Yep, looks like it could be quite fun. I like the choice of Villian, and it definitely has a "If the Movies guys hadn't taken the name this would be the Justice League" vibe to it. Like the line-up, and the cast.
I wonder, if we could persuade a British channel to pick this and Supergirl up I could have a DC show for every weekday evening...
You know, for a pop culture Tyrannosaur, Gertrude was surprisingly well done. She’s not terribly shrinkwrapped. There’s some going on with the head, but it’s over all a lot less than we’re used to seeing from Pop culture dinosaurs. Her hands aren’t pronated (and her fingers aren’t uniform as an added bonus), and that NEVER happens with pop dinos. I think she even had lips? But I don’t remember? I also misremembered her having some quills around her neck. She’s also both correctly scaled (pop culture dinosaurs are always oversized), and she’s treated as an animal, and not a mindless eating machine. She specifically had a grudge against ray (for eating one of her eggs), thus allowing them to use her as the dangerous plot foil, without falling into the tired monster tropes. When this episode landed them in the Cretaceous, I braced myself for typical awful cringeworthy pop culture tv budget awesomebro BS, but was surprised by a dinosaur that was actually not offensive! My only nitpicks are no feathers (I’m so used to it that it’s more surprising when they exist), and that SO MANY REPTILES ARE ACTIVE IN A SNOWSCAPE. A tree boa? And an iguana? Okay, I’ll forgive because I genuinely think this was written to be a lush tropical forest, and circumstances/budget forced them to film in a canadian winter. Also, shout out to the writers for having Ray name her Gertrude, after the first animated dinosaur. Or maybe it was a shout out to Runaways? I can see Ray doing either of those.
Ive lost track of the show(s) since the crossover last year, but I have loved Legends ever since I came back to it with the Woodstock Unicorn episode.
Prior to that I think I had made it to the end of season 1. trying to work out how it got from that to that is I assume pretty much on par with trying to understand how how Fast and the Furious got to FF8 if you havent seen 2-7.
Also I loved their refusal to get involved with the 2019 crossover.