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...outstanding action and solid character moments.
With the season opening with one of it's strongest ever episodes, Supergirl was going to be hard-pressed to come up with the a follow up that didn't fall flat. And it did deliver.
Seeing just how all of the characters are working together make me more than a little giddy.
One of the best things about Supergirl is its emphasis on family and team work. Supergirl Season 2 Episode 2 reminded us of that value and certainly did not disappoint.
There are a lot of positives to "Last Children Of Krypton." Effects and fight sequences continue to impress, expanding the boundaries of what can be accomplished for TV...where the episode drives one crazy is in story contrivances.
Supergirl has provided another compelling episode. Now, it remains to be seen how Supergirl continues to expand upon National City's alien population, especially with Cadmus as an antagonist.
If it wasn't already apparent last week, this Supergirl episode served as further proof that the series is better off for its move to The CW.
[These] little moments go a long way towards making Supergirl feel like a deeper, richer show, despite what it lacks in compelling villains or seamless plotting.
Tyler Hoechlin continues to exhibit considerable charm and humour as the word's most powerful boy scout.
Episode two of the new season has turned Supergirl into the show it was always aiming to be. Its a story about living in the shadow of someone perceived to be better than you.