Captain Cold and Heat Wave head into town. Who ya gonna call?
In the first of a two-part crossover, the Arrow comes to Central City.
Time turns against the Wests when Barry loses his power—and the Clock King rolls into town.
Another lesser-known DC metahuman explodes onto the Central City Scene, while the Flash worries that Iris’s successful blogging streak will put her in harm’s way.
A dangerous career criminal ups his game when he realizes he’s up against a superhero—and he receives assistance from an unlikely and unwilling ally.
While the Flash takes on a metahuman who can become toxic fog, we witness the firestorm of activity experienced by the supporting characters on the night Barry and his adversary were transformed.
In his second adventure, the Flash faces multiple enemies– from within and without.
I like that it focuses on the central character, and the actor’s good. The soap opera elements in Arrow get annoying. These are shows about demigods. Give us demigods.
–my wife, watching The Flash.
Barry Allen awakes from his coma and hits the ground running.