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Supergirl/Arrow: ‘Crisis on Earth-X’

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The big CW DCTV crossover event is finally here, bringing The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow together for one big four-hour adventure. In this case, it’s the wedding of Barry (the Flash) Allen and Iris West and the Crisis on Earth-X. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on the first two chapters, the Supergirl and Arrow chapters of Crisis on Earth-X!

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The Flash S04 E05: ‘Girls Night Out’

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As Barry and Iris’ wedding looms closer on The Flash, it’s time for the bachelorette and bachelor parties to happen. Felicity Smoak visits from Arrow, and so do a few super-villains, including Blacksmith, and no Flash action. Who knows what else what might happen? Meet me after the prenuptial jump for my thoughts on “Girls Night Out!”

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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow S02 E07: “Invasion!”

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The television crossover event of the season, Heroes v Aliens, concludes here in this week’s episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. To catch up on the Dominion’s attack on the Earth, you can click here for the first night with Supergirl, here for the second night with The Flash, and here for the offbeat third part coinciding with the 100th episode of Arrow. After probing the minds of five of our heroes, the Dominators have constructed a weapon to use on us. As their mothership approaches the Earth for their final assault, can the united heroes of our world save us? Find out after the jump in my review of the concluding chapter of “Invasion!”

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The Flash S03 E08: Invasion!

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On Supergirl this week, we saw Barry and Cisco journey to her universe to ask for help, and now in this episode of The Flash, we find out what for. As the Flash, Green Arrow, Supergirl, the Legends of Tomorrow, and more join forces against alien attack, meet me after the super speed, extra-dimensional, and interstellar jump for my thoughts on “Invasion!”

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The Flash S03 E02: “Paradox”

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What we saw at the end of last week’s episode of The Flash was only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the after-effects of fixing the Flashpoint timeline. The Flash learns very quickly that some things can’t be fixed and others just get worse. Meet me after the super-speed time-changing jump to find out the extent of the “Paradox.”

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The Flash S02 E19: Back to Normal

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With his super speed stolen by Zoom, Barry Allen is still a hero – but he’s more a police scientist in a red suit than the Flash. Still he’s going to try to stop new villain Griffin Grey, with or without his speed. Does the Flash have what it takes? Find out after the jump, in my review of “Back to Normal.”

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The Flash S01 E18: All-Star Team-Up

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So many guest-stars in this episode of “The Flash,” and more crossover with “Arrow.” This week, the Atom and Felicity come visiting Central City for an old-fashioned superhero team-up and come face to face with an old school Silver Age Atom rogue from the comics, updated for TV, called, believe it or not, the Bug-Eyed Bandit! Meet me after the super speed jump for my thoughts on “All-Star Team-Up.”

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The Flash S01 E04: Going Rogue

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This is it. After three adversaries that weren’t quite Flash foes, we finally get one who truly is. For Superman, there is Lex Luthor, for Batman, there is the Joker, and for the Flash – there’s Captain Cold. Let’s find out together how the television version of this major super-villain pans out on “The Flash.” Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Going Rogue.”

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Scene Stealers: Felicity Smoak of “Arrow”

?????For those of you who have been watching “Arrow” on CW, you are no doubt familiar with the character of Felicity Smoak, portrayed magnificently by relative newcomer Emily Bett Rickards. Though Felicity’s character was initially camouflaged among a cast chosen more for their looks than their acting portfolios (not uncommon for CW), she has established herself as one of the primary reasons to watch the comic book-inspired show.  More on Felicity after the jump.

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