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The trailer has some fun stuff, but most of it is really just a recap of the first two seasons of “The Flash.”
The first half is a look at the characters from the Flashpoint universe, including the Reverse Flash, who has been trying to save the world for some time.
It also includes a brief tease for the sequel, “Legends of Tomorrow,” which will be set in the Flash’s alternate timeline.
The second half is what fans of the show will want to see.
The first two episodes are filled with fun and silly scenes, and the second half features the most exciting, action-packed episode yet.
There are plenty of big-screen characters to choose from, too.
There’s Wally West, Flash’s nemesis and the father of Barry Allen, as well as Supergirl, Cyborg, Cyborg’s love interest, and Green Lantern, who is set to be played by Ezra Miller.
Fans will also be able to see more of the character’s origin story in this new season.
Wally is trying to use a piece of his DNA to save his life and become a hero.
After he gets his DNA from the Reverse, he discovers that the Reverse’s daughter has a similar genetic condition that makes her susceptible to the Reverse Effect.
The Reverse then tries to take control of Barry’s body by sending a clone of himself to his lab.
He creates an artificial clone, and he tries to get the Reverse to get rid of his clone, but the clone turns against him and is captured.
Flash then discovers the clone’s true identity and the Reverse sends a duplicate to kill him.
Flash realizes that the clone is the Reverse and uses his powers to save him.
The season ends with the Flash traveling back to the future to defeat the Reverse.
Wally then decides to take on the Reverse again.
The first episode of the season also introduced the new villain The Green Lantern Corps, who was created by Hal Jordan, and are led by Hal.
Green Lanterns have a unique set of powers, and one of their greatest abilities is to turn their energy into energy blasts.
Their first mission was to steal a powerful energy shield from the Central Power Battery.
They are forced to fight against a Green Lantern named The Flash.
They were able to defeat The Flash, but they are still searching for a way to steal the energy shield that the Central Battery is based on.
The Flash will be joined by Supergirl and Cyborg, who are set to debut in the second season.
Both of them have their own origin stories, and both are coming to the show as allies.
Cyborg is a superpowered soldier who has a very special mission: He wants to use his power to help his family.
Supergirl is a young orphan who’s trying to find her own place in the world.
She gets to be her own person, with a different identity and a new mission.
She has her own agenda, but with her new power, she’ll be able help save the city.
This is a very important episode for the character.
We know that Flash has been battling the Reverse since the beginning of the Flash TV show.
But the second-to-last episode also features a very big reveal.
The Flash is actually the Reverse that is controlling The Flash from the future.
It turns out that Barry’s own Reverse is not The Flash’s, but instead a clone created by The Reverse.
So when he is in a position to save The Flash and defeat the clone, he does it anyway.
This is a big, big, surprise for fans.