Supernatural is getting a bit slow in its old age. It might have taken seven episodes, but we finally got the setup for Season 10 that usually happens in the first couple episodes of a new season. Introduce yourself to this season's big bad.
In two weeks, Barry Allen will finally come face-to-face with the man that murdered his mother when he was a boy: the Reverse-Flash, one of Flash’s most notorious enemies from the comics. The Flash has been teasing the man in the lightning since the pilot, so when will we find out who he really is?
There are only a few episodes left until The Flash head into midseason hiatus. Fortunately, there are plenty of Flash stories that are great for hardcore comic book fans, as well as newcomers to the world of DC. Here are the ones you should read.
In DC Comics, The Flash’s powers can be surmised simply as “super speed,” but the reality is that the Scarlett Speedster’s abilities go far beyond that description. More than just being able to run really, really fast, there are many applications of this power set, and while we’ve already seen a few of them on display in the brand new CW series that has been airing this fall, the truth is that they are right now only scratching the surface.
Guggenheim says that the crossover has had an effect on the whole Arrow creative team, and that he officially takes back the comments he made about his show at the beginning of the fall. Here's how Arrow will change in a key way.
Barry’s dealt with many difficulties on The Flash, but tonight’s episode will feature his toughrest yet: losing his powers. While Team Flash races to reverse the effects, Iris and Joe will face down a dangerous Arrow enemy. Check out the electric preview!
Next week’s crossover between Arrow and The Flash will mix the casts of both shows over two night, but one character who will mostly be absent from the excitement is Laurel Lance. Don’t worry, there’s a good reason for leaving her out: character development.
Despite DC’s intentions to go the un-Marvel route of keeping their universes separate across film and TV, The CW is the one place to find major costumed crossover action. But there are still things that both series are unable to do at this point in their run.
The CW has released a batch of images from the second half of the crossover between Arrow and The Flash, titled “The Brave and the Bold,” featuring the mysterious boomerang killer and another reunion between Teams Arrow and Flash
Arrow is taking next week off, but they didn’t leave their fans empty-handed for Thanksgiving. During last night’s episode, the CW aired a promo for the first half of the highly anticipated crossover between Arrow and The Flash, and it is brutal!
When it comes to easter eggs, Arrow may never be able to top last week's use of the boxing glove. The episode as a whole could have been better but the reference to the DC superhero's most famous trick arrow was perfectly executed. This week didn't seem to stand a chance. No nod(s) to the DCU in “Draw Back Your Bow” could possibly compare, right? Well, not exactly.
Barry Allen and Oliver Queen have already hung out a few times, but two weeks from now, the two of them will have their first epic team-up. And if these new images the CW has released from the first episode “Flash vs. Arrow” are any indication, it’s sure to be full of fun and unusual weaponry.
So far Barry Allen has proven on The Flash that he’s capable at running at tremendous speeds, but in future episodes, viewers will see him use his super speed for other applications. If you thought running on water was cool, just wait until you hear about these!
Each week, viewers watch Barry Allen don his red costume and speed through Central City as the Flash. If you’ve been wondering how the series makes it look like Grant Gustin is running at such a rapid pace, you've come to the right place.
Arrow star Stephen Amell has an issue with the way DC Comics has been handling one of its big media endeavors and how it affects the DC TV universe. Find out what he had to say.