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The Flash – Don’t Run Review

Whatever happened to having fun? When Season 4 of The Flash began, the showrunners appeared determined to deliver more fun superhero fare than the bummer that was Season 3. Perhaps the showrunners were a bit too eager to course correct in the early going, but the show hit its lighthearted stride with episodes like “Luck […]

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Supergirl – Reign Review

When the holidays roll around, people tend to reflect on the year that was and look forward to the year to come. So too for showrunners putting together their midseason finale episodes. Judged on that basis, “Reign” encapsulates Season 3 of Supergirl: imperfect yet promising. The episode’s climax features a brutal (yet festive) confrontation between […]

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The Flash – Crisis On Earth-X, Part 3 Review

If you read my Supergirl review from yesterday, then you know the basic setup of “Crisis on Earth-X”: Nazis from a parallel Earth crash Barry and Iris’s wedding, and the assembled heroes fight them. “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3” picks up where Part 2 (as seen on Arrow) left off, with several of the heroes […]

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Supergirl – Crisis On Earth X, Part 1 Review

Within comic book fan circles, superhero crossovers often get a bad rap. Annual DC Comics events like Doomsday Clock have become de rigueur, thereby robbing the crossover of its specialness. Thankfully, this hasn’t (yet) been a problem for the mini DC Universe set within a quartet of CW shows: Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, […]

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Supergirl – Wake Up Review

Episode titles are a funny thing. While their primary purpose is to explicate the primary theme or conflict of a given segment of television, they can also often serve as indicators of a show’s metaphorical trajectory. With that in mind, “Wake Up” feels like a rousing call to arms after what has largely been a […]

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