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The Flash 4

Now that the season finale has passed (and what a season finale it was!), you have had some time to digest everything that The Flash presented viewers during that story packed 60 minutes of television.  Well, at least, MOST of it.  One of the best scenes of the episode was the scene in which The Flash is zooming through the Speed Force.  As he heads to his past, Barry, and the audience, is presented with flashes of various points in time.  While some images are almost certainly alternate realities, there may be a preview or two of things to come and the images sped by so quickly that many missed the great things the showrunners threw in for them.  Well, we now have a video that slows things down a bit, so that you can take a look at everything the Speed Force has to offer. (more…)

Season-Two-The-Flash

How about that Flash season finale, huh? Nerd Bastard Rush Urbalejo dropped his thoughts on last night’s adventure a bit earlier today, but fans are already looking forward to season two of the superhero series, and so are the people behind the TV show from both sides of the camera. Granted, production on the second season doesn’t begin for a couple of months yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start teasing fans with the potential implications of last night’s time travel and wormhole-created possibilities. It’s easy to say that The Flash outdid itself in season one, but can it top itself in season two. Not even 24 hours after the show wrapped for the season, all signs point to yes. (more…)

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For the better part of a year, audiences have been planning their Tuesday evenings around one of the best superhero television series’ to ever hit the small screen: CW’s The Flash.  Fans have gotten to know Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen and have grown to love him and the band of friends always at his side.  The series has been a superpowered roller coaster ride that had viewers truly invested in its characters and their lives and last night, the first season came to a close in the most exciting way it possibly could: with death and destruction.  As always, spoilers ahead. (more…)

SANSA

Sunday night HBO aired the Game of Thrones episode titled “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” to a wash of controversy on the continued violence against women in the show. The audience is taken down a dark path as Sansa experiences first hand the disgusting truth about Ramsay and the depravity of House Bolton. With a history of problematic depictions of incest, rape and infanticide (to name a few), has your favorite television program finally gone too far?  Major spoilers, and possible trigger warnings for sexual assault after the jump. Keep it classy internet, these are tough times in Westeros.   (more…)

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The ever-expanding series of TV shows based on DC Comics characters offers more chances than ever for crossovers. Characters from Arrow and The Flash have been making the “cross-country” trip (not really because they both shoot in Vancouver) between Starling City and Central City all year, and last week Arrow star Stephen Amell pledged to Arrow-up Constantine should that series be saved by another network, cable channel, or streaming service. With Gotham and iZombie unlikely crossover partners, that leaves CBS’ Supergirl as a potential team member, but what are the odds that we’ll be seeing either Arrow or Flash on that show? Well, it seems like a Hollywood trade publication is teasing the possibility. (more…)

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The Flash has become one of the more delightful and decidedly awesome superhero shows on TV. Although the recipe of the story is a bit redundant from one episode to another (guy with superpower going nuts and Flash has to stop him over and over) and tends to be tremendously cheesy at times, the series is filled with excitement. It does not only make comic book fans jump off of their chairs in joy, but also introduces non-comic book fans into the DC-universe.

Nobody is as delighted with the series, as its star. Not taking success for granted, Grant Gustin wrote a wonderful letter to the fans of The Flash thanking them for their support and the success of the first season.  (more…)