Earth-X Flash Identity Revealed In Arrowverse Crossover Set Images

The identity of the Earth-X version of The Flash has been revealed in set photos from the upcoming Arrowverse crossover Crisis on Earth-X.

When the four The CW Arrowverse shows cross over in “Crisis on Earth-X” this November, we will be meeting villainous alternate versions of all of our main heroes from Earth-X, an earth where the Nazis won World War II. Earlier today, we got our first look at the evil version of Supergirl from Earth-X thanks to some set photos and now the identity of the evil version of The Flash has been revealed.

Thanks to Twitter user @ThemysciraBound, we now have confirmation that Tom Cavanagh — who has played numerous iterations of Harrison Wells on The Flash, the first of whom we met being the first version of Reverse Flash that was introduced — will once again don the yellow speedster suit as the evil Earth-X Flash. In the comics, the character is known as Blitzen, from Earth-10. Check out the images below:

The Flash stars Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash, Candice Patton as Iris West, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon/Vibe, Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells, Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West and Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West/Kid Flash. Here is the official synopsis:

Running up against an evil time remnant version of yourself is something no one should ever have to do, but that’s exactly what faced Barry Allen (aka The Flash) as he fought to save the life of fiancée Iris West from the God of Speed known as Savitar. Barry’s victory was short-lived, however, as an unbalanced Speed Force began to wreak havoc on Central City, forcing Barry to sacrifice himself for the greater good. With The Fastest Man Alive now trapped inside an extra-dimensional energy, and unknown dangers lurking in the shadows, it will be up to Team Flash to free Barry from his own personal Hell.

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/9c on The CW. The “Crisis on Earth-X” crossover event will air on November 27th (Supergirl and Arrow) and the 28th (The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow).

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