Supergirl: Dreamer Defined

Each of The CW's DCTV shows has a unique point of view, with beats and storylines they excel at in the wake of other shows.

Black Lightning: Unraveling Lightning and Painkiller's Identity Crisis

For most of us, our teenage years are both an exciting, yet confusing time in our lives. There are fun things to discover like high school parties, dating and making new friends.

Elseworlds: Bringing Intimacy to a #DCTV Epic

It's my first time joining the Couch Club crew and I'm completely honored to be here. It's a killer column with a sterling pedigree and I’m feeling more than a little pressure because of that.

Elseworlds: The Batwoman of Gotham is Here!

If you’ve been reading my Couch Club columns for a while, you might remember that during last year’s Earth-X crossover, I fell in love wi

Arrow: Seven Seasons In, Ollie's Story Continue to Surprise

Yes, I know this is the second straight week we’ve discussed Arrow here in Couch Club, and the third time over the past month. Yes, I know that we have five other #DCTV shows airing right now, all of which are worthy of columns.

Arrow: Who—and WHAT—is the Silencer?
Titans: Reimagining an Iconic Batman Storyline

Dick Grayson is pretty dark in Titans. That much is certain. Last week, we got our first real glimpse into just why and how that started happening.

Arrow: Beware the Dragon

As great as they are, superpowers can be overrated at times, especially when it comes to villains. Don't get me wrong, all villains, whether they have powers or not, are still terrifying and evil in their own way.

Titans: Dick Grayson's Identity Crisis
Supergirl: Agent Liberty's Terrifying Relevance

There's something specifically terrifying about Agent Liberty. It's not just how completely mundane, even safe, his actual origin story is—I mean, come on, a university professor? It's that it's all so achingly familiar.

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