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CW 4-NIGHT CROSSOVER Review: Invasion!

We’re in the final week of the Fall season for the DC Television Universe! In fact, The CW will conclude 2016 having just finished the most ambitious project in the young network’s history. Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow all crossed over with one another this past week, as Read more…

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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Episode 2.4: Abominations

If last week’s chapter of Legends of Tomorrow was problematic because it broke from the season arc to tell a period hi-jinks tale (early Tokugawa Japan), this week corrected the show at least halfway. While we didn’t progress much further in tracking down Reverse Flash, the program did choose far Read more…

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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Episode 2.3: Shogun

And then we got Space Pirates, part II. Within its first-year run of 16 episodes, many fans of DC’s television universe felt that Legends of Tomorrow might have lacked the material to cover the full slate. The show’s inaugural run featured multiple chapters in which the Legends broke off from Read more…

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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Episode 2.1: Out of Time

And the challengers became champions. When we left the Legends of Tomorrow at the end of last season, the team had defeated the corrupted guardians of history known as The Time Masters and destroyed their home base. With history now lying exposed to any villain wishing to pervert it in Read more…

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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Episode 7: Lost and Found

After spending its first six episodes at varying historical points on Earth, The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow spent its seventh installment – “Marooned” – entirely out in deep space. Another Time Master, Eve Baxter, sent out a distress signal. Her ship, the Acheron, had suffered a malfunction was drifting through Read more…

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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW Episodes 4 and 5: Red Scare

After its debut episode in January, I spent a good deal of this space commenting on the similarities between DC Comics’ latest TV hit, Legends of Tomorrow, and the BBC Science Fiction mainstay Doctor Who. Five chapters in, it appears we have discovered another congruence: serial storytelling. After spending its Read more…

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