Barry Allen and crew are still dealing with the remnants of Flashpoint in”Borrowing Problems from the Future,” but it appears that they will trek down similar paths as they had in the past. Flashpoint has always been a bit of a strange event, especially since it has been pretty inconsistent
The mid-season finale of The Flash did its due-diligence in tying up some loose ends as we lead into the winter break. From Cisco dealing with the loss of Dante, Caitlin coming to terms with her slow transition, Barry creating Flashpoint and so on, there were plenty of storylines that
“Invasion” marked the actual start of the DC CW crossover, since it is pretty hard to count Supergirl’s 45-second segment that was even played out in this episode. “Invasion” is based off of the graphic novel storyline of the same name. As can be surmised from the title, the DC
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.