When we last left our diamonds in the rough heroes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow the team had seemingly “broken time”. Our original leader, Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) had given his leading position to Sara Lance (Caity Lotz).
Last season suffered without the presence of Mr. Hunter along with the plotlines that didn’t quite live up to season one.
However, from the get-go Rip Hunter is no longer trying to figure out his place among the Legends. Now, he’s graduated from time pirate to laced up Men in Black (or Blue?)
In a span of minutes… or five years (time is super fluid) Rip has found a new group to enforce his rules on now that the Legends have outgrown him.
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This review originally appeared on www.Film-Book.com
FX‘s Legion: Season 1, Episode 1: Chapter 1 is the best kind of weird. It is a lot like a student art film with a hefty production budget. And that is a good thing.
Legion uses the mental state of our lead character David Haller (Dan Stevens) as a key visual element. It makes the viewers’ experience equally as unstable.
Legion is also vastly different from any Marvel product we’ve seen cinematic or television related. Our hero, who isn’t much of a hero at this point, is teetering on the edge of sanity. The many years of dealing with his “condition” have left him isolated and alone.
Continue reading Tea & Review: Legion – Chapter 1
One of the big things we pride ourselves in at Tea & Fiction is our mutual obsession with all things “super hero-ey”.
It also helps that said super hero-ey stuff takes place in the city you’re from. Continue reading TEA & REVIEW: Heroine Complex