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The #DCTV Secrets of THE FLASH: Episode 23 – "Fast Enough"

The #DCTV Secrets of THE FLASH: Episode 23 – "Fast...

By Paul Malmont Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

The disaster at S.T.A.R. labs has scattered secrets all over Central City and we know where they are. We’re here to tease you with all the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you really want to know some of the answers to these questions, check out the spoiler section... in a flash.

The next step could lead to a universe of secrets...

Talk about ending with a bang.  A big bang!  What an amazing season full of secrets (and some answers).  Here are just some of this episode’s #DCTV Secrets you’ll be talking about tomorrow

  • What’s a Time Sphere?
  • Who is Rip Hunter?
  • What did we see in the Speed Force?

Want to carry on the conversation about the #DCTV Secrets.  Jump on #DCTV in Twitter and see what clues others have found.


Don’t run any farther if you don’t want to know any more. But of course you do and you will.

 

 

 

 

 

Time traveling made simple.

This unique transport was created in the future and allowed the Time Master (and occasionally Booster Gold!) to voyage through space and time.  First appearing in the pages of the comics in 1959, the Time Sphere was created by Rip Hunter, as Harrison Wells name-dropped.

So, who is this Rip Hunter guy?

He’s just your average time-traveling superhero from the future—so far in the future that his base of operations is at the edge of the end of all time.  He’s played a significant role in several DC Crisis events.  And, as we just recently found out, he’s going to be one of the major players in The CW’s brand new fall series, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow!  Wish we could time travel forward to see this show right now!

 

A glimpse of days to come?

What did we see when Barry ripped through the Speed Force barrier?  Scenes from the past… and the future.  A meta-human woman with white hair. 

And a massive building guarded by two gigantic statues of The Flash?  Of course, you knew that was the Flash Museum, right?

A flying hat?

Even better!  A winged hat!  True fans know that is part of the costume of Jay Garrick, the very first Flash that every appeared in DC Comics. 

Since time travel is now established as firmly part of the show, it’s possible that we might pay a visit, or receive a visitor, from the Golden Age of Comics. 

See you next season!

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