Worlds may be dying even as I type these words…
Supergirl was great, but Watchmen…just…man. What a show!
“Holy Crimson Skies of Death!”
If you haven’t seen SUPERGIRL, now is the time to look away!
Earth-38 is gone. Oliver Queen has sacrificed himself to save a billion lives, and now three billion human and alien refugees have found their way to the Universe of Earth-One. The Anti-Monitor is coming-- and the Monitor’s foresight of the futre has been proven wrong-- how many more heroes must fall to save the multiverse? This text will be blurred
BATWOMAN CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS Part 2
8 | 7c (streaming tomorrow on the CW APP, posting as early as 11 Pacific time)
Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Two - The group uses Ray’s invention to track new recruits to help save the universe.
The Book of Resistance - Chapter Four
The Red Skies have come–
9 | 8c
The Book of Resistance: Chapter Four: Earth Crisis - The Pierce family fears for Jennifer’s life.
Don’t read this if you don’t like wild speculation!
There’s an obvious and generally ignored plot point that can serve as a reset of sorts-- one that causes me to cringe the tiniest tad whenever anyone got angtsy about Flashpoint-- because the Arrowverse itself is actually a Thrawnpoint, if you will. Trapped in the past before Oliver returns to Starling City, the Reverse-Flash causes Barry to become the Flash eight years early. So time is already distorted on Earth-One, and possibly throughout the mulitverse,
Nathan’s already done a poll, so we’ll just link you to his.
And from the news page…
The end of the multiverse is nigh…
8 | 7c
Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three - Pariah enlists Black Lightning to help stop the Anti-Monitor after Flash-90 shares what he learned from his battle in ‘Elseworlds.’
Streaming tomorrow on the CW APP–
If the multiverse has survived…
Uhhh… BLACK LIGHTNING— serious spoilers
THey just zapped Earth 1, Earth 2, well, we knew that one-- and three fifths of the Pierce family in the anti-matter wave–
a thirty-year callback resolves a pivotal moment in the present and the past … what an event
On the other hand…
The Age of Heroes is looking bleak–
and won’t be back until
JANUARY 14TH, 2020!
But in the meantime, there’s plenty of super-hero action and adventure, comedy and drama–
right here in the DC UNIVERSE!
You might consider starting with the first, and finest season of the New, Original
The are some learning curves, and a little bit of over-the-top Adam Westiness, but all in all, these episodes are top notch!
Then, there are ALL FOUR seasons of
The first season has a couple of rough spots, and the fourth season has maybe two episodes that need to be forgotten, but overall a fun and wonderous series of adventures.
applauds in honor of Lois & Clark
That’s a wonderful show.
I’ve been enjoying my rewatch of Superboy. It’s much better than I remembered.
What season are you on, Vroomster?
Need a misadventure for mature spectators?
So You Need A Crew?
S1:E3 — Realizing she needs a crew to pull off heists that will attract the Legion of Doom’s attention, Harley attempts to recruit Dr. Psycho (TONY HALE) and Clayface (ALAN TUDYK).
Mature audiences only. Will almost certainly contain things your five old shouldn’t see in a cartoon…!
100% agree on WW. It’s a classic. Here we are 40 years on an LC is still the culturally iconic Diana (no dis to Gal, she may well be as iconic 40 years from now. But, at best it’s a shared title with LC.) The TV censors wouldn’t even allow WW to throw a punch, but LC managed to make the role work and served as a big role model. The history of 20th century feminism is incomplete without LC’s WW show. Love the first season being set in WW II.
I’ve never watched entire L&C series. I’ve always thought Clark deserved better, but I grew up on a silver & bronze age versions of Lois. So I’ve never shipped them.
Is it worth the time investment?
I’d argue it certainly does contain things, especially language, your five year old should know. Although, school authority figures, the kid’s aunt and grandparents might not see it that way. But, think of the fun that could ensue that last boring week of kindergarten or 1st grade and at xmas dinner with the family, given the kid’s newly discovered “word power”.