The Flash

The Flash Once nicknamed the Scarlet Speedster, the Flash possesses "super-speed," which includes the ability to run and move extremely fast, use superhuman reflexes and violate certain laws of physics. Thus far, four different characters, each of whom somehow gained the power of "super-speed", have assumed the identity of the Flash: Jay Garrick (1940-), Barry Allen (1956-1986), Wally West (1986-2006, 2007-), and Bart Allen (2006-2007).
The CW have released a trailer for the epic team-up between Arrow and The Flash focusing on the Scarlet Speedster's side of things as the two heroes come to blows for the first time! We also get to see plenty of new footage of The Arrow making himself at home in Central City...
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Are you looking forward to the small screen debut of Reverse-Flash in the midseason premiere of The Flash? Well, it sounds like they'll be keeping his identity hidden for the forseeable future, but we will get what sounds like an epic fight scene between him and The Fastest Man Alive...
When an encounter with Blackout (guest star Michael Reventar) leaves Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) without his super-speed, he turns to his friend, Dr. Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), in this new clip. Update! The Flash battles Blackout in another "Power Outage" sneak peek.
We've met Ronnie Raymond in flashbacks, but we still have yet to see him in present day. In a new interview, Robbie Amell teased his first appearance, saying he looks "ridiculous" when we first meet him. He also teases an appearance on an episode that also features his bow-wielding cousin.
Arrow and The Flash Producer, Andrew Kreisberg gives the official word that we "won't be hearing" from Gotham or Metropolis on the Arrow series, as well as the Flash series anytime soon. Hit the jump to check it out!
Ahead of last night's fan screening of both parts of the highly anticipated crossover between Arrow and The Flash, the producers and casts of both shows took part in a Q&A which offers up plenty of revealing details about what's to come in both of these shows and beyond...
Some lucky journalists are being treated to a screening of the two-part crossover between Arrow and The Flash tonight (titled "Flash vs. Arrow" and "The Brave and the Bold"), and after the jump you can see a cool new poster given to them ahead of the screening. Check it out!
ComicBookMovie.com's very own McGee shares his thoughts on the controversial casting of Ezra Miller as the Flash. It is highly recommended that you don't click on this article. If you decide to ignore this suggestion, just know that we warned you in the teaser...so you can't sue us.
I just finished watching episodes 1-6 of "The Flash". Here are my thoughts on the current series. (SPOILER WARNING)
The CW have released the full synopsis for The Flash's midseason finale, "The Man in the Yellow Suit". It confirms that we'll finally meet both Reverse-Flash AND Firestorm, but may also reveal which character isn't the iconic villain who murdered Barry Allen's mother...
Greg Berlanti reveals plenty of new details about The Flash in this interview, including the small screen debut of Gorilla Grodd, how time travel will factor into the series, giving the Scarlet Speedster a more faithful costume, the chances of seeing another Arrow crossover, & more..
Next week, after getting zapped by Farooq a.k.a. Blackout, Barry has trouble with his powers. Meanwhile, the Clock King takes Joe & Iris hostage and it's up to Eddie to save them. Come check out the extended promo for the next episode now!
Next week, the Fastest Man Alive faces off against Farooq (a character first introduced in Flashpoint) AND a villain who will be very familiar to Arrow fans...The Clock King! As if that wasn't enough, we also get a glimpse of the fight between Arrow and The Flash. Check it out!
To help promote The Flash the CW television network have produced a new series of videos, hosted by Candice Patton ('Iris West'), that look at the cast. The first two videos focus on Danielle Panabaker's Dr. Snow and Carlos Valdes's Cisco.
The CW have released the first clip from tomorrow's episode of The Flash, and based on the title, big changes are in store for "The Streak". In this preview, we get to see the Scarlet Speedster come face to face with Girder for the first time. Hit the jump to check it out!
Last week, we saw a major shift in Barry and Iris' relationship as the former suggested they spend some time apart. Come check out a brand new featurette where Grant Gustin discusses Barry's feelings for Iris and his current "friend zone" predicament.
Mark Waid talks to us about the launch of the third volume of Insufferable on his digital comics platform Thrillbent and weighs in on whether he wants to return to Fantastic Four, the Daredevil Netflix series, his thoughts on two actors playing The Flash, S.H.I.E.L.D. and more...
How does Stephen Amell feel about how WB handled the announcement of Ezra Miller on the heels of a great response to the Flash TV show?
The CW have released a batch of promo images from the seventh episode of The Flash, "Power Outage". In them we see more of Arrow villain The Clock King's arrival in Central City as he targets those closest to Barry Allen. Meanwhile, Farooq targets Dr. Wells...
Even though it has been well over a month since everyone and their mom's boyfriend has seen the Flash pilot, CBM's very own McGee has decided to review this episode now. If you want proof that the public education system in America is broken, we encourage you to read this article and ask God for forgiveness.
International promos for next week's episodes of both Arrow & The Flash have surfaced giving us a better preview of the new episodes. While Barry has his hands full with Girder, Oliver has trouble with affairs of the heart when Felicity seems to be moving on & Cupid comes to town.
So, we know what to expect from the first part of the Arrow/The Flash crossover, but how about the second? Well, the action heads back to Starling City and the villainous Digger Harkness, a.k.a. Boomerang takes center stage as The Arrow enlists the help of the Scarlet Speedster...
The CW have released the first official description for "Flash vs. Arrow", the first half of the highly anticipated crossover between the two shows. In it, we learn that it's the debut of another DC Comics villain which is the cause of the heroes coming to blows...
Another new promotional poster from The Flash has been released featuring Grant Gustin's Barry Allen. Check it out!