The Flash FlashBack review

A tale of two Barry’s 


  This was a very interesting episode of  Flash this week. Due to the revelation of Zoom last week Barry the bright idea of traveling back in time to talk to Harrison Wells ( Eobard Thawne ) to get faster. What made this even more intriguing is that no one thought this was a good idea. Even Barry’s logic seemed seemed flawed as he willing to risk everything on a possibly to get faster.Overall the was an extremely fun episode of the Flash that  travel in an excellent way. 

     One of the many things Wells warned him about was disrupting the timeline. Changing events that happened in the past to alter the future. So what’s one of the first things Barry does; tries to alter the past. Due to his meddling he created a “Time Wraith “. Let me start by saying it was very cool to have something hunting down Speedsters that break the rules of time travel. It was also cool to see past Barry working together with future Barry.the show did an excellent job of showing the variations with the past and the present. It was also great to see Eddie Thawne back on an episode again.

  The big question is with all of he small changes that was made by Barry will there be any significant changes. One of the major changes that we already see is that Hartley Rathaway changed sides and now works with team Flash. It seemed like an interesting but cool twist. Now that Barry has the information on how to get faster. What will this lead to and why didn’t he just use Gideon in the first place. Overall a solid episode of the Flash that was a lot of fun.
Score 8.8 out of 10

Author: Delvin Cox

Host of The Delvin Cox Experience and the MicDrop Podcast. Also an all around nice guy.

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