The fate of Rogol Zaar! The fate of Jon and Lois! And the identity of the Metropolis arsonist! All of these things are revealed in the final issue of Brian Michael Bendis’ introduction to DC…
New heroes and new villains joined the party as the CW expanded its roster of DC Comics television shows this season. Which shows delivered top-notch action? And which shows need some work heading into next…
Will Supergirl have to kill Reign to end the Dark Kryptonian threat to Earth? Or will she find another way? Lots of death and destruction in the season finale!
Preparations are made for a final battle as the evil Kryptonians begin to enact their plans while Supergirl and Mon-El are stranded on Argo City.
Supergirl and Mon-El return to Argo City, leaving the DEO to deal with a unique active shooter situation in National City. And the show gets unnecessarily political.
Krypton may have exploded, but why should that mean that Supergirl and her cousin are the only Kryptonians left? Let’s meet a whole space colony of them!
The Cult of Thomas Coville has returned, and it’s bad news for everyone, especially James Olsen and his secret identity.
Reign goes after her alter-ego’s family to kill off any resistance from Samantha Arias as the Legion of Superheroes plan their return to the future.
The Worldkillers have united and the relationship between Supergirl and Lena is strained as the DEO struggles to find the best way to counter Reign and her team.
The threat of the Worldkillers becomes more real, as the DEO team succumbs to the perils of Pestilence, while Lena continues working to cure Sam of her Reign problem.