DC’s Legends of Tomorrow

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×10 Review: “Bad Blood”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×10 “Bad Blood” highlights a universal truth of all life, hero or not. Addiction can bring out the worst in everybody.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×09 Review: “This is Gus”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×09 “This is Gus” is a reminder of how much a tv show can influence a person’s life. We review.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×08 Review: ‘Stressed Western”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×08 “Stressed Western” brings back some familiar faces, as it explores the dynamics between the team.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×07 Review: “Back to the Finale Part II”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×07 “Back to the Finale Part II” finally lets Sara Lance reunite with the Legends, and it feels so good.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×06 Review: “The Bishop’s Gambit”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×06 “The Bishop’s Gambit” delivers some hard truths to a few of the Legends. Some are little ones, like John isn’t really the most fondest of house guests crashing at his home. Other truths, though are a…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×05 Review: “The Satanist’s Apprentice”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×05 “The Satanist’s Apprentice” shines the spotlight on Astra as she struggles with the everyday pains of normal life.

Legends of Tomorrow 6×04 Review: “Bay of Squids”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×04 “Bay of Squids” is a classic “Adventure of the Week” episode. Now if you don’t know of the Cuban Missile Crisis, “Bay of Squids” might not be your cup of tea. Luckily, even in a filler…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×03 Review: “The Ex-Factor”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×03 “The Ex-Factor” puts Zari and John’s budding relationship in the spotlight, and it feels really nice.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×02 Review: “Meat: The Legends”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×02 “Meat: The Legends” has all the ingredients that, like a good burger, leave you satisfied and wanting more.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 6×01 Review: “Ground Control to Sara Lance”

Legends of Tomorrow 6×01 “Ground Control to Sara Lance” shakes the status quo for the Legends as they try to deal with one of their own being kidnapped by aliens. Yes, that sentence would sound ridiculous for any show. Any…

Queerly Not Straight: Caity Lotz and Not Supporting Transphobes

Caity Lotz, from Legends of Tomorrow, is using her platform to support a transphobe and we’re not here for this complicit behavior!

10 Queerly Not Straight Posts You Must Read Before 2021

With 2020 coming to a close we wanted to celebrate our favorite posts here at Queerly Not Straight. From naming some our favorite transgender & nonbinary authors, to celebrating Wynonna Earp’s Wayhaught, and interviewing LGBTQ+ actors, there’s a little bit…

Caity Lotz, Performative Feminism, and Ruining Sara Lance

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting interviews, opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome…

Caity Lotz Shows Her Privilege and The Internet has Thoughts

I haven’t watched Legends of Tomorrow in ages, but I admit I was thinking of catching up now that we’re finally getting a latina character. Well, was, past tense. I don’t think I can look at Caity Lotz’s face right…

DC FanDome Schedule: 21 panels to watch

We’re just one week away from the DC mega-event known as DC FanDome, which will feature an array of panels covering our favorite DC movies and television shows.

DCTV Says: ‘Real Heroes Wear Masks’

We’ve loved and hated, criticized and hailed DCTV shows around here, but we’re not sure we’ve ever been more proud of them than we are now. The CW unveiled some new posters for the 2021 slate of superhero shows …and…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 5 Finale Review: “Swan Thong”

Another season of Legends of Tomorrow is in the books, and you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out what was going to happen. The Legends were able to defeat the Fates and save the earth and…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 5×14 Review: “The One Where We’re Trapped on TV”

After almost five seasons, it’s still amazing when a show can shock and surprise the viewers on a regular basis. Legends of Tomorrow does this every week, and “The One Where We’re Trapped On TV” highlights how silly and wonderful this show can be.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 5×13 Review: “I Am Legends”

One of these days I would love to have a episode of Legends of Tomorrow that was just a nice, calm 60 minutes. Just the Legends sitting around drinking some beers and shooting the breeze. Well that does happen for a brief moment in “I Am Legends,” and it’s lovely.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 5×12 Review: “Freaks and Greeks”

Legends of Tomorrow is the most ridiculous, silly show out there today. And that’s why we love it.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 5×11 Review: “Ship Broken”

What comes to mind when you think of a dog? Companionship. Joy. Frustration. Love. Those are just a few of the things that a dog brings into a person’s life. For the Legends of Tomorrow, a dog brings them a lot of trouble in “Ship Broken.”