Legends of Tomorrow Progeny Review

The Let’s talk about Hitler without talking about Hitler

     Let’s talk about the fact that Legends of Tomorrow did an episode about the question of would you kill baby Hitler if given the chance. They even call the kid future Hitler. This episode also has a lot of Nazi imagery.The big debate with the team was is it worth it to kill an innocent child if you know what his future will be. It was very interesting to see were everyone stood with this although a little predictable. Also that little kid was really crappy and deserved a bullet to the head.

   Also very interesting is that Ray Palmer has a child!!  How is this possible! On Arrow he only had one love interest and that was Felicity. Shortly after that he was presumed dead. This love child apparently was key into replicating the Atom suit and making a robot police force. Ray Palmer apparently wasn’t so nonsequential to the future as Rip Hunter said in the pilot of the show.

  The story that Kendra remembered was very good. I enjoyed the small little story about the her past life with Carter and their son. The story after between Kendra and Palmer I didn’t like so much. It’s falling into Arrow territory with the will they won’t they stuff. If there gonna be a couple on the show don’t drag it out so much.

    Then there were the scenes between Cold and Heatwave. Legends has done a good job of building there friendship and breaking it apart. The conversions between Sara and Snart and Sara and Mick also did a great job of portraying it. While the final scene between the two felt a little cheesy the reveal of the hunters was excellent. I am looking forward to seeing how that pans out.

Author: Delvin Cox

Host of The Delvin Cox Experience and the MicDrop Podcast. Also an all around nice guy.

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