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The Flashcast: THE FLASH Podcast S2E20 – Rupture

The Flash Nicholas Gonzalez Rupture

CW‘s The Flash Rupture Review. The Flashcast: The Flash Podcast: Season 2, Episode 20: Rupture is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Steven Bueno and Kristian Cabrera (from The League of Ordinary Gentlemen) analyze and discuss their thoughts or predictions about the latest episode of CW’s The Flash.

The Flash: Season 2 Episode 20: Rupture‘s plot synopsis (spoilers):”With Barry powerless, the team rigs a hologram of the Flash to stop crime around the city so that no one knows the truth. Wells again proposes recreating the particle accelerator explosion. Barry goes to his father, Henry, for advice, who returns with him back to Central City. Henry argues with Wells over his procedure for returning Barry’s powers, concerned for his son’s safety. Zoom and Caitlin arrive back on Earth-1, with Zoom declaring the city under his control. The Earth-2 version of Dante Ramon, “Rupture”, arrives on Earth-1 looking to kill Cisco for killing his Earth-2 brother. Zoom sends Rupture after the police to send the city a message. Barry and the police stop Rupture, but Zoom arrives and kills the officers himself, and Rupture for failing. He then publicly announces the Flash’s disappearance. Realizing that he cannot stop Zoom without his powers, Barry agrees to Wells’ plan. During the process, Barry is seemingly vaporized, while Jesse and Wally are caught in the blast.”

The Flash: Season 2 Episode 20: Rupture starred Grant GustinCandice PattonDanielle PanabakerCarlos ValdesJesse L. Martin,and Victor Garber

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About the author

Steven Bueno

I regularly keep up with Gotham, The Flash, Constantine, Daredevil, and Arrow along with any animated movie DC releases. I have no personal preference when it comes to any comic book company but am a fan of the visual genre in general.

I grew up in the 90's and was lucky enough to grow up with both the Batman series and the Superman Animated series along with shows like Teen Titans and even kept up with short lived series like young justice. I regularly keep up with the latest news on future movie/television adaptations of comic books.

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