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  • After the Legends defeated Mallus and wiped the final anachronism from time, they find themselves in unfamiliar territory with the Time Bureau. All that changes when Constantine informs Sara of a new magical threat that leads the team to Woodstock. Constantine thinks he knows how to defeat the new threat, but will need the help of the team and their special klepto talents to help with his spell. Meanwhile, Nate and Rory go on an adventure leaving Nate facing someone from his past.

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    • That Hell Unicorn was badass.

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    • ( Nice to have you back Makeshift)

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    • The otaku with the chestnut eyes wrote: That Hell Unicorn was badass.

      I don't think I can unsee that hell unicorn that was creepy

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    • great episode. the Hell Unicorn was cool. Gary lost a nipple that gonna hunt.

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    • It was kinda cool, and couldn't stop drooling over topless Gary and John at the end

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    • I have never loved this show more than I did after this episode!

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    • Btw Ray i'm that tree that you've been kissin' ;) ;)

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    • Can't wait to see the twists of all the other magical creatures in this show In the trailer, Sara said that Unicorns are homocidal maniacs and Fairy Godmothers are psychopaths. I'm guessing that Dragons will be pyromaniacal arsonists.

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    • at the end of the episode someone or something was attacking John. who do you think is was?

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    • NarendraMartosudarmo wrote: Can't wait to see the twists of all the other magical creatures in this show In the trailer, Sara said that Unicorns are homocidal maniacs and Fairy Godmothers are psychopaths. I'm guessing that Dragons will be pyromaniacal arsonists.

      Well than what does that make Mick Rory?? Lol

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    • WesLuvsBTR wrote:

      NarendraMartosudarmo wrote: Can't wait to see the twists of all the other magical creatures in this show In the trailer, Sara said that Unicorns are homocidal maniacs and Fairy Godmothers are psychopaths. I'm guessing that Dragons will be pyromaniacal arsonists.

      Well than what does that make Mick Rory?? Lol

      I have no clue. Lol

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    • As soon as Sara Lance started talking about releasing demons to Ava. I knew Ava already knew because I've seen that happened so many times in movies, TV shows, anime, etc.

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    • I'm not trying to be obsessed, but I've been awake since this morning

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    • Pretty funny episode (the hippies) with a dark ending.

      Best scene was the Legends under the goo hallucination with John and Sara just staring at them. Ray kissing the tree thinking it was Nora was hilarious.

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    • Chinkycandie wrote:
      Pretty funny episode (the hippies) with a dark ending.

      Best scene was the Legends under the goo hallucination with John and Sara just staring at them. Ray kissing the tree thinking it was Nora was hilarious.

      Now imagine the actors reaction behind the scenes when the cameras stopped rolling and when Brandon found out he would be kissing the tree.

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    • Teddybearlover wrote:
      at the end of the episode someone or something was attacking John. who do you think is was?

      My guess is the First of the Fallen

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    • Chinkycandie wrote: Pretty funny episode (the hippies) with a dark ending.

      Best scene was the Legends under the goo hallucination with John and Sara just staring at them. Ray kissing the tree thinking it was Nora was hilarious.

      The best part of that was Mick holding Nate as he was crawling around. What made ot funnier is while Mick was hallucinating Nate as Axl, Nate was hallucinating Mick as his dad so lord knows why Nate was doing that then

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    • I know it was in the trailer but the hell unicorn wasn't that big of a surprise. Unicorns were vicious creatures.

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    • I wonder if the Unicorn already ate Nora's heart?? Lol

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    • The otaku with the chestnut eyes wrote:
      That Hell Unicorn was badass.

      I agree. I was hysterical laughing when Gary said. I don't want to die a virgin.

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    • So I'm remembering Hank saying that he's got a new government job, I think its at the Time Bureau.

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    • Unless the TB is based in the Pentagon, don't think so.

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    • RIP Gary's nipple

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    • RIP Gary's nipple. It was singular Stryzzar.

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    • So was the unicorn look camo? I mean when Constantine opened the portal the creature became demonic, but before, it was able to have a rainbow mane!

      Anyways, good start for this season, but was hoping to see Constantine in the Waverider by the end. Wonder which of tne many demons that want his head was that attacking him in the end?

      Sara's relationship is probably never happening, unless they are setting up either her leaving or Ava's death so that she stay as captain in the foreseeable future. Ray is such a dork and so is Nate! Z was pretty good and Rory unfortunately is getting tiresome.

