DC All Access - #DCTV - The Future of Flash is Time Travel + Arrow vs Ra's

A week with no new #DCTV? Say it ain't so! Don't worry, new episodes of The Flash and Arrow are just around the corner, and DC All Access is here with an exclusive look at what's ahead. Tiffany talks to Andrew Kreisberg, Executive Producer of The Flash and Arrow, about the cliffhangers both shows ended on, how big a role time travel will be playing on The Flash and when we'll get to see the A.T.O.M. suit in action!

To read our Six Burning Questions (and Answers!) About Arrow's Ra's al Ghul and the Atom: http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2015/02/25/arrow-six-burning-questions-and-answers-about-ras-al-ghul-and-the-atom

Tiffany’s shirt courtesy of Under Armour: https://www.underarmour.com/en-no/1251223/pid1251223

Taking Down the Flash: Geoff Johns Discusses the Rogues

With The Flash set to debut in a few days on The CW, we asked Executive Producer and acclaimed Flash writer Geoff Johns if he’d mind sharing some thoughts on the Flash’s cast of super-villains, and particularly Captain Cold and the Rogues, the cold gun touting thief and his team of working class baddies who work together to make a dishonest dollar in a city patrolled by the Fastest Man Alive…

The Flash (1990 - 1991)

When a bolt of lightening crashes through a police crime lab, a mix of electrically charged substances bathes chemist Barry Allen, transforming him into the fastest man alive--The Flash.As the superfast superhero (John Wesley Shipp) uses his newfound speed to fight crime, only research scientist Dr. Christina McGee (Amanda Pays) knows of the changes that have transformed Barry Allen and of his secret identity as The Flash.

Cast: 
John Wesley Shipp
Amanda Pays
Alex Desert
Biff Manard
Vito D'Ambrosio
Producers: 
Don Kurt
Stephen Hattman
Steven Long Mitchell
Craig W. Van Sickle
Gail Morgan Hickman
Executive Producers: 
Danny Bilson
Paul DeMeo
Genre: 
Action
Adventure
Drama
Science Fiction

Source Open Thread: Who's your Captain?

A hero is often defined by his or her  villains. And few heroes have villains as cool and colorful and flat out weird as the Flash. The Rogues define the Flash and he  defines  them: Mirror Master, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, the Trickster and most especially the two Captains Captain  Cold and  Captain Boomerang. In FLASH 7, the  spotlight falls on Captain Boomerang. How did Boomererang first fall in with the Rogues? Why has he returned from the dead? And does he still have  what it takes to be a Rogue?
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