The Arrowverse has millions upon millions of fans and some of the most creative ones have re-imagined their favorite heroes as villains.
The writer of The Flash tells his own origin story about landing his gig writing DC Comics' Scarlet Speedster.
In an upcoming storyline, the Flash will travel to this famous DC locale in his ongoing quest to understand the newly discovered Strength Force.
The Flash writer Joshua Williamson explains why it's important to let the Rogues shine on their own, teasing a 'dark' storyline.
While the future might one day consist of flying cars, the best we could hope for is our superheroes wearing some better looking gear.
Writer Joshua Williamson talks about The Flash's 'nutty' Year One storyline, Godpseed's return, and reading Young Justice's first scripts.
The Arrowverse is always adding new characters and in some cases, they'll make minor changes.
The Flash writer talks about Wally West's death in Heroes in Crisis, and teases how and when Iris West will react.
Things are continuing to heat up for Barry Allen in DC Comics' The Flash #56, by Joshua Williamson and Scott Kolins.
Following Marvel's example, multiple studios and franchises have tried making shared film universes, but which ones could work and which ones are duds?
Can you name all of the rogues that absolutely thrashed the fastest man alive?
It's Halloween in Central City, and there's a monster on the prowl in DC Comics' The Flash #55, by Joshua Williamson and Scott Kolins.