When death strikes, the Legends go back in time to meet “the King” AKA Elvis Presley and figure out why his groovy tunes are bringing death to rock and roll.
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 14, “Amazing Grace,” the Legends set out to retrieve the death totem before the destruction of rock n’ roll, when the sixth totem ends up in Elvis Presley’s hands in Memphis. Meanwhile, on Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 15, “Necromancing the Stone,” Mallus takes control of Sara to acquire the death totem. He ultimately fights each of the Legends through their greatest fears, while Constantine, Ava, and Gary help the team fight Mallus in order to save their Captain.
The Darhks utilize Ray Palmer’s (Brandon Routh) brain to reconstruct the fire totem, though when they need cold fusion to rebuild it, they go back in time to Germany and face by a young Damien Darhk.
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 13, “No Country for Old Dads,” Ray Palmer dives into the dynamic of Damien and Nora Darhk. When the two begin showing their fractured connection, Ray becomes the middle man to help Nora connect to her father, though that was mostly just to stay alive. Plus, we finally learn of Mallus’ plan to escape his prison.
Pirate Queen Jiwe battles the Darhks in 1717 with the help of the Legends, as Sara and Ava finally go on a date. Meanwhile, Wally and Rip go on a bro-date in China.
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 12, “The Curse of the Earth Totem,” the kids decide to collect the earth totem from the pirate Blackbeard in 1717, while Sara is on a date with Ava. In an attempt to maintain a normal night, the couple avoid their jobs as best they can. But when Gideon malfunctions due to the Bermuda Triangle, Nate, Zari and Ray end up crash landing in Star City, and Gary steals Ava away to tell her about Rip and Wally’s break in at the Bureau, it ultimately ruins Sara and Ava’s evening. Meanwhile Amaya and Mick are stuck in 1717 fighting to retrieve the totem before Damien and Nora Darhk get their hands on it. And, finally, despite capturing the earth totem, Amaya loses her own to the Darhks.
On a Groundhog Day inspired episode, Zari is stuck in a time loop and must set out to stop a bomb that kills the entire team repeatedly.
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 11, “Here I Go Again,” Zari is trapped in repeating the same hour, and to stop it, she must stop the Waverider from exploding and killing everyone onboard. Through her struggle to figure out who is responsible, Zari learns new aspects of the team she has been reluctant to let in. In the end, she sacrifices herself to protect the Legends she loves and cares for, only to find out Gideon had created the simulation while she was unconscious to get Zari to connect more with the Legends, since Gideon’s algorithm predicted she would inevitably leave the team.
The Legends continue to uncover Mallus’ reign on the Darhks when John Constantine (Guest-star Matt Ryan) attempts an exorcism on a young Nora Darhk (played by Madeleine Arthur) in 2017 Star City.
On DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 10, “Daddy Darhkest,” the Legends are visited by John Constantine when a demon inside Emily, a girl in 2017 who turns out to be Nora Darhk, says Sara Lance’s name. The team weasels their way into helping Constantine with Nora’s exorcism, though it wouldn’t be a Legends episode if something didn’t go wrong. Sara, Leo, and John end up trapped in 1969, Nate and Amaya are dealing with her familial issues, and Ray and Zari are stuck babysitting Nora… all while Mick is busy watching football.
Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 will return with John Constantine enlisting the help of the Legends in the present day on an exorcism.
Legends of Tomorrow isn’t one of the hit shows on the CW or the favorite for DC shows. After their rocky start in Season 1, they have made a tremendous stride to provide a spectacular season filled with interesting plots and the team as strong as they have ever been. Even with only half of Season 3 shown, it has become the best season of the series so far. Here’s why.
Wentworth Miller depiction of Captain Cold in the Arrow-verse has left such a mark on the character, taking him from C-list villain to DC icon, that, before he leaves, it is time to look back and appreciate how much of an impact he has left.
Let’s talk about Captain Cold. Before The Flash debuted in 2014, a general audience wouldn’t know who he is. Even comic book fans would have a hard time thinking of anything to say about the character. No real, major storylines in the comics to draw from. He was not a fan favorite. Yet in recent years, Captain Cold has joined the ranks of the DC villains pantheon to fans, and a lot of that is due to Wentworth Miller’s fantastic performance on the CW’s The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. With the sad news of Miller’s departure from the Arrow-verse and his welcome return to the screens as the heroic doppelgänger Leo Snart AKA Citizen Cold, I think it is time to look back and appreciate the major contribution Wentworth Miller left on the character.
The Arrow-verse, which started strong with Oliver Queen coming home from his five years away after being stranded on Lian Yu, has grown dramatically since those first episodes, and now The CW has five superhero-themed shows slated on the network. But when is it too much?
The fact is there are too many heroes in the Arrow-verse. Deny it all you want, but Crisis on Earth-X (the four-way crossover event between Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Arrow) definitely showcased this fact, too. While it’s good for big, eventful fights, like the fight against the Nazis, there just isn’t enough time for every hero to get the focus they deserve, and the numbers keep growing within the separate shows.
The annual Arrow-verse crossover on The CW is arguably one of the most talked about television events, but this year’s crossover is getting more heated criticism than praise, which could come as a surprise for some.
It’s not often the four superhero series (Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Arrow) come together to produce an epic battle between good and evil, but it’s become a regular event to draw viewers from every show and boost the ratings, all while tackling interconnected plots between characters from different series. However, as “Crisis on Earth-X” is crossing Earths and delivering Nazi versions of our beloved characters from Earth-X, an Earth where the Nazis won WWII, it’s alienating fans in a way never done before… which is hard to do, considering how many women and POC they’ve alienated by killing off characters.