A time like this comes only once per year: it’s crossover season. Team Speedy Arrowcast assembles to discuss the entire four-way crossover of DC’s TV universe (Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), and fields live questions from readers. At the end, only one co-host will be left standing.
Important topics of discussions include DC’s stellar job at inclusivity and diversity, John Diggle’s superpower, why superheroes should never get married, our delight over the return of a familiar face, and our frustration over the story’s major death. Plus, we review reader suggestions for our new rating rubric.
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We convene a panel of superhero TV experts to recap the past year’s superhero series, including “Arrow”, “The Flash”, “Gotham”, “Agents of SHIELD”, “Agent Carter”, “Daredevil”, “Supergirl”, “Legends of Tomorrow”, and “Jessica Jones.”
(If you’re a complete spoiler-phobe, you may want to avoid some of these segments, though there is probably not a single character death or other twist that couldn’t be reversed at any point…)
So we’re breaking up with “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.” At least for now. In this final scheduled episode we discuss the problems with the show and why we’ll keep watching it, but probably while we’re also checking our e-mail and folding our laundry. We’re not mad, we’re just disappointed. It’s not us, “Legends of Tomorrow.” It’s you.
Our all-star group of TeeVee panelists breaks down the second part of the “Legends of Tomorrow” pilot. A predicted death occurs! A Cheech & Chong movie almost breaks out! And what is Rip Hunter doing off-screen?
What happens when a group of superheroes finally get together? This all-star podcast, of course. We discuss Rip Hunter, Dr. Stein’s roofie, and Captain and Tenille on this premiere edition of this legendary podcast.