Karamel was the big reason that I was so passionate about Supergirl — and guess what, that’s okay. I don’t need your permission to watch Supergirl for a ship. I don’t care if you hate my ship. All I care about is that I get to one of my favorite ships interact on screen once again!
We’re here again! This week Arrow delights us with “Purgatory,” the best episode of the show. It is a complete hour, full of emotional conflicts, goodbyes, tributes to Oliver’s entire journey and tears because yes, they have managed to move us and reach our hearts. Such episodes are the ones
Things are really ramping up in these last two episodes before the crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths. After several episodes spent preparing the team for what is to come, the show’s focus is once again on its hero. “The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 1” explores Barry’s grief
Here’s Arrow’s review! After a week off, the show returned with “Reset,” an irregular episode with some bright moments, but with great deficiencies that make it lack emotion. Let’s comment everything! Here we go! Oliver’s reaction to seeing Quentin opens the episode. He is really seeing a ghost … but