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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Second Season [Blu-ray]

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  • Release Date: 08/15/2017
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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (238 out of 244)

    Special Features


    • 2 All-New featurettes:
    • 2016 Comic-Con Panel
    • Allied: The Invasion! Complex
    • Epic DC Super Hero crossover event with Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl
    • Gag reel
    • Unaired scenes

    Cast & Crew


    • Victor Garber - Martin Stein
    • Wentworth Miller - Leonard Snart
    • Brandon Routh - Ray Palmer
    • Arthur Darvill - Rip Hunter
    • Caity Lotz - Sara Lance




    Customer rating

    Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 244 reviews

    98%
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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The beggining or the end?

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      kenn
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      DC's Legends of Tomorrow survived its first season as well as SuperGirl's 2nd Season move from CBS to the CW station. Now the weekday is packed with Arrow, The Flash, SuperGirl, and DC's LOT all from the DC Universe. Not being a fan person of just DC or Marvel's it seems that DC has dominated the TV side of things while Marvel's focused on the Movies. After watching the first season of LOT, it seemed many thought it probably would not last or would get another season. After commenting about two certain characters which I felt were somewhat weak Kendra Saunders aka Hawk girl and Carter Hall aka Hawk man they were removed in Season 2. I'm wondering if the writers were listening. Some interesting twists of season 2 is Rip Hunter gets brainwashed and ends up being one of the henchman fighting against his former crew of Legends. This made his character more interesting since he was just the Captain of the Timeship but had no actual special powers other than his gun. But seeing his character acting as an American filmmaker and later brainwashed into the Legends' worst enemy this added more depth to his one dimensional character of season 1. Another bonus was seeing Gideon the artificial intelligence controlling the Timeship in the flesh (to not reveal to much). The loss of Leonard Snart and possibly Mick Rory probably connected to the new "Prison Break" series hopefully is temporary since it was obvious why they were originally chosen as part of the Legends because of their strong chemistry. Since most of the show involves Time Travel, it seems that "The Flash" might have some of the best writers on this subject so if they could tap into their writers for this show some more I'm sure it would elevate it. I found myself appreciating Season 2 more so those who gave up on this show in Season 1 should take another look as Season 3 could be better if they keep it up.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Super-hero TV show packs a punch!

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      RaynMan2142
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      "After the defeat of the immortal villain Vandal Savage and the corrupt Time Masters who colluded with him, a new threat emerges. Dr. Nate Heywood (Nick Zano), an unconventional and charming historian, is thrust into the action upon making a shocking discovery – the Legends are scattered throughout time." "Nate must find a way to rescue season one’s beloved team of heroes and rogues, including billionaire inventor Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), who has created an exo-suit with the power to shrink him to miniscule size, as the Atom; Sara Lance (Caity Lotz), the White Canary, a trained assassin; Professor Martin Stein (Victor Garber) and Jefferson “Jax” Jackson (Franz Drameh), who together form the meta-human Firestorm; and Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), aka Heat Wave, a career criminal. When the Legends encounter the J.S.A (the Justice Society of America, the precursor to DC’s Justice League) in the 1940s, Amaya Jiwe (Maisie Richardson-Sellers), aka Vixen, joins the team. While the team reunites, a mystery looms – the fate of former captain Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill)." "Once reunited, the Legends continue their new mission to protect the timeline from temporal aberrations – unusual changes to history that spawn potentially catastrophic consequences. When Nate, the grandson of J.S.A. member Commander Steel, unexpectedly finds himself with powers, he must overcome his own insecurities and find the hero within himself. Ultimately, the Legends will clash with foes both past and present, to save the world from a mysterious new threat."

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      The team storms and performs

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      Filmfool
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      The second season sidelines RIp Hunter in favor of Sara Lance, who develops skill and confidence as the new captain of the Waverider. Never short on personal combat, the show gives Caity Lotz and Neal McDonough and their stunt doubles epic work. The White Canary and Damien Darhk use their League of Assassins training against one another recurrently across the episodes. For the first time DC's Arrowverse puts together a villain group. From the first season of "The Flash" Eobard Thawne returns to recruit Darhk and Malcolm Merlyn of "Arrow". Images of his dead partner Captain Cold begin to bother Mick Rory's thoughts as that very complex character undergoes yet more personality development synced with the plot arc. The season plays fast and loose with our history, but celebrates the power of story to inspire human nobility. George Lucas (a character, not the man himself) makes a pivotal appearance underscoring how movies, our modern mythology, affect our personal destinies. The series crosses over with "Supergirl", "Arrow", and "Flash" in an alien invasion plot that transcends the ordinary to examine issues raised in those other series about metahumans and "outsiders" whose abilities differ from the norm. The Legends themselves have to grapple with their own intrusive meddling in their own histories' flow. Gaining new members, battling private concerns, they truly start to gel as a team.

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    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Mixed At Best

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      Bumblebee
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      It’s hard talk about Legends of Tomorrow as a show. I really enjoyed the season one arc. Rips character definitely is missed during the first few episodes. Also, some of the cast that I loved is no longer part of this crew. Their replacements seem very weak. Perhaps the greatest stand outs this season are the emergence of Rory as a character and the formation of the Legion of Doom. Get it at a reasonable price. I paid 14.99 for both blu ray and digital copy. Also, it helps if you don’t take the shows as seriously as Arrow. I enjoy them as pure entertainment and not in grounded reality despite the show still existing in the DC universe. That seems to help add more enjoyment to the episodes instead of trying to pick apart certain ones.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Better than i hoped

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      Jack
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      At first it seemed like DC and the producers were picking up the residue superheroes in an attempt to create a new quick money making series. Some of the episodes are confusing and not explained well. This is the fault of the writers and editors who seem to want to rush each episode out as fast as possible since they are pressured with deadlines, especially with a weekly show. Well surprise, surprise in the long run the series legends actually turned out very well and is in its third season. I like season two better than season one since the actors seemed to have developed their characters more deeply. Captain cold was a great hero-villian and I hope we see more of SNART in the seasons to come.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Rebound

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      Curt
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      To be honest, I thought about giving up on this show after the first season. I liked it but I didn't love it but towards the end of the first season it started to hit its stride. I decided to keep it on the DVR and stick with it and I am so glad I did. While there are a few blah episodes in season 2 it was a lot of fun. I enjoyed the nods to writers and directors as they jumped through time. I am looking forward to season 3. If you enjoy the DC TV Universe or time travel stories that don't mind being cheesy and just having fun this is a great watch.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I love Superhero stories

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      LianaV
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      I absolutely adore reading superhero stories, I love the new DC Icon books and reading fanfic (lol) so watching shows is natural. I have never ever read the comics, I fear I am too far behind and don't know where to start. LoT is an interesting story, I love the heroes thrown together are not the classic All Good heroes. These heroes are more chaotic neutral or lawful evil and that makes for an interesting story. I am glad I bought this season and can't wait for season 3.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The turning point for the CW's best DC show

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      phillies3454
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      After a good but not great first season, Legends hit the ground running with a breakout second season that embraced the ridiculousness of time travel even more. I loved seeing this group of "misfits" continue to bond, and it was amazing seeing the Arrowverse's first true villain group in the Legion of Doom. My only complaint is with a lack of behind the scenes material, but at $14.99, it was still absolutely worth it to have this on blu-ray

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