In just a few short weeks, DC returns to the CW. To commemorate the occasion, they’ve released new posters for each of the new seasons of Arrow, Flash, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and newcomer Supergirl.
The Flash, Arrow, and the Legends of Tomorrow are returning to the CW this fall, along with newcomer Supergirl!
A serviceable Legends of Tomorrow finale solves one of Arrow Season Four’s biggest problems.
Rip and the Legends really go off script in “Destiny.”
“River of Time” flows like a dream.
This week’s Legends of Tomorrow redeemed this week’s lackluster Flash and Arrow episodes.
As much as I enjoyed “Last Refuge,” I couldn’t help feeling disconnected.
“The Magnificent Eight” is a revealing look at the evolution of the character of Rip Hunter, and a romp through the old west.
“Marooned” is a stellar deep space adventure that brings Legends of Tomorrow back to form
Legends fumbles. It had to happen sooner or later.
“You and me Grey, we’re Firestorm!”
Legends of Tomorrow’s 3rd episode is about the flaws inherent in those who live on the line between hero and villain.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: Pilot Part 2 has more going on before its opening title screen than most shows have in an entire season.
CW’s new superhero epic turns out to be bigger on the inside.
A handy introduction to the eight members of Rip Hunter’s team, chosen to save the world from the tyranny of Vandal Savage.