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This week we return to normal programming. Steve’s son is a week old, he informs on the classes he’s taking including the POPX1.1x The Rise of Superheroes and Their Impact On Pop Culture with Michael Uslan and Stan Lee. Steve and Mike talk the latest slate of DC Hero shows in “Legends of Tomorrow”, “Supergirl” and the ramifications of the DC multiverse, the Coulson Marvel run and more! Hope everyone listened to the last episode and enjoys this weeks as well. Thank you again to all who responded last week and we hope you join in the conversation this week as well. All this and more on this week’s AGU! We hope you continue to enjoy the episodes and please feel free to respond to any and all feedback methods. We will read and reply on the show. Topic suggestions also welcome. So get Altered, Get Geeky with the Altered Geeks.
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Steve “Megatron” Phillips
Mike “Boothninja” Powers
I find it interesting that it took Superman 10 seasons to fly in Smallville but in Supergirl she flies in the trailer. Already a good sign for me.
Agreed. But Welling did fly, atleast, 2 times in Smallville before season 10. Once was under the influence of Red Kryptonite, the second was while possessed I believe. As for consensual flying, yes, Clark only flew once as Superman in season 10. Easy enough to forget given there’s only 3 times I can count out of over 200 episodes.
Excited for Supergirl though!
Hope you guys touch
upon the Flash finale on the next episode. Love to hear your thought. For me it
gave me everything I wanted an has me super excited for next season.
Also am I the only one confused over exactly what Superhero Fight Club is going to be?
Funny you should mention that haha that was the plan for this week’s episode on both accounts.
and next wed Remote Control will have a full discussion on the entire season plus hints for S2 of The Flash.
I hope that Arrow finds its footing again in season 4. Season 3 had some moments, but on the whole I kept hoping they would turn a new direction but they just dug themselves into a deeper hole. The initial fight with Ras was fine, but then it just spiraled out of control. But even before that it got messy. And I agree that Sarah’s death was a huge mistake. I don’t dislike Laurel, but I don’t particularly like her as Black Canary. And I have grown to like Roy, but now he is gone. Diggle is still one of my favorites from the show. He threatened to leave and I hope that doesn’t happen. In fact, I also hope he doesn’t take on a costume next year if he does stay on the series.
The Flash has been great. I wonder what they will do next season to top themselves, but this season has been a fun ride.
DC is doing well with its TV shows, despite faltering on Arrow this season. But I do worry about the flood of superhero shows coming to TV: Supergirl, Legends of whatever, etc.
Oh, and then there’s Gotham. *shiver* I wanted to drop it but my wife insisted we continue. It has had its moments, but on the whole it just falls short. I grade it a D. I’ll save more comments on that for Remote Control, but it has been lackluster, even in its finale.
Well, guys, keep the shows coming. Love hearing your discussions each week.
Supergirl will replace Gotham for me if Gotham goes nowhere in S2.