Season 3 : the Complete Third Season

DVD - 2018
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Ridding National City of Queen Rhea and her Daxamite army was a major win for Supergirl, but one that came at a significant cost, as Kara was forced to sacrifice her budding relationship with Mon-El. As season three returns with all-new supercharged adventures, Kara and team will come up against a new threat in the form of DC world killer Reign.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2018]
Branch Call Number: DVD Fic Supe 3
Characteristics: 5 videodiscs (931 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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The show continues to impress, and I'm actually glad they introduced then pushed aside Superman.

The only thing I don't like as much is Supergirl working with a team to accomplish her superheroing; no offense to production or any of the actors and actresses involved, but it takes a way a bit from the character when she often has to rely on others to help her. How 'super' can she really be if almost every villain requires outside help of some kind? This seems to be the trend with all of the DC shows out now: Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tommorow, but at least the latter was a historical team.

Please don't confuse my criticism with 'sidekickism'. That was a thing in the 50s and 60s, where just about every hero got a sidekick emulating them and helping them solve crime: Batman and Robin, Flash and Kid Flash, Arrow and Speedy, etc. This is not that. This is about heroes, who once upon a time were quite capable of doing stuff on their own (or at worst 90% on their own), but who are now on superhero teams and unable to do their job on their own.

This is also not to be confused with the idea of 'supergroups', like The Justice League or the Avengers. Those are groups of fully capable heroes, brought together to stop titanic, world-ending threats, that require all of them working together. It's a whole different scale of danger. Supergirl and the other DC shows have tried to emulate that model for B and C-level villains, and it's getting to the point where it makes the titular heroes just look weak.


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