All seems right in The Flash universe with the return of Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost in the season four premiere of the hit CW show. But what had Snow been up to prior to Barry Allen/ The Flash being rescued from the Speed Force and what’s her connection to the mysterious Amunet Black?
At the end of season three, Snow disappeared, and Team Flash was left to wonder where she was going and if she would ever reappear. Cisco Ramone/Vibe finds her in a not-so-savory bar and recruits her to help the team bring The Flash back just in time to save Central City. This left fans wondering where Snow disappeared to for several months.
In the upcoming episode five of this season, Killer Frost will make a return during Iris’s bachelorette party. Actress Danielle Panabaker had this to say of her character’s alter ego making an untimely appearance:
“When Killer Frost shows up, Iris has a lot of compassion for Killer Frost and a lot of compassion for Caitlin and is pivotal in helping Caitlin reconcile herself with her past and some of the mistakes that Killer Frost made.”
The episode will provide some insight into Snow’s recent past. But what of Amunet Black, the unfamiliar name mentioned at the end of episode one? According to Natalie Abrams of Entertainment Weekly, Black and Snow’s connection will be explored in-depth in episode five, and the night will prove to be enlightening for all the ladies involved.
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.
The Flash Season 4 airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
7 Great Deathstroke Stories That Could Inspire The Movie
Now that fans know Deathstroke will be getting his own movie directed by The Raid’s Gareth Evans, it’s time for everyone to brush up on their Slade Wilson knowledge. Deathstroke is DC’s deadliest assassin and one of the smartest tacticians in the world, as well as the oldest foe of the Teen Titans. He’s even taken on the whole Bat-family single-handedly and escaped, proving just how tough of a fighter he is.
The movie will likely depict him as an anti-hero of sorts, a relatively new status for the character. Throughout most of his history Deathstroke has always been more of a self-interested fighter than a righteous man, but recently he’s developed a conscious and a desire to help people in DC Rebirth. He was even one of the main villains in the Batman: Arkham Origins game, proving that audiences are ready for more Slade Wilson.
Hit Next to learn about seven great Deathstroke stories that could inspire the movie!