Posted in Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on September 24th, 2020
“I was skeptical when you pitched the idea of putting the legends on television, but they’ve helped pacify the masses. Well? Should we get started then? We don’t want to keep our worshippers waiting.”
Unlike the rest of the Arrowverse, D.C.’s Legends Of Tomorrow did not have their season interrupted by the massive crossover. Because it was a mid-season series, this season of Legends Of Tomorrow actually starts with the final hour of the huge crossover. That means you get thrown immediately into the deep water, and there’s no time to learn how to swim now. So if you aren’t up on the show or the whole Arrowverse thing, you have some serious catching up to do. You need to get caught up on Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and the newcomer Batwoman, and then four previous years of The Legends Of Tomorrow. I can help you with that. Just bang it here to get a look at our previous reviews: Legends Reviews. Once you’re caught up, let’s head straight into that crossover finale, shall we?