Posts Tagged ‘Reverse-Flash’
Legends Of Tomorrow: Captain Cold’s Comeback
How will Captain Cold return? You know, I’m not really sure, or have any strong theories I firmly believe in, BUT… I wanted to run a few by you. Focuses on time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter, who has to recruit a rag-tag team of heroes and villains to help prevent an apocalypse that could impact not more »Read More
Where is Barry Allen’s Ring? On DC TV U on theStream.tv
When will we see the Flash’s costume ring onscreen? Reverse already has one! Join the Flash Facts facebook group to continue the discussion. The Flash is an American television series airing on The CW. It is based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen/Flash, a costumed superhero crime-fighter with the power to move at superhuman more »Read More
Did The Flash Just Go Full Flashpoint?
When any form of pop culture starts messing with time travel, it’s always a slippery slope. Unless the rules of time travel in your TV show, book or movie establish right away that messing with the past has no appreciable effect on the future — which is a rare approach — tinkering with events that more »Read More
Finding the Formula on The Flash
If there’s been a constant theme for the season and two-thirds that we’ve seen of The Flash thus far, it’s that Barry Allen knows he has to get faster. Despite being able to run at sufficient speed to break the sound barrier and travel through time, he’s still found himself overmatched when it comes to more »Read More
Is The Flash Really the Fastest Man Alive?
Every episode of The Flash begins with a voice-over from star Grant Gustin that informs viewers that he is Barry Allen and boldly states, “And I am the fastest man alive.” One problem: Now more than ever, that’s proven to not be the case. After this week’s new episode of The Flash, it’s not even more »Read More
The Flash Is Bigger When It’s Smaller
Huh? What the hell are you talking about, Steve? I’m talking about the fact that The Flash really shines when the episodes are more personal and on a smaller scale. The Flash‘s drama and characters become bigger than life when they’re not dealing with save-the-world situations, or even save-the-city for that matter. Tonight’s episode, “The more »Read More