[Warning: Spoilers ahead from the Arrow/The Flash crossover episode, "The Brave and the Bold."]
The CW's Flash-Arrow crossover event finished up with Wednesday's Arrow hour. While the biggest Arrow moment occurred during The Flash hour (as Oliver ran into his ex/baby), a few important things went down in "The Brave and the Bold."
With five television series based on DC comic book series currently on the schedule — NBC's Constantine, Fox's Gotham as well as The CW's Arrow, The Flash and midseason entry iZombie — and no less than 10 movies based on DC properties in the works during the next six years, DC Entertainment chief creative officer Geoff Johns is a busy man. Add to that his monthly writing duties on the Justice League and Superman comic book series, and he's a very busy man.
[WARNING: spoilers ahead for Tuesday's episode of The Flash, "The Flash Is Born."]
Arrow's got the dark and gritty thing down to a tee, but CW's The Flash has the humor. It's so funny, in fact, that it even makes us forget the moral ambiguities of locking up villains in the prison beneath a lab run by a (possibly evil?) scientist. Seriously, will these villains ever get their day in court? But we'll overlook that because the show is just too much fun.
The Flash's Harrison Wells is becoming more of a mystery with each passing week.
As The CW's Arrow spinoff continues its freshman run, Warner Bros. Television and DC Entertainment created a series of seven custom-illustrated character cards for each of the regulars, including one for Tom Cavanagh's STAR Labs head.