"Flash" Writers, Teddy Sears Race Down Burning Questions From "Flash of Two Worlds"
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Longtime fans of Earth-2 hero Jay Garrick will want to tune in to see how "Flash of Two Worlds" homages a Silver Age classic.
Courtesy of The CW, CBR has an exclusive first look at a new clip from the tonight's season premiere of "The Flash."
Ahead of tonight's season finale Grant Gustin says the CW series will introduce Earth-One and Earth-Two "in the near future."
The CW has released images from next week's season finale of "The Flash," titled "Fast Enough" and guest starring Robbie Amell and Victor Garber.
Jesse L. Martin spoke with CBR about the growing threat of Gorilla Grodd and Reverse Flash, as well as Barry's time travel conundrum in the finale
Grodd makes a violent entrance in an all-new "Grodd Lives" teaser, the upcoming episode of "The Flash."
Gorilla Grodd is set to finally be fully unleashed next week on "The Flash" -- and CBR has exclusive images from the episode.
Having uncovered the truth about the Reverse Flash, Barry and his friends must face their most dangerous foe as "The Flash's" first season comes to an end.
In "Who Is Harrison Wells?," Team Flash gears up to investigate Harrison Wells, but one of them isn't very happy about it.
In a CBR-exclusive clip from tonight's episode, Barry Allen, Harrison Wells, Detective West and Cisco Ramon ponder the possibility of time travel.
In a slew of new stills from "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm appears front and center alongside the STAR Labs team.
The next "Flash" episode is titled "The Man in the Yellow Suit," and the Reverse Flash isn't far behind -- here are images from the midseason finale.
David S. Goyer hints that we will see some mystical DC characters in the first few episodes of the NBC horror drama; Katie Cassidy says Arrow "needs Black Canary" and more.
The "Law & Order" vet takes on the challenge of being the grounded good guy among "The Flash's" super-fast-paced superhero action.
Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin & original "Flash" actor John Wesley Shipp visit the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss all things "The Flash."
A series of interview videos with the cast of "The Flash" reveal new details about character and plot of the upcoming CW drama.
The "Law & Order" vet is the first actor to join Grant Gustin on the potential series, co-starring in "The Flash" pilot as "Detective West."