After a few weeks off for the winter break, Supergirl returns, and she’s not alone. Now, the Girl of Steel is allied with a version of one of DC Comics’ biggest and most powerful teams, which also gives us the episode title: “The Legion of Super Heroes.”
After a long wait (and interestingly timed considering Black Panther comes out in less than a month), Black Lightning debuted on January 16th. While it’s on the CW, it’s not related to the other CW/DC Comics shows like Arrow, Flash, and the rest. Having seen the first episode, that decision makes a lot of sense. I was really impressed and enjoyed the episode.
Not to long ago, Batman asked Catwoman to marry him, thus finally “catching up with” the continuity from decades ago, when the Golden Age characters married, eventually producing Helena Wayne, the Huntress, as their daughter.
With the new show coming up, I thought this would be a good time to go over Black Lightning’s history. Personally, I’m really looking forward to this addition to the CW hero shows, even though Black Lightning won’t be part of their universe
Gotham hits the mid-season finale with “Queen Takes Knight.”
Given that at the end of the big crossover, Felicity and Oliver got married, the title “Irreconcilable Differences” was a bit troubling. I admit, I was wondering if this was going to be the shortest hero marriage ever. Instead, well… you’ll see.
With the crossover finished, the Legends of Tomorrow get back to their usual business of trying to fix time. Personally, I’d like to see a side note at some point of them fixing some of the stuff Barry messed up with his time travel, but that’s me. Anyway, their other recurring issue this season is…