Fujiwara wrote:[spoiler=Arrow 3x09]That- That did not just happen. I mean what?!
And what's more - that's the cliffhanger I've got to live with for 6 weeks?
I don't think I can survive that D:[/spoiler]
ProfParanoia wrote:Hime-Chan wrote:[soiler]
Puto wrote:Double-posting, but whatever. Let's talk about the Reverse Flash. Clearly they filtered his voice to avoid letting viewers be able to identify who he is via the voice. So let's try to undo some of that filtering and see if the voice is recognisable:
Pitched it up by 5.5 semitones (slightly less than half an octave), and...
It is your destiny to lose to me, Flash. Just as it was your mother's destiny to die that night.
[spoiler]Yeah, it's definitely Wells.[/spoiler]
[spoiler]So if there are 2, who would be the second one? Why does Wells keep Barry alive? Surely, the timeline has already been altered!
I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just a bit confused ^^[/spoiler]
Hime-Chan wrote:[spoiler]Why does Wells keep Barry alive?[/spoiler]
Puto wrote:Hime-Chan wrote:[spoiler]Why does Wells keep Barry alive?[/spoiler]
I may be talking out of my ass a bit, but I seem to recall reading that one version of the Reverse Flash was a dangerously-obsessed fanboy of Barry, who became a villain to 'help him improve' and got too carried away with that.
Puto wrote:Do we really still need spoiler tags by this point? Somebody who isn't up to date by this point isn't going to visit this thread to begin with.
Personally, I think that the Reverse Flash/Wells in this series is an amalgam of Thawne and Zolomon from the comics—Zolomon's obsession with 'improving' Flash and being in a wheelchair, and Thawne's 25th century origin, identity, and being the one who killed Flash's mother. And of course, Eddie would be his ancestor, which is why he spared him alone during that confrontation.
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