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    Metahumans in General 
  • Adaptation Origin Connection:
    • The Accelerator explosion that granted them their powers, when most of them have origins completely unrelated to each other (or the Flash). "Power Outage" sees Thawne namedrop other victims of the explosion that are established characters in the comics that, again, are completely unrelated otherwise.
    • While later seasons follow with new means of gaining powers, such as the Philosopher's Stone or the Dark Matter Bus Metas, this trope is still in play as all of that was only made possible because of the first generation of metahumans who instigated these later events.
  • All There in the Manual: More information about metahumans is divulged in two spinoff media:
    • The Chronicles of Cisco, a blog which is basically a budding encyclopedia filled with details about criminal metahumans (and even the ones who don't have super powers, like Cold and the Bug-Eyed Bandit). Several entries also include some misadventures Cisco (and sometimes Caitlin) would have just taking care of them.
    • The Flash: Season Zero, a digital tie-in comic which introduces a few new metahumans which have yet to appear on the show.
  • Differently Powered Individual: Literally; though the majority of metahumans introduced have been created by the particle accelerator explosion, it is possible to acquire metahuman powers from other sources. This becomes a plot point in season 5 where Cicada's dagger can only detect and nullify the powers of dark matter empowered metahumans.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: The Chronicles of Cisco details Cisco partaking in "Movie Night" with the Pipeline's denizens.
  • Informed Ability: According to Cisco and Julian, all metahumans (or at least those affected by the Particle Accelerator explosion) have a Healing Factor. This even becomes a plot point in The Flash Season 3 when Caitlin is gravely injured. In order to save Caitlin's life, her Power Nullifier was removed which directly results to her full transform as Killer Frost. However, only speedsters have demonstrated this ability until that moment.
  • Informed Attribute: In Season 2, according to the Earth-2 Wells, there are far more metahumans than what we've seen so or that's been implied thanks to the Flash being a deterrent against the more malicious ones acting out in the open. We've yet to see this come to fruition as the following seasons see Team Flash dealing with metahumans unrelated to the Particle Accelerator Explosion.
  • Inhumanable Alien Rights:
    • In Season One, the criminal ones didn't get a trial, they were just sent to the Pipeline when Barry caught them; it's somewhat justified since Iron Heights (or any normal prison) isn't exactly equipped to handle them and they are all guilty of numerous crimes — mainly violent ones. At least until the Particle Accelerator goes back online and they all escape during a botched transfer to Lian Yu.
    • Averted in Season Two, now that Iron Heights has been modified to contain them.
  • In-Series Nickname: Everyone except Clyde Mardon and Griffin Grey got one courtesy of Cisco.
  • Karmic Transformation: They get their superpowers related to something that they are in contact with (or close to, anyway) during the Accelerator explosion. Like the Mardon brothers flying their plane during a storm, Black conducting his stem cell research, Nimbus is in a gas chamber, etc. That said, we still have no idea how some of them (Bivolo, Baez, Bates, Simmons) got their respective powers.
    • Enforced with the Bus Metas. The 12 individuals were specifically manipulated to being on the same bus at the time of a sudden Dark Matter resurgence into the world. DeVoe's specific plans involved each individual gaining their specific powers, giving him every option he may need to combat Team Flash. A programmer becoming a technopath, a blackjack dealer gaining luck manipulation, a musician gaining sonic abilities, and so on. Devoe also ensures that the one outlier of that mass empowering event, the driver of the bus, is killed to avoid any complicating variables.
  • Mass Super-Empowering Event: There have been several events that have given rise to multiple metahumans.
    • The first and largest event was the Particle Accelerator Explosion during December 2013. The majority of the Season One metas and a few from later seasons got their powers from this source.
    • There was also a similar Particle Accelerator Explosion on Earth-2, which Zoom's metahumans originate from.
    • Season Three has metahumans being created through the Philosopher's Stone thanks to the work of Alchemy/Savitar, which was capable of restoring powers to those who had them in the Flashpoint timeline.
    • Season Four had DeVoe orchestrating one of these. Manipulating Barry to be released from the Speed Force, opening a portal that released dark matter onto a bus of people.
    • Season Five plays with the formula. The shrapnel of the dark matter infused Star Labs satellite DeVoe used as a Colony Drop can not only empower people it hits but also any potential object it hits, creating what's coined as metatech. The latter makes it possible for potentially anyone to use meta powers undetectable to conventional metahuman detectors.
  • Monster of the Week: The majority of the evil ones are villains that are faced once or twice in the series. The most notable exceptions are The Reverse-Flash and Firestorm.
  • Mutant: The metahumans have all been altered on a genetic level and the Arrowverse makes it a clear distinction that the metahumans are a different category from other people with powers.
  • Pragmatic Adaptation: Since metahumans are a relatively new concept in this show, the Pipeline is placed underneath S.T.A.R. Labs instead of in Iron Heights. In Season Two, the prison is properly equipped with a Pipeline, although the first Pipeline is still functional.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Quite a few of them aren't/weren't enemies of The Flash in the comics.
  • Tailor-Made Prison: The Particle Accelerator, the one root of all their powers, is outfitted to become their prison. To avoid charges of illegal imprisonment, Cisco designed a power-dampening section in Iron Heights.
  • Touched by Vorlons: Those empowered by the Thanagarean meteorite, particularly Vandal Savage, as well as both Hawkman and Hawkgirl and their Reincarnations.
  • Trapped in Another World: Most of the metahumans from Earth-2 (Zoom was taken to the Speed Force by Time Wraiths, Black Siren and King Shark were incarcerated by A.R.G.U.S., and Dr. Light is currently a Fugitive).
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: With a handful of exceptions, most of the meta-humans went Ax-Crazy with their powers, causing chaos and destruction. A good chunk of them were criminals before they got their powers, though. Some of them explicitly have their psychology warped from gaining powers like Killer Frost, or DeVoe's descent into sadism being attributed to excess dark matter.
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Particle Accelerator Explosion

