So, due to the blessing/curse of never getting enough sleep I have managed to watch 16 episodes of Legends of Tomorrow in a matter of days.
It got better, I give them that. It's a pretty missable show would be my final review. It is enjoyable. I like time-travel stuff in general. If I was pressed for time and want to watch all sorts of current TV, I wouldn't. I love most comic book stuff so I did.
Loved Connor Hawke and the other guy that appeared there. Wasn't insulting to their characters from comics but gave us a fresh spin on things. I'm pleased with that. I liked the one arm thing as a kinda in-joke to another GA character. The downside - I notice guest stars names at the start of episodes. I recall a twist in Angel where a character appeared and they cleverly had that credit come up at the end. By showing it early it gave the game away. Maybe that's a contractual thing though. Oh and in that episode, GA uses his wire arrow to swing down off a car at one point. It's such a short distance and he goes so slow it looks absolutely awful.
I expected a Flash-focussed episode too tbh.
Didn't mind the Atom love story though it was utterly pointless for the most part.
If they did this show and knew Flashpoint was happening in S3 of Flash, I feel they might have been sensible to set up some of the rules for time travel. I suppose the sonic boom through time thing may not apply to how the Time Masters stuff works so may have be a sensible choice not to mention. Can't help but feel Flashpoint and a certain Citizen must be going to impact Legends though.
They did, imo, a flawed as a gherkin job of explaining why they couldn't put Sara further back in time. How is this known?
Rip had no timeline data after the Occulus blew. And the Occulus also appeared to not be 100% accurate anyway given the death it saw and the one we got. I really didn't think they had a good answer for this.