The Flash: The Many Faces of Harrison Wells

Tonight’s episode of The Flash, “Back to Normal,” may focus on the now powerless Barry Allen. But it’s also an important episode for this season’s Harrison “Harry” Wells. The Earth-2 doppelganger of last season’s primary villain, Harry’s not really a likable character. He’s curt, unpleasant and often selfish, yet nevertheless, he’s managed to serve as an important ally for Team Flash.

A Heroic Achievement: The Flash and Arrow's Epic Event

Last night’s episode of The Flash, “Legends of Today,” kicked off this year’s two part crossover event with Arrow by introducing us to an immortal villain, two reincarnated heroes and what’s likely to be one major change to Oliver Queen’s life. But this week’s episodes of The Flash and Arrow are noteworthy for another reason as well.

The Flash: Building a New Firestorm

Fans who were excited to finally see DC Comics’ Nuclear Man brought to life onscreen last season on The Flash were likely shocked when the show’s second season kicked off with the death of Ronnie Raymond. While Dr. Martin Stein, Firestorm’s more cerebral half survived, there’s no nuclear hero without Ronnie…is there?

DC All Access - #DCTV - The Flash Gets New Powers in Season 2

The Flash Season 2 premiere is just over a week away. But if that feels too far away, you're in luck (also, you may be tapping into the Speed Force yourself...you might want to head to S.T.A.R. Labs to get that checked). In this exclusive DC All Access clip, we talk to the show's stars and executive producer about what's ahead for Team Flash, whether we might be meeting other Flashes besides Jay Garrick and whether John Wesley Shipp will ever don another Flash suit. 

For more on The Flash: http://www.dccomics.com/tv/the-flash-2014-present

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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

DC All Access - Ep 232 - Kevin Smith Reveals Exclusive Batman '66 Clip + Convergence (DCAA 232)

When Tiffany finds herself once again flying solo, she summons director, comic book writer, podcaster and Batman mega-fan Kevin Smith to guest host this week's jam-packed new episode of DC All Access. First, Kevin reveals an exclusive clip from the upcoming Blu-Ray release of the classic Batman television series, while Tiffany looks at Convergence, the just announced publishing event coming next year from DC Comics. They then talk to the new Green Arrow writing team of Andrew Kreisberg and Ben Sokolowski about what changes may be in store for Oliver Queen, before hearing from writer Bryan Q. Miller about bringing his bestselling Smallville comic to a close. All that, plus Kevin improvises some comic book writing and we look at some of this week's highlights from the DC Host Search.

For information on how you could become the next DC All Access co-host: http://www.dccomics.com/dchostsearch

For more on the Batman TV Series Blu-Ray Release: http://www.dccomics.com/tv/batman-1966-1968

To read Smallville: Continuity digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Smallville-Continuity/comics-series/27051

Tiffany’s dress is from the new Hot Topic Harleen line, available Feb. 2015.

Three Reasons to Read The Flash: Season Zero

If you’ve turned on your TV, fired up your phone, tablet or computer, or looked at any billboards over the past few weeks, you probably know that The Flash is coming to The CW on October 7th. That’s when he’s debuting on TV sure enough, but this unique new interpretation of the Fastest Man Alive actually premieres today. And no, you didn’t forget to set your DVR...

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