The most recent episode of “The Flash,” “Welcome to Earth 2,” brought Barry Allen and Cisco Ramon to Earth 2, where the new Harrison Wells came from. It is also the Earth from where the new villainous speedster Zoom came from. Aside from being a vital episode for the show and the entire TV universe it is in, “Welcome to Earth 2” likewise offered a number of Easter Eggs and first looks on possible future additions to the world of DC Comics in The CW.
In “Welcome to Earth 2,” the new Harrison Wells went back to Earth 2 with Barry Allen and Cisco Ramon on his side to rescue his daughter who is currently in the hands of Zoom. The episode featured a number of first looks on upcoming characters in the world of “The Flash” as well as big events that are to take place sometime soon.
Fans got to see Cisco in full use of his powers as Vibeor least in a way. The Earth 2 counterpart of Cisco turned out to be a villain called Reverb, who learned to use his powers in more ways such as utilizing it as a weapon.
When Harrison, Barry, and Cisco went through the last remaining breach to Earth 2, they were treated to visions of various things that compromises the past, present, future, and all other Earths out there. Here are some interesting Easter Eggs dropped on the trip to Earth 2:
- Supergirl: Melisa Benoist as Kara Danvers aka Supergirl was seen. It was recently announced that “The Flash” will officially have a crossover episode with “Supergirl.”
- A possible first look at Connor Hawke and Jonah Hex: Someone who looked like the Green Arrowbut certainly not Oliver Queenwas seen in the breach travel as well as Jonah Hex. Both characters are set to appear in upcoming episodes of “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.”
- The Legion of Superheroes: Somewhere in their trip, the iconic flight ring of the Legion was spotted, hinting that it may come to “The Flash.”
- Gorilla Grodd: Following his banishment to Gorilla City, Grodd was also shown along with other characters in the travel through the breach.
- John Wesley Shipp as The Flash: Fans also got to see the original Flash on TV, first portrayed by John Wesley Shipp.