In direct contrast to my previous list, this one is about 10 aspects of Arrovwerse I like.
While I don't necessarily like the Mayor Queen route, seeing Oliver go from the jaded, cynical, "I must be alone" person from Season 1 to the team-building mentor figure was enjoyable.
Getting to see the change from Billionaire moron to Hardened Fighter was equally as enjoyable, seeing his whole growth from Dummy to Jaded to Hopeful has been a heck of a journey if anything.
I hope to see this next season have him graduate into a more focused father for his son.
Even though we pretty much knew from the start that Harrison wasn't all he advertised and figuring out who he was only took a few episodes for some people, he was a fantastic villain.
I love the co…
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Here's my list of the top 10 things about these shows which I can find issues with.
All aboard the Complain Train, your Conductor is named Kae.
We saw him vaporized.
He was fine.
Stop thinking him being frozen is somehow the magic bullet.
Killing an important character? Fine, maybe it could be an interesting plot line.
Having a character die because of plot-stupid reasons? Nah.
I don't really care about who's in what relationship.
Making it have... well... Soap Opera drama is the actual problem.
Why can't we have a relationship in these shows where an occasional argument is had, but the characters resolve it like adults and move on?
I just didn't really like this aspect of the show, Oliver doesn't seem like the kind of individual that could run a ci…
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So, this is my personal opinion of which character from each of the Arrowverse shows I watch influenced the world of Arrow/Flash/LOT the most last seasons.
Supergirl isn't included simply because I don't watch it, have problems with several changes that were made.
Show Character Reason
The Flash Barry Allen
It wouldn't be wrong to say that Barry Allen changed the Arrowverse the most this season due to the effects of Flashpoint.
The only show that was unaffected by his alterations entirely was Supergirl, due to being a separate universe altogether.
While the influence could be most heavily felt with Killer Frost and Savitar coming into existence purely because of Flashpoint, the influence stretched beyond that into Legends of Tomorrow, with Rip Hu…
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As the title suggests, this is my attempt to link Savitar's backstory and several things we have seen of him to another character, Eddie Thawne, due to Eddie more or less serving the comic's version of Eobard Thawne's ancestor's place.
Granted these reasonings are fairly contrived for a few of them, but bear with me.
Anywho, let's begin. (Kir if you just comment "This isn't what a theory is" I'll link you to Webster)
In the Season 1 finale, Eddie Thawne seemingly committed suicide to stop Eobard Thawne from killing Barry, erasing his great-great-great-great-great grandson from existence.
We later see Eddie's body and some of that cobalt material used by the time-sphere get sucked into the Paradox-Black Hole that Barry just left, potentially ge…
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So, I doubt that I am the only one who has noticed something.... different... about Earth-19's confirmed inhabitants aside from H.R and their Flash.
Specifically, Randolf Morgan and Gyspy.
Something about Randolf's last name had me wondering....
Is he the gender-bent version of Tess Morgan? And for that matter, is Gyspy the Earth-19 version of Cisco?
That second one would really make their lovey-dovey scenes go to a strange new creepy level if true, but it does seem like these two are gender-swapped versions of E-1 characters.
And before people say "why do you think that's a thing weirdo" let it be known that DC does indeed have a gender-swapped universe.
This one .
While that being a thing doesn't get rid of my weirdness or subtract from it in t…Read more >