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As The Flash Season 2 races towards our televisions, the show hadn’t really given viewers a very good idea of what to expect from this season’s big bad Zoom. But now we know what he'll be like, as well as the horror icon that will be playing him.
Most viewers will agree that The Flash hit the ground running in its first season – pun absolutely intended. The show found its footing early, but one area that continually lagged came in the form of characterization for Iris West.
Fans of The Flash know that basically everything is changing up for Season 2, with the introduction of alternate timelines and multiple Earths and an abundance of new characters. And this new promo really “blue” us away, making us wonder what else is changing.
In the wake of that crazy Season 1 finale, The CW hit The Flash is adding a ton of new faces, including newcomer Violett Beane, who joins the party as yet another speedster to give Barry Allen a run for his money.
It’s already been announced that Barry Allen’s new love interest in The Flash Season 2 will be Joe West’s new partner Patty Spivot, and now we’ve learned that another important character from Barry’s love life will resurface. And it doesn't sound like things will go all that well.
Although the S.T.A.R. Labs particle acclerator accident is responsible for the creation of nearly every metahuman seen on The Flash, the facility itself is lacking in superpowered allies. When Season 2 kicks off, Barry and the gang will have found one, but his comic book origins say it may not last very long.
When Barry Allen ran into the temporal singularity in The Flash Season 1 finale, many of us likely assumed that Season 2 would immediately follow up on the aftermath of this storm threatening to destroy Central City. But that won't be the case at all.
It’s obvious a lot of time and care went into designing Ray Palmer’s A.T.O.M. uniform for Arrow and soon to be Legends of Tomorrow, but it turns out that suit is more expensive than most of us would have guessed.
When The Flash Season 2 rolls around later this fall, Barry Allen will have more benevolent speedsters on his side, but not to worry, they won’t be taking all the attention away from our lead hero.
The fall TV season is very nearly upon us, which means that sooner rather than later TV subscribers will have a ton of new and returning programs to add to their TV-viewing calendars. There’s surely something out there for everyone, and we’ll keep our fingers crossed that your favorites avoid the cancellation axe.
In Season 1, The Flash put its characters through a lot of wild and crazy things, but one person who was sorely lacking in the plot department was Candice Patton’s Iris. Fortunately, she'll be a lot more interesting in Season 2.
When Barry Allen escapes the temporal singularity he jumped into in The Flash Season 1 finale, he won’t get to rest for long. Atom Smasher will be the first foe Barry Allen when The Flash Season 2 kicks off, and now we have our first look at the new adversary in the first promo for the sophomore season.
Crossovers allow fan favorites on both shows to interact with one another and more. While most people are down with The Flash and Arrow crossing over, there’s one group that decidedly doesn’t enjoy it when the two shows share characters or plots.
They can be constricting, smelly and in some cases, skimpy. Despite all of the problems those playing superheroes and heroines may encounter, what Grant Gustin had to do while filming the first nine episodes of The Flash must be among the most uncomfortable we’ve ever heard of.
With Arrow, The Flash and the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow currently on The CW’s programming slate, it’s a perfectly acceptable assumption that the network would want to build its DC comics library up in the future.