Young Justice: Illusion of Control

The holidays are coming as the Young Justice crew deals with assorted problems in various locations. We see domestic developments in Star City, problems with the new meta-kids in Taos, and an unexpected attack with some great misdirection.

Young Justice: Away Mission

The show started off focusing on six young heroes, but those days are long gone. Now, there are so many characters that we spend this episode with two different teams and still don’t get to see even close to everyone. Or even most.

Legends of Tomorrow: Necromancing the Stone

Among the many things I enjoy about the Legends of Tomorrow is the sense of humor and pop culture references. They have fun with that in their titles from time to time, and did for this one. “Necromancing The Stone,” is a call back to the Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner action comedy, Romancing the Stone.

Legends of Tomorrow: Curse of the Earth Totem

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has been working more towards being an action comedy than the other shows, and they’re doing a good job of it. “The Curse of the Earth Totem” continues that trend with another mash up kind of episode. Last time was Abba and Groundhog Day. Now, it’s a sort of romantic comedy and pirate adventure.

Flash: Luck Be A Lady

Last episode, lurking bad guy The Thinker hinted there were more new metas for Team Flash to deal with. That’s a big part of this episode, as the team faces a new version of a minor DC Comics character.

Flash: The Wrath of Savitar

  After dealing with Grodd the last two episodes, the STAR Labs team have a new problem to face. The big bad of the season is finally back, and making life hell for our heroes. Now, they have to face “The Wrath of Savitar.” Preparing for the upcoming showdown with their fast foe, the speedsters…


Flash: Shade

This week’s episode of The Flash starts off with Wally. He’s having very vivid dreams of being Kid Flash. While it’s great to see a live action version of the iconic Kid Flash costume, it’s a bit worrisome on the show. Joe is very worried that what’s happening with Wally is similar to what happened to Frankie Kane, and her dreams that led to her villainous Magenta persona. Wally argues that she was an evil split personality, and all he wants to do is help people. There’s definitely some tension between them about this.