This week Barry Allen and Savitar — AKA Evil Barry Allen — finally had their long-fated battle. But that wasn't even the wildest thing that happened in the season finale of The Flash, and we need to talk about what all this means for Barry and the STAR Labs team.
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Video: Last week, The Flash revealed its latest villain. Now, crap is about to hit the fan in some spectacularly speedforce-y ways that are not also just peak Flash, but suitably depressing, if this new trailer for the last few episodes of the season are anything to go by. Also, you really shouldn't watch this unless you're caught up.
After months of speculation, The Flash finally unmasked its latest villain, a big bad speedster, and gasp! It's someone Barry Allen already knows. Stop me if you've heard this one before, which you most definitely have if you've watched the past two seasons of The Flash, because yes, we're doing this thing again.
The live-action Teen Titans are finally coming to television (sorta) by way of a new digital streaming service from DC. As anyone who follows the Titans knows, though, they have got a pretty fluid roster of heroes that changes constantly. Today's news has us wondering: which Titans are we going to see?
Video: While the CW's Barry Allen might have been forbidden from mucking with the time stream (because he's a big ol' dork), the Barry Allen of Injustice 2 is more than happy to use his superspeed to beat you up in the past, present or future. And he looks pretty damn good while doing so.
The Rampage movie finds its villain. Henry Cavill boards the next Mission: Impossible. Expect some really big dragons on Game of Thrones next season. David Mazouz teases the threat of the Court of Owls on Gotham. Plus, a few tiny details about X-Men TV series Gifted, and a new poster for The Flash/Supergirl crossover. To me, my spoilers!
Ever since the CW announced that Supergirl and The Flash's next crossover would be a musical, we've been breathlessly anticipating every little detail about it. And now we have our first hit of unadulterated joy in the form of the first pictures from the special episode.
The CW/DC universe has so far been unafraid to start dealing with alternate Earth versions of its characters — especially Flash, with its regular sojourns to Earth-2. But even though Supergirl is already set on an alternate Earth, it has no plans to reveal its own takes on Barry, Ollie or anyone else any time soon.
Last year's Invasion! storyline across the DC/CW shows was billed as a four-part event set over the course of Supergirl, Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow. It was a great crossover, but it wasn't really a four-part story, considering the event barely impacted the Supergirl episode of the crossover that kicked things off. Turns out there's a reason for that.
The Flash/Supergirl crossover is quickly becoming the televisual equivalent of that one puppy you follow on Instagram that, whenever it does the slightest thing, you transform into a total mess of d'awwwing and squealing and delight because goddammit, how can something be this cute? How cute? Superfriends references cute.
I've been having a hell of a time loading YouTube videos on my home PC recently. Then, after a little bit of investigation, I found out why. Somehow, Adobe Flash was installed.
After running outside and turning three times, spitting and cursing, I uninstalled it.
You should do the same. Here's how.