Barry Allen confronts his childhood tormentor in the form of Girder in an episode that initially felt clichéd but ended with an unpredictable bang.
A wedge is driven between Barry and Iris as Plastique makes her television debut. Plus, a glimpse of one of The Flash’s most iconic foes.
The introduction of Captain Cold casts a chill on Team Flash as Felicity Smoak arrives in Central City and Detective West warms to the idea of his daughter’s relationship.
A Golden Age villain makes his gaseous presence felt in an episode that also introduces Ronnie Raymond and a solution to the problem of what to do with Central City’s captured metahumans.
Barry Allen wrestles with self-doubt, and low blood sugar, even as he’s confronted by the many clones of Multiplex.
With its pilot episode, The Flash quickly establishes itself as a fun and hopeful superhero series that embraces its comic-book roots.
Stars Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin are showcased in photos from the Vancouver set of their series’ upcoming crossover.
Geoff Johns defends DC Entertainment’s wide approach, while Marvel doubles down on the connections to its film universe as superheroes prepare to do battle on the small screen.
Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg reveal potential plans for Wally West to appear on the new CW series.
No subject was off-limits at during the Comic-Con International spotlight on the veteran Arrow, Doctor Who and Torchwood.
The explosive comic-book terrorist will debut in the first season of The CW’s Arrow spinoff.
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on Arrow and The Flash, don’t expect cameos by Batman and Superman.