Tuesday, 17 May 2016

The Flash Season 2, Ep 22. "Invincible" Images Reveal Un-Dead, Reverb and Killer Frost?

Episode 22 "Invincible" will be one of the most talked about episodes in Season 2 of "The Flash".

We're just a day away from the premiere of Episode 22, "Invincible" of "The Flash". And the episode is set to be stuffed to the brim with more meta-humans from Earth-2, arriving alongside Black Siren (Katie Cassidy). Episode 22, "Invincible" is the penultimate episode of Season 2 of "The Flash", and the episode is expected to be massive in scale. From an army of meta-humans arriving on Earth-1, to the unexpected return of some dead meta-humans of Earth-2, Episode 22 "Invincible" will likely be one of the most talked about episodes of "The Flash" this season.

Last week's episode of "Runaway Dinosaur" gave us a visual depiction of Barry Allen traversing through the Speed-Force nexus to catch the lightning which gave Barry Allen his speedster abilities in the first place. During his visit to the nexus of the Speed-Force, Barry was confronted with spectres of death, attempting to convince Barry of the truth, which would inevitably set him free, and it did. Once Barry Allen was able to cope with the loss he hadn't been able to face since he was a child(i.e. the death of his mother), Barry was able to catch the lightning in his hand, and return to his Earth.

In itself, that episode would have made an amazing season finale. The depiction of Barry Allen fully going through the transformation into The Flash was expertly portrayed on-screen, credits need to be given to Kevin Smith, whom directed the episode. Aside from Episode 21 "Runaway Dinosaur", the episode did great in setting up the massive conflict set to take place in Episode 22. And with Episode 22 "Invincible" setting the stage for a massive battle to take place between Team Flash and Team Zoom, it's only leading up to an even bigger confrontation between Hunter Zolomon a.k.a. Zoom and Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash during the Season Two Finale of "The Flash". But for now, we need to focus on Episode 22 "Invincible", which is set to air tomorrow night. The Episode Synopsis for "Invincible" can be seen below.

Synopsis for Episode 22 "Invincible":

After Zoom (guest star Teddy Sears) unleashes an army of Earth-2 meta-humans on Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) is shaken when he sees their leader is the Black Canary’s Earth-2 doppelganger, the Black Siren (guest star Katie Cassidy). Meanwhile, Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale) takes to the streets to help The Flash stop the meta-humans, which worries Joe (Jesse L. Martin). Iris (Candice Patton) and Henry (guest star John Wesley Shipp) are concerned about Barry taking on Zoom

We get a decent picture of what Episode 22 "Invincible" will hold for the titular heroes of Team Flash, from the synopsis provided. Along with the note of Wally West joining Barry Allen/The Flash on the streets to combat Zoom's army of meta-humans. That tidbit included in the synopsis for Episode 22 "Invincible" all but confirms Wally West exhibiting meta-human abilities and his intent to use them to help The Flash. Or Wally West could be assisting his father, Joe West in handling the meta-human criminals on the street. We won't know how Wally West fits into the episode until "Invincible" airs tomorrow. However, we do have some more promotional images to go over, which reveal something very shocking and unexpected to the television series, "The Flash" in Episode 22 "Invincible".

Reverb and Killer Frost are back??

Yes, they are indeed alive. But how? The image embedded above is from Episode 22 "Invincible", wherein Cisco Ramon a.k.a. Reverb of Earth-2 and Caitlin Snow a.k.a. Killer Frost are standing beside Black Siren (Katie Cassidy), whom is expected to lead Zoom's army of meta-humans. We haven't seen the Earth-2 doppelganger of Laurel Lance yet on "The Flash" but we now have a clear image of her standing alongside some villains of Earth-2 whom were thought to be dead. We saw Zoom execute Reverb and Killer Frost after Zoom captured the Caitlin Snow of Earth-1. But we can see them alive in the image embedded above. There's currently no explanation for this happening, but we can expect that it has to do with a previous element introduced on "The Flash".

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