And with a freaking vengeance. Continuity & shared universe gives me a geekgasm on 11 every time I watch this show, I wish the live action divisions thought the same way. *headdesk*
I have to admit, I really don’t like how much they’ve depowered Superman on this series, but that seems to be par for the course these days. I also don’t know how comfortable I am with Batman sending the kids in with this level of danger in a mission. He takes far too many chances with them as far as I’m concerned. I love how they tied in just about every episode so far, starting with the first one and the ice villains uniting. Good to see there was an ultimate purpose. Amanda Waller was just a lil’ more ghetto than usual in this one, and this was damn near Shawshank, but that’s okay. Kinda strange that Captain Cold never said anything.
Good to see all of the monsters in this as well; I love this show!
So finally, Superboy and M’Gann get their groove on, and it’s really cute, in a damn they’re just teenagers and they’re gonna break up kind of way. I’m just constantly amazed at the level of detail that’s put into this show, and it simultaneously gives me great joy to watch it, and it makes me lose even more respect for lazy writing on other shows.
Didn’t care for their version of the Riddler. Felt more like that was “Riddler Jr.” Mr. Freeze however is one of my all time favorite Bat-Villains, and it’s funny how Ojo recognized Superboy and kept getting smacked down before he could out him. And Hugo Strange and Papa Icicle are in cahoots with this all powerful light. Dr. Light I’m sure.