The End Explained
It’s the end of the ArrowThe CW’s series finale is a -verse. The FlashLast night, (May 24), aired. The episode which ended nine seasons of the superhero series also brought an end to one chapter in a television franchise that has encompassed hundreds of episodes and multiple series. The “sort of” part is that Superman & Lois There is a parallel universe that includes actors who are playing different roles in this universe. Arrow-verse.
But did The Flash Finish its run Close the Arrow-verse forever? Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), the man who was the fastest, died in a firestorm of glory. Did this bring the story to an end for the fastest man? Continue reading to find out. The Flash series finale ending, explained.
The Flash Series Finale Ending, Explained:
Barry chose to appeal to Eddie Thawne’s good nature after a fierce battle with the resurrected versions his most feared enemies. See, Eddie had previously sacrificed his own life to save the universe, so wouldn’t he do better with a second chance?
For a little bit, it seems like Eddie is not going to do that, and he — forgive the language — beats the shit out of Barry. Blood dripping from his mouth, Barry tries one last time to explain that he understands he can’t destroy the Negative Speed Force, but what if they worked together? Barry, the positive avatar of the Speed Force (since he is Barry), and the Negative Speed Force would be working against each other. You get it, right? No? Doesn’t matter, because Eddie smashes the blue crystal that was making the Negative Speed Force tempt him, and agrees. It’s a new day for the forces, and time to wrap up the action part of the episode.
On the dramatic side, which made a lot more sense let’s be honest, Iris (Candice Patton) finally gives birth to a happy, healthy baby girl named Nora, named after Barry’s mother. This isn’t a huge surprise to anyone because the older version of Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) from the future has been hanging around the show for years. She’s even outside the hospital room, waiting for herself to be born — and later cradles herself in a direct violation of Time Cop rules.
The gang bids farewell to Khione (Danielle Panabaker), who had been inhabiting Caitlin’s body. Khione surprises Caitlin by bringing her back to life. Caitlin is no longer powerful but she’s happy to be with her friends. She also later buries the hatchet with Barry (they had a fight the last time they had seen each other pre-Khione) and brings about some resolution with Mark Blaine (Jon Cor), who had been in love with Caitlin’s anti-hero double Killer Frost (who also died).
Then it’s time for a baby-welcome party, but Joe West (Jesse L. Martin) steals the spotlight by using the opportunity to propose to his baby mama Cecile (Danielle Nicolet). She says yes. Everyone cheers.
…But that’s not the end, because there’s still time for one final The Flash post-title sequence. In it, Barry tells Baby Nora to stop crying and that he’ll tell her a story. He tells them that the battle will never end, but perhaps they can stop the violence by sharing their gifts. Barry then shoots lightning in the air and gives his power to 3 other people. Avery Ho is Piper Curda, Max Mercury is Trevor Carroll and Jess Chambers is Hana Destiny Huggins. Avery Ho previously appeared on The FlashThe other two characters are introduced for the first time in the final minutes of this episode. Who are they?
Who are Avery Ho Max Mercury and Jess Chambers? What are the New Flashes?
In the comics it is Jess Chambers who is the Flash on Earth-11. Jess Chambers was the first non-binary superhero introduced in comics. The Flash.
Max Mercury is an old-school comic book character that is the wisest of all speedsters. He offers folklore wisdom in place of pure science. He goes by the clever code name “Max Mercury.”
As mentioned earlier, And Avery appeared previously on The Flash. In her prior appearances, she was just referred to as “Avery” and was a romantic interest for Bart (Jordan Fisher) — Barry and Iris’ other kid — in the future. This episode confirms her identity as Avery Ho. She was also known as The Flash in comics, and became a Justice League of China member later.
Are there three other Flashes instead? Are there three other Flashes?
Barry Allen will still be The Flash at the end of the series. He doesn’t die, and he doesn’t give up his powers. In fact, as Older Nora teases there are still plenty of adventures to come: she mentions that if they thought her birth was insane, wait until they get to Bart’s. Barry gave a bit of his powers to others, just as Stephen Amell (Oliver Queen) did when he first introduced the character on. Arrow.
Although, it is essentially true The Flash It is completed, and the ArrowWhether the -verse ends or is on its last legs, depending on whom you speak to, heroes will survive.
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