The repercussions of Earth-2 and the existence of parallel doubles amps up the story in a strong, busy episode.
Firestorm 2.0 and some huge twists don't save an uncharacteristically predictable and heavy-handed installment.
Summary: Family drama and the nature of evil form the center of the best Rogue episode to date, and a likely highlight of the season. Recap...
The Scarlet Speedster meets the Crimson Comet in a plot-driven, piece-moving episode.
Team Flash confronts grief to move forward in a strong, dense premiere that capably balances darkness and optimism.
Advance review of the Flash season premiere, titled "The Man Who Saved Central City"
An emotional wallop of a finale defies expectations by focusing heavily on the characters' relationships, slowly building towards a stunning climax.
A rushed cavalcade of fanservice has structural issues, but packs in so much fun that it's hard to criticize.
A distraction both in and out of universe deconstructs the secret identity by way of a horror movie, in which we go bananas over Grodd.
A thrilling episode powers through hefty exposition with adept focus, and propels the main storyline to exhilarating heights.