Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by dodge, Jan 26, 2019.
^ You were trying to compare cultural identification (Kara) with symbolic appropriation (Kate)
I was wondering how they handle the crossovers for you guys. Do they at least start on the same week so they line up?
While acknowledging they were different, yeah, so....
They don't line up.
Luckily, I still have digital cable which has american channels that carry the shows, so I can still watch crossover in order (and Flash on TV the day it airs)
That's gotta be a pain in the ass.
It is. As was the year where Flash moved from CTV (a network all cable companies in Canada must carry) to CTV2 (one that is optional and must be deliberately selected as part of one’s subscription—not part of mine at the time)...in the MIDDLE OF THE @#$##-!?@#% SEASON.
Wow, that's crazy.
According to a new article on IGN, Hush/Tommy Elliot will be appearing in the first season, it says they're using him as a way to explore elements of Bruce Wayne's past, without Bruce actually showing up.
I wonder if they'll do the whole thing with him getting plastic surgery to look like Bruce? Will the same actor then play Bruce if he shows up later?
Are there going to do a Gilligan's Island thing with finding Bruce Wayne in this show, where they allllmmmooooossttt get off the island and find Bruce, but never actually do? Until ratings decrease, and then lo and behold - BRUCE!
I figure he'll eventually pop up on the show, and end up playing the same role that Superman does on Supergirl, just showing up to help out during big event episodes.
Have they addressed whether or now Luke will eventually end up becoming Batwing, like he did in the comics?
This Luke strikes me as more of a Winn than a Cisco.
Someone might sensibly interpret the whole thing in the obvious way by remembering that the "House of El" bullshit is a retcon to the Superman mythos and Supergirl has been wearing a female version of Superman's costume since she popped out of a cute little finned rocket ship back in the 1950s.
I agree with you there, but so far most of the characters who have a superhero identity in the comics, have eventually gotten it in the shows too.
Curtis on Arrow started out as Felicity's Felicity, but he ended up becoming Mister Terrific.
Ruby rose seriously injured in a stunt. 2 herniated discs.
Should note. She injured herself two months ago. She was almost paralyzed. She's having emergency surgery now to resolve it.
I wonder if this is why she wasn't available for SDCC
Damn! I hope she recovers quickly.
Holy shit, that is no picknick!! I'm hoping for a speedy recovery.
That was a few months ago, everything went well and she's fine:
What sort of magic surgery did she have that allowed her to get back to work immediately after 2 disc herniations?
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