Supergirl went on a somewhat tiring journey with the theme of xenophobia, even though it was such an important moment in our global politics. The way she put the “wall” in the series involving space was interesting, but something is missing to be developed.
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Manchester Black has assembled his Elite to go against all those who are aggressively going against the aliens, and of course the Children of Liberty are targets. So, he, Menagerie, Hat and an alien who had gone after Haley a few episodes ago.
It remains for Supergirl to set up her own group, the “Super-Friends”, homage to animation. I liked the way each of the characters worked, like J’onn, Brainy and Sonhadora, but there was something more missing in their combination. At least we should have an interesting drama with Brainy, who had his Legion ring stolen by Hat and delivered to Manchester.
Meanwhile, President Baker is increasingly committed to keeping his public opinion high and his alliance with Ben Lockwood strong. The point is that he has his own plans and the satellite that would destroy any ship that approached Earth was one of them, which was not even consulted with the DEO, which leaves even Haley intrigued.
The fact is that now Alex, in addition to rejoining with Supergirl, but without knowing his identity, also weaves an alliance with Lena, who begins to intrigue himself about the government’s purposes with the possibility of creating his own metahumans to fight against aliens.
And his studies may start to be problematic, since James, now that he has seen the path his ex will take, has released Mackenzie to go after his informant on the Luthor Corp case and those studies.
Supergirl has a lot to show yet, but needs to improve some of its plot developments.