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    • Well getting rid of Sara would be the ultimate move to prove that whole thing that the Legends cast is interchangable.

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    • Xandermcc wrote: Well getting rid of Sara would be the ultimate move to prove that whole thing that the Legends cast is interchangable.

      True.

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    • Anybody feel like the writers enjoy putting the Legends on drugs a little too much?

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    • I enjoy it, so who am I to object.

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    • Yeah true. Just think that Phil has a real love for drugs.

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    • Stryzzar wrote:
      RIP Gary's nipples

      All I can say is. Boohoo for his nipples. Because Gideon can regenerate Gary's nipples and Leonard did once lost a hand and he was not crying about it.

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    • That's cold

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    • Stryzzar wrote: That's cold

      Are you saying losing nipples is worst than losing a hand?

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    • nooo, but just because there's something worse doesn't mean he can't get any sympathy

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    • Retcon! Gary was INTRODUCED by being the agent Sara slept with to get the Bureau stuff.

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    • Stryzzar wrote:
      nooo, but just because there's something worse doesn't mean he can't get any sympathy

      Fine. I will try to show more sympathy, it seems that he is not an expendable asset because the Legends did not want him to be dragged down to Hell and they would get blamed for having him dead. Was it enough with sympathy?

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    • My Little Pony finally happened. 

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    • Uriel Exor wrote: My Little Pony finally happened. 

      I can say I have never seen demonic unicorns besides on this show.

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    • Dragonfly82 wrote:

      Uriel Exor wrote: My Little Pony finally happened. 

      I can say I have never seen demonic unicorns besides on this show.

      Tempest Shadow. ;) 

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    • Could there be next demonic kittens and puppies?

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    • Dragonfly82 wrote:
      Could there be next demonic kittens and puppies?

      I don't know. Have to say that LoT is disappointing me at this moment. 

      The first 2 seasons focused on science and time travel. The third and fourth seasons focus on fairytale. Which I hate it. It's like turning Barry into Green Arrow speedster. LMAO

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    • Kir the Wizard wrote:
      Retcon! Gary was INTRODUCED by being the agent Sara slept with to get the Bureau stuff.

      Maybe Sara just knocked him out and implied that she did. Either that or Sara had Constantine cast a spell on him to make him a virgin in the eyes of magic.

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    • Funny, a year ago people got scoffed for having that theory. Now it turns out to be true

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    • I had thought Sara had slept with him. It did seem like her at the time.

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    • Okay, I finally decided to watch the episode.

      If Sara and Ava get married, I'm okay with it. But they better not bring up the whole kids thing.

      And when Nate called the unicorn Twilight Sparkle, I thought a white unicorn would be closer to Rarity because Twilight was purple and has been an Alicorn since the Season 3 finale. Though the whole rainbow stuff was more associated with Rainbow Dash. And she's a pegasus and not a unicorn.

      Oh, and what happened with Constantine at the end? Some kind of invisible demon attacked him?

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    • SeanWheeler wrote:
      Okay, I finally decided to watch the episode.

      If Sara and Ava get married, I'm okay with it. But they better not bring up the whole kids thing.

      And when Nate called the unicorn Twilight Sparkle, I thought a white unicorn would be closer to Rarity because Twilight was purple and has been an Alicorn since the Season 3 finale. Though the whole rainbow stuff was more associated with Rainbow Dash. And she's a pegasus and not a unicorn.

      Oh, and what happened with Constantine at the end? Some kind of invisible demon attacked him?

      Well Sara and Ava don't really seem like the kind of people ready for that stuff. However if they did, it's just adoption. Always the answer so it doesn't confuse you. When lesbians want kids, they mean adoption every time.

      Nate probably said that cause, well to be fair there is very few unicorn related media in the popular culture.

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    • But after Alex looked into adoption as a single Mom, found out she didn't meet the requirements, and said her relationship with Maggie was closer to her goal, that puts the adoption thing into question. If she can't adopt, what makes her think being in a lesbian relationship with someone who didn't want kids would bring her closer to her goal? Tricking her into unprotected sex? That wouldn't work when there's no sperm around.

      Anyway, let's not get back to the topic that got me blocked last year.

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    • Well with her, it was a different case of her being conflicted with her relationship with Maggie which was a different situation to her adoption. She was essentially saying she wanted to sacrifice her wanting kids for Maggie, but Lena said that she made the right choice in choosing having kids.

