This article contains SPOILERS for The Flash season 8 episode 3. Black Lightning and Barry Allen try to prevent Armageddon, while the rest of his team splits into factions in this week’s episode of The Flash Season 8. Check out our recap of last week’s episode here!. This episode starts...
The Flash season 8 is bringing back Ronnie Raymond despite the character having died at the end of season 1. Here’s how he might return to the series. How Robbie Amell’s Firestorm can return to The Flash season 8 despite being dead. Ronnie Raymond — Caitlin Snow’s husband and one-half of the superhero duo once known as Firestorm — died at the end of The Flash season 1, but Amell is set to reprise the role once more in season 8. With the “Armageddon” five-episode special event pulling out game-changing story arcs, there are a plethora of ways for Firestorm to reappear.
It seems Caitlin’s frequent mentioning of her ex on The Flash this season was laying the groundwork for a comeback: Robbie Amell will reprise his role as Ronnie Raymond (aka one half of the original Firestorm) during two episodes of Season 8, EW.com reports. Amell will first appear in Episode 11, long after the current “Armageddon” five-part event wraps up on Dec. 14. (The series will then resume with fresh installments on its new night, Wednesday, March 9.) No details are currently available about how Amell’s character will return or in what form. Ronnie was first introduced in Season 1 as Caitlin’s...
Robbie Amell Will Guest Star In The Flash Season 8. Will the fury of Firestorm live again in the Arrowverse? EW is reporting that Robbie Amell will reprise his role as Ronnie Raymond in two episodes of The Flash season 8. However, story details about Amell’s Arrowverse comeback are currently under wraps.
A fan favorite Central City OG is returning to “The Flash” this season. Robbie Amell is set to appear once again as Ronnie Raymond for a two-episode run, TheWrap has confirmed. Raymond was one half of the original Firestorm, thanks to the particle accelerator explosion that also gave Barry Allen...
The Flash is bringing back another familiar face. Robbie Amell, who last appeared on The Flash Season 3, is returning for a two-episode arc. Entertainment Weekly broke the news, but there's no telling whether he will be playing Ronnie again or if he will be on board as a new character.
Just as Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) is thinking she may be ready to put herself out there after losing her husband, Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell), technically twice, she’s likely getting a blast from her past in The Flash Season 8. Amell is appearing in two episodes following the five-part “Armageddon”...
A heavy storm is coming to "The Flash," but at least it's one that fans are familiar with. For over seven seasons, the CW superhero drama has presented viewers with all kinds of superpowered characters. Indeed, from Killer Frost to Kid Flash and Eobard Thawne, "The Flash" fans have become acquainted with a wide variety of both heroes and villains alike over the years. However, it looks like the series' eighth season is gearing up to reignite the flame of one fan-favorite superhero.
Ronnie Raymond is back! Robbie Amell, who played half of the original Firestorm, is making a guest appearance on Season 8 of The Flash. While details of his return to the Arrowverse are locked away somewhere in the Speed Force, Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Amell will appear in two episodes of the superhero series’ current season, starting with Episode 11.
Artists: Brandon Peterson, Andrei Bressan and Tom Derenick. Though her intentions are unclear, Doctor Multiverse, while she battles Earth-8’s Retaliators, warns that the Multiverse is in grave danger on various fronts. Darkseid has tricked a version of Barry Allen to run so fast he creates a fissure in order for the Lord of Apokolips to take whatever power he deems necessary. Barry used the Speed Force to trap Darkseid. Now a new group called the Justice League Incarnate, whose base – the House of Heroes – is in a fixed point in the Multiverse’s lifeblood. The Earth-0 Flash is the key to finding Barry with the aid of the Quantum Treadmill. If he isn’t found soon, all that exists could perish at Darkseid’s hand.
After stealing the power of the Speed Force from the Flash, Deathstroke was forever changed by his experience wielding the otherworldly power. When Deathstroke steals the Flash‘s Speed Force, it alters his perspective on life, thus changing him forever. There are few characters within the DC Universe that have gone toe-to-toe with Deathstroke and have lived to talk about it. Deathstroke has fought one-on-one against Batman, Wonder Woman, and the Flash, for example. However, with each fight, he came way too close to defeating the heroes permanently. Now, Deathstroke is on a mission of good, using his ninja skills for something closer to justice than his usual murder. The beginning of that journey was after Deathstroke stole the Flash’s powers—an event that had a profound effect on the villain.
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This THE FLASH: ARMAGEDDON article contains spoilers. Something is very wrong in the world of The Flash. STAR Labs as we know it may well be gone. Gideon has been deactivated. A major character appears to be dead. And Barry seems to be unraveling, right before our eyes. Look, when...