The Flash finally released after many years of delays and alterations so we just had to talk about it. The conversation covers nostalgia, subjective enjoyment and babies in microwaves.
The Flash completed its nine-season run and Kneel Before Pod had to get the show out of its system by discussing it. The conversation covers meandering plotting, using guest stars and Cecile’s commuting troubles.
The Flash is finally out in cinemas but it isn’t the first time the comic book “Flashpoint” story has been adapted. The first was a 2013 animated movie called Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and the second was an episode of The Flash TV show titled “Flashpoint”. We look back on these two previous attempts to adapt this story and speculate about the film. Did we get it right? Listen and find out.
Barry Allen uses time travel to prevent his mother’s murder and radically alters the world in Andy Muschietti’s The Flash.
“A New World, Part 3 – Finale”
The Flash and the Arrowverse ends with a final battle against the Negative Speed Force, a birth and the dawn of a better world.
“A New World, Part 3 – Changes”
The Flash prepares for the final episode with a resurrection and a corrupting influence looking for revenge.
“A New World, Part 2 – The Blues”
The Flash details the other side of the story with Team Flash reacting to Barry’s disappearance and becoming aware of the new threat.
“A New World Part 1: Reunions”
The Flash starts to build towards its endgame with a visit to a formative time in Barry’s life as well as the tease of a new threat.
“It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I Want to”
The Flash celebrates Barry’s birthday with the return of an old friend and an old enemy.
“Partners In Time”
The Flash traps Barry and Iris in the Speed Lab as Chester and Allegra navigate the depths of their feelings for each other.