they’re in full damage control which kills me because instead of protecting, ya know, real world living breathing human women, they’re cleaning up risque pictures or immature(usually bad) jokes from old content
Selecting the Assagai and it sounding like Ass Guy and agreeing wholeheartedly.
I don’t know how this episode was different from the first season. The ISA killed people and they showed it. This is a comic book show about heroes fighting bad guys, so I do not know what you are expecting.
That’s ok wipeout fans. We Breath of Fire fans were already sent to this hell with Capcom. It does NOT get better, I’m sad to say
He’s got that Number 5 from Umbrella Academy vibe.
I don’t either, but the overall show isn’t like that. An episode built around the heroes fighting the villains, and introducing the Big Bad of the season, can be though. And this episode still had some humor.
...but run away where? Eclipso is clearly a world-ending sort of threat. Shade knew that once Eclipso gained a sufficient amount of power, there would be nowhere in the world to hide. This was the weakest he’d ever be. He’s only going to get stronger and harder to beat, from here on out. No matter how bad the odds, he… Read more
The cuts and deep shadows might have made it look more dramatic, but the fight looked like they absolutely put work in the choreography to me. It’s a TV show too. They don’t have a ton of time to choreograph fights, which made it all the more impressive, at least to me.
Walter Garcia, Director. Amazing talent.
It is not a standard CW show (neither is the new Superman and Lois show for that matter, although that one is a bit of a slow burn).
I had my mouth open watching the fight scene where the action jumped from character to character super seamlessly, it was beautiful!! It reminded me of Arrow S2 finale with Oliver and Slade’s fight is undercut between the past and present - and that’s high praise.
I guess the stunt person is mostly to credit, but Artemis in the fights was really fun & a cool mix of the fighting styles of her parents. I loved how much fun she was having, until Eclipso and then she wasn’t anymore
Little bit of Sam Raimi in that fight photography. Especially that staff-pov (and Courtney's foot-pov!) shot. How much fun was that?! B.A.
Do we think that Eclipso’s host might have been Dr. Mid-Nite, then?
- Isaac bringing up that sort of stuff to Yolanda means that he’s looking for a beat-down from Courtney. Not that Courtney is protective of Yolanda or anything.
- Beth, your parents divorcing isn’t the same thing as her parents being in prison.
- Looks like Cameron is about to enter his emo phase. Seems like he’s also… Read more
I don’t know how everyone else felt about this episode, but I thought the fighting was stellar. The stunt coordinator for the first season directed it, so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.