I’m just glad Red Lotus has a chance to play himself for a change.
She loves a good box, my ruh. As does her sister. So much fittin’ and sittin’ at chez2b.
I actually think The Monitor was probably impressed. Remember last year in the Elseworlds crossover he chastised Doctor Deegan for not thinking big enough when using his magic reality-altering book. Nobody can criticize the Legends for not going big
Also Nate and Ray both sacrificing themselves to save the other this season makes their friendship even more next-level awesome
Ohmigosh... I just realized. Hank Heywood, played by Back to the Future’s Tom Wilson, helped get his son brought back to life by... The Power of Love.
Nate being around does make Zari’s “disappearance” matter. If he stayed dead, it would make that less tragic.
I often grumble about Arrowverse shows tendency to usea cliche plots and being so predictable but LoT can always make such a wonderful things out of theirs. Like, I knew Ray probably made friends with his tortured (he did it with Damien Darhk) but I didn’t expect flashback from the worst season to be this…
They really did make this scene for gifing. Cutting just the frames of the Monitor, it loops almost perfectly...
Nate has to keep going on and having his heart broken by (awesome) women from time periods other than his own! The Legends all have their own weird hero paths to walk...
But I’m just going to come out and say it: I thought Nate should have stayed dead. His story had come full circle. It made sense for Nate to sacrifice himself for his best friend, and get to spend eternity having beers with his dad.
The monitor just standing there eating popcorn was the best.
Heya, peeps. Time to Tuesday. Y’all tell us what’s got you feeling boxed in lately.
It’s likely for brand recognition until Sam-as-Cap becomes more established in the MCU.
GIVE ZEMO HIS COSTUME, COWARDS!
I still want a Skurge mini series BEHOLD! MY STUFF where he liberates treasures from the hotspots of Midgard. You know he challenged someone for that Vespa.
“Mackie’s accepting the shield from Captain America at the end of Avengers: Endgame will figure into the miniseries, but the studio had no comment on where it goes.”
It has to take place post-Endgame or else Bucky would still be in cryofreeze or in Wakanda.
I think Lillian poisoned Lex in retaliation for his attempt on her life, not out of any moral qualms about alien genocide. After all, she was behind Cadmus, which was hunting and murdering aliens long before the Children of Liberty came along.
I don’t think she’s evil quite yet- a living Lex was always going to get back up and murder loads of people, so killing him is more a shade of grey. I hope Kara fixes it.
I really liked John Cryer as Lex. He was wonderfully campy and over the top (all this murdering tot he sound of music he does) and gelled well with the show. I was sad to see him go and I’m happy with Monitor resurrecting him for more mayhem. I was also glad that eve was not the crazy, obseessed fangirl trope but was…