The Legends of Tomorrow is a lot of fun, and possibly one of the more outright enjoyable hero shows going right now. That said, sometimes they veer a bit too much into “shut off your brain and watch” territory.
The CW’s DC Universe keeps growing. After the annual crossover event, this year called “Elseworlds,” it has been confirmed that Batwoman, who was a major guest star during the event, will be at the very least getting her own pilot.
Oliver’s time in prison is supposedly about to end as we deal with “The Slabside Redemption,” an obvious play on The Shawshank Redemption, a movie based on a Stephen King story.
The battle against the racist (speciesest?) hate group Children of Liberty rages on in “Rather the Fallen Angel.”
The STAR Labs crew has to face a new threat from the pages of DC Comics when things go awry as “The Icicle Cometh.”
The Legends of Tomorrow have another giant monster to fight, but this time there’s no Beebo to help. They journey to Japan, and even get Oriental characters for the title screen, in “Tagumo Attacks!!!”
The season of Diaz evades everyone and the good guys kind of flail about continues as the team tries for some “Due Process,” an ironic title considering vigilantes skip that part of the law.