One of my favorite relationships on The Flash is whatever dynamic that Carlos Valdes and Tom Cavanagh are bringing to life. They have such an organic and compelling chemistry that just draws you in. Whether that’s on The Flash or in person during a roundtable interview at San Diego Comic-Con.
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.
When we last left Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon in The Flash, they were both struggling with individual conflicts. While Cisco was left shocked at his best friend Barry’s sacrifice, Caitlin found herself wondering exactly who she was now that she wasn’t just Caitlin or just Killer Frost. We spoke
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.
As The Flash heads into its third season, viewers are left wondering the implications that come as a result of Barry traveling back in time to save his mother in the season finale. Of course this jump-started the famous Flashpoint storyline, and obviously it’s going to have some serious repercussions