As Comic Con winds down, we can’t forget our favourite TV superhero universe. We’ve already covered what you can expect from Supergirl season 3, but what about the rest of your Arrow-verse? Well, here’s the scoop on all of them as revealed yesterday at San Diego Comic Con. (more…)
For this week’s episode, and season finale, of The Flash, “Finish Line” is quite the appropriate title. Not only are there so many meanings behind the phrase, but there are questions that it raises for next season and the future of the series. If you were lucky enough to catch it live, then you were a witness to one of the coolest scenes in super hero television in a some time. If you haven’t seen it yet, then you should probably go and do so before finishing this sentence. Warning: There will be a lot of spoilers ahead.
The time has finally come. The moment that fans have been dreading almost all season arrived during this week’s episode of The Flash. Appropriately titled, “Infantino Street,” this episode felt like one of those tests you’ve known about all year, but no matter how much studying you do, you’ll never feel fully prepared for it. With the last 24 hours at hand, the pressure is on. However, all you can do is stare at the clock as it counts down to the last moments of your life. It looks like desperate times call for desperate measures. For this, Flash is going to need the help of an old friends. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
You’ll recall that last month, there was a rumour going around that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment were courting legendary filmmaker Robert Zemeckis to helm their very much troubled movie about The Flash. Those rumours were somewhat quickly (no pun intended) dismissed saying that Zemeckis took *a* meeting with the studio, and there was no kind of courtship going on, but a good idea is a good idea, and sometimes you can’t make a good idea go away so easily. And that’s why there’s renewed hype this morning in an exclusive report that not only is Warners/DC chasing Zemeckis, they actually want him to do it. (more…)
Barry Allen has carried the weight of the world on his shoulders since the first episode. From always carrying the guilt of loved ones dying, keeping his friends alive, to protecting Central City 24/7, Barry has been due for a vacation for quite some time. On this week’s episode of The Flash, titled “Cause And Effect,” fans finally got to see what Barry Allen would’ve looked like had he lived a stress-free life. With the opportunity to rid him of all his problems, would the result still be the Barry Allen you’ve grown to love and admire? Or would he be deprived of what had made him the man that he is today, even if it brought with it the burden of the world on his shoulders? Warning: Spoilers!
If you haven’t seen this week’s episode of The Flash, then you need to stop everything that you’re doing and go watch it. And when you’re done, come back here. Now, for those of you who have seen it, the only way to describe the last few moments is “wow.” Titled, “I Know Who You Are,” the big mystery surrounding the identity of Savitar was finally answered. If you’ve been completely oblivious to everything, then this was probably a big surprise to you. But if you’re like every other obsessed fan out there with access to the internet and various forums, then the reveal may not have been as big of a moment as it should have been. But that shouldn’t matter because people know who Savitar really is. It answers a lot of questions that have been brewing throughout the season, but it also brings up a whole new tier. Warning: There will definitely be spoilers inside.
Hey, remember all those times when Savitar kept saying he was the future Flash? Well, it turns out that he was right. In tonight’s episode of The Flash, Barry finally figured out who’s been piloting that crazy mech suit called Savitar and who Killer Frost saw at the end of last week’s episode. As it turns out, the internet and Savitar were right all along. More after the jump.
Even though there’s already one incarnation of the Flash is still racing around multiple universes on the CW, DC is no stranger to the concept of simultaneous dimensions and, as such, are creating a whole new Flash on the big screen. Ezra Miller‘s portrayal of the scarlet speedster has already made a cameo in Justice League, but his own story has so far proven elusive. At the moment, his solo movie is due for release in 2020, but there is a lot left to do in that time before it’ll be ready to go. (more…)
After several weeks away, The Flash did not waste any time making an impact its first night back. This week’s episode titled, “The Once And Future Flash” and directed by Tom Cavanagh, has Barry playing with time travel once again – something he’s sworn numerous times not to mess with, but desperate times call for desperate measures. If you were faced with the dilemma that Team Flash is currently dealing with, what would you do to make sure the ones you loved didn’t get hurt? Rather, what wouldn’t you do to prevent the one you love from dying? In this episode, we watch as Barry reaches out for help from an unlikely place – the future. Warning: There are spoilers inside. If you haven’t seen this week’s episode yet, you should take the time to do so now and then come back when you’re finished.
Hocus pocus, alakazam! This week’s episode of The Flash features a villain all the way from the 64th century. Titled “Abra Kadabra“, he poses one of the greatest threat to the team – each other. Somehow, he’s managed to put Team Flash at odds with their pal, Gypsy. She’s back again to capture him for crimes committed on her Earth. But when the team discovers that he could have vital information that could save Iris’ life, things become a little tense when some of them become reluctant in handing him over. Now they have to find some kind of resolution before Abra Kadabra is able to return to his own time. (more…)