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Even though The Flash is a much lighter show than Arrow, things have gotten pretty dark for Central City and its gang of metahuman-stoppers. The CW has the perfect way to counterbalance the grimness, though.
When The Flash slapped audiences with the truth about Zoom, they pulled out all the storyline stops. And, it looks like before Season 2 ends, we’ll mostly have an explanation for why Zoom is on a quest for speed domination.
The wait for the next Flash episode will be worth it, as Hunter Zolomon’s Zoom will be explored a lot more in the coming weeks, and we’ll finally get to learn just what the hell is going on with that other weird mystery.
The DC TV universe has a lot of ways of killing off characters, but it also has a nearly equal number of ways to bring those dead characters back. Over on The Flash, we’ve seen dead characters return via time travel, not to mention met their Earth-2 counterparts, making returns possible.
Even before The Flash’s trip to National City happened, fans were talking about whether or not Supergirl could head to The Flash’s universe in the future. But what about an Earth-1 doppelgänger for Kara Danvers?
If you weren’t already aware, pop culture aficionado Kevin Smith recently directed an episode of The Flash, and his experiences on the set included learning a lot about what is coming to Supergirl's future episodes.
Fans of The Flashwill see Barry facing his greatest challenge yet when he shares the screen with Jason Mewes for the upcoming episode directed by Kevin Smith. Okay, so it won't be his biggest challenge, but here's what we can expect to see.
Before we get any kind of resolution on The Flash involving Barry and Zoom, the superhero drama will use Earth-2 to put forth a fairly complicated crossover that will use one Arrow character in a very interesting way.
The Flash recently mixed it up with comic writer and enthusiast Kevin Smith, who directed an upcoming episode. Smith’s longtime cohort Jay Mewes will be making a cameo in the episode, and the filmmaker shared a first look at Mewes on the set, complete with one of the most heartwarmingly nerdy stories imaginable.
Last night’s episode of The Flash, a.k.a. “Flash Back,” marked the fourth time Barry Allen time traveled in the DC TV universe. This time, however, his messing around with the time stream brought a new problem: Time Wraiths.
Tonight’s “Flash Back” took what could have been another standout time travel episode of The Flash and crapped all over both the narrative-driven drama and the series’ sci-fi foundation by introducing an extremely ill-advised concept that could ruin future time travel episodes.
While Flash and Supergirl joining forces was fun to watch and opens the door for other crossovers between the CBS and CW DC shows in the future, there was one issue that was left unexplained to The Flash fans: how exactly did Barry arrive in Supergirl’s world?
During the episode, a competent Cat Grant was easily able to point out the fact that Barry Allen is actually the Flash, prompting many people to wonder if she has actually been equally as capable at deciphering Kara’s identity.
While the Supergirl crossover with The Flash was heavy on Kara’s story, to be expected, there were still a good assortment of moments that Flash fans who didn’t get to watch the episode (or chose not to) should be aware of. Here's what happened.
The Flash and Supergirl crossover is just around the corner. In fact, we only have a few hours before the two speedsters team up for some exciting action. Here are the problems with it coming together.