The Flash Season 6: Reverse-Flash Is Back

The Flash has found a way to bring back Eobard Thawne – Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh). This is how they concluded the mysterious Harrison Wells appearances. In this way in this show, Eobard has found some interesting ways to come back. Even if he was killed, he always finds a way to mess with Central City’s Scarlet Speedster.

Ever since the first season of the series, Harrison has one of the consistent elements in the series, and viewers were introduced to one after another. After the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Arrowverse found out about the new changes that were caused to Earth-Prime.

More about the remaining episodes of The Flash Season 6

In the 5-hour crossover, the second half of season 6 of The Flash dealt with a recurring mystery involving Harrison Wells. The current version of the season shows Nash, the doppelganger that keeps trying to find out why he sees versions of himself. However, the most significant thing of Reverse-Flash’s return was actually a hallucination, which warned Nash that “he is coming.”

This hallucination only seemed to be Eobard just posing as Sherloque, but the red eyes were only a warning. After we have seen some past revivals, Eobard’s latest return is the most intense so far on The Flash.

In the 14th episode of the sixth season of The Flash, named “Death of the Speed Force,” the plot showed the origins of the speedsters’ abilities. Barry also figured out that he uses the power of Spectre in order to enter the already damaged extra-dimensional energy source, which is also the cause of the death of Speed Force.

Cisco – Carlos Valdes – came back from his trip, where is analyzed how Earth-Prime was after the Crisis, only to be the first one to find out about the return of Eobard. Cisco tries to connect with Nash, who figures out that something is, indeed, wrong. Cisco finds out that Nash is actually Reverse-Flash