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“All Doll’d Up” Review of S5E5 of THE FLASH

This week we find a version of Ragdoll that seems pulled straight out of Secret Six, just as creepy as the Gail Simone and Dale Eaglesham creation. We find Nora and Iris still working through their estrangement. And, the hunt continues for Caitlin’s dad, with help from a still-wounded Vibe. Lot’s of parent issues in this episode…and one of the best episodes of the young season.  Want to know more? Follow us after the jump!

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Flash Movie Looks Back to the Future, Season 5 Cast Changes

There’s been a lot of DC and Warner Bros-related news over the last few days: the AT&T/Time Warner merger approved, Diane Nelson departing DCE, Geoff Johns leaving his executive positions to focus on writing and producing, and now a new movie strategy as reported by THR.

John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein (Spider-Man: Homecoming, Game Night) are the latest directors attached to the Flash movie, which is now scheduled to go into production with Ezra Miller in 2019. THR says they are “looking to Back to the Future as a touchstone” as far as tone is concerned — and refers to the movie as The Flash, rather than Flashpoint. Whether that’s simple shorthand or a deliberate title change is unclear, but they seem to be going for something a bit less grim than the original Flashpoint. No word on whether Wonder Woman and Cyborg are still involved.

As for the small screen, we don’t know much about The Flash Season Five, but we do know that after half a season on Legends of Tomorrow, Keiynan Lonsdale’s Wally West is leaving the show. He’s set to be in the Season 5 premiere of The Flash, but won’t be returning as a regular on either series. In a message on Instagram, he explains that it was his decision to move on, but that it’s “not a total goodbye” — “Wally West will still be round when you need him the most!”

Update: Literally 5 minutes after posting this, I saw that Danielle Nicolet (D.A. Cecile Horton) is being promoted to series regular next year.

Update 2: Hartley Sawyer (Ralph Dibny) has also been promoted to regular for season five.

Update 3: Jessica Parker Kennedy, who plays the future Nora West-Allen (Iris & Barry’s daughter), is also going to be a regular.

“Fury Rogue” – Review of S4 Ep19 of THE FLASH

Last week we lost [REDACTED], and not only that we lost [REDACTED] as well.  It was a terrible week for Team Flash, and this week they have to deal with the fallout.  Oh, did I mention “Fallout”? Yes, they have do deal with THAT as well! Add to that a visit from Citizen Cold and you have the makings of Season 4, Episode 19, “Fury Rogue”! Want to know more? Follow us after the jump!

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“Lose Yourself” S4 Ep18 of THE FLASH – Review

NOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! If you’ve seen the episode I think you’ll know exactly what THAT means! This episode has one of the most heart wrenching twists of the season, with a critical loss to Team Flash! Just what happened? Why did I start this article in all caps? Want to know more? Follow us after the jump!

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“True Colors” Review of S4 Ep13 of THE FLASH

When we last left Barry, he was trapped in the metahuman wing of Iron Heights, ready to be sold into superhero slavery by Amunet and a crooked Warden Wolfe. Can Barry avoid that fate? Can he lead a metahuman escape from Iron Heights? And, how does DeVoe’s plans fit in with all of this? There are some pretty significant character developments and plot points in this episode – want to learn more? Follow us after the jump!

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“The Elongated Knight Rises” Review of THE FLASH S4 Ep11

Barry is in jail, having been wrongly convicted of the murder of Clifford DeVoe. He currently inhabits his father’s old cell, and is out of action as the Scarlet Speedster. What happens to Central City in his absence? A lot, apparently…so who comes to the rescue? Well, this episode IS called “The Elongated Knight Rises”…

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