So I can't tell if I need to binge this so I fully recognize the internal narrative inconsistencies, or if I should be like the cops who at least at this point are acting like the most inattentive incompetents.
Y'all just came back from the dead. This is DC, nobody dies, or goes down.
This will obviously not be a one-to-one translation of books to movie. Some of this first episode was from Trial of Hari Seldon, some of it from book one. I am guessing over the course of the first season we'll see the struggle to begin the work of the Foundation, and may get some hints of the second here and there. The actual existence of the second will be revealed at end of Season with emergence of the Mule, and likely Daneel reveal.
Why isn't she in therapy, and recovery? Is it because she's a Scientologist?
This wasn't good. Bad CGI to prop up a story conceived by Mark Millar, who, despite a wealth of more interesting thought in the world, continues to have people buy his cliché shlock. But for those looking for their superhero stories to be simple, free of politics or point and as bland as butter on white toast, it might serve as a brief distraction from being mad at the sky.
Hands down, the most insufferable character Sean Bean has ever played. And he has played a lot of characters.
It's too bad none of these people know sign language. They could have gotten a big head start.
The anomolies don't challenge my suspension of disbelief half as much as these government goobers.
How is this woman going to be this smart and paranoid about her research and not have cameras up? Or be able to audit her print log? Mia is awful at spycraft.
I have to wonder if all the Marthas are just there as a defense against wealthy vigilantes and alien boy scouts.
That mindmeld was super non-consensual.
I really don't get how they don't know about Jurati. The ships computer, the medical hologram, were unable to tip them off?
The Romulan super villain is super annoying.
I'm enjoying, but I could fly a Borg cube through some of the plot holes here.
If she invented/discovered stack technology, wouldn't she be the oldest of old Meths?
Oh, this looks awful.
How is there that much blood sprayed around that apartment, but not a drop on him?
WTF, what woman goes and randomly walks down a runoff tunnel? That's like a tunnel with a neon sign on it that says MURDER ME!
This is so ridiculous, I may be compelled to continue.
With one episode left, we get...was this an episode? Felt a bit more like an admission that they've never had any idea where they wanted this to go...
Really appreciate the way they portray relationships. And the Painkiller training, hoo wee. Sliding back and forth on the pull up bar like it was a dance move...
Appreciate that they got the actors from the live action show to do the voices.
Funny that, in hindsight, you had three of the "secret first hybrids" leading the resistance. Not one human in that tent.
That was ungood. I expected camp, and that the plot and character development wouldn't be strong... But o.O
That was just bad.
Why did you put her in a cage with witchy witch supplies? That didn't seem wise.
What are you doing?!?! You can't send the Martian Manhunter into a BURNING BARN.
Ugh, Felicity should have brought in garden shears instead of a gun. Could have left Diaz to help free Oliver, but lopped off his dangling bits and both his thumbs. WIn-win.
Surprisingly good series. Left a lot of threads to explore in subsequent seasons while handling the origin and team establishment well. So when's the next season?
F-n hell, Diaz is the worst villain - just utter garbage. And the Quadrant? That super evil world dominating organization that no one knew about and lasted two episodes?
I want that new $20.
Damn. Just got punched in the gut.
If everyone Jim gets with turns into a super villain, maybe he should like, stop.
She's an awful therapist.
Wil's dad is kind of a fragile dude.
That was an incredible episode.
The chair is a mechanical device, she could have just turned around and blasted it. wtf...
Eh, I found it rather disappointing. I know in the mythology of the show stack tech has only been around a couple hundred years, but look at how different culture is with just a few decades of cell phones. Am I really to believe cross sleeving would even be a thing? If the stack can receive input from drugs, how would a body's natural hormones impact? Lack thereof in a synth body? And DNA tagging? When you jump sleeves, clone? What kind of identity verification is that?