The previous episode of The Flash provided some heavy story bits that were certain to be played out in “Invincible,”and it provided us a great episode leading into the season finale. As was seen an episode prior, Barry made his way back to Earth-1, but the Speedforce undoubtedly changed him.
The Flash has a knack for being able to give us a much slower, more deliberate episode just as engrossing as one with action throughout. “The Runaway Dinosaur,” was one of the more emotional episodes of the series. It certainly hits you in the gut a few times, but it
It’s hard not to like just about everything about The Flash, and “Rupture” certainly solidifies my stance on that idea. This episode has a perfect blend of action sequences, humor and really everything that has ever drawn me into the show up until this point. I went into this episode
The latest episode of The Flash, “Back To Normal,” deals with one of the things I generally don’t enjoy that every superhero show seems to do. The hero is forced to lose his/her powers and have to live normally. Usually it is done a bit haphazardly, and is a low
The Flash has easily been one of the top superhero shows, but this was certainly a strange episode for the powerhouse we’ve come to know. Everything in this episode should have been bombshell after bombshell, but I feel like we are being teased just a little too much; albeit, there
As if this show couldn’t possibly get any better, we get the latest episode, “Flash Back.” This episode, like no other, was able to balance the ridiculous action pieces with some strong characterization that made us actually care about the emotions swimming to the surface. As the title suggests, this
The latest episode of The Flash, “Trajectory,” treads some well known waters with Barry attempting to get faster to match the speed of Zoom. In typical fashion, Barry is unable to do this, at first anyway. The speed drug, the dreaded V9, rears its ugly head in spectacular fashion in
I’d say that this second season of The Flash is easily standing up to lofty expectations it set in its premiere season. I always begged the question if they would have the ability to cover as much ground so spectacularly as they did previously. The show keeps on laughing at
The Flash continues its torrid pace through the lengthy source material and, as the title states, “Welcome to Earth-2,” we’re delving into Earth-2. There have been plenty of TV shows that have gone to alternative dimensions of sorts, with surprisingly great results. I am happy to say that The Flash
Holy drama Batman! CW shows are notorious for having scenes packed with relationship drama, and nothing changed in “The Reverse-Flash Returns.” However, they completely nailed the direness of this episode straight from the beginning. As Barry is still struggling to get Zoom out of his head, the perfect storm brews.
The Flash just had its best episode of the season with “The Darkness and The Light.” It’s pretty rare that I enjoy a Flash episode that isn’t a special effects tour de force. Surely, there were a decent number of nice special effects throughout, but this episode gave us more
“Flash of Two Worlds” started off exactly where the last episode left. We have Jay Garrick attempting to convince the STAR Labs crew that not only is there another Earth, but that he is The Flash in his world. This episode provides tons of answers that left off with the