The Flash’s focus on PEDs comes to fruition in, “Trajcetory,” and we learn more about J’onn and Kara in, “Manhunter.”
We take a look at Supergirl breaking bad thanks to Red kryptontine and chat about why the episode bothers us and what we felt did work. After that, we discuss some strange turns in the Marvel Comics universe in Silver Surfer #2.
Supergirl’s life starts to get sorted while the Legends of Tomorrow help a spaceship in distress and encounter Space pirates. (Arggh!)
It’s the emotional consequences of travelling between dimensions on the Flash and the emotional consequences of travelling in time on Legends of Tomorrow. Plus Adam talks about Big Finish’s Vienna Series 2 and Doctor Who: The Spectre of Lanyon Moor.
Adam and and Andrea discuss Supergirl’s dilemma of whether to release Maxwell Lord from her own private Gitmo, then it’s on to the Adventures of Supergirl #3 and a multi-doctor comic event with four-er-three-er-six Doctors.
Adam and Andrea talk about the Star Trek Classic, “City on the Edge of Forever.” and then the first volume of the “Unbeatable Squirrel Girl” and Adam talks about “Tick Color Volume 1” and “Failstate: Nemesis.” by John Otte.
CW superheroes are busting out. The Flash has to escape from another dimension which makes the Legends task of escaping a Soviet prison seem simple. Also Adam shares his thoughts on Doctor Who: Red Dawn and Doctor Who: Spaceport Fear.
The Flash goes to Earth 2 and his plot is derailed while the Legends of Tomorrow turn back a transparent ploy from the Time Master. Adam and Andrea discuss that and Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Tale and Doctor Who: The Wrong Doctor, Essential Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-man Volume 1 and Captain America’s 1940 Newspaper Strips (which aren’t actually from the 1940s and aren’t actually newspaper strips.)
Adam and Andrea discuss a Supergirl take on a classic Superman story as well as Supergirl Adventures #2.
We discuss the episode of the Flash: Fast Lane, and the Legends of Tomorrow episode, Blood Ties. And then Adam talks about Batman in the Seventies and Volume 6 of the Captain America Golden Age Masterworks.