New Ep, "The Calling" is up on Nick.com
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See this is what happens when you loop characters into the secret, they are automatically freed to explore other things!
Solid episode, dose the name Armitage mean anything? I was hoping for a Bane reference funny since "Viper" had proto venom.
So what draws Ra's Al Ghul to Starling City? Cracked Pot Theory Time!: Malcolm is back in Starling City (When is the name change going to be offical) and kills Nyssa. Or He wants the Argus NOC list because he's friggin Ra's Al Ghul.
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Glad to see this show continues to hit the foundation of basic modern superheroe myth and this weeks its the spider-man complex aka they all have blood on their hands.
Ok so Victor Garber is Dr. Martin Stein and that's a recent casting so how are they going to retconn him into the night though I guess RObbie Amell could be teloported somewhere else.
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@cattlebattle: I think the story that Bryke and Co. have been telling over these 3+ seasons has actually been worth telling. You have a women in Korra dealing with both expectation as the Avatar and the fact that is ingrained in her identity. As well as a variety of socio-political stances to contend with. The second season is soo much better in retrospect and able to understand it as a whole as opposed to a weekly/individual segment perspective. Season 3 was such consistent quality in terms of writing and action setpieces.
I'd argue of course that this show exists because of its fans since they represent a market (and fairly sizable one at that).
The edition of the Leage of Assassins theme and the slight mid eastern tones ht through out the night gave the first act and a half a real nice noir-ish feel to it. Suddenly the typical B-roll of Vancouver (or heck it could be Toronto that cities the character actor of cities), feel and look kind of cool and not just ya know scene transition.