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THE FLASH: First Look at Danielle Panabaker as Killer Frost [The CW]

Danielle Panabaker Killer Frost The Flash

First Image Released of Danielle Panabaker as Killer Frost on The Flash. We were given a future glimpse of Danielle Panabaker’s Caitlyn Snow as her alter ego Killer Frost during the season one finale of The Flash. The actress revealed another image of her as the icy villain recently.

Despite the new yet similar look as the super villainess, the new image of Killer Frost turned out to be shot from the first season rather than one coming from an upcoming episode. During an appearance on The Talk (via, Danielle Panabaker talked about what it was like to become Killer Frost for a quick stint. “I’m such a girl and I love getting dressed up in that look,” she said about suiting up as the frosty baddie. She also added:

We changed; we started working on the look a couple months before it actually shot, so our first suit was a one piece, kind of like Catwoman’s. Very sexy. But it didn’t feel quite right, so then we changed it to be like a top and these really cool leather pants. The hair was awesome. It started actually as a short little pixie wig and we just kept adding more and more hair, as you do. It’s great. I’m really excited.

It’s unclear if the actress’ comments refer to Killer Frost possibility returning to The Flash this year or sometime in the future. If she does end up appearing this year, the show might go with an Earth-2 version of her, but we’ll have to find out ourselves. What do you guys think?

Danielle Panabaker Killer Frost The Flash

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