‘The Rookie’ 3×05 Review: “Lockdown”

The Rookie returns after a little hiatus with “Lockdown,” an episode in which the characters take really big risks to try to get justice.  Will they get it?  Let’s comment everything about The Rookie 3×05 “Lockdown“. Here we go! The first thing we are going…

‘The Rookie’ 3×03 Review: “La Fiera”

In this episode, The Rookie continues the courageous line of social denunciation that we loved from last week and is even better.

‘The Rookie’ 3×02 Review: “In Justice”

We’re back! The Rookie returns after a week, with a somewhat calmer episode than last week, but that deals with the big racial problem in the United States, police reform and the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as tackling this social reality…

Comic Con News Round-up: Friday

Snagging a ticket to Comic Con is no walk in the park. If you’re one of the masses of fans who couldn’t find a way to squeeze into Hall H this year, check back here all week for our coverage…

Brandon Routh and Tyler Hoechlin will both play Superman in Arrowverse crossover

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… two Supermans? In the upcoming Arrowverse crossover, Tyler Hoechlin will reprise his role as Superman. But Brandon Routh will also play the Man of Steel, just as he did in the 2006 film, Superman Returns. Routh will…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 4×03 Review: ‘Dancing Queen’

If you spend enough time with someone, you feel like you know them. Their likes, dislikes, allergies and favorite colors. “Dancing Queen” enforces that through some of the men of the Waverider: Ray, Nate and Constantine. However, “Dancing Queen” also…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 3 Review : The Wild, The Wacky and The Beebo

One thing that fans get upset about with the Arrowverse is that it takes itself too seriously at times. The polar opposite of this, though, is Legends of Tomorrow, a show which embraces the wacky and the silliness of its…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ 3×07 Review: “Welcome to the Jungle”

Let’s be real for a moment. The fun thing about time-travel is, of course is the ability to go anywhere in time. Julius Caesar? No problem! Meet Abe Lincoln? Cool Beans! The 2004 Oscars? Okay, weird choice, but why not?…

Legends of Tomorrow 3×04 Review: “Phone Home” or The 80’s baby!

As a child of the 80s, I can admit a few things about the era that Legends of Tomorrow paid tribute to with ” Phone Home.” The biggest thing I can admit about the 80s: They were really cheesy. From movies to…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ SDCC 2017 Interview: Brandon Routh Teases Return to Ray’s Inventing Roots

When we last left Legends of Tomorrow, our group of Legends had faced off against and defeated the Legion of Doom while also managing to break time in the process. Now we’re left wondering, what next? We spoke with Legends…

More is revealed for ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ season 3 at SDCC!

One of the surprise hits of last year was the absolute joy that was season 2 of Legends of Tomorrow. As we ended the season, time had been damaged by the Legends attempts to fix it. At today’s panel ,…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’: 5 Questions We Want Answered At SDCC

As we ended season 2, our Legends saved the day but the world had changed around them. Modern city streets were surrounded by 18th century technology and dinosaurs! With Legends of Tomorrow joining its fellow DCTV shows for Comic-Con this…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’: Season 2 review and Season 3 Wishes

Sophomore slump is a term used by TV insiders which refers to a show that goes into it’s second season and, naturally, gets into a slight dip in quality. It does happen to some shows sometimes (some would put The Flash‘s…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×17 Review : “Aruba”

A question I asked myself right before I typed this was: How can I describe this episode of Legends of Tomorrow? So many words come to mind when I think of this season 2 finale: wild, funny, shocking, touching are among the…

What To Expect: Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 Finale

If there was one show we would give the “Most Improved Show” award, it would hands down be Legends of Tomorrow, which in just one season has righted the wrongs that plagued it in its debut season. Legends went from…

Legends of Tomorrow 2×09 Review: 'Raiders of the Lost Art'

As Legends of Tomorrow time jumps to Tuesdays, the mid-season premiere made it damn clear that the first half surge of Legends is something that’s no aberration. This show has established itself as one of the more solid DC Comics…

The Flash 3×08 Review: I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends

Aliens? ALIENS? You’d think that the premise that a species of aliens known as The Dominators coming to take over Earth would make this latest Arrowverse crossover ludicrous. But surprisingly ludicrous works especially when you have a group of heroes…

Legends of Tomorrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Brandon Routh

Brandon Routh is one of those people who always comes with a smile, and always seems to put a smile on our faces. “What can I tease?” he contemplated, when we asked him to talk about Ray’s season 2 journey,…

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ WonderCon Interview: Brandon Routh

Before Ray Palmer joined the team of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow he was a man that had come back from the dead (not literally, he had just been very, very, very small) that was searching for his purpose in life.…

‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ 1×03 Review: Blood Ties

Building a show out of characters we’re familiar with is both a very good bet and a dangerous way to live. A good bet because, let’s face it, the getting people to care is the biggest hurdle any new show…