      With Sara and Ava, they have no disagreements. They both just want to be together in the same house and in love. Not complicated, or dysfunctional this time.

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    • Well, anyway with Alex and Maggie I'm beating a dead horse. I don't know why I keep bringing it up, I must be going mad.

      And speaking of dead horses, was that undead unicorn looking like a Thestral from Harry Potter? Or a Changeling from My Little Pony? Anyway, I actually thought it was going to take off Gary's hand.

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    • Poor Gary. Always dealing with hell. (literally this time lol)

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    • Notice how when the unicorn killed a woman, a black guy looked at his rainbow unicorn t-shirt. Can you guess what he must be thinking?

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    • "Man, did i vote for the wrong mythical creature?"

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    • Xandermcc wrote:

      SeanWheeler wrote:
      Okay, I finally decided to watch the episode.

      If Sara and Ava get married, I'm okay with it. But they better not bring up the whole kids thing.

      And when Nate called the unicorn Twilight Sparkle, I thought a white unicorn would be closer to Rarity because Twilight was purple and has been an Alicorn since the Season 3 finale. Though the whole rainbow stuff was more associated with Rainbow Dash. And she's a pegasus and not a unicorn.

      Oh, and what happened with Constantine at the end? Some kind of invisible demon attacked him?

      Well Sara and Ava don't really seem like the kind of people ready for that stuff. However if they did, it's just adoption. Always the answer so it doesn't confuse you. When lesbians want kids, they mean adoption every time.

      Nate probably said that cause, well to be fair there is very few unicorn related media in the popular culture.

      Well, it's not always by having adoption I don't want to go off topic.

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    • Dragonfly82 wrote:

      Xandermcc wrote:

      SeanWheeler wrote:
      Okay, I finally decided to watch the episode.

      If Sara and Ava get married, I'm okay with it. But they better not bring up the whole kids thing.

      And when Nate called the unicorn Twilight Sparkle, I thought a white unicorn would be closer to Rarity because Twilight was purple and has been an Alicorn since the Season 3 finale. Though the whole rainbow stuff was more associated with Rainbow Dash. And she's a pegasus and not a unicorn.

      Oh, and what happened with Constantine at the end? Some kind of invisible demon attacked him?

      Well Sara and Ava don't really seem like the kind of people ready for that stuff. However if they did, it's just adoption. Always the answer so it doesn't confuse you. When lesbians want kids, they mean adoption every time.

      Nate probably said that cause, well to be fair there is very few unicorn related media in the popular culture.

      Well, it's not always by having adoption I don't want to go off topic.

      Factually, if you do it any other way, it is illegal. At least when you are lesbian. Artificial clonings and child births can get you sent to jail.

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    • Why do you go to the worst?

      I meant. I saw a documentary where a lesbian couple asked a close male friend if he would have sex with them separately for procreation only because they want to go through the whole progress,

      it was very weird and awkward and they turned off the lights, but he didn't want to have children, they weren't gonna ask him for anything and they did all legal work to make sure both sides are happy,

      and there was two roommates a heterosexual woman and a guy who was gay and they wanted to met someone to have children. But after a time they had a idea to have children together but not to be in a relationship and they are happy.

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    • Yeah, a threesome could solve that problem. Maybe if Alex had asked Winn to join her and Maggie for one night, that could be a better solution. Though, I don't know. Putting another person there may feel like cheating and would be awkward for all of them.

      And why do we keep going back to the topic of Alex and Maggie? Will that moment ever leave me alone? I know I'm the one who keeps bringing it up, and that's the problem. I keep bringing it up! And I really don't like talking about it because I feel like I'm this annoying person being rude to people, and I'm questioning people's freedoms. I don't want to say any of that because I was blocked for six months. My homophobic reactions got me thinking pedophilia was more okay but James Gunn was fired from directing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 for decade-old tweets joking about pedophilia with a few homophobic and transphobic tweets in the mix that he wrote and apologized for long before Disney hired him. I'm suffering James Gunn's problems right now! I really want to shut up about it, but it's like something's inside me making me blurt out my feelings. I need to stop now!

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    • I really don't want to get into this, but sperm donors are completely legal, very common for both straight and lesbian women, even in couples one of them can choose to carry the child and its very simple. And on a threesome, no, its not just cheating, they are both lesbians and they don't want to have sex with a guy.

      On Sara and Ava, neither of them seem to be people who would want a child so the point is almost certainly moot.

