Things are coming to a head with the ASA’s occupation of Freeland. They’ve been thugs, throwing their weight around, acting like the worst examples of authoritarian figures I can think of. I don’t think they quite stooped to randomly shooting people in the streets, but they’ve done just about everything else wrong you can.
Black Lightning wraps up the second season with a lot of twists and turns. I wasn’t sure where they were going, and when the end came, I didn’t see it coming at all. I was thrilled when Black Lightning debuted, and, while it’s had problems, I still think it’s a great show.
Black Lightning starts off the two-part season finale with “The Book of the Apocalypse: Chapter One: The Alpha.”
Black Lightning’s “The Book of Secrets: Chapter Four: Original Sin” could just as easily have been titled “Everyone Has A Bad Day.”
Things are building to a head as the end of the season gets closer for Black Lightning. “The Book of Secrets: Chapter Three: Pillar of Fire,” not only continues the trend of long titles, but brings several sides of things into conflict. Tobias Whale makes a bold move, Jefferson comes to a surprising, but…
Black Lightning continues the second season of teen runaways and ridiculously long titles with “The Book of Rebellion: Chapter Three: Angelitos Negros.”
Essentially, most of the cast handle things badly in “The Book of Rebellion: Chapter Two: The Gift of the Magi.” The title doesn’t even really work, as it references a very specific short story and none of the circumstances of the show really fit it.