I have been disappointed in a lot of this season of Arrow. I’m finding the split teams story long and drawn out and often poorly written. “Doppleganger” finally shows signs of improvement in this slump.
Punisher is almost through his first season, and things are really picking up steam. “Home,” works on several levels, which is something they’ve excelled at with many of their episode titles.
The Agents of SHIELD make their way back to their present finally in “All The Comforts of Home.”
Gotham returns from its long break with “A Dark Knight: Pieces of A Broken Mirror.” They’ve changed the subtitle of the seasons after the break most of the past seasons, but not this time it seems.
Several disclaimers here. This review will not be as spoiler free as most of mine are. And this is not remotely going to be a favorable review for Arrow’s “Collision Course” episode.
Punisher’s first season is speeding towards the end as subplots collide and separate parts of the show start coming together, not in the best of ways for those involved. This episode does change a lot of the status quo so far, and I’m not sure what we’re going to end up with at the end of that thirteenth episode.
When we last saw Black Lightning, he was suffering another weird attack of whatever keeps messing with him and his powers. As “Three Sevens: The Book of Thunder” starts, he’s still lying on the ground after the beating he got from Joey Toledo last time.
“Front Towards Enemy” was a brutal episode for the Punisher cast, and “Virtue of the Vicious” doesn’t exactly let them catch their collective breath