The main villain of legends of tomorrow, season 3. Tracy Ifeachor’s Kuasa has made her debut on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and she made a big impression.
Tracy Ifeachor’s Kuasa has made her debut on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and she made a big impression. The Vixen villain looked to be resurrected at the end of the last episode, “Freakshow,” just in time to cause some mayhem for the Legends.
The episode ended with a veiled man wandering slowly through a forest just before the credits played. The figure halted at the edge of a lake and knelt in front of it, chanting words in another tongue. The water seemed to rise on its own and take the shape of a human figure as the woman shouted. This liquid form quickly hardened as Kuasa, the wicked sister of Mari McCabe’s Vixen.
“Welcome back, Kuasa,” remarked the shrouded figure, prompting Kuasa to ask, “Who are you?” The figure said, “I am a Mallus follower, and we have a job to accomplish.”
Mallus is, of course, the season’s main antagonist. In episode 10, the show will build up to “a showdown with this season’s Big Bad on Legends – the name we’ve only heard whispered till now, Mallus,” according to executive producer Phil Klemmer, which will include the arrival of Matt Ryan’s Constantine.
Because Kuasa is Mari’s sister, she is also the grandchild of Amaya, who is still a significant character in Legends Season 3. “We’re looking forward to the inevitable conflict between Maisie [Richardson-Sellers’] character and her granddaughter,” executive producer Marc Guggenheim said at Comic-Con International.
This is not Kuasa’s first appearance in the Arrowverse, but it is the first time Ifeachor will play her. Anika Noni Rose voiced Mari’s nemesis in The CW Seed animated series Vixen. Kuasa attempted to reclaim the totem from Mari in the animated series. When the going got tough, she sided with Mari and died fighting beside her. Because Legends deals with time travel, she was most likely pulled from some period before her death, but this is unclear now.
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST/PT on The CW and stars Victor Garber as Martin Stein, Arthur Darvill as Rip Hunter, Dominic Purcell as Mick Rory/Heat Wave, Caity Lotz as Sara Lance/White Canary, Franz Drameh as Jefferson “Jax” Jackson/Firestorm, Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer/Atom, Maisie Richardson-Sellers as Amaya Jiwe/V.
In the Season 3 finale of “Legends of Tomorrow,” SPOILER DIES
There will be spoilers for tonight’s “The Good, The Bad, and the Cuddly” episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
In tonight’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow, one of the season’s villains also passed away at the same time as a Legend.
The antagonist on Legends for the past two years has been Damien Darhk, who was first introduced on Arrow. Tonight, the Legends finally succeeded in killing him, and they did so in the most bizarre manner imaginable.
The demon that the team has been combating this season, Mallus, was possessed of Damien’s daughter at the beginning of the episode. To free Mallus from Nora Darhk, he and Ray Palmer traveled back in time. However, instead of killing the demon (something he knew they could not do), Damien voluntarily agreed to serve as Mallus’s vessel.
Thus, Darhk’s body was destroyed when the group finally defeated Mallus, which they did thanks to a fight with a vast, totem-powered Beebo doll because of Legends.
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In a strange, indirect way, this carried out a pact Darhk had made with Sara Lance last week, according to which Damien would allow Sara to kill Darhk after everything was finished if they assisted him in saving Nora.
Naturally, Darhk had killed Sara’s sister Laurel in an episode of Arrow’s fourth season, and murdering him last year was a major driving force for her. She made a significant character development when she put the good of the world ahead of her self-interest after realizing that doing so would disrupt the timestream. This season, she genuinely experienced character development, which frequently caused her to clash with Nate and Amaya.
Rip Hunter gave his life earlier tonight to buy the Legends some time in their conflict with Mallus. Hunter put together the first season’s Legends, the last living Time Master, and one of the Time Bureau’s founders. Still, Hunter’s influence became much less prominent when the team beat Vandal Savage and began taking on cases unrelated to Rip’s family.
When it was first announced for the CW, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow was a very risky show. It could have failed to bring together a skilled group of misfits from different Arrowverse shows. Instead, it has turned into a hilarious and weird show that does a great job of staying true to the book.
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