Jon Stark wrote: »
Flash and Arrow are very much CW shows that want the young teen audience so it can be hard to stomach both shows at times. I prefer the Flash though as for me Arrow does a lot of "borrowing" from another certain DC character. The Flash seems to a fully fledged adaptation and must admit that I enjoy it.
Gotham is an infuriating case as often it has a one step forward two steps back kind of thing going on. Ben Mckenzie is still hitting the same bum notes as he was in the pilot which I find disappointing.
OSI wrote: »
It's funny, I find DC struggle with live action and excel at animation, whereas I find the exact opposite with Marvel. Arrow and The Flash both feel like something you'd have watched on a Saturday afternoon after re-runs of Airwolf or during Live and Kicking in the early 90s or something. They just don't have any immersion factor to them.
Callanutd wrote: »
Arrow has totally JTS lately, gone from being a solid show to just a bit ridiculous. The DC universe does seem a bit chaotic at the minute. We have seen the suicide squad in Arrow, The Flash has a show already. I think they may regret having different versions of the same characters in play all at the same time. Amanda Waller is gearing up to play a large role in Arrow yet we have a new untied in movie out next year with her suicide squad.
Darko wrote: »
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a show I tried to watch but the first few episodes were dreadful and it may improve as many claim but I have no interest in finding out.
cronin_j wrote: »
Genuinely it actually does get so so much better. Thought the same as yourself and came back to it recently!
Anyway! Great casting choice in Margot for Harley Quinn
Loughc wrote: »
At what stages does S.H.I.E.L.D. get better? I'm currently on Season 1 Episode 9 and finding it a hard slog. I keep sticking with it as I've heard it improves and the Coulson subplot has me interested, I just need to know there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Darko wrote: »
I have no doubts that it improves but there's so much great TV out there that it's hard to suffer through 12 or so episodes of bad TV in order to get to the good stuff.