I love the season finale, beginning to ending, & the revelation that there's a second device was a big "oh crap" moment.
With the undertaking (partially) prevented, I can't wait to see what direction the show will take. Although I'm predicting that next season, Oliver start training Roy and Diggle will get his revenge on Deadshot. Also I hope Laurel will start training in self-defense and been on her way to becoming a hero in her own right.
Kinda disappointed of the little action in the teaser, but definitely loves the shot of him flying. Heck, someone in the theater yells "Yeah!", and then apologizes. Hopefully we get another trailer before the end of the year.
I'm kind of like Rachel, when I was little I play with my Power Rangers and Ninja Turtles and such, and make up adventures. When I start to get "slight" older, I start to write small stories, some about what I watch, some original; I just like making up stories, and well, it kind of snowball from there.
This might sound like an odd question, but I’ve noticed that some live-action shows’ episodes count in a single season varied from the norm 13-22 episodes. For example, the first season of Lost had 25 episodes. So here my question: besides the obvious (30, 40, etc), how much could/would be too many episodes for a season?
I'm also worried about what will happened to Amy and Rory. So far, in the new series, no companion had lost their life, but that don't necessary means they're safe. Hopefully, at the end of the five episodes, they will be safe and sound, in this world with their memories intact
I'm actually looking forward for Ant-Man, and see how they will portray his powers in live-action, since it is an "unusual" superhero power. As well as the Guardians of the Galaxy, since it probably will show other areas of the Marvel Universe beyond Earth and Asgard. And I gonna see Rocket Raccoon in live-action.