Hell, most of the time when it's the dude our main is going after, it is typically cases of that dude making the advances and our main just making faces at them. Supergirl, while very much a part of it somewhat, also had the benefit of being on CBS which is a more traditional medium. So it was more boy meets girl drama instead of immediately getting to the sexual moments of gratification. Mostly because CBS is reaching to an older audience. Not to say you can't play it mature with teens on the CW, but they sometimes don't wish to in their story format.
It's more the classic CW narrative. They know who they are serving the show to most of the time. So it'll be for the pining of an attractive girl or woman. Even in their move to inclusivity.
It's also not even the most hyped couple of all time. That is still going to Lois and Clark who are literally the most iconic one of all time.
Yes, I am aware it's a factor. Whether right or not at times. Though whether it is, the whole rebellion makeup thing is not exactly new to me of the many years I have been doing this job.
You aren't the first at all, but keep on flattering yourself.
I mean that I don't care for. I'm not Christopher Nolan. This is the DC Universe. It's more the type of story scale with said superhuman powers. Jefferson fighting an army from another country was a little more in the territory of the other shows with armies of meta-humans and such.
I didn't like Season 3 as much as everyone else. IDK It sort of distracted from too many of BL's core themes. I do get why people like it though. It certainly is Black Lightning's biggest in scale.
Not saying you can't dislike the Arrowverse. It's not law. Though saying the show about the teenager summoning a cosmic staff developed by a world war hero who ends up putting together a group of superheroes based on retired supersoldiers/tights wearing do-gooders is the realistic one is objectively not true. Like, at all.
Pixlr is good for it. Just make sure you don't alter the image. Just upload it and save it under png.
So... the very concept of living in the DC Universe is your problem? And you signed on for the Geoff Johns lead show? lmao
Also yeah, nobody is staying dead on here. Hell, even the first season is staring that kind of comic status quo setup. Seriously, who is really in denial is the one that signed up for the most comic show of all due to being ran by the one who created Stargirl in said comics, and got the job writing comics because he was into one of the most expansive parts of DC lore of all time. You thought the Speed Force was bad? Try the Green Lantern Corps. Cause that is what is next.
You got Superman & Lois. Sure, it's carrying on Todd Helbing's penchant for making mediocre to terrible villains, but that's not putting down the whole series as something not amazing.
And yeah, the actual amazing ones were the ones ending their runs such as Supergirl and Black Lightning. Though saying that even interacting with these heroes that have had more good and great seasons than bad and acting like a crossover is some kind of poison is ridiculous. Especially considering both shows have what the other needs. Stargirl's world, thanks to Geoff Johns's form of storytelling, is way too small. Both in it's type of heroes and his expansed world. While the Arrowverse needs that more youthful presence and strength of Stargirl's heroes journey.
Even just one plushie.
Because it already is a part of it. Barry's a part of the DCEU too and is crossing over with them again. Denial would be saying they don't exist in the same universe which is more what you are doing.
As for saying I'm denying it, you are making a point that is barely standing based on shows you haven't watched in quite a few years. Not to mention the one with heat vision arousal is the one you stand on a higher pedestal. Like I said, I'm not the one in denial.
I mean the DC part is just the icing on the cake to go "We somehow own your kids childhoods through a brief gag on our sci-fi comedy"
Supergirl Season 4
Black Lightning Season 1
Arrow Season 2
Any Beebo merch is a missed opportunity by DC to rake in a lot of dough.
Probably not going to happen. Closest we'll get is if that CW Flash cameo in the Flashpoint film is significant when those get sets. Though due to DC believing they are super dark, they aren't exactly rolling in kid friendly merch.
I'm just showcasing why even adding Stargirl at all makes no difference. Hell, it's more beneficial for both than a downside.
Also this isn't being defensive, and this isn't "doing it when it's necessary." This is doing it literally everyime he feels the slightest bit insulted. Which just makes him petty, childish even, and yes, abusive.
For one, how does having a lot of DCTV shows make it bad? It's an expansive multiverse that goes as far back in DC's media history as the 40s now that even the Superman animated serials exist in Arrowverse canon. That'd happen whether they just ignored making Stargirl a part of it or not.
Also obviously they would notice that fact. It is pretty glaring that she is in high school. What exactly is the problem with that? The only people who would notice that and not care are people doing so for worrying reasons. (Like Batman)
And why exactly is the time between the last DCTV viewing suddenly so significant to your point there?