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.
Picking up where we left off last week, tonight’s episode "Trinity" shows everyone banding together, in some cases uneasily, to deal with the recently united Worldkillers. But the biggest struggles came as everyone attempted to navigate compromised trust and personal doubt.
A lot happened on this week's Supergirl. Like, a lot. Join me as I try to wrangle the spinning wheels of my mind, won't you?
In order to learn more about Reign, and perhaps discover a way to defeat (or save) her, Supergirl must travel to Fort Rozz. Yes, that Fort Rozz. And, since there are still a bunch of prisoners there with beef towards the House of Zor-El and she'll be powerless with no yellow sun nearby, Kara makes some unconventional choices to complete her away team.
After a tense midseason finale and weeks of wondering, Supergirl picks up where it left off and answers most of the big questions gnawing at us like your dog on leftover turkey.
Happy New Year, friends! I'm Tamara, a fan and live-tweeter since the premiere, and I'm excited to continue discussing this season with you all for #DCTV Couch Club. So let's get started!
Following the epic four-series crossover with the mid-season finale feels like a difficult task, but Supergirl episode 309, "Reign,” delivers.
Hey there, Supergirl fans! It's Meg again, back this week to take a look at some of the introductions (and reintroductions) that happened tonight because, man oh man, that was kind of a lot to take in, right? I mean, Mon-El's return, time travel, marriage, Imra, and Reign? All in one go?
As we inch ever closer to year three of Rebirth, it's becoming more important than ever to look back at the mysteries swirling around at the heart of things, whether you're preparing yourself for the future (DOOMSDAY CLOCK, anyone?) or just trying to keep tabs on the status quo shifts in your favorite characters.
The latest hero to join the cast of Supergirl can likely relate to being far from home.
Hailing from the sixth planet of our solar system, the one and only Saturn Girl will be arriving in National City this season on the hit CW series. Played by Bollywood star Amy Jackson, Saturn Girl will mark the U.S. debut of the British born actress.
If you care even one iota about the DC Universe, then this week’s JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD #4 is an absolute must-read. It’s exciting, fun, surprising and packed with twists and details that will be felt throughout the pages of Rebirth for months to come. And it’s not even the final issue of the miniseries. There are still two more issues to go!
In this week’s BATMAN #9, Bruce pieces together a super-villain squad (at the suggestion of Amanda Waller, naturally) to infiltrate Santa Prisca and steal the Psycho-Pirate from the clutches of Bane in the first issue of Tom King’s eagerly awaited “I Am Suicide” storyline. It’s a haymaker of a first issue, featuring a handful of not-recently-seen Bat-villains and a heck of a final twist. But it also features a pretty surprising cameo.
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