Supergirl: Reign's End

A lot happened in Supergirl's season finale. Like, A LOT. It resolved hanging plot threads, set up two huge questions, and definitely lived up to its title: "Battles Lost and Won."

Time Turner

After Reign kills Alura, Sam and Mon-El in her cauldron death throes, Kara uses Mon's Legion ring to go back in time for a do-over. While I deeply appreciate the Superman reference, what I love most about it was the epiphany that came before.

The Man of Steel: Superman's Breaking Point Revealed

It's always a bit unsettling when your heroes reach a breaking point. Larger than life superheroes seem *larger than life* because they never get exasperated or let their spirit break. That's why we look up to them in the first place—it's what we all wish we could be like when times get tough. But Superman has always been, for me at least, a true inspiration in that no matter what he faced, he never lost sight of his morals, manners and love for life.

Supergirl: The End Is Nigh

With just one more episode left, Supergirl kicks the danger into high gear. "Make It Reign" raises the stakes and literally puts the fate of the world on Team Supergirl's shoulders.

The Sweet Subversion of Supergirl: Being Super

Supergirl has long been an analog for everything good in the world. Her and her Kryptonian cousin are often utilized when the DC Universe needs heroes who are pure-hearted and strong. But of the many things that Kara Zor-El has gotten to be, a teenage girl isn't really one of them—her alien superpowers often take precedence over the young girl who holds them. Add to that decades of being drawn by older men and beholden to the physically unrealistic aesthetic of other female superheroes, and you might realize that Supergirl has rarely gotten to be a girl.

Supergirl: The Other Shoe

Have you been waiting for the other shoe to drop? Well, this week's Supergirl has not just dropped it—it’s thrown it down from great heights. "Not Kansas" seems like it resolves quite a few things, but that's all a smokescreen for the chaos that’s about to be unleashed.

Supergirl: A Calm Before the Storm

If you, like me, were wondering how they were going to level up the already complicated situation with Reign, it turns out the answer to that was found in the same place as her supposed salvation. This week's episode, "The Dark Side of the Moon," mainly set up what I'm guessing are going to be some huge moves in the last few episodes.

DC All Access: The Flash vs. Supergirl

It’s a battle of Speed Force versus brute force in this week’s supersonic “Versus Live!” segment. Special guests Nichole Evans and Josh Evans drop by to debate which hero would win in a fast-as-light-fight between the Flash or Supergirl, but only you can provide us with an answer. Will the Scarlet Speedster prove too fast for the Girl of Steel? Or will Supergirl bring the heat (vision) and send the Flash running? Watch the segment, then cast your vote in the poll below!

Don’t forget to watch till the end for the results of last week’s battle between Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy!

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.

First Look: Lauren Faust Brings DC Super Hero Girls to Cartoon Network

News broke last year that Emmy-winning Producer Lauren Faust was bringing the world of DC Super Hero Girls to animation in what would be their very first TV show. Today, we got our first look at Faust’s stylish new take on the characters.


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