‘The Flash’ Season 2: More New Heroes And Villains

The Flash Season 2 will appear on the screen in October, and fans are excited to find out more about the upcoming plot and new characters. Fortunately, the producers won't let them die from curiosity by providing new facts almost every week.

As the Inquisitr recently reported, The Flash Season 2 will show us Cisco Ramon's development into new superhero.

"In the comics, Cisco Ramon is known as Vibe. He presents one of the few capable enough to hold his own against the Flash, possessing the power to create shock waves, harness interdimensional travel abilities, and disrupt the Speed Force, the force which powers DC's speedier superheroes and many of those related to the Flash, so it is in the Flash's best interest to keep him on his side."
The superhero, which is the name assumed by two transmuted men, Ronnie Raymond (Amell) and Martin Stein (Victor Garber), also possesses the ability to transmute matter into other forms. Unfortunately, the first season failed to showcase it.

However, the Vibe will not be the only new superhero on the show. According to the Christian Post, the second season will grant the fans another hero - Firestorm, whose powers were already revealed in the Season 1, though their display did not have any particular impact on the plot. Amell revealed that they did have a scene in Season 1 where the character used its key abilities.

"There's a scene where Danielle [Panabaker]'s character is checking my temperature and giving me the once-over. I call Victor in the room and we merge, and I turn her thermometer into a daffodil. It was just like a really nice, sweet way of showing … because she's asking if we're going to be OK, and I'm like, 'Actually, we're getting pretty good at this whole Firestorm thing. And we merge without even missing a beat and turn that into a flower. It was a nice moment, but ultimately it just didn't hold any bearing on the plot."
The powers of good and evil should be balanced – therefore, there will be new villains on the show as well. It's hard to find a qualitative archenemy after the Reverse-Flash, but according to the WhatCulture, there are many decent options for the producers of the show: starting with the Thinker and ending with Mirror Master.

Let's cross our fingers and hope for the most thorough villains' and heroes' stories; after all, they were beautiful in The Flash Season 1.

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