Cast & Crew
Professor Stein/Half of Firestorm
Leo Snart/Citizen Cold
Mick Rory/Heat Wave
Sara Lance/White Canary
Jefferson "Jax" Jackson/Half of Firestorm
Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
Connor Hawke/Green Arrow
Star City 2046 Photos
Legends of Tomorrow has spent most of its time delving into the past. "Star City 2046" suggests the show is much better off exploring the future.
It ultimately adds up to a whole lot of eye candy with little at the center.
Sadly, this episode missed some opportunity to delve deeper into that rivalry as it focused instead on a pointless romance subplot. Assuming the show ever returns to the Star City of 2046, hopefully it can atone for that mistake.
Legends of Tomorrow delivered its best episode yet tonight, finally delivering an adventure that took good advantage of the show's time travel conceit.
Ultimately, this episode was a solid diversion from the Vandal Savage storyline, but could have been so much more. Too many misfires stopped this episode from achieving potential greatness.
If it continues on the path it's going now, Legends of Tomorrow is never going to rise above an average superhero show.
If the romance subplot hadn't been included, "Star City 2046" would have easily been the best episode of Legends of Tomorrow's run so far.
All in all this was a strong episode, though Legends would benefit from taking Professor Stein's advice and be more confident in itself.
I can see people hopping off the Legends train at this station, and I wouldn't necessarily blame them, but I'm also certain I'm not alone in enjoying this goofy, viscerally exciting extravaganza.