And behold, after months we finally have DC’s Legends of Tomorrow back. Funny and full of vigor, the series remains charismatic and even if it doesn’t innovate at all, it’s great entertainment. I loved seeing that Mona continued to stand out and had a cool turn.
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Mona was accused of having released Konane, but soon we were able to convince Zari, Sara and everyone else that there was something wrong with the Bureau and so we had the separate team to solve the problems and still investigate the Bureau. Zari and Nate went over to Hank to find out what he moved and saw that the cameras were modified.
Even without knowing details about the Hades Project, the two decide to keep an eye on the director, but the hard part was seeing Sara realize that Ava will do her best to always be at the Bureau’s side. Even though she thinks they can use the monsters to stop something bigger, she prefers to side with the humans and Hank’s project, rather than giving monsters credibility.
Meanwhile, Mona and Konane are getting closer to Constantine, Ray, Mick and Charlie. The way they involve the monster like El Lobo and throw a party in Mexico and make El Cura a legend of the luchas.
The problem is that Konane and Mona are cornered in the forest and one of the Bureau’s agents kills Konane, which causes Mona to become a ferocious wolf and destroy the agent. She then understands Mick’s words that human and monster will never have a love and a happy ending. I want to see her reaction to what’s coming, especially as a “werewolf”.
I’m still looking forward to seeing what DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will deliver the rest of the season, which already starts with a good turn, even if very cliché. Again the legends are against the bureau.