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    • Yeah, which is what i was trying to say. Only person who wanted kids on Legends is dead.

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    • Okay, sexual discussion over.

      The guy looking at his unicorn shirt. I can relate to his feelings with my reaction to Alex and Maggie's break-up-- Aagh! No! Get these flashbacks out of my head! I would need John Constantine's help to exorcise these bad thoughts!

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    • What would an anti-homophobe spell even be called?

      "sthgir rieht meht evig"

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    • I don't know. Let's just focus on aspects of the episode that doesn't remind me of what's been bothering me. Maybe like that Brony reference? I like My Little Pony too. Some homophobes may hate the show for being too girly and there was a news report of a bully calling a Brony gay, but how can liking something feminine make a guy gay? Wouldn't that be a clue that he's the opposite of that? Could you imagine a guy having a crush on Barbie being called a homosexual? And I'm still on the topic of gays and homophobes, aren't I? Bullocks... Well, at least the DCEU movies hasn't hammered us with this topic yet. We never saw a LGBT relationship in the movies yet.

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    • Actually that topic is brought up a little in Wonder Woman. Also the DCEU is terrible because they are so bare bones with nothing. So saying they don't have LGBT plotlines doesn't help the movies case.

      My problem with Bronies are the small bit of the group that are heavily associated with the furry culture.

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    • I didn't see any homosexuality in Wonder Woman. It had a bit of feminism but when you make a female-led movie, it's difficult to get away from that. And the sexism is a lot lighter than what you'd expect. There have been moments, but at least it's not like the 2009 animated movie where Diana had gender-based arguments with Steve. But there was never any LGBT moments in Wonder Woman. The woman-only island may seem like there can only be lesbians but there's a good chance that nobody on Themyscira would want to have sex at all. Amazons are immortal and they've been rape victims in their history, so they don't really need sex. And during the times of World War I, homosexuality was very frowned upon. It wasn't until recent years in the 2010's that gays were accepted.

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    • SeanWheeler wrote: I didn't see any homosexuality in Wonder Woman. It had a bit of feminism but when you make a female-led movie, it's difficult to get away from that. And the sexism is a lot lighter than what you'd expect. There have been moments, but at least it's not like the 2009 animated movie where Diana had gender-based arguments with Steve. But there was never any LGBT moments in Wonder Woman. The woman-only island may seem like there can only be lesbians but there's a good chance that nobody on Themyscira would want to have sex at all. Amazons are immortal and they've been rape victims in their history, so they don't really need sex. And during the times of World War I, homosexuality was very frowned upon. It wasn't until recent years in the 2010's that gays were accepted.

      If I were born back in WW1 i'd be sent to a Santorum just for having Downs

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    • SeanWheeler wrote:
      I didn't see any homosexuality in Wonder Woman. It had a bit of feminism but when you make a female-led movie, it's difficult to get away from that. And the sexism is a lot lighter than what you'd expect. There have been moments, but at least it's not like the 2009 animated movie where Diana had gender-based arguments with Steve. But there was never any LGBT moments in Wonder Woman. The woman-only island may seem like there can only be lesbians but there's a good chance that nobody on Themyscira would want to have sex at all. Amazons are immortal and they've been rape victims in their history, so they don't really need sex. And during the times of World War I, homosexuality was very frowned upon. It wasn't until recent years in the 2010's that gays were accepted.

      Doesn't mean the Amazons didn't do it. Don't forget they rejected mankind's ways. In both the comics, and the live action movie they referenced that the Amazons are lesbians. Wonder Woman even said she read a book in the Amazon library that guys aren't needed for the "pleasures of the flesh" as she called them. So yeah Sean, it is a part of society and therefore a part of DC no matter which universe you go to. Only place you can really escape it is Marvel's movies, but then you go to their shows and there is a whole bunch of LGBT characters there.

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    • Well, anyway... What do you think attacked Constantine at the end?

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    • I would say Manny or Nergal, but they always seem to now have new magic villains on Legends so this one might be someone who knows John that we never met before.

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    • This sounds crazy, and super weird, but it could plausibly be the late Det. Wilden or if you want something less of a stretch, it could be 1958's Hawk-girl

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    • I knew it! She secretly hated that Ray never remembered her really.

