THE FLASH SEASON TWO DVD REVIEW08:49:00
Good Morning Lovelies,
After only catching a few episodes of season one of The Flash, I fell into season two after having done a lot of research. Building the plots and characters that would lead the TV show in the second season, The Flash is the best it could possibly be.
Starting where the season finale ended (I had seen this episode upon beginning to view this one), the show sees the cliff-hanger get resolved before building the plot into an even bigger DC adventure. Barry Allen, played by Grant Gustin, must take on and save his city once again and with the help of those who continue to stand by him.
In this season of the show, Barry seems gentler. He appears to be allowing viewers to see what has been touched upon before but on a much larger scale and this makes it a lot darker. Barry has to fight his own personal demons while also taking on some of the most famous DC villains of all time. He also has to compete with cross over sequences to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow characters.
Plus with the introduction of parallel worlds, Barry knows that his problems are about to get a lot worse. The show’s creators have faith and trust in Gustin to bring the characters story to life and have made sure to build it to a strong and impossible to match style. Gustin should be proud of the work he is conveying and it is sure to build his career.
Alongside Gustin, Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker have made their characters stronger and people who audiences can look up to. They are not annoying or needing to be saved all the time, but figures who command the screen as much as their leading man. Something more shows could build and do. Especially in the superhero genre.
One of the best things to come out DC in a long time, The Flash season two is one of the strongest TV seasons around. Gustin has made Barry Allen and he will probably be the most famous figure to do so, now and in the future. If the show continues in its third season to be just like this one then Warner Bros and DC have a strong TV future ahead of them with it.
There so I am giving this season a flashing…
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