February 17, 2015

Updated: Promo Teaser For The Next Flash Episode

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Unfortunately we have to wait until March 17th to watch the whole episode, but here’s the extended promo for the next episode of The Flash. And apparently its title will be “Out Of Time”.

It’s going behind a jump because the still image is a bit spoilery.

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This Week’s Flash: Fallout, False Green Lanterns and the Menace of the Man-Missile

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Tonight’s episode of the Flash features the *ahem* “Fallout” from last week’s “The Nuclear Man.” Watch the preview.

GENERAL EILING TARGETS FIRESTORM — After the nuclear explosion separates Ronnie (guest star Robbie Amell) and Dr. Stein (guest star Victor Garber), Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team believe both men are safe. Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) is thrilled to have her fiancé back and prepares to resume their life together while Dr. Stein returns to his wife. However, when General Eiling (guest star Clancy Brown) targets Firestorm, Ronnie and Dr. Stein must decide if they are safer together or apart. Meanwhile, Mason Bridge (guest star Roger Hayworth) tells Iris (Candice Patton) that there is something secretive going on at S.T.A.R. Labs and Dr. Stein gives Barry some important information about time travel. Steve Surjik directed the episode written by Keto Shimizu & Ben Sokolowski.

New on DC’s digital backlist this Wednesday: Flash #143 and #144 from 1964, featuring “Trail of the False Green Lanterns” (guest-starring Hal Jordan) and “Menace of the Man-Missile.” If I remember correctly, that story features a human nuclear bomb, which makes for an interesting bit of timing. There’s also a Kid Flash solo story, “Lesson for a Star Athlete.” Gardner Fox writes, with art by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella, and covers by Infantino and Murphy Anderson.

Flash #144

(Cover via GCD)

February 15, 2015

New “Fallout” Clip

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The CW has posted a one and a half minute clip from this week’s episode, titled “Fallout”. The clip contains spoilers for the last episode, so keep that in mind before watching this one. And the still image on the video is spoilery too, so the clip is behind a jump.

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February 13, 2015

New Grodd TV Teaser

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Entertainment Weekly has an exclusive Flash teaser video about Gorilla Grodd. Check it out at the link.

Most of the footage we’ve already seen, but some of it is new. And it’s all rather ominous.

Are you excited about Grodd? How would you like to see him used on the show?

February 12, 2015

DC Collectibles Announces A Veritable Slew Of Flash Collectibles!

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DC Collectibles via USAToday announced a number of interesting upcoming Flash products that are guaranteed to knock the socks off of older and newer Flash fans alike.

First up, we have a brand new DC Collectibles 6″ action figure line called DC Icons.  Not only will the series be featuring characters and designs from the New 52 but they will also be mining the classics; In the second wave, due out in Late 2015/Early 2016 we can expect to find Barry Allen circa the Crisis on Infinite Earths and featuring a brand new Cosmic Treadmill!

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Cover & Details for Convergence: The Flash #2 (May)

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Convergence: The Flash #2

The Nerdist has 5 of the Week 3 Convergence solicits, including…

CONVERGENCE: THE FLASH #2

Written by DAN ABNETT / Art by FEDERICO DALLOCCHIO
Cover by JONBOY MEYERS / Variant cover designed by CHIP KIDD
On sale MAY 20 • 40 pg, FC, 2 of 2, $3.99 US • RATED T

STARRING HEROES FROM CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS! Barry Allen lashes out against the heroes of the Tangent Universe as he tries to protect Gotham City from Convergence!

This extra-sized issue includes a sneak peek at what’s coming up in the DC Universe!

Well, that cover confirms that he’s fighting the Tangent Superman.

As mentioned in the Convergence: Speed Force post, the Flash appears to be coming back from the event relatively unchanged — or at the very least, the numbering in June is picking up where it left off in March.