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    • I wish that I seen Constantine's show. But right now, I'm binge-watching The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Crazy stuff going on there. The witches in Archie Comics weren't devil-worshippers right? Must be something to fit with Riverdale's dark tone. Anyway, considering Greg Berlanti was involved with the Arrowverse shows and the Riverdaleverse shows, and Melissa Benoist was once seen in her Supergirl suit at Pop Tate's with the Riverdale cast, what's the probability of Archie Comics crossing over with DC in a CW show?

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    • None. Riverdale and that whole Archie universe is actually connected to the Marvel universe despite being closer to the WB studios. They made a crossover with Punisher in an Archie comic back in the day. Despite not being a fan of that Archie world, i just got that crossover cause i like Punisher. So yeah, they are more likely to cross over with Netflix's Punisher than CW's Supergirl. Sometimes actors from other shows just like to hang on sets man.

      Also i personally don't recommend Constantine. I just feel while the show had a creepy horror element and a good bit of talent with Matt Ryan as Constantine, the rest of it was never well fleshed out or done well. I would say just watch it for more Matt Ryan though.

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    • Archie may have met the Punisher once, but Marvel and DC had crossed over so many times in the comics that the two universes merged into the Amalgam Universe, and more of the Arrowverse crew work on Riverdale while I don't think they work with the Marvel Netflix shows. Plus The Flash introduced the whole Multiverse and alternate Earths, and when the sets are close enough that the actors can crossover behind the scenes, I think a crossover would be possible if both comic publishers approve. And an Archie Comics crossover potential is totally off topic isn't it...

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    • Yes it is.

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    • Marvel can barely cross over with itself at the moment, so crossing with DC is out of the question.

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    • Xandermcc wrote: I knew it! She secretly hated that Ray never remembered her really.

      Nope they were married, and in love at the time, but it could be possible

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    • Never underestimate a cute mythical creature with sparkles that looks like it came out of a little girl's dream.

      The lesson everyone learned about the unicorn will be the same one the criminals of Deerfield will learn when fighting Fairy Girl.

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    • Maybe wait until your stuff hits the shelves before putting in it your references.

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    • But it's good for promotions! Trailers for the episodes are shown before they air. And I have no cheap way to market my books.

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    • Try more popular social media such as Facebook and Twitter and recommend it to your friends. If that doesn't work, try posting trailers for it on Youtube.

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    • I've got a Wheelerverse page on Facebook and I've got trailers for the first two books on YouTube, which is just me talking about them in my awful voice (My voice sounds better in real life than on video). There's no trailer up for Rubber Girl because my videos on my first two books were done in one take and I stutter a lot in my videos, so I tried writing a script for my Rubber Girl video to make sure I don't stutter too much and actually know what to say, but I abandoned the trailer. When I finish Fairy Girl, I'll make sure to prepare my script before publishing on CreateSpace or just make a text-based video.

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    • Good idea. Prep those ads. You go in unprepared and you instantly fail.

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    • Wow, I just now decided to end the second chapter and start the third and final chapter in Fairy Girl (Not separate books just sections within the book). Chapter 2 was getting long.

      Anyway, back to the topic of The Virgin Gary. Um... What's something in the episode we could talk about? The rainbow goo? How can you tell what's real and what's a hallucination or dream?

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    • Can you create a off topic forum thread and talk about promoting your books?

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    • SeanWheeler wrote:
      Wow, I just now decided to end the second chapter and start the third and final chapter in Fairy Girl (Not separate books just sections within the book). Chapter 2 was getting long.

      Anyway, back to the topic of The Virgin Gary. Um... What's something in the episode we could talk about? The rainbow goo? How can you tell what's real and what's a hallucination or dream?

      Well you can't. That is the whole point of a hallucination. To fool your senses.

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    • I don't know. My books have little to do with DC. They may have been a bit inspired by superheroes and my reactions to the poor handling of secret identities and SJW stuff may have affected my writing. And I've wondered if my feelings about the SJW push in the shows could have it's own forum or would it be closed for being too controversial?

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    • Probably so. If arguments about it get out of hand anyway.

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    • If I want to talk about my books here, I think I would want to note a similarity between the episode we're talking about and my books (like how I compared the unicorn to Fairy Girl) or how an episode inspired me to think of new ideas and paths for my stories. Otherwise, if I just talk about my books with no relation to DC, they would come off as off-topic irrelevant spam.

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    • Alright. Talk about your books.

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    • Did you even listen to what Sean was saying Dragonfly?

