Superhero crossover event results in two weddings and a funeral

The crossover event, Crisis on Earth X, brought Supergirl, the Legends, Green Arrow, and the Flash together to fight Supergirl and Green Arrow’s evil doppelgangers on Earth X.

Overall, I thought the four episodes were exciting, but at times the fight scenes were a little difficult to follow. To sum it all up, even though it looked like they couldn’t possibly beat the evil Supergirl and Green Arrow, they did.

Sadly, in the melee, Martin Stein was shot. I had read that Victor Garber, who plays Martin Stein, planned to leave, but I didn’t expect the writers to kill him off. They could have left the door open for him to come back after his run on Broadway. I guess he didn’t want the option of returning.

While I shed a couple of tears for Martin Stein, the crossover event made me shout for joy at the end. Not only did Iris and Barry get married, but Oliver and Felicity did as well. Yes, you read that correctly. We finally have Olicity. It looked like we were only going to have one wedding until Felicity surprised everyone by asking Oliver to marry her. After she embarrassed him by saying no in front of everyone earlier in the crossover event, I was expecting him to say no. I should have known that Oliver would never say that to Felicity and I’m glad.

What did you think of the crossover event?

 

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The CW Network introduces the precursor to the Justice League

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow ended with a surprise twist. After ridding the world of Savage, it appeared the team was breaking up for good. They had completed their mission and there was no reason for them to travel through time together.

All of the members of the team tried to adjust to normal life again, but couldn’t. Ray and Martin figured out how to contact the Waverider and Rip came back, surprised that everyone wanted to join him again, except for the Hawks who decided to give their relationship a chance.

Everyone is about to get on the Waverider when another one shows up and Rex Tyler (aka Hourman) is on board. He is from the Justice Society of America and claims Mick sent him.

The Justice Society of America is the precursor to the Justice League and makes perfect sense for the CW Network, which has become the home to DC’s superheros. With the addition of Supergirl in the fall, the crossover potential is huge, making the Justice Society doable.

With this development, fall TV looks much more interesting.

Are you excited about the Justice Society of America?

 

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Arrow: The original Canary is back

Sara, the original Black Canary, has returned to Arrow. Can I get a big hallelujah? I only wish she could become the Black Canary again.

How did Sara make her grand return? Laurel and Thea took Sara’s decaying body to Nanda Parbat to throw it in the Lazarus Pit and bring Sara back to life. Apparently, the fact that Thea is nuts since coming out of the Lazarus Pit means nothing to Laurel.

Malcolm, who has zero morals, even thought it was a bad idea. Of course, he finally agreed even though he knew Thea would be Sara’s target as soon as she came out of the pit. So I guess he stayed true to character.

Anyway, Sara is back, but crazy for now. It can’t last long because she has to be sane enough to be the White Canary on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. However, we know from Malcolm that the blood lust won’t leave until the one who killed her is dead, meaning Thea. Could this episode have been a hint as to who’s in the grave? Possibly.

I thought Darhk would be the one who would make Oliver kill again, but could Oliver have been talking about Malcolm because he allowed Sara to come back from the dead and kill Thea?

What do you think of Sara’s return?

 

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