The CW has just released a deleted scene from last week’sThe Flash episode “Grodd Lives.” It answers the burning questions that have been on everyone’s mind, since the beginning of the season. Questions that only Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) voiced to Cisco (Carlos Valdes), at the end of Arrow 3.19 “Broken Arrow,” when delivering Deathbolt (Doug Jones) to S.T.A.R. Labs. How do they eat? Where do they go to the bathroom?
The cast and creators of The CW’s The Flash appeared on a panel last night during PaleyFest LA at The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, CA, where showrunner Greg Berlanti talked about what other members of the Flash family could make their way onto the show.
Berlanti, who produces other Warner Bros. TV series Arrow (The CW) and its planned spinoff as well as the upcoming Supergirl show (for CBS), told the attendees at the TV fest that his plan is for Wally West or Bart Allen to appear.
DC Entertainment recently debuted two new featurettes from the upcoming CW show The Flash. While both feature actor Tom Cavanagh, who plays “Dr. Harrison Wells” of STAR Labs, each one takes a look at some different characters in the show. The first, called “Impossible Man,” takes a look at the show’s star character, Barry Allen (played by actor Grant Gustin), and gives us a look at his special abilities.
The second clip gives a look at two team members of STAR Labs, Cisco Ramon (played by actor Carlos Valdes), and Dr. Caitlin Snow (played by actress Danielle Panabaker) and their challenges of figuring out Barry’s new powers.
Flash Fact #2: You, my gentle reader, are a person.
Therefore, you love cheap comics.
Okay, I’m prepared to accept that some of you may be robots or talking gorillas or even mad geniuses from the future, but you should still be excited because starting at midnight EST when it turns Saturday, August 13 and running through 11pm EST on August 14, DC is putting over 100 digital issues of The Flash and Flash-related comics on sale.
See below for the list of digital comics included in the sale.
So, if you have an iPad or you like reading comics on your computer, be sure to snag some of these issues. You don’t even have to run out to get them. You could probably stand to go for a run though. It’ll make The Flash happy.