We couldn’t wait for this new DVD to come out. We loved the first season so much. and the second one did leave us wanting some more. This season sees Reverse-Flash return as the main character but with the actor Matt Letscher who portrays the villain in his true form, giving this fan favorite villain a new and equally enjoyable take from the one seen portrayed by Tom Cavanagh in The Flash Season One. The plot twists and the time periods all help make this season even better in my case.
What I loved best was that Rip Hunter was able to travel back in time. to the present and so he can bring his awesome team together. All the heroes and of course villains, so that they can all work together and try to prevent Vandal Savage from destroying their world and the time itself. So many great action scenes that made it great. When all is said and done, they work as a team to protect the past, future, and present and save all, from the biggest threat to humanity they have ever known.
“Allied: The Invasion Complex” (10 minutes) — A featurette about the crossover event with Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl with chats about how excited the various casts were to work with each other, and other general silliness. There’s also a quick recap of the storyline, because (alas) those crossover episodes are not included on this Legends of Tomorrow-only collection.
The “2016 Comic-Con Panel” (30 minutes) introduced the Season 2 cast publicly for the first time, where they talk about what their characters are going to be doing (on the episodes you just finished watching), plus general panelesque foolishness and Q&A. It also included the show’s producers, who reveal many spoilers (again, from episodes you just watched). But you do get to see which cast members are naughty and which are nice.
The gag reel (6 1/2 minutes) has pretty much the same malfunctioning props and flimsy scenery you see everywhere, but it also includes a lot of (questionable) dancing. I thought the funniest mini-montage here was the series of clips where it appears that nobody knows anybody else’s name! (Character or real.)
Plus oodles of deleted scenes, from 9 of the 17 episodes!
Season Three of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow debuts on The CW on October 10, 2017, in an episode entitled “Aruba-Con”. Maybe one of those dinosaurs we saw on last season’s cliffhanger will join the team this season! Stranger things have happened on this show…