Powerless Adds a New City to the DC Universe Atlas

Location, location, location. When Wayne Enterprises opens its doors in NBC's Powerless premiere on February 2, it welcomes us into a new city.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Run On For a Long Time

So, the time has finally come. Our up close and personal look into the Legion of Doom is here and it’s...well, pretty intense, if I’m being honest.

The Flash: Let's Talk About Gypsy

This season on The Flash, we are getting a lot of great development of characters that are not Barry Allen. It has been a ton of fun seeing characters like Caitlin Snow (and her alter-ego Killer Frost), come into their own.

Supergirl: Let National City Have Another Hero

Supergirl has a nemesis. The radio jockey turned electrifying villain Livewire is a regular thorn in Kara's  side.

Arrow: We’re Back, Baby!

Welcome back, guys!

Hope everyone had a nice break. I’m trying to thaw out from the frigid Midwest cold and ice, but ready to bring this column to you.

I guess the best place to start would be with the obvious: Laurel!

Powerless (2017)

In a world where humanity must cope with the collateral damage of Super Heroes and villains doing battle every day, Emily Locke (Vanessa Hudgens) begins her first day as Director of Research & Development for Wayne Security, a subsidiary of Wayne Enterprises — located in relatively unexceptional Charm City — that specializes in products that make defenseless bystanders feel a little safer.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Advanced Film Studies

Welcome back from an especially brutal, cliffhanger-y hiatus, Legends fans! Hopefully you’re all well rested and ready to hit the ground running because this week certainly didn’t give us any time to catch our breath.

The Flash: Who Wouldn’t Want to Visit the Flash Museum?

This week, The Flash finally returned to our television screens in an episode with, possibly, their most awesome title to date—“Borrowing Problems From the Future.” It’s a clever nod back at the recent trend of Barry Allen mess

Supergirl is back! Whew. The midseason break was nice because you know, holidays and stuff, but I'm glad Kara and co. are back on my television. I've missed them.

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