Grant Gustin’s Flash beat out Adam West’s Batman in the final round of CSBG’s March Madness poll. Meanwhile, over at TMSTash, The Flash lost to Arrow in their March Madness event. Both tournaments tackled on DC/Marvel TV adaptations this year, with CSBG looking at characters and TMStash looking at shows.
It all comes down to this! Grant Gustin’s Flash has made it to the final round of CSBG’s March Madness fan tournament, up against Adam West’s Batman! Head over to CSBG and vote for your favorite!
Flash (Grant Gustin) has made it to the Final Four in CSBG’s March Madness poll, focusing this year on TV adaptations of DC/Marvel characters. The match-ups are:
- Arrow (Stephen Amell) vs. Batman (Adam West)
- Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) vs Flash (Grant Gustin)
Who will advance to the final round? Head over to CSBG and vote for your favorites!
Here’s the extended trailer for the next episode of The Flash, which unfortunately won’t be airing until April 19th. It’s titled “Versus Zoom”, which gives a pretty good idea of what’s in the episode.
What do you think of Zoom’s identity? Looking forward to the episode? Kind of a bummer about yet another hiatus, though I’m sure the final six episodes will air without a break and be quite a ride.
The current Flash TV show has advanced to round four in both TMStash and CSBG’s March Madness fan polls!
At TMStash, Flash (the series) is up against Arrow in round 4.
Head over to both sites and vote for your favorites!
The March Madness tournaments at TMStash and Comics Should Be Good — both focusing on TV superheroes — have moved on to round three.
At TMStash, the focus is on entire series. The Flash (current series) defeated Wonder Woman (1970s), and goes up against Batman: The Animated Series in round three.
At CSBG, it’s about the character portrayals. John Wesley Shipp’s Flash lost to by John Constantine, but Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen continues into Round 3 (Daily Planet region), up against Clark Kent (Tom Welling).