Below is a list of my five favorite episodes from Season One of the CW series, "THE FLASH". Created by Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns, and Andrew Kreisberg; the series stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen aka the Flash:
FIVE FAVORITE EPISODES OF "THE FLASH" SEASON ONE (2014-2015)
1. (1.15) "Out of Time" - A meta-human criminal named Mark Marsdon returns to Central City to seek revenge against Barry Allen aka the Flash's guardian, Detective Joe West.
I should preface this opinion by stating that I love The Flash. I have watched the show religiously since season 1, and I think it has struck the perfect balance between comic-book adaptation and live-action entertainer. It has an incredibly likable protagonist in Barry Allen, and it has an talented cast of actors, who have brought their respective characters to life beautifully. And the interpersonal relationships between the characters bring so much texture to the show, whether it's Barry and Joe's amazing father/son dynamic, or Barry and Iris' love-transcends-spacetime romance, or...
Let's get back to the ending of Kevin Smith's special episode where Zoom brought an army of Earth-2's Meta-humans to rule Earth-1('s Central City). What was my thought for the penultimate episode? Of course, a dark, heavy, and full of tense plot. Come on, Team Flash was usually overwhelmed by only one Bad Meta-of-the-week, what would they do to beat those E-2 baddies, who already helped Zoom to rule Earth-2? Certainly, they would find a way in the end, but in sunny mood? Now that is almost utterly surprised me... if I did not recollect that Barry has just been encountered by the Speed...
Here’s the official description for the May 3 episode courtesy of The CW.
Rupture_005DC COMICS’ CHARACTER RUPTURE COMES TO CENTRAL CITY WITH ZOOM – Zoom (guest star Teddy Sears) arrives back on Earth-1 intent on taking over Central City. Barry (Grant Gustin) and Wells (Tom Cavanagh) come up with a plan to stop Zoom once and for all but it’s extremely dangerous. Unsure if he should take the risk, Barry reaches out to both fathers for advice. Henry (guest star John Wesley Shipp) is adamantly opposed to Barry risking his life again but Joe (Jesse L. Martin) thinks he can...
As one of the most anticipated series of all time, The Flash finally returned from its one month hiatus. I have seen the teaser and promo pictures, and read the official synopsis. The Flash has been accused for going rogue as well as being send into the pipeline? Iris's potential new lover?? Most of all, the appearance of the first female speedster ever??? Well, now after watching the sixteenth episode, I couldn't help myself to write my positive and negative opinions about it. (+ is for positive and - is for negative.) Let's start right now!
About a month ago, Tuesday, 8th December to be precise, I was waiting for The Flash's mid-season finale with great enthusiasm and full of expectations. Usually mid-season finale is one of the most highly anticipated of all episodes in the series since the writers created something big and thrilling that makes us, the audience, unable to wait for the continuation in next year. Concisely, it creates a huge impact for the forthcoming episodes.
So, what substantial things that this supposedly amazing episode gave to us??? Three ex-protagonists rogues (Spartacus, Michael Scofield, and...
On the first season, a fake Barry kissed Caitlin, and she kissed him back,does this mean she has feeling for him?
“She did kiss him back, yeah. Well, you know…who knows what it mean?”
— Danielle Panabaker - Melty Interview
A l'occasion de la SuperHeroes Con qui se tenait dans la capitale fran?aise le 6 et 7 juin dernier, la rédac' de melty a pu s'entretenir avec la divine Danielle Panabaker. De Killer Frost en passant par Snowbarry, la jolie actrice s'est confiée sur l'avenir de Caitlin.
With The Flash getting a pilot order, and the majority of the principle cast filled, speculation can begin on what will happen with the show. Numerous things have been said about where they might take Barry Allen, who was first featured in Arrow, but as of right now it’s all just been rumors.
Executive Producer Greg Berlanti talked to Digital Spy a little bit about the show, where he said expect a different show from Arrow. “Barry is different from Oliver,” he said. “He’s a man of science and has more of a sci-fi bent, whereas Arrow has a bit more of a crime bent.” He...