This week’s episode of The Flash, “Marathon,” did something daring in focusing more on the importance of the characters’ humanity over their heroism. One wouldn’t think this would require much bravery, but anyone who’s been around fandom of a superhero property for any length of time at all would probably acknowledge
It’s hard to write about this week’s episode of The Flash without talking about the two episodes of Crisis on Infinite Earths that preceded it. But rather than break down the events of each episode, it is important to consider the characters that didn’t disappear in the cliffhanger. The Paragons.
Things are really ramping up in these last two episodes before the crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths. After several episodes spent preparing the team for what is to come, the show’s focus is once again on its hero. “The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 1” explores Barry’s grief
Show runner Eric Wallace indicated in a recent interview that this week’s episode of The Flash, “License to Elongate” would provide some lighthearted moments prior to launching into the drama of Crisis on Infinite Earths. While I understand the reasoning, the tonal shift – and focus on Ralph Dibny’s search
“Wheel of morality, turn, turn, turn. Tell us the lesson that we must learn.” This week’s episode of The Flash let Cisco take center stage as he investigated the murder of his ex-girlfriend. Some shows use a theme as a subtle underpinning to the plot, expertly woven between storylines. Other