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23 Feb 2016

Prison Break | Legends of Tomorrow “Fail Safe” Review

Thus far, Legends of Tomorrow has done quite the job of delving into the varied personalities of this rag-tag group, and this doesn’t change in “Fail Safe.” Although we get a nice look into (almost) all of the characters, the focus on Mick, Snart and Ray is what makes this

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16 Feb 2016

Cold War | Legends of Tomorrow “White Knights” Review

The Legends of Tomorrow episode, “White Knight,” solidifies the point that the ragtag group of future-legends will embark different locales on a somewhat frequent basis. This idea is brilliant in the fact that the moment you’re tired of the groovy 70s, they time travel to the 80s. And thus, we

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09 Feb 2016

Bloodlust | Legends of Tomorrow “Blood Ties” Review

The latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, “Blood Ties,” was the perfect episode that explained that this is indeed a team of misfits attempting to come together. Part of the fun is the team of vastly different personalities coming together and actually getting anything done, of course with some witty

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02 Feb 2016

Savage | Legends of Tomorrow “Pilot, Part 2” Review

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Pilot, Part 2 is here and, as most second parts go, it’s definitely better than the first half. Two-parters are always uneven, but I’m glad they capitalize on it here. I hate to use a hyperbolic statement, let alone one that relates it to a film,

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25 Jan 2016

Disco Time | DC’s Legends of Tomorrow “Pilot, Part 1” Review

After many teases and setups across the Arrow and Flash universes, the rag tag group of villains and heroes is here! DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has a monumental task in squeezing nine character arcs in a mere hour (45 minutes without commercials) of screen time. Unlike other shows that can