As he learned more about Earth culture, he took the name Augustus Freeman, and, due to his extended lifespan, is now known as August Freeman IV. Marooned on Earth, he became a lawyer (closest to his profession before landing here) and waited for rescue.
There have been a lot of surprises throughout Naomi’s first season. Some of them have clearly been planned, and some of them are just things that I’ve been wondering about that seem to be going on as unexplained and unnoticed.
It’s been an odd first season for Naomi. There are lots of little things that don’t quite make sense, and some of their choices are a bit odd.
No one seems quite sure what’s coming next, and there are geek references a-plenty in “The Fellowship of the Disc.”
We’ve had a few hints about what’s going on with the alien butterflies in Peacemaker. It’s ostensibly the reason the team has been put together, but we’ve been told very little about the larger picture. They finally fix parts of that, and give us several surprises, in “Monkey Dory.”
We learn a bit more about what’s going on with Naomi, learn a bit more about Dee, and see one Arrowverse staple turn up. Also, for what I think is one of the first times in the series, we see some of the other kids doing things that don’t involve, or hinge around, Naomi.
“The Choad Less Travelled” continues the adventures of Peacemaker, his special ops team, and their quest against the bizarre, still not really explained, threat of the butterflies.
The first season of Naomi has been odd to say the least. It’s a DC Comics property on the CW, but it’s not part of the Arrowverse. The titular Naomi has powers, but they are undefined and either affect everyone around her or there’s some really questionable writing. We’ve learned that she’s from a different…
DC Comics’ newest property on the CW, Naomi, is still in the origin phases of their story. There are a lot of things that aren’t quite adding up, and I’m really hoping there’s going to be a big “Oh, THAT’S what’s going on” moment.
Superheroes saving the world isn’t a new thing, but leave it to the Legends to do it in a uniquely odd way. There’s a lot at stake when they get to “The Final Frame.”