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19 Mar 2017

Force Powers | Legends of Tomorrow “Land of The Lost” Review

“Land of The Lost” takes place in two very different places for the entirety of its episode. The episode is split between Amaya, Nate, and Ray “fighting” their way through the Cretaceous period in hopes of finding a vital piece of the ship, while Stein, Jackson, Sara and Mick attempt

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02 Mar 2017

Sword in The Stone | Legends of Tomorrow “Camelot/300” Review

“Camelot/3000” gave us two very different time periods to explore with the Legends, a futuristic setting which comes with its own share of problems (and solution) and the fantastical Arthurian era of Camelot. This episode did a great job of giving strong plot points with a variety of characters, especially

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21 Feb 2017

Evil Rip | Legends of Tomorrow “Turncoat” Review

The latest Legends of Tomorrow episode deals with saving George Washington on Christmas in 1776. I’m not entirely sure why the Christmas episode was so late, over a month and a half, but it still provided for an interesting, if not “by the numbers” episode. It would be easy to

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07 Feb 2017

Out of Time | Legends of Tomorrow “Legion of Doom” Review

Legends of Tomorrow does a great job of showcasing the various heroes in their universe, but the villains don’t necessarily get the same treatment, until now that is. “Legion of Doom” gives us one of the better villain origin stories across the DC CW shows. Up until this point, Eobard

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29 Jan 2017

Inspiration | Legends of Tomorrow “Raiders of The Lost Art”

As the title suggests, this episode is a deep homage to one of the greatest artists of our time, George Lucas. At first, the Lucas homage is laid out nicely, but it quickly turns a bit too intense and ups the campy factor too much for my liking. The goal

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24 Jan 2017

Rum Running | Legends of Tomorrow “The Chicago Way” Review

The midseason finale for Legends of Tomorrow takes us to one of the most unique places in American history, the prohibition era, 1927 Chicago to be exact. While the show usually does a fantastic job of taking us to unique locations each episode, they really nailed it in this episode.

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08 Jan 2017

LTTP: Aberrations | Legends of Tomorrow “Invasion” Review

The DC Series on the CW have delivered a speculator, dare I say unprecedented 4-way crossover series, but did “Invasion” live up to the lofty expectations of the crossover? More or yes, certainly. The main difficulty of having such an extensive crossover is the fear of overstuffing an episode and

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01 Dec 2016

Deja Vu | Legends of Tomorrow “Outlaw Country” Review

Legends of Tomorrow has done a great job of traversing various times and locations all throughout history, but how would things go if they went back to a very similar era where they’ve already been? My feelings are a bit mixed on the Legends going to Liberty, Colorado 1874; yes,

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17 Nov 2016

Miami Vice Number 1 | Legends of Tomorrow “Compromised” Review

Since the Legends are doing what they generally do, time-hopping from time period to time period, it was only time before they landed in the 80s! The show has always done a great job of portraying the time period they are in with accuracy, while keeping it entertaining. In “Compromised,”

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10 Nov 2016

Ahhh! Zombies! | Legends “Abomination” Review

Legends of Tomorrow was often criticized for being too serious last season, especially considering its comical cast of characters, and they did change to be a bit more light-hearted this season. Having said that, they are certainly not shy of tipping their toes into serious subject matter, and in “Abominations,”

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04 Nov 2016

Katana | Legends of Tomorrow “Shogun” Review

No matter my thoughts on the show overall, one thing that I absolutely love that Legends of Tomorrow does is visit vastly different time periods in just about every episode, and we get one of the best yet this week in “Shogun.” There is just an air of magnificence with

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30 Oct 2016

Steel, 1942 | Legends of Tomorrow “The Justice Society of America” Review

Legends of Tomorrow is one of the more difficult superhero shows to pull off, if not solely for the fact that the cast of “main”characters is so large, such that it is nearly impossible to give everyone ample time for solid character development. This season seemingly conflates that issue by

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