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Barry Allen’s working on a new ability, and at the press roundtables at Comic-Con in San Diego, The Flash star Grant Gustin offered up some details about when we’ll get to see it, as well as a clue about what this new ability involves.
In its first season, The Flash introduced its audience to a variety of heroes, villains and supporting characters. Following in Arrow’s footsteps, The Flash is adding a variety of new players for its sophomore season, all of whom will be crucial to the story.
You may have noticed, we really like Season 1 of The Flash and its cliffhanger “where the hell is this show headed?” season finale. We’re still on the look out for anything that will give us a hint about what’s going to be going on in Season 2.
Barry Allen worked with several superpowered allies during The Flash Season 1, and now new videos have surfaced with hints on who The Flash’s mysterious new hero might be in Season 2. Here are the folks we think could fill the role going off this new information.
While losing someone close to you is tough, life moves on, and when The Flash Season 2 begins this fall, Joe will find himself with a new partner, and it sounds like it will be someone who’s is a key player in the Flash mythos.
In its inaugural season, The Flash more than delivered in terms spectacle. In fact, some of the more wow-inspiring moments saw the gigantic, telepathy-wielding primate, Grodd come to life. Now, someone behind this amazing effects achievement dishes on why Grodd was just so good.
To say that the Season 1 finale of The Flash left us wondering what would happen next would be the understatement of the season. With time travel and alternate timelines now firmly established as parts of this world, the show could literally go anywhere.
A new report says that Barry Allen will be joined by another hero when The Flash returns in the fall, and is expected to stay around for during the entirety of the sophomore season.
Over at the CW, The Flash’s Barry Allen has pined over Iris and flirted with Arrow’s Felicity, but we haven’t yet seen him engage in a real relationship with anyone on the show. However, all that seems to be changing during Season 2 of The Flash.
The Flash has been teasing Caitlin Snow’s eventual transformation into Killer Frost. Previously, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg stated that he and the other writers weren’t sure when Caitlin’s transition to the dark side would occur, but now it looks as if it will be happening soon.
Although Jake Simmons, a.k.a. Deathbolt, was seemingly killed in The Flash episode “Rogue Air,” his actor Doug Jones believes that it’s possible that audiences could see the energy-charged villain return at some point.
It’s almost unfair how many months are left until Season 2 of The Flash, and we’ve got so many questions after that spectacular season finale. One of those questions involves the future of the hot-headed hero Firestorm, and we might get an answer soon.
While we know a lot about where the Flash and Arrow spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will be taking its characters, there’s one in particular that we're wondering about more than anyone else: Firestorm.
There’s no question that the 2014/15 TV season was the year of the superhero. Recognizing the genre’s insane success at the box-office, television networks decided to heavily invest in comic-book adaptations. Not all of them were met with critical acclaim, or even decent ratings, but together they delivered a ton of opportunities for nerds like us to geek out.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend to understand everything there is to know about time travel, even when it comes to a fictional property like The Flash. I can only use my limited intellect and the clues and rules that the show has laid out, which I try to do here. Season 1 spoilers abound.