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FLASH TV Show Supporting Cast on Tonight’s ARROW

Quick note: Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes will appear as Caitlin Snow and Cisco Ramon on tonight’s episode of Arrow. The characters, based on Killer Frost and Vibe, are members of the Flash supporting cast and will appear as regulars on that show if the CW picks it up as a series. See also the latest DC All-Access episode:

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Flash TV Show Quick Update: Studio Screening Today

Flash TV News reports that the Flash TV pilot is screening today at the studio. We should know by May 15 whether the show gets picked up for a fall 2014 series.

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Media Blitz! Venditti and Jensen Talk With CBR About Wally West and More!

New Flash writers Robert Venditti and Van Jensen are featured today at Comic Book Resources in an interview about their plans for Wally West, the Rogues and more as their run begins with issue #30 on April 30.   While some parts of Wally’s New 52 debut are still secret, we get a sense of the imporance of his relationship with Barry…and how long they plan to keep Wally as a big part of the series.  Follow the jump to get the details!

On the relationship between Barry and Wally:

Jensen: I think the big thing again is that we are really focusing on the relationship between Barry and Wally. That’s what’s most compelling because it’s quite a bit different from what we’ve seen before. In a really interesting way, there’s just an innovative wrinkle that makes it interesting to write and, we hope, read.

Venditti: I think that it is a relationship unique to pretty much any other relationship in the New 52. I don’t know if we’ve seen two characters dealt with in the same way in the New 52 than we have with these two.

Jensen: It’s definitely something different for superhero comics. And it’s been that way with everything with this series. Their relationship being the core of the story that we’re telling has been extremely enjoyable to write.

Venditti: And Wally is going to be a huge part of the cast as I was saying earlier. Not just the focal point of this initial arc but he’s going to be around for a long time to come. We’re not just reintroducing the character now because of certain stories that we have in mind for the character. It’s all based on character. And it’s all about how Barry affects Wally and Wally affects Barry and the two of them and everyone around them.

On whether Wally will have super speed:

Venditti: I think it’s too early to talk about that but I will say that the power set and the Speed  Force are both going to be an integral part of this arc that Van and I starting in “The Flash Annual” #3.

On plans for Rogues (both classic and new villains):

Jensen: We’re actually doing both. One of the most fun things in getting to work on “The Flash” is his rogues gallery. I don’t want to spoil anything but we are going to see this really interesting blend of existing rogues and some new rogues and some forgotten rogues. It’s really been a cool creator challenge to gather future and present storylines while introducing new stuff, as well as reintroducing other things. And again, we’re doing that while making sure that we’re developing the characters. And we’re also really looking at the Rogues and creating some really new wrinkles for them, in addition to bringing in some colorful new foils for Flash.

On Brett Booth taking on the art duties:

Venditti: Brett and [inker] Norm [Rapmund] bring so much energy with their art work. I get a real sense as the pages are coming in not only of how the art looks but also how well we are all responding with one another on our e-mail chains. We are all having a lot of fun on this title and everybody is really excited about it. It’s created a really great work environment not just in terms of the quality of what they’re doing and the energy that they are bringing to the story and the layouts and character designs — there are lot of new costumes designs and new villains that Van was alluding to earlier — but also just overall talking back and forth with those guys has been a great time.

Jensen: Brett has been a fan of the Flash for years and years and years, and you can just tell how incredibly excited he is to be working on the book by how much energy he brings. I had not worked with him before so it’s been a real treat to see those pages pop into my inbox. And every one is better than the last one.

The full story has further details on their plans for Barry, his role in the greater DC Universe, hints at the state of Central City and more!  Check out the full story at CBR for the full piece!

What do you think of the latest news about the future of THE FLASH?

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grantgust Me and the pilot king himself, David Nutter a few weeks ago. #Flash

grantgust Me and the pilot king himself, David Nutter a few weeks ago. #Flash

Early Preview is up for Flash #30

Flash #30The first issue of The Flash by the new creative team won’t hit shelves until the end of the month, but DC has released a preview already (Newsarama). The issue opens five years into the future, with the Flash making a horrifying discovery, before the story jumps back to the present day.

THE FLASH #30
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSEN
Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
1:25 MAD Variant cover
On sale APRIIL 23 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

An all-new creative team makes its debut to show the deadly consequences of The Flash’s speed powers. During the traumatic events of FOREVER EVIL, Central City suffered the worst that the Crime Syndicate could dish out. Now The Flash has returned to make things right, but there are limits to what even the Fastest Man Alive can do!

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The first issue of The Flash by the new creative team won’t hit shelves until the end of the month, but DC has released a preview already (Newsarama). The issue opens five years into the future, with the Flash making a horrifying discovery, before the story jumps back to the present day.
THE FLASH #30Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSENArt and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND1:25 MAD Variant coverOn sale APRIIL 23 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
An all-new creative team makes its debut to show the deadly consequences of The Flash’s speed powers. During the traumatic events of FOREVER EVIL, Central City suffered the worst that the Crime Syndicate could dish out. Now The Flash has returned to make things right, but there are limits to what even the Fastest Man Alive can do!

The first issue of The Flash by the new creative team won’t hit shelves until the end of the month, but DC has released a preview already (Newsarama). The issue opens five years into the future, with the Flash making a horrifying discovery, before the story jumps back to the present day.

THE FLASH #30
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSEN
Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
1:25 MAD Variant cover
On sale APRIIL 23 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

An all-new creative team makes its debut to show the deadly consequences of The Flash’s speed powers. During the traumatic events of FOREVER EVIL, Central City suffered the worst that the Crime Syndicate could dish out. Now The Flash has returned to make things right, but there are limits to what even the Fastest Man Alive can do!