I had the chance to attend this year’s edition of Heroes and Villains Fan Fest in San Jose, California this past weekend, and I had the best time. It was my first HVFF, and it was vastly different experience than going to SDCC.
Arrow has finally found its footing again. After two weeks of a snoozefest storyline about Slade Wilson, the team is finally back together in Star City as all hell breaks loose on Thanksgiving of all days.
So that happened.
The Karamel reunion we had all been waiting for happened last night, and it’s safe to say that things did not go the way Kara — and all of us — had dreamed about. When Winn tracked down an unknown spaceship in National City, Kara and J’onn went down there to investigate.
Choosing which TV show to watch these days is a really tough task. With so many options and ways to watch a show — with Netflix, Hulu, Network apps and the good old fashioned TV — it’s hard to tell which show is really worth your time and energy.
Because of that, some really good shows sometimes get completely overlooked, and we end up missing out on some great entertainment. FOX’s Lucifer is one of those shows. I only caught up with it this summer — just in time for season 3 — and I don’t regret a single second of it.
Well, that happened. And by that, I mean probably one of the best episodes Arrow has ever delivered, and absolutely the very best Felicity-centric episode in the history of this show. Just when I thought they couldn’t possibly top last week’s amazing hour, they go and deliver everything I have ever wanted to see on this show.
Last night’s Arrow was everything that made me fall in love with this show in the first place. For the past season and a half, the CW hit show had been struggling with storylines and character development and finding a balance between all elements of the show.
This week’s Lucifer was everything I absolutely love about this show. As much as I loved last week’s Maze standalone episode, “What Would Lucifer Do?” moved the season arc along and brought us some pretty incredible moments for all characters.