Endgame shows late 40s/early 50s. And a house in the suburbs. Which doesn't fit with any events prior to the end of AC Season 2 or the one-shot. There is no reason why Cap couldn't have arrived after the one-shot. After she had earned being director of SHIELD on her own.
The biggest issue there is the part where from 1948(?) to 2023 Steve Rogers managed to not be Steve Rogers. Not once did he stand up against injustice. Be it Soviets or a movie theater bully.
And that despite ceasing to be the man Peggy loved, she stayed with him for over 60 years.
Nate has his moments, but agreed, he is very bland. It seemed, with his position in the credits that they were transitioning him out.
Of course, rumor has it that Legends has one season left - and it still will probably be a typical Legends short season. So odds are they won't make any major changes now.
So I just noticed, Zari's brother was renamed. Amon "Orisis" Tomaz replaced with Behrad Tomaz.
I also recently noted that the show currently has 11 leads, and about half of them are actually DC Superheroes. I'm hoping next year we can jettison Ava, Gary, Mona, and Charlie as full timers (or completely in the case of Gary and Mona) and maybe add some more comic-based characters.
I'd be more excited it Ghost Rider was canon. Seriously, you cast the same guy that played the part in the MCU (Agents of SHIELD) but its not gonna be connected? Why? Why bother?
Routh was a decent villain on Chuck as well.
I'm only to the first break.
I see Iris read the script, because she somehow knows that Thawne will be on death row in 30 years.
And if Thawne "invented his own Speed Force" then what was the point of him siphoning Barry's power in season 1? I didn't know that a diesel engine could run on ethanol.
And what is the deal with the cast this season? Legends has $1.98 for special effects each week. Flash has to have one actor take a vacation every week.
Remember when Storm King was wildly playing with the sun and moon? Up, down, up, down. An awful lot of power was being unleashed around the world in a matter of a few seconds. Including in any places where there might be portals.
The fondue also reminded me of a EG fan short where Sunset Shimmer asks about these little sugar puffs called 'marshmallows'. Very disturbing.
If the Time Bureau works for the government, and employs former costumed heroes, why exactly didn't they 'Suicide Squad' Mayor "Green Arrow" Queen?
Also, I heard a rumor that beyond Hellblazer, there are actual metahumans on the team. With actual powers or meta-tech. More than a Red Laser Gun that sometimes sets things on fire.
Dash tends to be like that. I didn't think it was out of character.
SK was being pretty crazy with the stolen power in the brief time he had it. It could easily have flowed through the portal.
I missed it, did Spike have wings? The fact it was at the old playset, and not the new one, made me assume that the school wasn't built yet - and that was the start of s8.
Also, Sunset is not to blame, Starswirl is.
The guy bringing LaLa back. I IMDB'd him, and its interesting.
Regarding who he is: he is credited as:
But the actor! He the Other One. The Doctor's brother. The one that could die.
(For those that don't speak me) Elias Taylor from V and V: the Final Battle. The scene I just referenced, his scene at the end of the first night, that was one of the most powerful moments in the mini-series. And watching him grow as the story continued, Wow!
I finally finished s2. I'm undecided on whether I preferred s1 or s2, I enjoyed both. I didn't like the cop out on Jigsaw - and some of the dialogue was written as if he actually had a messed up face, and not a couple scars.
Someone noted, that the Netflix deal prohibits the shows going elsewhere for 2 years after they wrap on Netflix. So Defenders season 2 could be in the works right now and be released in late August. And it could use any character that was in s1, or any character known to exist in the world of Defenders s1. So, all the Netflix MCU characters, including Frank.
This person also speculated that the Netflix shows will probably go to Hulu - since Disney will probably own that platform soon.
They got rid of him. And we are supposed to pretend the writers didn't have adult him say he never came back from boarding school on his parents' wishes - or assume he's pinning blame on them for his teen angst.
What is bothering me about the flash forwards. If there is no time travel component, then whatever happens in those scenes has no bearing on the actual story - except to show how Oliver is gone in the future and Star City falls apart. So, after Olie dies in the Crisis, everything he's been working for for the entire season has been for nothing. Why did we waste (7x23)+9=170 hours?
Not officially. We know they are working on Black Widow, Eternals, Shang-Chi, and Doctor Strange 2 was just made official.
Black Panther 2 is also coming, but I have not heard it as officially in pre-production.
I'm also going on record as wanting a Charlie Cox, Tom Holland, Vincent D'onofrio movie.
They had at least a dozen vehicles. Why didn't they have one or more advanced scouts? Who's purpose it is to block off cross streets.
The scout(s) spot an "accident", report it, and the caravan re-reoutes.
And I agree, why didn't any of the 20+ cops get back in their armored vehicle, for safety if not to run her over?
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I have been hoping for Green Lantern to show up since Flash premiered. Back in the 60s they did a lot together. I can see Infinite Crisis changing Diggle into John Steward if the writers decide to end up with only a single Earth. Just have to wait and see what they do.
Brave and the Bold was often Barry and Hal, or Hal and Olie. That famous Speedy cover was B&B.