Thankfully, Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) was on hand to help buy Barry some time (and offer some heartbreaking comments about his old teammates) and offer him some good advice Barry needs to show Despero who he truly is and how there's no way he would bring about the end of the world- and Despero's only[...]
Ray Palmer Archives
Now with only a few hours left until "Armageddon" is unleashed, we have a look at the preview from the season-opener that presents viewers with a little "calm before the storm." Kicking off with a rather sad update from Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer aka The Atom when asked if he's kept in contact with the[...]
Back in August 2019, fans of DC's Legends of Tomorrow were given the bad news that Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer) and Courtney Ford (Nora Darhk) were set to depart the series during The CW series' fifth season While surprising, there was a general assumption that this was "just the way the show worked", with characters'[...]
With DC’s Legends of Tomorrow starting to fire up production on season 4, it seemed like a good time to post five things we'd like to see in the new year.
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] We are shown a confrontation between Ray Palmer and Chronos in the Microverse, and we next see Chronos attacking the Justice League of America as they continue to rebuild Happy Harbor The JLA recently discovered a place where Ahl, the God of Superheroes, touched the Earth beneath Mount Justice, and Chronos wants to use[...]
All Rights Reserved. This was a very interesting episode in that a bunch of stuff happened, the final third of the season locked into place, and we got a cool episode that focused primarily on Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), and Nora Darhk (Courtney Ford) I like when they give Ray his due[...]
A few pages are spent on the Justice League of America looking towards the future, and some are spent on showing Ray Palmer in the microverse before the JLA found him These weren't inherently wasted pages In fact, it's uncommon that a comic covers this much space in a single issue However, there is some[...]
A recap and review of the DC's Legends of Tomorrow third season episode, The Curse of the Earth Totem, which featured Blackbeard the Pirate.
The Arrowverse is a place where Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) has come up with a device that can shrink himself and his suit, but now he's come up with a shrink ray (he doesn't like that name) And while Ray has guested on The Flash once or twice, he's most of the time off on[...]
In a new clip from Legends of Tomorrow, the team heads into the jungle of Vietnam to discover what might be the most dangerous anachronism yet.
In a new clip from DC's Legends of Tomorrow, the team travels to 1930s Hollywood to track down an anachronism that could destroy the film industry.
On the screen we see Ryan in the familiar beige trench coat of Constantine, talking with Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) The fact that episode 310 is being filmed this week, it's possible that the footage is dailies from the episode or from 309 Either way, we can expect to see Ryan show up at some[...]
Seems one of the things that got misplaced when the Legends broke time was a baby Dominator… the big ugly creatures from last years Invasion crossover… except the baby version is cute and found by a young Ray Palmer (Jack Fisher) who names it Gumball and has an almost E.T style adventure[...]
The clip below contains major spoilers for the episode, so I won't start talking about it until after the image. Jack Fisher as Young Ray and Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom — Photo: Bettina Strauss/The CW — © 2017 The CW Network, LLC All Rights Reserved. In tonight's episode, 'Phone Home', the team heads back to 1988[...]
Bail now if you don't want to know. The episode takes the team to 1988 when they find out that Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) is going to die because of the team having broken time Young Ray finds an anachronism that he thinks is kind of a cute, E.T.-like creature… hence the episode title 'Phone Home'[...]