“News Flash”, XS tries to kill Flash! Only because Spin has the power to control people’s minds so she can get a lot of hits on her blog, on Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast!
“News Flash”, you can get a lot of hits on a blog if your cell phone has been imbued with dark matter.
That’s what Spencer Young is doing to become one of the most popular writers in Central City. She gets the jump on everyone with the big stories, because she controls people’s minds to create the big stories. Nora won’t hear about it though. She’s enamored with Spencer’s blog, and doesn’t want to listen to Iris when she says they need to stop her. And when XS herself gets whammied, Iris takes the lead and knocks her out. That brings up an interesting issue the mother and daughter have had in the past…well, future. Sherloque reluctantly follows Ralph in his quest for clues about Cicada’s identity and is shocked when he actually turns some up. It all could be connected when the team realizes that their latest threat turns out to be newly created Meta-Tech that anyone can take advantage of. Jay and Josh anxiously count the hits of their latest blog on this week’s episode of Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast!
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During a freak laboratory accident, two podcasters discovered they had the metahuman ability to discuss all aspects of The Flash. Each week, Josh and Jay will discuss the high’s and low’s of The Flash TV Series and comics.
Episodes of Scarlet Velocity have been shown to significantly increase your understanding of time travel physics. So, grab your running shoes and join Josh and Jay as they bring you the best commentary in the Speed Force. Try to keep up!
Scarlet Velocity is part of Josh and Jay’s “Superhero Suite” of podcasts, all featured on RetroZap! If you’ve liked this episode, be sure to check out the duo’s other shows, including Green Justice: An Arrow Podcast, Agents of SHIELD: Case Files, and Terrigen Dreams: An Inhumans Podcast. While each show has its own distinctive flair, you can expect the same spot-on analysis, humor and polished production that this podcasting team has been known for year after year, season after season.