The Flash Quick as a Flash!

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  1. Ome

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    You didn't like the rugged look and floppy hair this time?

    No...?


    ..... :D
     
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    Loving this new promo image





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    :D I wouldn't consider that rugged. I don't consider Grant Gustin rugged. I like him for his cute nerdiness. His Savatar look was just greasy and emaciated.
    But what does it mean??
     
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    That Eobard is still around.....?


    Actually I have no idea :lol:
     
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    Season 4 Trailer

    October 10th

     
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    The Flash is saying goodbye to Tom Felton ahead of season 4

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    The Flash will be missing Tom Felton's hilariously snide insults in its upcoming season.

    The former Harry Potter star will be leaving the DC TV show after a single season playing super villain-turned-hero Julian Albert, according to Entertainment Weekly.

    As of yet, there's no indication that Felton will even return for a guest appearance in The Flash's fourth season… but obviously that may change as the year rolls along.


    Quick-witted CSI detective Albert was initially an adversary to both Barry Allen and The Flash, the latter admittedly without his knowledge or consent.







    Gutted! I really thought he integrated with the group effortlessly.
     
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    That's a shame. I really liked the character.
     
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    I always thought he might have had a small shelf life considering who the actor is.
     
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    The Flash has unexpectedly started running (pun unintended) on free-to-air television here. It's well behind what I've seen of Arrow as well as my DVD viewing of Supergirl but I can fill in the gaps.
    I had the same reaction. I eventually realised that at least part of it was predating the Arrow scenes.
    Again, the comparison to Smallville, especially the idea that there were other victims of the same phenomenon, also occurred to me fairly early on.
    That's my main gripe with all these shows - that they surround themselves with a team of assistants and advisors. Traditionally, superheroes were loners, interacting with their friends only via their secret identities.
    Agreed. I smiled when I saw Barry on the road to Starling.

    I actually watched the original Flash series way back when. I understand another well-known cast member also appears in later episodes. I'm looking forward to seeing that play out.
     
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