DC's Legends of Tomorrow: It's an Adequate Life, Zari Tomaz

It took three seasons, but we finally did it. We got the time travel story trope I've been waiting for from day one. We got the Groundhog's Day episode and I couldn't be more excited.

But of course, it wouldn't be Legends of Tomorrow if it were just a simple time loop scenario. There's just gotta be some weirdness, right? And boy howdy, there was plenty of it to go around this week.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Fortunate Son

Okay, here's the thing: I love Mick Rory. I feel like I haven't gotten to talk much about him this season, but he's basically my favorite Legend—maybe even my favorite #DCTV character as a whole. I also love military history. Vietnam and WWII, specifically. So, you can probably imagine my delight with…well, all of this.

Have you ever had a surprise party thrown for you? Or been given a sudden, unexpected gift. This episode kind of felt like that. Except with more flamethrowers and a giant, telepathic gorilla.

...You know, the usual.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Who is the Mack Anyway?

Hey there, Legends fans! Welcome back! We have a ton to get into this week so I'm just going to cut right to the chase. Honestly, I think this was my favorite episode of the season so far, and I'm not just saying that because I like vampire stories...though that certainly didn't hurt.

Okay, but seriously, let's unpack what we learned:

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Lions and Tigers and Anachronisms

Alright, alright, before we even get started this week, can I get a show of hands? Who here was totally expecting Amaya to rejoin the crew right away? I was definitely banking on it, even after we learned that she and Nate had a pretty rocky breakup last week. I mean, c’mon. You don’t save the world by traveling through time just to suddenly give it up out of the blue, right?

...Right?

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Being the Chainsaw

Welcome back, Legends fans! Long time, no see...Though I guess that’s probably a pretty subjective thing to say, considering the show we’re about to jump back into, huh? If there’s one thing you can’t count on in Legends of Tomorrow, it’s time working the way it’s supposed to.

And speaking of time not working the way it’s supposed to—how about those dinosaurs, huh?

DC's Legends of Tomorrow - Comic-Con 2017 Trailer

DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW brought the circus to San Diego, when the cast and executive producers from TV’s wackiest Super Hero series debuted exclusive footage from their upcoming third season for fans assembled in Ballroom 20. 

For more Comic-Con #DCTV trailers and news: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2017/07/25/san-diego-comic-con-big-news-for-the-small-screen

The Death and Return of Superman Gets a Two-Part Animated Movie

It’s one of the most popular and powerful Superman stories ever told, but it’s such an epic tale that it can’t be faithfully told over a single film. So when Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment adapt the famous story of the death and return of the Man of Steel just in time for its 25th Anniversary, it’ll be as two separate feature-length animated movies.

This Just Happened: Superman Takes on Six Enemies...Blind!

Admittedly, I say this a lot, but I REALLY wouldn’t want to be Superman right now. But before we get into all the reasons why, can we just take a moment and admire the very first page from this week’s ACTION COMICS #982?

There’s nothing quite like seeing a grown Kryptonian throwing a temper tantrum, is there?

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Crisis on Infinite Thawnes

Well, Legends fans, here we are. Finale time.

Before we start this week, I just want to thank all of you for coming along on this adventure with me! It’s been an incredible (and incredibly eventful) season across the board and I’ve had an absolute blast getting to talk about it here every week. I hope you’re as excited as I am to see where Season 3 goes because...man, for all the solutions the team may have come up with this time around, they definitely have no shortage of new problems to tackle.

DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Playing Twenty Questions

Welcome back from beautiful scenic Feudal Japan, Legends fans. Congratulations all around for not accidentally starting an international incident before America was even a nation at all. That would have been a really weird edit to make in the history textbooks.

But more importantly—talk about a whole lot of status quo shifting going on in an unplanned detour. We’ve got major changes for both Ray and Nate, a new mission care of Amaya and the JSA, a lead about a big secret Rip had been hiding from the crew, and an ominous message from a future Barry Allen. Phew.

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