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The Flash Review - "Things You Can't Outrun" S1E3

So episode three of The Flash, “Things You Can’t Outrun” aired last night. First off let me preface this by saying I’m legitimately enjoying this show. 1,246 more words

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The Flash faces "Things You Can't Outrun"

“I didn’t want him to be a hero. I wanted him to be my husband.”

So are the words said by Caitlin Snow, recalling her dead fiance Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell) as she descends into the particle accelerator for the first time since it went haywire. 869 more words

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The Flash Season 1 Episode 3 "Things You Can't Outrun" Recap

The Flash now gets its very own “My Name…” is intro. Since the proposed Supergirl series is from the same people I am wondering if it does become a TV show, will we get “My name is Kara Kent…” I digress. 1,497 more words

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The Poison of Narratives: A thought on Iris

If you’ve watched anything political than you know what a narrative is, it is the a summary of a single concept or a person. It’s the notion that you can put together the many complicated bits of an issue and place it into a neat package to deliver to the masses. 724 more words

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'The Flash Review': Season 1 Ep. 2 "The Fastest Man Alive"

The second episode of ‘The Flash’ premiered this past Tuesday and here are our thoughts on “The Fastest Man Alive”.

Episode 2 picks up from last week with Barry Allen adjusting to his new powers and trying to balance his daily life with his new superhero alter ego.   518 more words

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The Flash, supporter of the all taco diet: Goon Reviews Flash "Fastest Man Alive"

Mmm, Power Bars.  A superheros best friend.

We open like we did last time, with a voice over from Barry, usual stuff, I’m a hero, I do heroic stuff, blah blah blah, pretty usual fair.   1,624 more words

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The Flash Episode 1: "Pilot" Review

To be perfectly honest this was one of the main reasons I was so adamant on catching up on Arrow. Sure I soon learned that Arrow, in my opinion, greatly improved in its second season, but I was much more interested in this obviously more lighthearted and superhuman filled series. 404 more words

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