Many fans of The Flash found themselves asking the same question at the end of the show’s third season: “What has happened to this show I used to love?”
It was a valid question. When it debuted in 2014, The Flash was a sensation. Though ostensibly a spinoff of Arrow, the show had little in common with that dark, gritty, street-level vigilante show. The Flash embraced the sense of wonder and elation at the heart of superhero stories. Being a superpowered crime-fighter wasn’t presented as a grim burden, but as something exciting and morally righteous. Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen was an endlessly charming lead, his affable, nerdy ...
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