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 is finally back with its midseason premiere, “Potential Energy.” The Flash has been one of those few shows that ramps up each and every episode, and thus far, the season hasn’t disappointed. We’ve been given some insane villain reveals, ridiculous action pieces and some quality relationship building, so
It was only a matter of time before Grodd came back, and we get a very Grodd-centric episode this week in “Gorilla Warfare.” While I don’t really enjoy that huge characters are around for only a couple episodes and then are absent for weeks, they did a tremendous job with
My early feelings this season about The Flash being in a Sophomore slump have quickly vanquished with these past few episodes. This week’s solid episode, “Enter Zoom,” provided a perfect mix of humor, characterization and of course action. We’ll skip right to the main sequence in this week’s episode, and
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
Season 2 of The Flash has been quite different from its freshman year. In Season 1, the main arc was all about Barry finding his mother’s killer and his transition becoming The Flash. They did dabble in various other characters but nothing like in this season thus far. In this
This week, The Flash delivered us an episode about fathers and their children in “Family of Rogues.” It just goes to show that parents, fathers in particular, have a huge impact on how their children grow into adults. It’s always a treat to have the Snart family back, and we