Brittany Runs a Marathon
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The community leader and supercharged hero both get ample time here in a way that smartly illustrates the debate raging inside.
It's truly amazing to have a show so sure of what it is, representing the good and bad of the black community. Black Lightning just gets better every week and has become an instant classic.
The series seems to be picking up momentum and delving into its prominent plot lines.
The genius of Black Lightning is how the showrunners portray the despair Freeland faces within the Pierce-family microcosm.
"Black Jesus" makes clear that secrecy as a whole is something the people of Freeland could do with a lot less of.
Black Lightning is by far not the first to use super hero analogies as a metaphor to talk about being gay in America, but they are definitely going full throttle with the trope.
I'm really excited to find out the details of Black Lightning's past battle(s) with Tobias, especially given the new information in this episode.
One of Black Lightning's greatest strengths in the early part of this season is its ability to take the larger issues affecting Freeland and use them to tell small-scale stories about various communities.
This show continues to give me Friday Night Lights vibes, which is the highest of compliments, as far as I'm concerned.
Black Lightning stepped up its game this week by giving Tobias Whale a backstory befitting his character.