Synopsis: The Legends discover a time aberration that threatens the Justice Society of America, who are on a mission to intercept and seize a mysterious package in Nazi-occupied Paris.
Review: Still without their leader Rip Hunter. The Legends continue to figure out what the pecking order is. And for most part of this particular episode. It is Dr. Stien that takes the lead, but when stuff gets a bit to messy the buck is passed to White Canary.
This episode is fantastic with its ambition of teaming the Legends with the Justice Society Of America and pitting them against the Nazi’s. For the most part it is successful, but I can’t help but feel that it may have benefited from having an extra episode.
The chemistry between Brandon Routh and Maisie Richardson-Sellers works really well as Atom and Vixen get captured by the Nazi’s.
I loved all the world war II stuff on offer here and I loved the fact that the JSA and Legends were basically looking to steal an artifact from Hitler.
We got some comedy when Stien decides to pose as a famous German Crooner in order to get the Legends into a Paris club where Vixen is undercover.
The pairing of the JSA and Legends worked out really well and hopefully we’ll get to see a little more of it in the weeks to come. If the cliffhanger is anything to go by. I have absolutely no doubt that we will.
- Incidental Music9.5