As implied by the title of this episode, this one is all about mixed signals, whether literal, or emotional and romantic. As The Flash battles Kilg%re, here a dangerous metahuman who can control technology, Barry struggles to reignite his six-months-gone relationship with Iris, and we see an interesting reversal in Cisco and Gypsy’s relationship as well. Join me after the super-speed techno-organic jump for my thoughts on “Mixed Signals!”
With Savitar free again as of our last episode, the villain trapped Wally in the Speed Force. Can The Flash save Kid Flash from a fate worse than death? Or does the Speed Force require something more sinister from our hero? Meet me after the extra-dimensional jump for my thoughts on “Into the Speed Force.”
The Dominion invasion is over. The heroes have gone home to their home cities and/or home dimensions. The Flash has had a brief intermission from both Savitar and Doctor Alchemy, but that’s about to change with this episode. A visit to Earth-Two to see Jay Garrick is probably the best present I can think of for the holiday break, but there’s more, good and bad on its way. Meet me after the super-speed extra-dimensional jump, for my thoughts on “The Present.”
Flashpoint, though avoided, has still caused much damage to the Flash and his friends. Among those threats are those awoken by Doctor Alchemy to their powered Flashpoint selves. Things get worse when Wally starts to realize he was Kid Flash. Meet me after the super speed jump for my thoughts on “Shade.”
With or without his super speed powers, last episode left Barry and Team Flash – as well as all of Central City, and perhaps the world – in a precarious situation. Zoom has gathered a virtual army of metahumans to conquer Earth-One, who can stop them? Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Invincible,” and maybe we’ll find out.
In the last episode of “The Flash” Barry was blown away in a second particle accelerator explosion leaving only a burnt costume. Now we know he’s not dead, but where is he? What happened to Jesse and Wally? And how will Team Flash survive the return of Girder? Find out in my review of this Kevin Smith-directed episode, “The Runaway Dinosaur,” after the jump…
After a week without speed, Barry is barely the Flash anymore. When Zoom sets his sights on conquering Earth-One, Barry and Team Flash must find a way to get his speed back at any cost. Can Barry survive a second particle accelerator explosion? Find out in my review of “Rupture,” after the jump.
With his super speed stolen by Zoom, Barry Allen is still a hero – but he’s more a police scientist in a red suit than the Flash. Still he’s going to try to stop new villain Griffin Grey, with or without his speed. Does the Flash have what it takes? Find out after the jump, in my review of “Back to Normal.”
Now that everyone is in on the revelation that the man we all thought was Jay Garrick is actually Zoom, the Flash is determined to stop him. Can Barry get back to Earth-Two, or what we think is Earth-Two? Will he be fast enough to stop Zoom? All this plus we learn the dark secret origin of Zoom, get ready for what could be the big Flash fight of the year. Meet me after the super speed jump for my thoughts on “Versus Zoom.”