Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by detective diaz, Sep 7, 2018.
Looks like Beebo's getting some serious competition in the cuteness category this year...
Trying to think of a magical DC character connected to cats... Klarion the Witch Boy and Teekl, perhaps?
That title reminds me of Darcy Lewis referring to Mjolnir as "Mew Mew".
Or maybe it's an episode where a magic spell turns all of the Legends into cats. I would watch the hell out of that.
"Legends of To-Meow-Meow"? This show officially gives fewer than zero fucks. I love it.
And a new trailer:
(You can see for a split second what's on the other side of shirtless Gary for those wondering )
Yep, I thought so -- once again, we hear Constantine say "The darkness... it's rising," which has to got to be a reference to the mysterious "Rising Darkness" that was the driving arc of the NBC Constantine series -- that a new supernatural evil was emerging and causing various demonic and mystical side effects like making curses/spells more powerful and dangerous. The show was cancelled before it was established what the Rising Darkness was, beyond a reveal that it was connected to a certain character that John had believed to be an ally. I've wondered if the Arrowverse/Legends would ever pick up on that thread. I thought last year that they might establish that Mallus was the Rising Darkness, but apparently he was just the warmup act. Of course, I doubt the Legends version will be anything like what the creators of the original show had in mind.
Yeah, I noticed that right away too. Would that be the most blatant reference we've gotten to his show so far?
It's hard to say until we get more context -- do they explicitly tie it in, or is it just another Easter-egg wink?
Get ready to do some time.
I'm guessing that must be Maisie Richardson-Sellers' not Amaya character on the bottom right.
Have we seen Nora in that costume before? Speaking of Nora, do we know what exactly her role will be this season?
I would imagine so.
I hope she's British
Wow, that is one horrible poster.
Only because it lacks Gary.
(seems totally fine to me otherwise )
The Legends posters (looking them up online) are always a bit "photoshop"-y to me, if that makes any sense.
That poster really isn't any better or worse then the others. It does, however, make me nostalgic for stuff like this
Not an objectively better poster, but it feels a bit more dynamic then just having people "stare" straight ahead, which I like. It also makes me miss the show as it was in Season 1 really bad. Now that was a fun (stupid, but fun) TV series. Wish we'd had more then one season of it
It's funner now. And when it's stupid these days, it's on purpose.
That will probably wind up being the cover for the DVD and blu-ray.
The show the way it is now, is a massive improvement over Season 1. I enjoyed Season 1, but the Hawks were by far the weakest characters on the show, and their whole storyline with Vandal Savage wasn't much better.
For those unhapy with the poster, here's an unquestionably superior version:
BONUS: The Gary Version!
I was looking through the newly digitized old DC comics this week and saw references to a character named Waverider.
I checked the DC wiki, and there have actually been 2 human male timetravelers called Waverider, Matthew Ryder, and a different Matthew Ryder, and former Booster Gold, Micheal Jon Carter.
I'm kind of amazed we haven't seen Booster Gold on Legends, he seems like the perfect character for it.
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