‘The Flash’ Season 2 Preview

By Thomas Formoso, Sports Editor

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Logo for "The Flash," starring Grant Gustin as the title character.
Logo for “The Flash,” starring Grant Gustin as the title character.

The Flash ended season one with a giant singularity engulfing Central City and the Flash entering the singularity to stop it. Based on early details of season two, the writers are going to be delving even deeper into the Flash’s universe and cast of characters. As the promos continue to boast Earth-2’s Flash Jay Garrick, things will get increasingly complicated. The people of Central City are facing a new threat, according to Garrick, with villains of the parallel universe coming through the singularity that nearly engulfed the city after Eobard Thawne was erased from existence. That was after Eddie Thawne shot himself to ensure that Eobard would never exist. Are you confused yet?

Add all of these developments to Cisco exploring his ability to see through the vibrations of the universe. This is a great way for characters like Eobard and others to still exist on the show, but not on Earth-Prime, if you will.

Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker at Comic Con. They play Iris West and Dr. Caitlin Snow, respectively. Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore (flickr).
Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker at WonderCon. They play Iris West and Dr. Caitlin Snow, respectively.
Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore (flickr).

There’s a lot to be excited for in the second season of The Flash as they continue to deal with time travel and the Multiverse, something that can be a completely separate lecture. Season two of The Flash will premiere on The CW on Oct. 6 at 8 p.m.

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