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No consensus yet.
As soon as I first saw a statue come into view, and Anissa's righteous self in the foreground, I knew we were in for some fun.
This episode gets all the positive nods and hopefully, the momentum will be sustained going forward.
As a show about a family superheroes in the making, Black Lightning has always been in a unique position to explore the cape genre in ways that set it apart from most other shows like it.
One of my favorite things about Black Lightning are the ways that they purposefully center a Black Lives Matter narrative on a young black woman.
"The Book of Thunder" was another solid episode of this superhero drama. It's quickly solidified itself as one of the best shows on The CW. How can it top this episode?
"Three Sevens" is so deflating. It's not necessarily a bad episode of TV, but it is rather formulaic.
From a thoughtful approach to ripped from the headlines events to racial identity, family drama and a pretty good action scene, this episode packed a lot in 60 minutes.
Every week, it seems, Black Lightning gives me a new reason to love it. This time, it's the fact that they managed to incorporate a story line about the white nationalist protests that rocked Charlottesville, Virginia, last summer.
Of the many things that Black Lightning does well, and this is a show that has done very little wrong in its first six episodes, it gets the hunted superhero/police dynamic down really well.