Location: midlothian Illinois just south of chicago
Flash, Arrow and Gotham
hi all been awhile since i posted anything, especially since it isn't indy related. just wanted to know since marvel is getting a lot of press for it's movies i was wondering what you think of dc's television shows? this year saw the revival of the flash television series. i think it has very good writing and the effects are very much in line with movie quality work. i know arrow is on its third season , but i just caught up with the first two and missed the first ten episodes of this season ( which i'm hoping will be on netflix soon). finally gotham , well written stories and quite the different turn on the batman mythos. so let me know what you like or dislike about the shows, cause next season we have supergirl and legends of tomorrow coming from dc.
Admit I do watch the Flash, and Gotham. Only ever watched one episode of Arrow (because there was a Flash crossover with Arrow) not really interested in it otherwise. Gotham has mostly dissapointed me, it doesn't know what it wants to be. The Flash is the better show by far.
I am intrigued by Flash and Arrow, but have not found the time to watch them. I was always a DC superhero fan as a kid, so I think I would probably like them. I was never a fan of Smallville though and I think I was always afraid that these shows would be similar to that one, but I've been told that is not the case. I watched Gotham from the beginning. It first intrigued me, but as the season progressed, I grew to hate it. I grew tired of the overuse of the Batman villains. I hate Fish Mooney and there was way too much of her. In the end, I thought the storylines were just a little too dumb and hokey. I don't watch anymore.
George Lucas is the new Abe Lincoln, who time travelers are always visiting. (In Lost, Hurley wrote him an improved script for Empire Strikes Back.) Legends Of Tomorrow's Spear of Destiny episode:
During the New York attack, Rip recovered the Spear from the Waverider and used the time drive to escape. In the present, the team learns about the Spear and arrives in Los Angeles, 1967, when they confront Darhk and Malcolm attempting to kidnap Rip, who has no memories of his previous adventures and is training with George Lucas. Both parties escape; and Rip is arrested by the police. The team abducts him from custody and takes him to the Waverider. Nate and Ray are revealed to have lost their specialties and powers since the aberration caused Lucas to quit filmmaking. While Nate, Amaya and Ray meet Lucas to dissuade him, the others learn that Lucas has a fragment of the Spear. Darhk and Malcolm overpower Amaya's party and forces them to search for the fragment in a dumpster. The others arrive and a battle ensues, during which they recover the fragment and the Medallion; but Rip is abducted by Thawne, who intends to torture him to find the other fragments. Lucas returns to filmmaking; and the team vows to rescue Rip. Meanwhile, Mick tells Stein about his hallucinations, which the latter eventually interprets are emotional, not neural.