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SDCC 2016: CW’s ‘The Flash’ S3 Trailer Changes Everything!

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CW’s The Flash has been the shining light for DC. It is easily one of my favorite television shows, and now, it is bringing one of my favorite storylines to the small screen, FlashPoint! The first teaser trailer for Season 3 went live this past weekend at the San Diego Comic-Con.

The new footage is great and shows that Barry has made a huge mistake going back into time and saving his mother. The timeline is in serious trouble. All of Barry’s allies are doing other things, and now to have his mother and father back, Barry must sacrifice everything else. This is a conclusion that Barry Allen has spent 2 seasons fighting for. He knows that his decision will have dire consequences, but he still chose to do it anyway.

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Can Barry survive the Flashpoint in ‘The Flash’? Image: CW

Have I mentioned, this trailer is the first time we are getting to see Wally as Kid Flash!! His costume looks great. The next season of The Flash will be exciting!

Every villain that Barry fought so hard to stop is now back. How will he defeat them all again and save the day? The Flash will have his hands full, will he be fast enough to make things right? What is going on with all the visions that he is having? Could they be time remnants of other timelines?

Check out the Season 3 Trailer below:

Season 3 will see Barry having to fight a new villain, Doctor Alchemy, all by himself. According to Aaron Helbing,  “He’s a bad dude and he’s going to be a formidable adversary to The Flash and everyone on the team.” Tobin Bell (Saw) will be the voice of Doctor Alchemy. He is best known for being the voice of Jigsaw in the Saw film franchise.

The Flash stars  Grant Gustin,  Candice Patton, and  Danielle Panabaker.

Brad Repka
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