Flash faces Everyman, Ramon and West dig Starling City, and Team Flash foresees a Crisis.
April 15, 2015
The Flash continues on a pretty good streak, provided you can accept we’re on Silver Age track, veering a little close to Batman 1966.
April 1, 2015
The Flash rebounds this week, thanks to a remarkable (and intertextually insane) performance by Mark Hamill and a developed backstory for Harrison Wells.
March 25, 2015
Above: Some of The Flash‘s cast sing the theme from Firefly.
The Flash has managed a fine balancing act between Silver Age Superhero Comic and twenty-first century television. This week it stumbles.
March 18, 2015
CISCO: What’s going on? What do you see?
FLASH: A dead body.
CISCO: Barry, you’re in a morgue. You’re going to have to be a little more specific than that.
The Flash returns with a two-part episode that may redefine the show.
Or it might not….
February 18, 2015
The Firestorm saga continues, Barry learns that his adult self tried to prevent his mother’s murder and failed, Wells reveals his yellow streak, and General Eiling has a hairy encounter.
February 11, 2015
The past appearances of Firestorm deliver, as the Flash confronts a future hero, and both wrestle with the challenges of multiple identities.
February 4, 2015
This week, we get a Peek-a-boo at a new rogue, a glimpse into Barry and Caitlin’s personal lives, a role for Barry’s father, a set-up for Firestorm’s reappearance, and a teaser for the most-anticipated Flash villain’s debut.
If that big hairy deal at the conclusion may be the High Point (though it was a decent episode overall), the Low Point continues to be the constant reminders that S.T.A.R.’s prison (apart from being illegal) is practically unworkable.
January 28, 2015
A new villain has a vendetta against Harrison Wells, and he reveals one of his secrets. Meanwhile, Iris gets a job at a newspaper because of her Flash connection (and she briefly mistakes her editor for another DC character).
We also get Flash-backs, Arrow-like, to Cisco’s first day and the Pied Piper’s origins.
So there’s a lot to “The Sound and the Fury.” What does any of it signify?