The battle with Paradox has just begun. Godspeed is helping this new big bad, and things are looking tough for Barry. But, if you think things are bad for him now, just wait till you read THE FLASH #751. The ending left this reviewer saying, “well, I didn’t expect that“. There are some serious things going down in a story for the ages…or at least, “The Flash Age”. Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!
Wally is back! That’s the good news. The bad news? The Speed Force is dying! Yes, that mysterious force that powers all the good speedsters in the multiverse is fading fast. Just why that is…and what the implications may be…are a BIG part of this episode of THE FLASH. That’s not all, though. There are major plot points in “Death of the Speed Force” for Nash Wells and for Iris’ mirror world doppelganger. Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!
Now that the CRISIS is over, we rejoin Team Flash as they hit their mid-season debut. What has changed on Earth-Prime? Plenty, if you saw the end of COIE. But, there are more surprises to be found as we see how things are going now for our favorite heroes. You will see Iris West-Allen in a whole new light (no pun intended) by the end of this episode. In fact, this may be the character’s best episode in the entire series to date. We’ll see plenty of action and danger, and at least one exit…wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!
The showrunners of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS have gone all in with every episode so far. Even so, Part Three raised the stakes even more. Worlds are dying, heroes are sacrificing themselves, and the Arrowverse has been changed forever! And no, I’m not overhyping this. CRISIS is delivering on every promise and more. Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!
Team Flash now knows what the Crisis on Infinite Earths holds for Barry Allen. They have seen Bloodwork (aka Dr. Ramsey Rosso) in action. They have even met Harrison Nash Wells…but they don’t know what he is really up to, not yet. What we do know is that this episode is all about faith and trust. Is it well founded, or misplaced…or both? Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!