A lot of mixed priorities to be honest. If we are going to be fair, we have to acknowledge that it’s been a rough four years for Oliver Queen (played by Stephen Amell). He’s come back home from being shipwrecked on an island. His various girlfriends have either been, killed, ghosted, shot, or paralyzed. His mother has died.
The question of diversity has been a large bone of contention in a world that is largely accepting of other cultures. After all, if you can have a blue man who is saving the world, then it shouldn’t be a shock to see someone of a different gender, race or sexual orientation doing the same. The CW has been at the forefront of diversifying characters in the world of DC through shows such as Arrow and Flash. There has been some push back from die-hard fans, but for the most part the changes have been pretty positively accepted according to both shows' ratings.
As we gear up for CW’s Fall season, let's take the time to reflect on what we can expect from the Flash. We left off from Season 2 with the perfect set up for Flash Point. Let talk about what might come!
Like any other character, Aquaman has his ups and downs. A character as ridiculed as Aquaman is going to have many downs. First, let's go over the worst of the worst. Then afterward we can tackle the best Aquaman has to offer.