DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 9

“Beebo the God of War” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow takes the team to England to battle toy worshipping Vikings as they deal with the recent loss of a team member. You might be forgiven for expecting this episode to be more on the glum side considering the recent loss of Martin Stein. As I said…

Kneel Before Pod – Crisis on Earth-X

This year’s Arrowverse crossover has been and gone so Kneel Before Pod had to contribute to the discussion. Craig and Chris take up the task of talking through this historic TV event and have a great time doing it. The conversation covers the story, evil doppelgängers, headcanon, comic book events, use of characters and a…

Crisis on Earth-X- Night 2

DC’s Crisis on Earth-X continues with our heroes separated and captured by Nazis with little hope of rescue or escape. Going into the third part the situation is grim. Oliver, Barry, Sara, Alex, Jax and Martin are stuck in an Earth-X concentration camp while Team Arrow, Cisco, Caitlin, Harry and Kara are trapped in the…

Crisis on Earth-X – Night 1

This year’s Arrowverse crossover begins with a double whammy taking place in episodes of Supergirl and Arrow. Our heroes are forced to battle the darkest parts of themselves when Nazis from another Earth attack. A crossover like this creates problems for a reviewer in terms of how to approach it. I wrestled with whether I…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 7

“Welcome to the Jungle” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow takes the team to the time of the Vietnam War to battle a time displaced Gorilla Grodd. This show has been onto a winner lately with a run of episodes that are both fun and character driven. They do slip into the realm of the ridiculous fairly…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 6

“Helen Hunt” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heads back to 1930s Hollywood as the team track down an anachronism in the form of Helen of Troy herself. Probably the best known historical fact about Helen of Troy is that she was considered unimaginably beautiful. The phrase “the face that launched a thousand ships” comes up a…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 5

“Return of the Mack” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow starts to build the main threat of the season when the team find themselves in the midst of a Vampire hunt. The opening of this episode suggested that it might be another fun romp. The foggy London backdrop, riffs on Sherlock Holmes and the intrigue caused by…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 4

“Phone Home” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heavily references E.T. when the team embark on a mission to save Ray Palmer from being killed in 1988. When watching this show you have two choices. You can either go with what it has to offer or live in frustration with the silliness that peppers every episode. I…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 3

“Zari” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow brings a new recruit to the team and shows a bleak possible future banning religion and Metahumans. Warped alternate futures are the bread and butter of time travel stories because they’re an easy concept to capture the imagination of the viewer. The hard part is making them engaging enough to…

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 2

“Freakshow” DC’s Legends of Tomorrow heads back to 1870 on a mission to prove the team’s worth by dealing with an anachronism at P.T. Barnum‘s (Billy Zane) Circus. The anachronism in question is a caged Sabre-toothed Tiger brought out to perform for eager crowds. Last week suggested that the broken time plot had been largely…