If NBC doesn’t want him, the CW is more than happy to welcome Constantine to its superhero universe. And he’s on a mission to save Sara’s soul.
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Barry is caught between his past and future girlfriends, Harrison joins Team Flash, and Jay says, “Screw you guys, I’m going home to a parallel universe.”
Bad cops do bad things. Heroes do heroic things. And recently resurrected feral ninjas do whatever it is that recently resurrected feral ninjas do.
The Lazarus Pit lives up to its name, and there’s a new supervillain who… peals off his tattoos and throws them at people? Seriously?
Attack of the Man-Shark! No wait, it’s Reverse Firestorm! There’s a lot of weirdness going on in this week’s The Flash recap.
Captain Cold gets kidnapped! This looks like a job for… anyone but Team Flash, because seriously, screw that guy.
Another Flash pops in from a parallel universe to help Barry learn to ride the lightning, and what do you know, it’s just in time to use his new trick against Sand Demon, the one villain it’s perfect for.
A new season, a new name, a new uniform… and a new villain haunting Star City. Meet Damien Darhk and the ghosts. Plus, a freaking flash-forward because everyone apparently has to do that now, darn you, Shonda Rhimes!
Season 2 of The Flash kicks off with a great big yummy bowl of mac & cheese. Also, a new villain called Atom-Smasher, a peak into an alternate universe, and happy news for Barry’s dad.
We’re one episode away from the season finale, and Flash tries to clear all his supervillain prisoners out of town before Harribard’s big attack. It’s a dumb plan that goes poorly. But at least we get a huge battle scene out of it.
Season finale time! Team Arrow fights to save Starling City from complete destruction, and before it’s all over, there’s a new Ra’s al Ghul in charge of the League of Assassins. Plus, Oliver ends up happy… but how long can that last?
In the episode before the season finale, Oliver kills all his friends. Or so we’re supposed to believe. But everything wraps up with a beautiful wedding, so it’s a happy Jane Austen-esque ending, right?
It’s the second to last episode of the season! While hunting for Eddie, who’s been kidnapped by Harrison, Joe manages to get himself kidnapped, not by Harrison but by a 2,000-lbs. psychic gorilla.
The season finale of Arrow is just around the corner, but first: Oliver heads back to Starling City to murder Nyssa, Team Arrow learns to let go, and Black Canary tries out her new toy.
Barry sets a trap for Harrison while Joe tries to live Iris’s life for her, which is totally a dick move, but we’re really more worried about the whole Harrison thing, what with him secretly being a supervillain and all.
This week on Arrow, Oliver gets a new name and a new job. Oh, and he totally gets laid, too. With Felicity. Plus, not everybody who was dead at the end of last episode is still dead at the end of this one. Eh, comic book TV shows, whatcha gonna do?
This week on The Flash: so many secret identities, so little time. The Flash faces off with a villain who can be anyone, and Cisco discovers the true Harrison Wells. Plus, yet another Arrow crossover.
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