Every character in these shows are just adaptations of the comics. He's not one-to-one the same as the comics, but neither is Supergirl herself or anyone else.
Oh yeah, I definitely thought this was one of the better episodes this season.
Yeah, that's better.
Violence is kinda par for the course with Gotham city. Honestly, this show isn't any more mature than Legends is or many of the other CW shows (or I think, anyway? I don't watch them). It's just the tone is darker than Legends, Flash, and Supergirl so it's more apparent. Black Lightning is even more mature than this and it's still TV-14.
Also, I recommend you edit out those spoilers since posts aren't supposed to have spoilers for the first day of an episode's release so this post could get deleted. But yeah, the ending was very good and makes me pretty excited for the next episode even if it looks kinda filler-ish.
Superman in the comics is pretty well known for working with the Legion, especially going to the future himself. Very possible he's met the Legion who gave him an honorary ring.
I just got back from Birds of Prey.
I literally think this is the best comic book movie in 16 years - since Spider-Man 2. Only Thor: Ragnarok, Spider-Verse, and Shazam come close.
You kinda have to have J'onn, though, so he can give everyone their memories.
Well, I wouldn't say it was a super popular show so you could be one of the few. I want to watch it sometime, though.
I don't think I'd change any of the choices, but Jefferson Pierce and Laurel or John should've been there.
Even if they did, Frost is going through/has gone through a medical procedure of some sort. He may be unable to contact anyone, no less some people on a wiki he loosely knows.
They don't know.
I never had any aiming troubles in the Arkham games.
Rocksteady and WB Montreal really know their stuff, I think. I don't think using GA's different trick arrows would be pretty akin to how gadgets worked in Arkham.
Maybe, but WB Montreal could work on one. They did Arkham Origins and are seemingly making a new Arkham game.
Besides, this is just hypothetical and doesn't even need to be in the near future - it'd take years to make, after all.
That looked more like Harry to me, but they're also pretty subtly different.
I doubt Harry's back, but I suppose that's a possibility. Maybe some post-Crisis illusions somehow? Sure we'll find out soon.
It probably the game I've wanted them to make the most since they've wrapped up Arkham. Except I don't want it to be Arrowverse.
And Xander, the point of having it star a different hero is to make the game different.
There's no real narrative purpose in killing of Joe. He's a mainstay character of his own with his own development that is separate from Barry.
I say Supergirl, but I'd say Black Lightning is actually the best when all things are considered.
Yeah. I've mentioned this before, but most of Supergirl's "politics" are just saying... racism is bad and xenophobia is bad. Those should just kinda be no brainers, not a political issue.
I'm sorry, I've droned on about this way too much and I'm tired of repeating myself over why Supergirl isn't too political. I don't really think any of those points are really valid.
I'd personally rather have a show take a stance in something political than be completely neutral. That's boring, and I don't get why people would want to watch something like that. I found Specter of a Gun to be the worst episode of season 5 because of that very reason. By all means, show both sides, but I'd rather have the show say where it stands than leave it up in the air, otherwise, what's the point? I'm not a fan of Last Man Standing because it's a show fueled by politics I don't agree with, but I at least respect it because it stands for something. And a superhero show more than most other genres has to stand for something.