Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today revealed the Official Injustice™ 2 Story Trailer – “The Lines are Redrawn.” Witness the story set in motion in Injustice™: Gods Among Us as new DC characters join the fight and shape the actions that unfold in the upcoming sequel. Injustice™ 2 will release for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One beginning on the 19th of May 2017.
New episodes of Supergirl return Monday, January 23 on The CW!
The midseason premiere of Legends is titled “Raiders of the Lost Art” and is officially described as follows:
When Damien Darhk (guest star Neal McDonough) and Malcolm Merlyn (guest star John Barrowman) try to capture Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) in 1967, they create an Aberration big enough to draw the attention of the Legends. However, when the team arrives they discover that Rip has no memories of his past due to “time drift” and is just a graduate film student. After trying to convince Rip of who he was, they discover that he possesses an incredibly powerful artifact known as the Spear of Destiny, which the Legion of Doom is after. Ray (Bradon Routh) and Nate (Nick Zano) realize that the Aberration has also affected them personally making it difficult to help the team. Meanwhile, Rory (Dominic Purcell) asks Stein (Victor Garber) for help and makes him promise to keep it a secret from the team. Caity Lotz, Franz Drameh and Maisie Richardson-Sellers also star.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is back on Tuesday, January 24.
Director Mace and the Agents debate how to dispose of the Darkhold and what to do with the robotic Aida in a clip from the return of “Marvel’s Agents of
S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Tuesday, January 10 at 10:00 PM ET on ABC.
When innocent civilians begin committing unthinkable crimes across Metropolis, Gotham City and beyond, Batman must call upon mystical counterparts to eradicate this demonic threat to the planet. Enter Justice League Dark, reluctantly led by the Hellblazer himself, John Constantine. Like Batman, Constantine is a cunning, often cynical loner who is the best at his chosen profession – but quickly realizes the sinister forces plaguing the planet will require help from other supernatural alliances. Forming a new “league” with sorceress Zatanna, otherworldly Deadman, and Jason Blood and his powerful alter ego Etrigan the Demon, this team of Dark Arts specialists must unravel the mystery of Earth’s supernatural plague and contend with the rising, powerful villainous forces behind the siege – before it’s too late for all of mankind.
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It took me about 3 days of binge-watching to complete the first season of DC- series The Flash on Netflix.
I have only good things to write about the show so far and the season finale is a great cliffhanger.
The actors may be the best part about the show. They are beliavable in their portayals and even though I have no experience of the characters but from the show, I can say that the casting was rightly done. From the lead to all supporting actors, it fits big time. They are truely great.
The FX required are well done and there is nothing bad to add. I like the flashes or “streak” that the speedster has around himself while passing Mach- after Mach- speeds.
The script is great with villains, or as they are called: “meta- humans”, and a greater story arc that runs throughout the whole first season. I won’t reveal anything as I want this to be a spoiler- free review, but the story, man. WOW! It got me knocked out, even thought I was foreseeing some of the events, there were some minor (or MAJOR?) twists that got me hanged up just to crack me up when revealed. I guess all of these were expected as the comics are a great source of inspiration for the show- scripters and -runners.
I will see the second season this week or maybe next week, depending on how much study I need to do, but The Flash sets up for a good second season and later on tree movies(Justice League Part 1 & 2 and The Flash) that just need to be watched by all of the speedster’s fans.
*I found no reason to not to give it a full pot