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The Flash: Escape From Earth-2 Featurette Teases Earth-2 Barry Allen[SPOILERS for those not caught up on The Flash ahead.]-In the season 1 finale of The CW’s second series based on DC Comics characters, The Flash, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and the rest of his team at S.T.A.R. Labs opened up a singularity above Central City that became a portal to alternate universes – introducing the concept of the multiverse. In season 2, Team Flash has been facing off against Earth-2 villain Zoom, battling metahuman doppelgangers, and working with the alternate version of Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh).In episode 13 of season 2, ‘Welcome to Earth-2,’ Barry, Cisco (Carlos Valdes), and Harry travel to Earth-2 in an effort to rescue Harry’s daughter Jesse (Violett Beane) from Zoom. However, Barry was captured by Zoom, leaving his friends and their Earth-2 allies to help track down the Earth-1 Flash in episode 14. A new featurette for the upcoming episode delves into how Earth-2 Barry is different from the character fans know, as well as how he’ll help Team Flash.In the featurette (above) for ‘Escape from Earth-2,’ executive producers Todd and Aaron Helbing discuss the team accepting help from the alternate versions of Barry Allen and Iris West (Candice Patton), highlighting the differences and similarities between their Earth-1 and Earth-2 personalities:”At the end of episode 13, Zoom has captured Barry but they don’t know where Zoom’s lair is [and] they don’t know how to find him, so they turn to CSI Earth-2 Barry Allen to lead the way. He’s a bit uptight, but you see how skillful he is, and how resourceful [he is]. You understand he and Iris’ relationship – it all makes sense in this episode.”

Leading up to the show’s midseason break, The Flash pulled double duty in setting up The CW’s third DC Comics series, Legends of Tomorrow, while also establishing the season-long antagonist of Zoom. After brief glimpses of Earth-2 included earlier on, the show proved it could pull off a trip to the alternate reality in ‘Welcome to Earth-2.’ The episode balanced a hefty amount of Easter eggs (as well as ties to DC universes from different networks and decades) with an equally exciting and compelling storyline that fans of The Flash have come to expect.It may seem as though ‘Escape from Earth-2 will provide another compelling entry to season 2 of The Flash – but perhaps with less Supergirl.Next: The Flash Extended Trailer Teases Zoom’s UnmaskingThe Flash airs Tuesdays @8pm on The CW. Arrow airs Wednesdays @8pm on The CW. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow airs Thursdays @8pm on The CW.Source: The CW

The Flash Season 2 Posters Tease King Shark’s Return

The Flash Season 2 Posters Tease King Sharks ReturnIn the first part of The Flash season 2, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) faced off against a number of different metahumans, most having traveled from Earth-2 on the command of this season’s main antagonist, the villainous speedster Zoom. One particular metahuman that Zoom sent after The Flash was the gigantic humanoid shark, DC Comics’ King Shark.Although King Shark made his first appearance in ‘The Fury of Firestorm’, the metahuman was taken out quickly by Earth-2 Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) – which worked as Harry’s introduction to Barry – and hasn’t been seen since. However, King Shark will make his return to Central City in the aptly titled episode 15, ‘King Shark’. Now, new posters from the episode tease the rematch between King Shark and The Flash.The CW released one poster focused on The Flash, teasing that “A New Wave of Terror Arises” when King Shark makes his return, and the second poster featuring the humanoid shark himself. Take a look at both posters:

Details of King Shark’s return were teased earlier this year by The Flash executive producer Andrew Kreisberg. He revealed Arrow’s John Diggle (David Ramsey) and Lyla Michaels (Audrey Marie Anderson) will travel to Central City in search of King Shark, who escaped from an A.R.G.U.S. facility and is looking to complete his orders from Zoom – namely, destroying The Flash. Additionally, the official episode synopsis for ‘King Shark’ teased an attack by the metahuman on Barry while he’s with Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Iris (Candice Patton), and Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale).The Flash is no stranger to CGI-characters, having shown the humanoid shark before (albeit in a brief and dark nighttime scene). Previously, the show had brought Gorilla Grodd to life a handful of times over its two seasons. But, Grodd’s most recent appearance in ‘Gorilla Warfare’ was certainly the best in terms of both the realistic visual portrayal of the gorilla and the references to his comic book history.Similar to Grodd’s last appearance, the visual design of King Shark seems to be as realistic as possible when bringing a part-human part-shark creature to life. Of course, how those visuals come across in a daytime scene of The Flash – which takes considerable more attention to the CGI work than a nighttime scene – remains to be seen. But, these posters are certainly effective in getting fans excited for a rematch between King Shark and The Flash.Next: The Flash Earth-2 Easter Eggs & Hints ExplainedThe Flash continues with ‘King Shark’ on Tuesday, February 23rd at 8pm on The CW.Source: The CW

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