Danorian wrote: ↑3 weeks ago
That seems to be the biggest problem with the entire CW-verse-no interconnectivity beyond the crossovers! And it's made worse by the Crisis since now ALL the series are supposed to be on the same Earth! We did get a feel in Flash and Arrow that the teams could help each other, but no one is helping Supergirl, Batwoman, or Black Lightning?!
Team Flash build a very important device that was used
in Black Lightning in the current season (episode 5)
Star City and Team flash were only mentioned, but it was there.
I hope they can and will do more next season when Covid hopefully doesn't prevent crossovers anymore.
Between the shows that are then still there (no Black Lightning or Supergirl).
Back to topic:
Episode 4 was interesting and had some good moments. The whole how can Superman/Clark be "divided" between his family and the world is a difficult aspect.
If you have such powers and are able to help everyone on the planet ....every hour Superman spends with the family basically costs lives. He is in a rather bad position.
And the way he plays it here he is Clark all day long until he gets a special assignment.
For my taste the story move on quicker. But they sure know how to keep the interest up with really interesting end scenes in each episode. No classic Cliffhangers but for me they work really well. I wonder what Morgan Edge is up to. The scene in the
mine revealed something but also created new questions.
One more episode before the show goes on break for nearly 2 months.
But I am looking forward to his "replacement" during that time.