Words cannot describe how great it feels to watch The Flash this season and feel satisfied. Not just that, but to have fun watching it again. It’s something that started waning late in Season 2 and throughout Season 3. But with last week’s premiere — and The Flash’s latest hour,
Since its first season, The Flash has thrived on its lighthearted tone where family is the focus. Barry Allen has always been the lighthearted hero of the DCTV universe, along with Supergirl, and that was something that we were severely lacking last season as things got a little too dark.
Well, I guess it’s safe to assume this latest Flash spoiler means that Barry Allen will be returning to the present in a timely fashion? So that’s good (and not-at-all-shocking) news. But Barry’s return to Central City won’t be picture-perfect paradise. Grant Gustin told us back in July at San
Barry Allen and Iris West are synonymous with endgame. While that’s certainly proven true in the comics, it wasn’t always a guarantee on The Flash. Certainly, it was the intention. But as writers, you have to learn that if something isn’t working, then you move on. Like another DCTV show.
All season long, I’ve been criticizing Barry – rightfully so – for his selfish decision to create Flashpoint and subsequently affect everything in its wake. While Barry has surely had to deal with a few consequences of Flashpoint – including nearly losing the love of his life and Caitlin becoming
Remember last week’s episode, “Cause and Effect?” Remember that return to the optimistic, hopeful show that The Flash has established itself as since its inception? Yeah, well, that’s gone. Now it’s back to the intense darkness as Savitar prepares to shatter our world. Well, it was fun while it lasted.
The expression, “Don’t fix what’s not broken” is one that can apply to a lot of things. It can apply to household appliances. It can apply to sports organizations. It can apply to relationships. And it most certainly applies to television shows that have a recognizable tone that has defined
When it comes to superhero television shows, particularly DC television, these series are at their best when they let the characters drive the plot. Sometimes it’s really easy to get lost in said plot due to the epicness of the villain or the storyline (*cough* Flashpoint *cough*). But the times