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    • The reason criminals of Deerfield would be afraid of a fairy despite being better than the unicorn we saw, is that Ariel plays by Batman's rules. She would interrogate her criminals to get the information she wants about where Buzzkill is and what time it is (She doesn't have a watch small enough to fit her), and leave them for the police. She wouldn't kill criminals because that would betray the promise she made to her dying mother, like how Oliver promised Tommy he wouldn't kill. But to relate this book to Virgin Gary, The Atom appeared in his small size and flying. That could be something that would remind people of fairies. Sort of. The Atom is not as much as a dead ringer for fairies as Bumblebee. Hmm... Maybe when I see tonight's episode of Supergirl, I can say something because Kara and Ariel have so much in common as being flying girls with super strength who come from distant planets and well, Supergirl made Fairy Girl political.

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    • I'm sorry for laughing at your story right now, but to be fair, i now have an image of a fairy trying to menace a criminal into giving info so you would laugh too if you didn't make it.

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    • And it's even funnier when she asks about the time because she doesn't have a watch and her Dad wants her back home by 10:30. But the reason why the criminals fear her is that she's incredibly strong for a creature her size. She is only five inches tall but she was able to swing a 20-foot tall lamp post like a bat, and lift an armored truck with two bank robbers and all their stolen money inside. When one of the robbers dangled out of the truck to check what's holding them up, he couldn't see Ariel's tiny body, but he saw her fairy dust, causing the robbers to think the truck's been cursed. A tiny thing with super strength sure is terrifying isn't it? She could flip a grown man over if he grabs her like a doll. Oh and she can shoot fairy bolts, which are concentrated beams of fairy dust that are really hot and can sting or burn her victims. And when they learn that fairy dust is actually radioactive glowing crystallized alien sweat and that she threw her sweat at them, imagine how disgusted they'd be.

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    • Yeah, i would be terrified if i could barely see the thing that lifted me off into the air.

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    • Well, five inches is about the size of a doll, so you can see her. In fact, she's always glowing, which makes it even easier to see her. The only reason the robbers didn't see her in the undercarriage was because of a pipe in the way.

      Anyway is Ray Palmer stronger when he's smaller like Ant-Man?

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    • Nope. Those Pym particle physics are Marvel specific. Ray gets all the strength from the durability of the suit. Due to the super powerful dwarf star alloy that keeps him durable at any height. Until he takes off the suit anyway.

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    • You know, I originally wanted to make fairies in my story sizeshifters that change between two sizes that are stronger in their smaller form. But I had trouble figuring out the physics of how they are going to shrink while keeping their clothes and stuff they are carrying and how Sasha's mass distribution would let her sleep on Stuart's heart without crushing it. And when I looked up Ant-Man's shrinking physics, I found that the movie's explanation actually caused plot holes like if mass and weight doesn't change, how can Hank carry a tank in his pocket? If Pym Particles shrink stuff by squeezing the spaces between the molecules, how can they allow Scott to go subatomic? Yep, Ant-Man's logic didn't work as I thought it would. And after watching the Japanese Netflix show My Little Lover, I decided to remove the fairies' shrinking ability and make them permanently small.

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    • Plus fairies don't grow so the naming wouldn't make sense anyway.

      Also plotholes are going to happen no matter what in stories Sean. You just have to make a very good case to the audience to suspend their disbelief.

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    • Well, some fairies in other works sizeshift and shapeshift, so if I kept the size power, it would still work as a fairy gimmick. But I wanted to avert the "fairies are magical" stereotype by making my fairies a technologically advanced alien race that had inspired the fairies in folklore. Neither Ariel nor Sasha believe in magic despite their hearts actually suffer whenever they hear someone say don't believe in fairies, and they get stronger when people say they do believe, but the whole belief power thing isn't magic, it's neural chemicals sent to the heart with emotion and making a fairy doubt what she is can kill her.

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    • It is a good idea. BTW though, those fairies that change size are very rarely an idea used by writers. Though i can see how story opportunities can be limited when they are always tiny so you made the good choice.

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    • Yeah, the removal of growing fairies nerfs the fairy powerset and prevents them from pointlessly changing size to show off, allows Ariel to struggle with a height disability, and teaches criminals not to pick on something smaller than them.

      Anyway, we keep getting off-topic. Is Virgin Gary meant to be a pun on Virgin Mary?

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    • Yeah, that was the point of why Gary was there. That and to make tons of jokes about Gary being a virgin, but you can do two fun things at once right?

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    • It's the whole point of Gary's character

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    • To be a virgin?

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    • I don't wanna die a virgin either Gary 

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