I’m not familiar with the casting scene in Atlanta where the show films, but I can’t imagine that it’d be that hard to find an albino actor. Using him in that flashback definitely made it seem as if he’d been an adult for a hot second by then.
Big, if true.
I think you might be confusing “photorealistic depictions of sexually suggestive things” and images that evoke the idea of sexuality. You should give the book a shot. It’s quite fantastic.
It’s nowhere near as joke dense as Ragnarok is. The jokes all land well, so you remember them, but they’re sparing.
I went back on forth with this for a long while and ultimately, it boiled down to two major reasons.
I thought it’d be much better if you went out, read the comic, and discovered the cover yourselves.
Wholeheartedly agree. Seeing Teen Jean take a break from worrying about her future to just kick it with Wanda was fantastic and so, so necessary.
Depressing at it is, let’s all start preparing ourselves for the inevitable day the show does eventually end.
Glad you enjoyed the piece and I agree—Abbott is tremendous.
I have nooo idea.
The correct take.
There’s no one set way that either metahuman or tech-based effects have to be depicted. You see cloaking technology, I see an artist rendering what the Mime envisions when he’s fighting people. Loosen up a little bit, jeeze.
This is canon now.
I’m perfectly fine with Black Lightning existing in its own separate universe until Jefferson pops over for a brief crossover before promptly returning home. There’s a general...campiness to the Arrowverse that’s never really landed well with me and the farther Black Lightning stays away from it, the better, in my…
I won’t have this foolishness in my comments section.
The king is automatically the appointed Panther partially because the royal bloodline are the only people who can safely consume the heart-shaped herb that give the Panthers their phisiological enhancments.
You gotta buy good comics if you want there to be more good comics.