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It's a really fun run!
TV Line report that Andy Mientus has joined the cast of the CW's take on the Fastest Man Alive as one of Barry Allen's original rogues from the comics, the openly gay Hartley Rathaway, aka the Pied Piper. The site also reckon the show won't be shying away from the character's sexuality.
The CW have released a full set of stills from the third episode of The Flash, and while he's not in full costume just yet, we do get to see Robbie Amell (The Tomorrow People) as one half of Firestorm, a.k.a. Ronnie Raymond. Meanwhile, a suited up Barry Allen is in trouble!
A few days ago, a low-res version of this banner was released featuring this great shot of the Flash's new suit as well as our first look at Reverse-Flash. Now, the Flash part of the banner has been released in HQ, hopefully we get the other half of the banner soon enough! Come check it out!
The Flash has chosen an actor to play Dr. Martin Stein, the brilliant but arrogant nuclear physicist who finds himself fused with the younger Ronnie Raymond (The Tomorrow People's Robbie Amell) and turned into the heroic Firestorm. Hit the jump to find out who they've chosen...
A quick theory that solves the whole Reverse Flash conundrum
Hit the jump to get your first good look at the 'Reverse-Flash'/'Professor Zoom' costume on the set of CW's The Flash. This is a fight scene between him and The Flash.
The Flash finally premiered its pilot episode, "City of Heroes" and now it's time I take you on another #TheBreakdown of the current installment of this hit series and its characters. Hit the jump for more!
This week TWP team break down the Doctor a Strange casting rumours for Marvel, a I Am Legend reboot, Deadpool, Iron Man 4 plus more! Also we explore the long and confusing history of The Flash In comics. Hit the jump to support the show!
So, superpowers = success? Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. could learn something from The Flash in that case as The CW series actually topped the Marvel show in terms of viewership and is now the highest rated premiere for them since The Vampire Diaries in 2009. Read on for details!
The Flash premiered last night, and the final scene is all that anyone can talk about! We won't spoil it for you here, but after the jump you can read comments from producer Andrew Kreisberg about the motivations of a certain character and how time travel will factor into The CW series...
Months after leaking, the pilot episode of the CW's brand new superhero drama, The Flash, has finally aired. Next week, while still learning how to use his new powers, Barry takes on Danton Black a.k.a. Multiplex! Come check out an extended promo from next week's episode now!
The Scarlet Speedster finally made his debut in the CW's The Flash première, and now I'm going to share my thoughts. So, how was the first episode of The Flash?, hit the jump to find out..
Danielle Panabaker was photographed on the set of The Flash alongside a new promo banner for the series which offers up our first look at Reverse-Flash (or Professor Zoom depending on the name they go for). He look awesome, and you can check out the artwork after the jump...
The Ultimate Guide to the Flash Pilot (with spoilers)

Nearly all of the easy to spot easter eggs...and the harder to spot ones as well...along with a little extra :D
The CW have released an epic minute-long trailer for season one of The Flash giving us a first look at footage from upcoming episodes. As well as Captain Cold using his freeze guns, we see Barry kissing Felicity, plenty of amazing special effects and more. Check it out!
With the pilot episode of the CW's newest superhero show set to air in a short time, Geoff Johns and Greg Berlanti talk through the comic book aspects of The Flash, plus discuss Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) in more detail.
Ahead of the season premiere of The Flash tonight, Geoff Johns has revealed the first official image of Wentworth Miller (Prison Break) as the villainous Captain Cold! Yes, he has his freeze pistol and yes, he also has a version of those iconic slit shades. Check it out!
The latest episode of DC All Access focuses on The Flash (it is after all the season premiere tonight) and features interviews with the cast and crew as well as a look at the digital comic book tie-in. Meanwhile, the spotlight is also placed on upcoming weekly event series, Earth 2: World's End...
Producer Andrew Kreisberg reveals when The Flash will become a publicly recognised superhero in Central City, teases plans to introduce the "Big Bad" (a.k.a. Reverse-Flash) in season one, and reveals how they're avoiding the "Freak of the Week" formula used by Smallville...
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