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The Legends work with The Flash, Supergirl and Green Arrow to kill the invaders; while working out how to defeat the Dominators, Stein gets distracted by the aberration he created in 1987.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Dr. Martin Stein
... Ray Palmer / The Atom
... Sara Lance / White Canary
... Jefferson Jackson / Firestorm
... Amaya Jiwe / Vixen
... Gideon (voice) (as Amy Pemberton)
... Nate Heywood / Steel
... Mick Rory / Heat Wave
... Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
... John Diggle / Spartan
... Felicity Smoak
... Caitlin Snow
... Cisco Ramon / Vibe
... Kara Danvers / Supergirl
... Barry Allen / The Flash


After learning the Dominators' plan for the world, the Legends must work together with The Flash, Supergirl and Green Arrow to kill them once and for all. Meanwhile, Stein figures out, with the help of others, how the team can terminate the Dominators, but is distracted by the aberration he created in 1987.

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1 December 2016 (USA)  »

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Felicity Smoak and Kara Danvers finally address in this episode that they are lookalikes. Ray Palmer comments that Kara looks like a cousin of his, of course, referencing Brandon Routh's role as Superman in Superman Returns (2006). See more »


The character of Thea was dropped from this episode for budget reasons. Oliver mentions dropping her off at home, but no reason is ever given as to why she abandons the team. See more »


Kara Danvers: I know you said you don't unnverved.
Oliver Queen: Well...
Kara Danvers: But if you did, I think hardship is what makes us stronger. That's probably why these people look to you as their rock.
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The logos for Arrow, the Flash, and Supergirl are added to the opening credits. See more »


References Battlestar Galactica (1978) See more »


The World (Is Going Up In Flames)
Performed by Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band
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6 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Believe it or not, The Invasion! 3-part crossover was enjoyable!

They're certain areas for me that was cringe worthy.

01. Iris being overprotected to Wally: She was acting more like a mother than a "sibling" (which in reality both Iris and Wally are aunt and nephew)that forbids her to not use his speed. Though i was happy to see Wally fully embrace himself as Kid Flash and standing up to "drama queen".

02. Vibe's grudge on Flash: Through the entire crossover, Cisco's personal grudge on Barry being responsible for changing the time line resulted in his brother's death was just getting ridiculous as his pop culture references. But karma really bit him in the ass after he alter time by helping freed a Dominator resulted in a much bigger problem. Cisco missed up & they got paid. Serves him right.

03. Felicity: Less of her, the better :) Moving on! :)

04. Arrow 100: though it was a nice milestone, the subplot with Cisco, Felicity & the Outsiders along with Flash & Supergirl (aka the Justice Glee) was the main focus and less of Ollie, Diggle, Sara, Ray & Thea that were abducted by the Dominators.

06. The FX: The Dominators were created using cutting-edge computer effects to achieve a feature film-quality look which is faithful to Invasion! artist Todd McFarlane's interpretation of the characters. Though hats off to the FX people, we've only seen little of the Dominators. Plus in the credits, who provided their voice?

07. The Network: for the men and women of the CW, the marketing for this crossover suck, even the tag line "Heroes v Aliens" was kind of lame (especially that the White Canary & Heat Wave are actually "Legendary" villains). But the worst of it is that they marketed as a 4 part crossover event. Flash, Arrow & Legends has titled "Invasion!" & it's only 3 parts "not 4". The majority of Supergirl's episode "Medusa" was a standalone episode except the final 2 minutes (incuding 1 and 2 scenes)and yet fans eat it up. All it ended up was a error of promotion & labeled it as a 4 part episode, which turned out to be nothing but a cheap gimmick.

And finally, 08. Supergirl: 1 word: overkill. Barry thought this was a good idea, thinking "in order to fight aliens, we need an alien (but from a different earth)" by getting help from Supergirl. For me it was a waste of time & effort. In the end it was more of a tag along. The training sequence between her and Green Arrow, Speedy & the "Legends" was a joke, giving everything they got and just "tickling" her. Also Kara was kind of out of place, no where to fit in & was underused. To be honest with you, they didn't really need Supergirl in this crossover. They could've fought the Dominators without her.

For the good moments:

  • the hall of justice

  • The standoff scene

  • The fight sequences

  • familiar faces: Deathstroke, Laurel, Ollie's parents, etc.

  • Team ups!!

Minus the flaws, some of the wooden acting & the unnecessary soap opera drama and characters, It was enjoyable. :)

Invasion! 9/10

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