The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
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CBR speculates on the identity of Zoom, the big bad of "The Flash" season two who's out to kill Barry Allen, Jay Garrick & any speedster in the multiverse.
Former Flash John Wesley Shipp also recounted filming his last episode for the 1991 series with "Star Wars" star Mark Hamill.
The John Wesley Shipp-starring CBS series is available to watch, in its entirety, via the online channel CW Seed.
Grant Gustin, Andrew Kreisberg and more talk about new supervillains, unfolding the Multiverse and Eddie Thawne's possible return.
John Wesley Shipp, Mark Hamill and more gathered with fans to watch and discuss episodes from the canceled-too-soon 1990 series.
John Wesley Shipp indicates that the "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff may bear a title familiar to DC fans.
An episode packed with revelations sees two Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry's secret shared with two more people.
Original "The Flash" star John Wesley Shipp -- who plays Barry Allen's father on the current CW series -- addressed fans at Emerald City Comicon.
Mark Hamill and Devon Graye plague the Flash and his father in new, CBR-exclusive images from the upcoming "Tricksters" episode of the CW series.
Casting ex-superheroes Helen Slater and Dean Cain on "Supergirl" is the latest example of DC TV series recognizing previous genre actors.
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
John Wesley Shipp talks with CBR News about returning to the world of "The Flash," and Henry Allen's key role in tonight's episode.
Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin & original "Flash" actor John Wesley Shipp visit the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to discuss all things "The Flash."
TV's original Flash will play Henry Allen, Barry Allen's father, in the new DC Comics-based series set to debut on The CW this fall.
TV's original Flash, John Wesley Shipp, will guest in The CW's "The Flash" pilot, with an expected recurring role if the show gets picked up.
Did Aunt May and Uncle Ben actually debut in BEFORE Peter Parker?!? And what's the hidden story behind the origin of the 1990s Flash TV show? Plus, did Grant Morrison get killed off in a comic book?