Supergirl: S3 (BD)
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Supergirl: The Complete Third Season (BD)
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 Worldkiller, Reign.]]>
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Cat Grant is pretty well dropped from the series in the first episode. Alex's Gay romance is badly handled ( Floriana Lima wouldn't / couldn't sign on for a complete season), General Lane and Max Lord (1st season characters) get I think one mention each. Gruff elder reporter Sapper Carr (that is the name, right?) is on sabbatical (and never mentioned again). The alien bar from second season not mentioned, not sure if the bar our hero visits is supposed to be it or not…no aliens. The Guardian storyline almost disappears.
Not one but two threats this time around, though Morgan Edge seemed rather weak and didn't appear in many episodes. Reign and the evil Kryptonians made a pretty good threat not always handled well but interesting (and probably won't get much mention in Season 4).
Erica Durance as the new Alura Zor-El is a little young but part of some interesting storylines (too bad the Kryptonian Space city looked nothing like Krypton). I didn't really like the way Mon-El and his friends were brought into the story but I'm not sure what I'd do to improve it.
Some good among the bad, I like the Kara &Alex trip back home episode as an example, some others not as much. I'll watch 4th season, even if it's a little sloppy it will be some of the CW's best.
Like Second Season there was a crossover mini series in 3rd. It was OK, but if you cared about it you had to either buy al the other series just to get the relevant episodes or buy a foreign PAL format DVD to get them (or a download from Amazon/iTunes?). According to the disc notes the Blu ray edition, but not the DVD, of Season 3 Supergirl has them so if you want the event on disc this time around you can get it.
Seasons one and two were also released with ridiculously high initial prices, then after a few months dropped to the $11.98-$14.98 range. Can't the releasing studio understand that they'd make more money and sell more DVDs by offering them at a reasonable pre-order price? Why insult the fans again and again?
This is a great series and a very satisfying season. I've reviewed the series twice, so there's not much to add except that it just keeps getting better and better. This is currently my favorite superhero TV series. Looking forward to season four!!
My advice to fans: Wait a few months for the price to drop, as it always does. My advice to the releasing studio: Get real and stop insulting everyone.