checking in with the CW Superfriends

November 16, 2016

First off, if like me you’re wanting to be pro-active about the U.S. political situation, here is A List of Pro-Woman, Pro-Earth, Pro-Immigrant, Anti-Bigotry Organizations that Need Your Support.

And now for some superheroics.

Legends of Tomorrow almost got me back with the promise of a proto-Justice Society, World War II, punching Hitler trip.  Almost.

Supergirl:  Oh, my.  Off to such a good start and now it’s back to sucking.  The Clark Kent/Superman appearance was adorable and awesome.  I love the idea of Earth as a kind of Casablanca/Rick’s Place where aliens from all over wash up on, or come here to lay low.  But man, they’re taking some wrong turns.  The Alex comes out storyline should have been delightful and was just cringe worthy.  And James Olson does not need to be a masked hero, dammit.  I swear, vigilante-ism is a freaking disease in these shows.  I keep watching because I love Melissa Benoist and the character’s ethos.  We’ll see how long that lasts.

Arrow:  Wut?  I don’t even.  We had a perfectly good team, and we flushed it for the most generic bunch of random kids?  The J.V. team, indeed.  So not interested.  At this point I just want to see flashback Ollie get back to the island and have the whole thing come full circle to the premier.  I’m watching the increasing length of his hair with great anticipation and joy.

Flash:  Still my favorite.  Still earnest as all get out, and still just throwing stuff against the wall to see what sticks.  Also:  THERE IS A STEAMPUNK ALTERNATE EARTH.

My favorite post-election one-line post:  DAMN YOU, BARRY ALLEN!!!

Indeed.

 

 

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One Response to “checking in with the CW Superfriends”

  1. Janice Says:

    Flash is still our favorite too. We liked Supergirl last season, but this season just doesn’t have the same feel to it. We are definitely looking forward to the crossovers next week. O has his DC encyclopedia out and looks up EVERY character that is new to us.


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