New promo. Feels like DC's Guardians of the Galaxy, to be honest. Not that that's a bad thing anyway.
>Sara walking off with young Stein to fuck him
>legends of tomorrow
>there's no episode tomorrow
>feels like GOTG
No it doesn't. Jesus you casuals are ridiculous. Anything you see first automatically gets associated with anything you see after. Do you realize how long the thrown together team thing has been going on in comics?
How does that apply to either one of those statements at all.
Spamming that everytime you feel insecure about your lack of knowledge just makes you look insecure. No one is saying you can't educate yourself, just that you have chosen not to.
>Stein fucks Sara
>yfw it was so good Sara fucks old Stein too
Motherfuck. So Booster's stuck in the same quagmire as the Fantastic Four. They're just going to hang onto the rights so no one else can do anything with them, and then shit out a product just to hold onto the rights.
Syfy don't have the rights for shit. Unlike the faggots at Marvel, WB never sold any of the DC film or tv rights away.
Kreisberg said on Fatman that he and someone else wrote a pilot Booster for Syfy but they turned it down. But even if they did get the go ahead WB can still use their characters in anything they like cos they're not fucking retarded like Marvel.
Most likely he's not in this cos they're saving him for the rumored Blue & Gold movie.
it may not be a big network show, but it's still getting a lot of attention on comic news sites and media outlets like entertainment weekly. coupled with it following the tone of flash, using characters from both shows and strong early reviews, i could see it being a big hit.
>they save the real harrison wells
>this is why eobard is back on flash, because got so thoroughly fucked with again
This is not true, please stop posting it. The TV rights expired years ago. Johns even flat out stated that there weren't any rights issues with Booster Gold like a year ago.
What the situation is now is that like Ted he might show up in the movies so the shows can't use him.
Eh, Eobard could have simply merged with the speedforce and now he has escaped, with greater knowledge of his powers.
I mean, Barry merged with the speed force in an alternate anti-matter universe and was still shat out okay about 30 years later.
AoS is on ABC in primetime, it should be getting much better ratings than a CW show. For the network it's on, its numbers are trash. If it wasn't a Marvel show it would have been canceled by now.
I wanted him to have a better haircut but otherwise thought he was fine - the knives, all the hoodo magic, that seemed OOC and also just 'plot contrivance/device.' But his acting was fine.
It might get a full order, same as iZombie. They can save money if they keeping doing stuff like going to the '70s.
They can also try to sell it to a co-producer, especially if WB/DC can make money on it world-wide.
to be fair to AoS, their numbers improve with DVR and late views, versus the overnight. But that is just telling you that people see Flash as appointment TV to watch live and talk to others about and they can just catch AoS whenever.
That Disney owns Marvel, Touchstone, ABC Studios and the network is another reason it stays on, plus they can sell it overseas because "Marvel."
Which heroes/villains would you wish makes cameos for LoT?
Which events would you wish they visit during time travel shenanigans?
>Ollie stops a mugging
>Turns out he saved the Waynes
>goofy captain atom
He was meant to be Ted Kord (not sure why other than he's a competitor to Queen Industries, kinda/sorta) but he's Ray Palmer/The Atom, not Nathaniel.
It's also big in Australia and the UK/Ireland. Not sure how the translation works because it's a top rated show in Spain but doesn't seem to be highly rated in say South America, but that may be that they simply haven't sold it in those markets.
Marvel is an easier sell world-wide - until they actually see that Captain America, etc. aren't in it.
Yes, precisely correct. Syfy even had it on their old blog that the show was coming but that was BEFORE the name change. They don't even have the rights to shit like Stargate.
I'd like to see them go to another Earth, actually. Especially if it's true they are going to use Constantine's actor (who appeared in Arrow) in the next cast, when they swap some of the people out. They can explore one of the more supernatural or magical corners of the DCU.