DC TV Off-Season - Crisis on Infinite Reruns

but Gotham is better than arrow
It is. It's better than any superhero show at the moment but Gotham has it's own thread though. It's nice to mention it here, but we can't have full blown discussions about it, because those mean spoilers and those would be bad for people who want to convince to start watching Gotham :)
 

Grizzlyjin

Supersonic, idiotic, disconnecting, not respecting, who would really ever wanna go and top that
I was watching Everybody Wants Some tonight and realized that one of the main guys is our new Superman. He plays a dick-ish baseball player in the movie, which instantly made me want a "Superdickery" interpretation of the character for Supergirl.
 
I would love to see a crossover between Gotham and ANY arrowverse show xD
I said it a while ago in the Flash OT but Barry would've been perfect for it, it'd be a cross over though without any real interacting as Barry is jumping from Earth to Earth trying to find one and because they aren't going to fly Grant to New York. He shows up in the background while Jim and Harvey's backs are turned talking about something, looks around for a couple seconds and runs off again making noise and the wind blow that lead to them turning around but seeing nothing. Maybe could have someone else on the street witnessing it and freaking out but not believed.

They stole the shes all that font
And color scheme. It's pretty much a complete rip off except they're posing differently.
 
I got just 2 episodes left of The Flash, and then I'll catch up with Agents of Shield next. I gotta say, I think this season has been weaker than the first season overall so far.
 

Grizzlyjin

Supersonic, idiotic, disconnecting, not respecting, who would really ever wanna go and top that
I got just 2 episodes left of The Flash, and then I'll catch up with Agents of Shield next. I gotta say, I think this season has been weaker than the first season overall so far.
I think most people around here share your opinion. Season 2 had some fun episodes, but the Zoom reveal onwards was just not my cup of tea.
 
Just finished the finale. Wasn't too fond of the whole Zoom face thing but it was damn cool seeing the old Jay Garrick in that Flash suit! Wish we could get some episodes with that Flash.

So what is coming up for Season 3?
 

Grizzlyjin

Supersonic, idiotic, disconnecting, not respecting, who would really ever wanna go and top that
Just finished the finale. Wasn't too fond of the whole Zoom face thing but it was damn cool seeing the old Jay Garrick in that Flash suit! Wish we could get some episodes with that Flash.

So what is coming up for Season 3?
Season 3 is starting off with their take on Flashpoint. They'll probably be borrowing from the comic and the animated Flashpoint Paradox movie as much as they can, making it fit into their show.
 
I have no idea what Flashpoint it but wow he changed the past! Wonder if it'll be hard to follow next season. Although I hope that story arc can improve the show.
 

Grizzlyjin

Supersonic, idiotic, disconnecting, not respecting, who would really ever wanna go and top that
I have no idea what Flashpoint it but wow he changed the past! Wonder if it'll be hard to follow next season. Although I hope that story arc can improve the show.
I think Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is still on Netflix. It's the DC Animated adaptation of the comic event Flashpoint. It's really well done, definitely worth watching. You'll also have a pretty good idea of what is coming next.
 
I was watching Everybody Wants Some tonight and realized that one of the main guys is our new Superman. He plays a dick-ish baseball player in the movie, which instantly made me want a "Superdickery" interpretation of the character for Supergirl.
He would be great for that judging by his role in everybody wants some but I suspect a lot of fans would have a fit.
 
It's almost as if it's some kind of intentional imitation, with a humorous bent.
I refuse to believe it, it's clearly a dastardly attempt at ripping off She's All That and siphon off its popularity with no humor or parodic bent. I bet they even have a cheap knock off version of "Kiss Me" called something like "Fist Me" or some nonsense.

 
Amell's acting is fine when they give him any material to act on. Like, when actual emotion, humor, etc. is called for, he seems to have no trouble delivering. I think Oliver is just supposed to come off as a really stiff person.