“Invasion” marked the actual start of the DC CW crossover, since it is pretty hard to count Supergirl’s 45-second segment that was even played out in this episode. “Invasion” is based off of the graphic novel storyline of the same name. As can be surmised from the title, the DC
Supergirl kicked off the DC TV week on the CW with a four episode crossover event. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to see much other than The Flash and Vibe coming in at the very end. Thankfully, Supergirl still delivered a great episode. Cadmus just won’t go away, and now they
Cadmus just won’t stay away. After they grabbed Mon-El, they use him as bait to lure in Supergirl. Meanwhile, The Guardian has some competition with a new vigilante in town. Unfortunately, the newcomer is playing judge, jury, and executioner and is willing to let everyone believe that The Guardian is
A new masked man has come to save Star City, and Team Arrow must come together to stop him in “Vigilante.” Oliver questions his effectiveness as both Mayor and the Green Arrow. Quentin Lance woke up with a gash on his arm and a throwing star on his coffee table.
Supergirl has done a great job at tackling some difficult subjects while not hitting us over the head with it. “Changing” is by far one of their most important episodes to date. Alex is having a tough time with some personal realizations. Kara and Mon-El go head to head, and
Arrow is hurtling toward its 100th episode and a massive crossover with Supergirl, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. Until then, Prometheus is deciding to be a serious thorn in Team Arrow’s side. Now that he has taken care of Tobias Church, Prometheus can focus completely on the Green Arrow.
Supergirl dials up the fun in “Crossfire.” Kara is helping Mon-El fit into this crazy place called Earth. Cadmus is rearing its ugly head again. This time our lead scientist lady is giving common criminals alien weapons. They waste no time before destroying National City. Cadmus is back, and the
Supergirl gave us a fight club-esque episode in “Survivors.” Seemingly peaceful aliens are ending up dead, and Maggie Sawyer is on the case. Meanwhile, M’gann seems to be enjoying herself as part of this fight club much to J’onn’s chagrin. A new player is in town and doesn’t seem to
I’ve been up and down as it comes to villains in The Flash. There are times where they absolutely nail the character, but others where they fall quite flat. Sadly, this episode’s “villain” hardly does anything for me, while somehow being one of the most impactful villains to the various
Arrow has been teasing a new archer, Prometheus, so far this season, and we are still no closer to knowing who he is and what his problem is with the Green Arrow. Tobias Church is still the main focus, and now he has Rene aka Wild Dog. The team must
Oliver is doing a good job getting his team to work together. Now, they just have to work out the kinks. They seem to be starting to hold their own, but Wild Dog is still having trouble following orders. Plus, Ragman isn’t ready to come back into the fold. Oliver
I have always enjoyed watching The Flash, even if some of the villains that are half-baked should have been multi-episode arcs versus one offs. Sadly, “The New Rogues” does so much well, but I wasn’t really a fan of how they treated their villains at all. This week’s villains feature