The Flash Crossover Overall90%
Pacing: The Flash Crossover95%
Story: The Flash Crossover90%
Arrow Crossover Overall80%
Pacing: Arrow Crossover90%
Story: Arrow Crossover75%
Hello and Welcome Reviewers!
Today, I’m reviewing episode 8 from season 4 of Arrow and season 2 of The Flash crossover.
Episode #8 – “Legends of Today”
This episode 8 review from season 4 of Arrow and season 2 of The Flash crossover contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.
** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **
The Flash Crossover Overall Thoughts
In comes Vandal Savage, he’s a bad-ass and not afraid to get his hands dirty. He successfully takes on the entire Arrow/ The Flash team and owns them. They’re completely outmatched and they know it. The actor they got to play Vandal Savage brings something interesting to the role. We have to wait and see what else he can bring to the table when taking on the group in Legends of Tomorrow.
Final Grade -> 92%
Arrow Crossover Overall Thoughts
Barry Allen is the man and saves everyone from dying by doing his time traveling trick. Now you’re left to think about what will change now that he went back in time. He’s able to help out Oliver stay with Felicity for now and prevents a failed attack on Vandal Savage. The Flash was the true V.I.P. of the episode.
The side story of Oliver’s son felt kind of forced. I would have rather received a bit more of Damien Darhk than paternity issues. It’s hard for Oliver to include his son in the mix when he’s trying to save the entire world. If they put some Darhk in the episode then it would have been awesome. His character is semi-interesting.
This crossover set up more of the new season of Legends of Tomorrow. It gave some context into the character of Vandal Savage and even showed how it all started. He’s going to be tied in with Hawkgirl and Hawkman for the most part. Right now Vandal Savage is a force and really owns the pair of Hawk people.
Malcolm played the middle man this episode and really annoyed me a bit. He keeps on popping up randomly just to further the plot. They could have used him differently. In one timeline he’s completely scared of Vandal Savage but goes to save him in the end knowing he can’t control him. It’s quite unlike his character on this show.
Cisco really had a lot of awesome lines and really developed over the span of the entire crossover. This is the second time he receives a shout out and it’s well deserved. You could tell why he’s such a pivotal role on the show. I can’t wait to see more from his character and maybe even a costume in the near future.
Final Grade -> 82%
Enough on what I thought about the episodes.
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