Seriously, I saw this rumor online and couldn’t figure out why. Leon is basically aping my comments, right down to not really following the CW’s take on the DC Universe. (I was considering watching their Crisis On Infinite Earths event but it involved destroying every live-action DC show prior to the CW version not counting what’s on DC Universe and decided I didn’t want to really see that.) That said, at least Blackest Night had a point in the larger DC Comics universe that it doesn’t have in the “Arrowverse” so I’m hoping they scrapped that idea. I also don’t think they have to adapt every storyline from DC Comics. Their version of Crisis at least brought Supergirl and Black Lightning into the regular continuity after the former moved in from CBS and the latter…why was Black Lightning segregated from the other two universe? Yes, I’m calling it segregation. It started on the same network, unlike Supergirl and didn’t have to be put “over there”. At least now he has super hero friends.
Over at The Clutter Reports this week I reviewed Skyfall, a Transformer released in the Official Transformers Collector’s Club. One more review and I’m done going over this box. With more to go. The comic posted late tonight because after the photo shoot I found out my tripod needed a bit of repair and had to take care of that.
Back here at the Spotlight this week it would be nice to do a Finally Watched this week. The 23rd century Star Trek comics end this week until Paramount’s Star Trek Unlimited. We get to the Academy Comics run of Robotech II: The Sentinels, so I have to hurry and get the video review of the only completed episodes done soon. What did you guys think of my preview for Art Of Storytelling? I’ll have the first proper examination this week, plus another chapter of Spider-Man: Carnage In New York. Have a good week everyone!