It’s been two episodes, and Legends of Tomorrow is already way better than it was all of last season. No, seriously. Not a little better – but way better. This is surprising, considering they’re missing who was, arguably, the strongest character of Season One, Leonard Snart. But it’s there. I’m
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’s first season, Sara Lance transitioned from the League of Assassins’ Canary to the White Canary, a hero that lives in the light. But following the death of her sister Laurel last season, Sara struggled with that emotional heartbreak and desire to keep pushing forward. But
DC TV brought all it’s stars to San Diego Comic-Con, and the Legends of Tomorrow panel was, as always, filled with petty faces, great news and a sizzle reel that has us counting the days till it premieres. Let’s recap the five most important things we learned from the Legends
As the countdown to San Diego Comic-Con reaches the two-week mark, we can practically feel the fall television season get closer within our reach. That means that the return of time travel-happy Legends of Tomorrow is getting closer and closer to rocking our world with another year of time jumping
While Laurel Lance met her tragic end on Arrow late in season four, that didn’t spell the end of Katie Cassidy within this Arrowverse. With The Flash exploring the idea of the multiverse, which included a heavy focus on Earth-2, we saw Cassidy return as Black Canary’s doppleganger Black Siren.