Hey there my fellow geeks, this is just a quick reminder that tonight’s episode of “The Flash” will pit him against Arrow on The CW. It will continue with tomorrow’s episode of “Arrow” so set your DVR’s for both if you are enjoying these shows.
I recently finished the second season of The CW Network’s show “Arrow”, the one based on the DC Comics character “Green Arrow” and during that run we met Barry Allen. Allen was a forensic scientist for the Central City Police Department and at the close of his appearances was the victim of a lab accident that will lead him to becoming The Flash. Comic book fans everywhere know exactly what I am talking about but this “Arrow” cameo was the not so subtle lead into his own series as “The Flash” appears in his own show tonight. Check out the poster below and then we can review the premise and cast.
As its been previously reported, DC Comics’ own “The Flash” who in real life goes by the name Barry Allen is getting his own solo series after being introduced on the action packed CW Network series “Arrow”. The show stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash and I will get more into the cast when the show debuts on its announcement post.
The trailer was released earlier today and it looks pretty good even though they took some obvious liberties with the origin and his overall reason for choosing to become a hero. I am sure that we shall see lots of villains from his famous Rogues Gallery and as any reader of the comic book will attest, The Flash had some really wild adversaries.
What do you think of the clip? Did you like what you saw? Chime in on this post and lets discuss.
Official Show Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flash_%282014_TV_series%29
It thrilled you in comic book form and now the long anticipated animated adaptation of “Flashpoint” is here and entitled “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox”. It’s a straight to video release and you can learn more about it below the graphic.
Brief Premise (as found on Wikipedia): While visiting his mother’s grave, Barry Allen, known as the Flash, is alerted to a break-in by Captain Cold, Captain Boomerang, Heat Wave, Mirror Master, and Top at the Flash Museum. Defeating the rogues, he discovers that they have been hired by his arch-enemy Professor Zoom as part of a plan to destroy Central City. With the help of the Justice League, Barry foils Zoom’s plot, but Zoom’s taunts over the death of his mother still haunt Barry as he departs. The next day, Barry discovers that the world has radically changed: his powers are gone, his mother is alive, his wife Iris is married to someone else, and the Justice League does not exist. Continue reading Out Today: “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” (7/30/2013)→
It’s time for The Flash to take center stage as the new mini-series and multiple title crossover “Flashpoint” begins.
According to its description “The series details an altered DC Universe in which only Barry Allen, Kid Flash and Booster Gold seem to be aware of significant differences between the regular timeline and the altered one, including Cyborg’s place as the world’s quintessential hero, Superman’s detention by the government and a Thomas Wayne version of Batman who spends “his days running Wayne Casinos.”
Not only will we find the aforementioned “Flashpoint” mini-series being published, but there will also be a new grouping of tie-in titles that have been written solely based on the events in this new bizarre DC Universe. The core miniseries is written by Geoff Johns and penciled by Andy Kubert. It will all lead us to the relaunch of the DC Universe in a few months entitled “The New 52”. Will you be checking out this sure to be fast paced run of a story? Sorry I had to be corny for a second. Your thoughts on it are welcome in the comments.
I’ve decided to toss in some Amazon.com code that focus on The Flash for your indulgence, here are links to a number of “The Flash Chronicles” that capture some of his earliest adventures and present them in chronological order.