No Justice: In Which I Suddenly Realize I'm a Huge Fan of Starro

It's week three of four for JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE, meaning that there is only one issue remaining for the event and before a whole new era of Justice League begins in earnest…and man, you guys. If you thought last week was a rough time for our heroes, this week is…well…

I mean, let's just say Amanda Waller was ready to call in a full-on nuclear strike on the Fortress of Solitude and that should put things in perspective here.

Supergirl: Identity Crisis

After many revelations and repercussions, this week's episode of Supergirl, titled "The Fanatical," really dug into the complicated ways secret identities have been colliding for our heroes and whether or not those issues can be resolved.

James in the Spotlight

In the process of protecting Tanya, the young woman who escaped the darks halls of Coville's cult, James' secret identity is revealed. Facing the possibility that the cultists may publicly unmask him leads him to dealing with some heavy emotions.

No Justice: A Beginner's Guide to Intergalactic Dendrology

Welcome to week two of four in JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE, where things are going from bad to worse on a cosmic scale—though, really, that's probably not that much of a surprise, right? After all, we are living in a post-shattered Source Wall world. I'd venture a guess that things getting a little dicey is probably to be expected.

Supergirl: Broken Bonds

We continue to explore what it means to learn the truth and the repercussions of withholding information in this week's episode, titled "Shelter from the Storm." Sure, Reign was off to kill Ruby and that delivered the action of the episode, but all of the major conflicts were once again driven by secrets.

Supergirl: The Son Becomes the Father...

If you thought last week delivered a super-punch to your emotions, get ready for an uppercut. This week's episode, titled "In Search of Lost Time," picks up right where we left off last time to resolve two big plot threads: J'onn coming to terms with M'yrnn's deteriorating mind and Lena dealing with Sam's true nature.

Mental Battles: Carl Lumbly Faces a Real-World Problem on Supergirl

While battling villains with super strength, shape-shifting ability or an affinity for lethal toys is no walk in the park, the toughest fights are always with those we love. Whether it’s with a family member or a friend, the people we trust and care for always do the most damage when they’re angry. But equally as hard is what we do to them. Things we may say in the heat of the moment, or things we must do that are unpleasant, but necessary, may haunt us for days, weeks and even years afterwards. Even the strongest superpowers are no help with overcoming it.

Supergirl: Who Was Lost is Now Found

Hey there, Couch Clubbers! It’s been a while, but Supergirl is finally back, which means I’m back as well! And what a return episode! There’s so much to unpack here, so let’s just get right into it.

If you were thinking, "Wow, I haven't seen much of Winn lately. When is he going to get the spotlight?" Well, then this episode is for you! "Schott Through the Heart" (which is a FANTASTIC episode name—a girl loves her puns) delivers both big action and big feelings, anchored by a fantastic performance by Jeremy Jordan.

Supergirl: 2 Worldkillers, 2 Furious

Having identified one of the remaining Worldkillers, the DEO mounts up to get her before anything bad happens in this week’s Supergirl. That...kinda backfired.

There were a lot of plates spinning in this episode. There's the awakening of Wordkiller Purity, Alex being more aggressive than usual, Ruby getting abandoned at an ice rink, Sam having a blackout in front of Lena, marital issues between Imra and Mon-El, and a bombshell pre-reveal being dropped at the end. Whew! Let's try to break this down, shall we?


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