The moment The Flash first teased that Golden Age speedster Jay Garrick would join Barry Allen for Season 2, we knew the cheeky CW series couldn’t resist recreating some classic comic moments. Now, those photos come to life, as Barry and and a fully-costumed Jay rescue Patty Spivot in first photos from “Flash of Two Worlds.”
Apart from a few peeks at Zoom and Jay Garrick, The Flash has kept most of its major Season 2 spoilers under wraps in advance of next week’s premiere. Now, however, a new look brings with it a major spoiler for Legends of Tomorrow, and could well spell doom for a Flash friend ahead.
The Flash Season 2 never quite wound up a full trailer the way Arrow opted for Season 4, but has still afforded plenty of looks at its new adventures. That said, a new promo offers the most tantalizing tidbit yet, as we finally get a look at “demon speedster” big bad Zoom, as voiced by Tony Todd himself.
Both Arrow and The Flash have kept busy readying for their fourth and second respective seasons, yet a first look of the next crossover may already have emerged. A new photo from Stephen Amell teases a game-changer for Oliver and Barry, and one that could prove deadly … or joyous!
Network TV will get its fall 2015 premiere on all through the week, but poor Barry Allen will wait for October to debut The Flash Season 2. Thankfully, there’s an all-new preview to tide us over, including new looks at fellow speedster Jay Garrick, big bad Zoom, and all manner of new Season 2 footage.
We’ve spoken at length about the curiosity of DC withholding its most recognizable superheros from the TV universes of Arrow and The Flash, while insisting on either medium having their own freedom of continuity. And however much Arrow nods to a Green Lantern we’ll never see, it seems The Flash once had an Aquaman tease much earlier.
We won’t see The Flash Season 2 or Arrow Season 4 until early October, but both Central and Star City have had plenty to highlight of their heroes’ return over the last weeks. Now, both Barry and Oliver have official premiere synopses for “The Man Who Saved Central City” and “Green Arrow,” so what super-drama can we expect this fall?
Fandom among TV superheroes has ups and downs across both Marvel and DC; the former sharing continuity, but never screentime with its cinematic brethren, while DC’s lot keep explicitly separate from the Batman v. Superman world, and its Justice League. Now, DC’s Diane Nelson opens up as to why Arrow or The Flash will never join the Man of Steel, lest they “hinder the ability” of creatives to tell good stories.
Barry Allen looked a little worse for wear in the latest Flash Season 2 poster, and the full premiere gallery of “The Man Who Saved Central City” may offer a sizable clue as to why. Not only do the photos see “Flash Day” interrupted by DC’s Atom-Smasher, but two returning Rogues, and one seriously surprise resurrection.
The Flash hasn’t give us quite so much to chew on in its Season 2 trailers as the fourth run of Arrow, but things don’t seem to be going so well for Barry Allen in his latest poster. The Flash looks defeated in his spiffy new duds, but what could could have the fastest man alive howling in the rain?