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We knew that The CW had plans to crossover all of their comic book properties (including Stephen Amell appearing in The Flash's pilot), but now we have our first look at a less heroic cameo. Hit the jump to see an image of a certain fan favorite, meeting Grant Gustin's Barry Allen in The Flash!
In case you needed further proof that Arrow and The Flash exist in the same universe, it has now been revealed that Robert Knepper (Prison Break) will return as William Tockman, a.k.a. The Clock King, in season one of The Flash. Read on for details...
Website JustJared has posted a batch of new photos of Wentworth Miller as Leonard Snart on the set of the highly anticipated CW series, THE FLASH! Come check them out..
May I have your attention please? Will the real Scarlet Speedster (Grant Gustin) please stand up? Hit the jump to check out a new television spot for the CW's The Flash.
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) sure is going to have his hands full during the first season of The Flash as it has been revealed that Tony Woodward, a.k.a. Girder, will be making an appearance in the series. There's no word on who will play him, but read on for further details!
The CW have released a preview of their upcoming shows, and in it we get some more footage from The Flash's pilot episode, and a glimpse at the somewhat zany looking iZombie. The show - which debuts in 2015 - is based on a Vertigo Comics series, but seems quite a bit different here...
The CW have released another new banner for The Flash, and in it, we see Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) speeding into action against Weather Wizard, the main villain of the highly anticipated pilot episode which airs this Fall. Hit the jump to check it out "#InAFlash"...
We have another great DC Comics giveaway here for you to take advantage of, and entering couldn't be easier! A new version of Reverse-Flash was recently introduced in "The New 52" as Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul brought their superb run to an end. Read on for details...
We learned recently that Plastique is another DC Comics character who will soon be coming to the world of Arrow and The Flash, and it has now been revealed that The Mentalist's Kelly Frye will play her. Hit the jump for characters and details on her debut...
Full Arrow, Flash, Constantine & Gotham Panels from San Diego Comic Con! check it out after the jump!
As we all know by now, The Flash was introduced in an episode of Arrow last season that was used as a backdoor pilot. The response was great and thus lead to the greenlight of The Flash season 1. Now, the title of ths episode hints at more interaction. Check it out.
Tonight, new logos were unveiled for Warner Bros. television and DC Comics that are inspired by their comic book-based TV shows: Arrow, Constatine, Gotham and The Flash.
The pilot for the CW's upcoming The Flash tv series will debut this weekend at Comic Con, and in anticipation of that we have this pretty cool new promo. See a speed cop get slightly more than he bargains for when the fastest man alive (Grant Gustin) drops by..
The CW was expected to debut the pilot episodes of two upcoming comic-based TV series, The Flash and iZombie, at SDCC today, and while the former was extremely well-received, the Vertigo comic adaption didn't even screen.
I share my thoughts on the "Fastest Man Alive" Barry Allen(the Flash).
The Scarlet Speedster (Grant Gustin) heads into action and strikes an iconic pose in a new promo poster for The Flash which has been spotted doing the rounds on the floor of this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Hit the jump to check it out!
We already know of a number of familiar faces from the comic books who will be making an appearance in the first few episodes of The Flash, and we can now add the villainous Plastique to that list. However, it sounds as if she could soon become an ally to the Scarlet Speedster...
Arrow Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg teases the identity of the highly anticipated third season's main villain in the following interview, and also drops some interesting new details about the crossover between that series and The Flash. Hit the jump to check it out!
The various DC Entertainment television show producers have echoed the same 'verbage' from DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns that the shows will not connect to the film universe established in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But what about one another?
Arrow and The Flash Executive Producer/Writer Andrew Kreisberg reveals new details about the upcoming crossover (it sounds like they'll be a lot more standalone than initially expected), how Warner Bros.' Justice League plans impacts both of the shows and more. Check it out!
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