A new preview for The CW’s “Armageddon Part 2” has been finally released which will mark the second episode of the five-part event which will kickstart the eighth season of The Flash. This week saw The Flash’s (played by Grant Gustin) peaceful ongoings are suddenly disrupted by the mysterious Despero (played by Tony Curran). Despero hails from the future with the intent of killing Barry, while also revealing that he is the reason why the world shall end in the coming ten years. While The Flash tries to buy some time on his hands to prove that he cannot be the person Despero thinks, the preview surprisingly gives a reason why Barry Allen can the villain of the whole story.
A new preview for The CW’s “Armageddon Part 2” Is Here!
The preview is down below for you to read which sees Despero suggesting that The Flash ends up losing his mind at a point in the future, becoming a threat to mankind than a superhero. In a synopsis that was previously released, fans came to know that this shall prompt Barry to seek advice from Black Lightning (played by Cress Williams).
Here’s the synopsis released by The CW:
THE FLASH SEEKS HELP FROM BLACK LIGHTNING – Despero (guest star Tony Curran) warns The Flash (Grant Gustin) that great tragedies will befall the speedster and cause him to lose his mind. Once that happens, Armageddon will begin. Determined to prove Despero wrong, Barry doubles down on proving his innocence but a devastating revelation from Iris (Candice Patton) pushes him to the edge and sends him to seek counsel from Black Lightning (guest star Cress Williams). Menhaj Huda directed the episode written by Jonathan Butler & Gabriel Garza.
Talking about the mega Armageddon event, Eric Wallace, who serves as the showrunner on the series revealed that these will be somewhat emotional Flash episodes to date.
“Simply put, these are going to be some of the most emotional Flash episodes ever,” said The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace in a statement. “Plus, there are some truly epic moments and huge surprises that await our fans. And we’re doing them on a scale that’s bigger and bolder than our traditional Flash episodes. So yes, ‘Armageddon’ is a lot more than just another graphic novel storyline. It’s going to be a true event for Flash and Arrowverse fans, old and new. Honestly, I can’t wait for audiences to see what we’ve got planned.”