After months of scheming and parent killing we’re finally going to find out what that pesky Zoom is up to. Was he opening portals to Earth-2 to see which pizza place was the best? Probably not, that sounds crazy. So far Flash has been pretty hot and cold this season, but as long as we find out who that damn man in the iron mask is, I’ll be happy.
Central City is on fire. Literally. Zoom wasted zero time letting his Earth-2 meta-humans take over the city and the police really aren’t prepared. It’s almost as if they’ve been taking it for granted that some guy in red tights has been around for two years to clean up their messes. Joe and a cop are trapped in a car when suddenly all the bad guys disappear.
How will the STAR Labs Scooby gang go on now that they’ve killed Barry? Well, if you saw the trailer for this week’s episode then you know that everything’s fine — except Barry’s in a different dimension or something and there’s a metallic zombie on the loose. But will the biggest threat to Central City be from the walking dead, or from Kevin Smith’s directing? Roll a fat chronic blunt and get ready to find out, it’s time for The Flash.
After a season’s worth of time spent chasing Zoom, it’s finally time for Barry to take down the spooky speedster in black and cement his place as the fastest man on two earths. Or at least start the process, we’ve still got something like five episodes left this season and I don’t see The Flash pulling a Gotham (it ain’t no one-minute … show?).
If you’re coming over from what I can only presume was the hit Supergirl crossover, welcome! And get ready to be thrown in the deep end because things are getting hot in the world of The Flash. His new mentor is actually his greatest villain and now he’s trying to figure out how to be the true fastest man alive. Which actually kind of makes the quote on his business card a filthy lie. Oh well, who among us hasn’t continued to hand out embossed business cards with a misprint because they simply look ~so cool~?
This week on a very special episode of The Flash, we learn that sometimes it can be good to slow down, and we finally get a sense of how white and out of touch the writers really are. Flash and chill anyone?
This week’s episode of The Flash gives the whole Earth-2 storyline the wrap-it-up light, forcing Barry and the gang to make some questionable decisions. But what would a Tuesday night on The CW be without at least a couple of bad ideas? Let’s see if everyone can make it back from Earth-2 in one piece.
On this week’s episode of The Flash, Barry Allen travels through the final breach and gets to see what all of his friends would look like if they dressed up for Halloween. Unfortunately, we don’t get to see what Supergirl of Earth-2 would look like, but we do get a hint about how the two shows will eventually cross over, and I guess it’s going to be through a Bill & Ted-esque trip through a time tunnel. Far out.
This week on The Flash, Barry and Wells 2 work together to close their breaches (not like that, you animals), and a creep named Tar Pit is running around Central City causing havoc. Also, Iris investigates the street racing underworld and guess what, at least two of those cross over.
Oh no, you guys, the Reverse Flash is back and that’s … probably bad? Unless it’s not, and in that case it’s good. Sorry for the simplistic introduction, I just read Trump’s press release about the GOP debate and now I think my brain is broken. Which means this is the perfect time to tell you what happened on The Flash.
It’s Christmas in Central City and you know what that means – WEATHER-BASED VILLAINS BE POPPIN’ OFF, YA’LL! Well, two weather-based villains and The Trickster, who can adapt to any situation. Also that delicious Flash latte gets a pump of gingerbread syrup to make it a Christmas Flash. Try it the next time you’re at Jitters. But don’t wait too long, or there might not be a Flash to drink … or save the city.
Hey guys, it’s my favorite time of the year! The Flarrow crossover is in the house! Not only do I get to experience the witty banter between Barry, Oliver, and the whole gang (whoever that gang might be), but also Felicity shows up and she’s very pretty!
Here is why I love The Flash. The other comic book show I write recaps about, Gotham, had an episode this week where the main character’s greatest enemy was himself – it’s like the DC television world is working from a rulebook that only becomes noticeable if you watch these shows back to back.
Wow! So what started as a really goofy Flash episode that rode the line between charming and boring got really dark, really fast when we finally got to see what Zoom could do. And if you were wondering, can Zoom bum everyone out? Yes! Yes he can!
The latest episode of The Flash starts to do some heavy lifting for the CW’s extended DC universe. Just about everyone and their mom shows up to remind the viewers that Legends of Tomorrow is going to have a big-ass meta-human cast. Also, this episode introduces up to the concept of doppelgangercide. Doppelcide? Gangercide? Whatever.
This week’s episode of The Flash is all about family. The families we make for ourselves, and the families that plant bombs in our siblings’ heads to make us help rob an office building that’s full of diamonds for some inexplicable reason.
As The Flash is wont to do, “Flash of Two Worlds” picks up right where the season opener left off. Jay Garrick is introducing himself in maybe the worst way possible, and the Scooby Gang is lamenting their lack of deadbolts on the STAR Labs front door. For some reason he doesn’t just say, “Hey, so this weird, but I’m also The Flash from another dimension” right up top. That would have been my go-to opening.
“The Man Who Saved Central City” has a lot of cleanup to do in the wake of the stellar Season 1 finale. I don’t think anyone expected the show to pick up with its Golden Age super fun let’s go get ’em aesthetic immediately, but they probably also weren’t expecting an hour of exposition with a little schmaltz added to thin out the story.