'Legends Of Tomorrow' Seasoon 2: Legends To Fight Their Evil Versions In Episode 13; Season Finale Features WW1?

The new episode of "Legends of Tomorrow" will delve into the Rip Hunter twist. The Legends will be taken back to a time 70 million years from the present. From there, the heroes will be facing the evil versions of themselves in order for them to revive Rip. Meanwhile, teasers for the season finale see the Legends fighting in WW1.

Rip got himself a villainous counterpart, and the Legends will have to revive his old self by going into his mind. However, the promo of "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2, episode 13 proves that the task will not be simple at all. The Legends will also be thrown away in ancient times, which adds up to the challenges that the heroes will need to resolve.

The evil Rip will be seen taking control of the WaveRider that makes the Legends travel back in time. Spoilers have it though that the team will be able to find a way back to the present and hack Rip's subconscious. The heroes are bound to meet their dark counterparts which fans are already thrilled to see. A more exciting scene to expect is the part where the heroes struggle to fight their own powers, but will they be able to find their own weaknesses that will make them defeat their new enemies?

Meanwhile, the "Legend of Tomorrow" season 2 finale has also already gotten its spoilers. Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim has confirmed in a tweet the return of Katie Cassidy's Laurel Lance which was previously killed off.

On the other hand, actress Maisie Richardson-Sellers (Amaya) posted a photo on Instagram teasing the finale as she captioned "WW1." The characters Amaya, Sara (Caity Lotz), Mick (Dominic Purcell) and Nate (Nick Zano) were in nurse and soldier uniforms, respectively. Actor Zano has also revealed that the "Legends of Tomorrow's" season 2 finale is already being filmed.

The "Legends of Tomorrow" season 2, episode 13 will air on March 7 on CW.

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