think we may see him in the present more often, perhaps leading into Season 6. Who knows? Felicity was pretty interesting this episode, can't wait to see more of her work with Helix. One thing I didn't like about the episode was Thea's absence. She could've helped John talk some sense into Oliver. In fact, Season 5 in general has had a lack of Thea and Quentin, which isn't that great for me.


      Black Siren has been confirmed to be a main character in Season 6? What do you guys think? I personally think she fits better on The Flash, honestly. It seems they just want to fix what they did in Season 4. I was already warming up to Dinah. :(

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      | *I'ma Friend You (Powerless): Nothing much to say, really. It was good, though not as good as some of the previous episodes. This episode was lacking that extra layer of DC-ness, though (besides a few mentions and Crimson Fox leaving Charm City for no reason). Also, Emily was being unreasonable this episode, barging into Jackie's personal life. At this point, it's clear to me that Ron, Van and Teddy are the breakout characters of the show. I was much more focused on their subplot than Emily and Jackie's subplot, mostly because I predicted how it'd turn out. All in all, the show isn't as good as it should be, but it's slowly getting there. I doubt it's going to get renewed for a second season, so I guess I'll enjoy the show while it's around.


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    • Yeah that show is literally gonna die, because it's too POWERLES to escape cancellation..

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      | *Aruba (Legends of Tomorrow): Quite possibly the best episode of the whole series, rivaled only by Invasion!, but I'm not sure that counts since it's a crossover episode. Anyway, everything played out very nicely. It was awesome to see the Legends interact with their past selves. Everyone's deaths struck me, even though I knew they weren't going to last. It was satisfying to see Eobard killed by Hunter, though, like I've expressed before, Barry should've had some involvement. I think a few things in the episode could've been handled better, though. First off, Rip shouldn't have left. He put the team together. He should be a constant in the Legends. He should've been Captain when he turned good. I also think Amaya should've gone back to 1942. She really doesn't have a reason to stick around. All in all, although a few things could've been done better, I loved this episode and can't wait for Season 3. I'm just hoping the ending has repercussions that seep into the other shows as well.

      • Pros of Legends of Tomorrow Season 2:
        • Stricter story arc
        • Much better character arcs
        • Justice Society of America
        • More humor, while not making the show feel silly
        • Legion of Doom
      • Cons of Legends of Tomorrow Season 2:
        • Lack of focus on Rip
        • Rip not being captain again
        • Barry not helping the team with Eobard (they're nemeses, Barry should've been able to help out the Legends)
        • Amaya not going back to 1942
        • Sara and Nate hardly wearing their costumes
      • Teen Titans: The Judas Contract: Much better than Justice League vs. Teen Titans. I kind of predicted some of the stuff since they were part of the comic (never read it, though) and the Teen Titans show. A few things that could've made this movie better was to have more exposition on Kid Flash, Bumblebee and Speedy. I wanted to know why they left the team, and, sadly, they weren't even mentioned in the present. The final battle also could've had more 'oomph'. Brother Blood was a pretty weird villain, honestly.


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    • They still make Teen Titans?

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    • Its part of DC's Original Animated Movies DVD line @Creeper

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      | *Emergency Punch-Up (Powerless): This episode had an interesting premise at the very least; getting locked in and all. It was better than the last episode. Some of the jokes are funnier, and the interaction between the characters seem more natural now. The most prominent con about this episode was the repeated jokes. They do that a lot. The bathroom bucket thing, Van getting jokes from his consultants, Emily wanting to do karaoke. If they could reduce this in upcoming episodes, I'll like the show more. Also, logically, Superman probably would've been able to rid the city of the gas in no time. Just saying.


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      Arrow Season 5 sizzle. So much content.

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      | *How the Riddler Got His Name (Gotham): This episode just reminded me of what I love about Edward. It was so awesome to see his plan unfold, and it got even better when Lucius became an important character in his plan. They utilized him very well here, and I hope he'll be part of the action more often moving forward. Jim's subplot was pretty good as well. I thought Peter was on Jim's side but the scene with him and Kathryn makes it anyone's guess as to what his true motives are. It was cool to see Bruce's clone come back, though I'm much more excited for what's coming for the real Bruce (Ra's al Ghul Grin_2.png ). Also, it was pretty obvious that Penguin's still alive.

      • Ace Reporter (Supergirl): Finally, an episode without forced Karamel romance. Speaking of romance, the romance between Lena and Jack felt much more organic than some of the other couples. It was cool to have some focus on Lena in this episode as well. Kind of gives us a sneak peek of what things are gonna be like when she's a main character next season. While this episode was good, the season still feels shifty which is a shame since it started off strong. It still feels like we don't know who the main villain of the season is. It's definitely either Rhea or Cadmus, though I'm pretty sure it's Cadmus (but they have taken a backseat recently). The Guardian subplots should also intertwine with the main plot. It feels detached at times, much like Alex and Maggie's relationship.
      • The Once and Future Flash (The Flash): I loved this episode not just because I'm a sucker for time travel episodes, but because it was interesting to see how much Savitar influenced Team Flash. Glad to see Cisco's still somewhat happy in the future despite everything that happened (or in this case, happens). A few things I found strange were how, in posters advertising his book at H.R. Jitters, H.R.'s real face is shown. In the present, he still uses his H.R. Randolf persona in public, so maybe his true identity will be revealed to the public soon. I also found it weird that nobody mentioned Team Arrow or the Legends coming to help Barry after he distanced himself from everyone, or Team Arrow in specific because of how close they are. Anyway, I don't know why I was expecting Savitar's identity to be revealed. Judging by Caitlin's reaction at the end of the episode, I'd say it's Ronnie, but I still think it's a time remnant of Barry or something.


      • DC Comics will get its own streaming service in 2018. Young Justice: Outsiders (Season 3) and a new Titans show will be debuting on it.
      • NBC pulled Powerless from its schedule. Guess its time has come.
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      | *Dangerous Liasons (Arrow): Besides the lack of Thea (which seems to be a staple this season, unfortunately), this episode was a nice way to close the Helix storyline, though I'm beginning to think that they're working with Adrian as well. They were the ones who exposed his identity, but who knows? He's 10 steps ahead of Team Arrow, that might've been part of his plan. Anyway, it was really cool to see Felicity actually getting out on the field. The fact that she wasn't on Team Arrow at the time made it even better. Really can't wait to see the consequences of her actions next episode. It was interesting to see Lyla again, this time we got a better look at her work as head of A.R.G.U.S.. I wouldn't actually mind if Lyla was promoted to main character in upcoming seasons. I just find her to be an awesome character. Grin_2.png Also, Quentin and Rene's subplot was good, too. It's about time they addressed Rene getting his daughter back.


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