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The Geomancer Shakes Things Up At ‘The Flash’

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Now that the first half of The Flash is over and done with, it’s time to move on to the second half. As of right now, the big news is that Adam Stafford (Peter Pan, Neighbours) has been cast to play Geomancer. This is a meta-human with the ability to create earthquakes. And if reports are correct, audiences and fans are in for the ride of their time.

Much of the first half of The Flash not only introduced new meta-humans, Zoom, and characters who may or may not have powers, it also was  major player in the setup for Legends of Tomorrow. That show will premiere in January. With that distraction out of the way, the show can get back to what it does best and concentrate the story telling on it’s main character and his cast of supporting actors.

Now the question is what brings the Geomancer to Central City. Specifically, he’s there to pick a fight with the Scarlet Speedster to see who is the strongest meta-human. The best part is that the Geomancer will not be a one-and-done villain. He’ll be sticking around for a bit. Well, at least for two episodes.

In a recent interview, Greg Berlanti (producer) described the two episode arc as “the two craziest episodes that we’ve ever done — and probably two of my favorite episodes ever.” That’s really vague, but check out some of these images that a quick google search turned up.

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In some way or another, it looks like Geomancer and Jay Garrick will go at it. Or maybe they’ll just talk things over a cup of coffee. Whatever happens, it looks like things are looking up for the show.

The Flash returns on January 19, 2016.

Source: Screenrant

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