DC's Legends Of Tomorrow "Pilot, Part One" Review - AVClub

AVClub: Hubris is at the root of DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow, not just for its characters, who believe themselves capable of altering the course of time, but for its creators, who take a big risk by launching a live-action superhero team TV series at a time when pop culture is saturated with superhero projects. Viewers have turned up for The CW’s other forays into DC superheroes, Arrow and The Flash, but those shows were built around one central hero, limiting the scope of the series by focusing on a solo superhero’s experience. Both shows have large ensembles that feature other heroes, but the title characters are the top priority, a smart decision that has kept the emphasis on personal relationships as those shows build a larger shared Arrowverse (which includes the animated Vixen webseries).

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