Over at TMStash.com, it was a good round for Flash fans as Grodd, Zoom, and Vandal Savage all advanced in SUPER VILLAIN MARCH MADNESS. Now, it’s Captain Cold’s turn as he faces Metallo! YOUR votes can make all the difference, so be sure to visit at THIS LINK to vote – and while you’re there be sure to vote in our other matches of the day!
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!
This episode gives us the return of Captain Cold and the first Rogues mini-team-up of the series, as Heat Wave joins Len (in an interesting twist, these two are played by the same actors who played the brothers in “Prison Break”). Captain Cold wants to draw out and eliminate the Flash, knowing that Flash remains the one force who can stop his criminal plans. Meanwhile, Barry continues his training in an effort to get “up to speed” to challenge the Reverse Flash, and Iris prepares to move in with Eddie. All this, and more, in Episode 110 of THE FLASH!
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The Flash TV show returns tonight, and it’s double trouble for the Flash with Captain Cold and Heat Wave!
DC adds three more Silver Age issues from 1962 to their digital backlist (ComiXology and other platforms) on Wednesday: The Flash #131, 132 and #133. Stories include a team-up with Green Lantern and the infamous Abra Kadabra story, “Plight of the Puppet-Flash”
CW has released a new promo for next week’s new Flash TV episode featuring Heat Wave and Captain Cold.
Additionally, we now know who will play Axel Walker, the younger Trickster. Dexter’s Devon Graye will play Axel. Last month, CW announced that veteran Flash actor Mark Hamill plays the older James Jesse, with Allen and Det. West seeking him out him in prison to learn how to stop the copycat villain. (via FlashTVNews)
Finally, here’s a look at Firestorm’s costume, or more likely part of it, at Firestorm Fan.
“Cold” is a running theme throughout this show, for reasons that go beyond the appearance of Leonard Snart. More than one relationship needs a serious thaw as The Flash gets ready to fight his first non-meta supervillain (and, in this spirit of full disclosure, my favorite Rogue), Captain Cold!
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