Flash TV Tidbits

Entertainment Weekly has some new snippets of information about upcoming episodes of The Flash series. Spoilers behind the jump!

First, some photos of Earth-2’s Killer Frost and Deathstorm, showing us what their costumes and general appearance will be like. The episode they appear in will be titled “Welcome To Earth-2”.

Next, some details about the Reverse Flash’s return in the second episode of 2016.

Do you know who this Reverse-Flash is that’s popping up on The Flash this season? — Claire

Despite theories that he hails from Earth-Two, this actually is the Reverse-Flash we’ve come to know and hate — but with a twist. “Time on our show does not unfold linearly,” EP Andrew Kreisberg says. “Sometimes you’ve seen events from one direction and then you start to see them from the other. This Reverse-Flash is not exactly the Reverse-Flash that we saw disintegrate at the end of the year. It’s a Reverse-Flash from an earlier timeline. It’s not the Earth-Two Reverse-Flash, it’s the Reverse-Flash. That is, hands down, one of our best episodes.”

So it’s seemingly our Eobard from a moment before we ever knew him. How long before? What will he know about Barry and Team Flash? I guess we’ll find out.

And finally, here’s the official one-page comic promo for next week’s episode, “Potential Energy”. We’ll finally meet the Turtle!

Looking forward to the return of Earth-1’s Eobard? What do you think of Killer Frost’s and Deathstorm’s look? Let us know in the comments!

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About Lia

Lia is a Canadian fan of the Flashes and the Rogues. She's particularly interested in memorabilia of the Rogues and Reverse Flashes, collecting art, and memorizing a whole lot of pointless trivia. She may be the world's only diehard fan of the Top due to a love of hopeless causes, and she runs a fan blog on Tumblr, known as gorogues or The Rogues Kick Ass.

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