    Barry Allen / The Flash / Savitar 
see the Arrowverse: Barry Allen page for Barry Allen/The Flash
see the Arrowverse: Time Criminals page for Savitar

    Cisco Ramon / Vibe 

    Firestorm I 

    Clyde Mardon 
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    Danton Black / Multiplex 

Danton Black / Multiplex

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"I am an army."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Multiplex, "Captain Clone"

Played By: Michael Christopher Smith

Appearances: The Flash

A scientist who was studying stem cell cloning who gains the power to duplicate himself.


    Kyle Nimbus / The Mist 

    Bette Sans Souci / Plastique 

Sergeant Bette Sans Souci/Plastique

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Plastique

Played By: Kelly Frye

Voiced By: Alina Galindo (Latin-American Spanish), Megumi Toyoguchi (Japanese)

Appearances: The Flash

A former war veteran who was exposed to large amounts of shrapnel while she was trying to defuse a bomb. As she was being deported to Central City, the particle accelerator explosion instilled her with the ability to make things explode by touching them.


    Tony Woodward / Girder 

    Farooq Gibran / Blackout 

Farooq Jabron / Blackout

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"I have to feed."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Blackout

Played By: Michael Reventar

Appearances: The Flash

An adventurous young man who went to see the particle accelerator with his friends. Was sitting on the top of a power line the night of the particle accelerator, giving him the power to siphon electricity.


  • Adaptational Villainy: In the comics, Farooq existed as a hero in the New Earth universe as part of Cyborg's team. Here he is portrayed as a Tragic Villain.
  • Bald of Evil: Well, it really looks more as if his hair is shaved, but it gets the image and meaning across.
  • Creepy Blue Eyes: Has a set of these.
  • Excessive Evil Eyeshadow: Has black rings around his eyes that give this effect.
  • Horror Hunger: Has to absorb electricity to "feed".
  • Man of Kryptonite: His electricity absorption ability rendered Barry powerless for a while. And Thawne takes a sample out of Farooq's corpse to try to figure out why.
  • Mana Drain: Basically what Blackout did to the Flash, completely draining off his power.
  • Obviously Evil: Not to the extent of Kyle Nimbus, but Farooq has visible veins in his face, glowing eyes, and generally looks very creepy.
  • Plasma Cannon: His electricity powers are high-end enough that his maximum lightning bolts can generate burning-hot plasma (which is what flash-fried his first victim). This is what allowed him to kill Girder when his earlier weaker bolts had no effect.
  • Psycho Electro: The events that gave him his powers left him visibly mentally unstable, and with his electric-siphoning powers.
  • Revenge: Obsessed with getting revenge on Thawne for the particle accelerator accident.
  • Shock and Awe: He has the power to absorb and shoot electricity.
  • Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: Dies from trying to drain too much of Barry's powers.
  • Tragic Villain: Pre-explosion, he was just some happy-go-lucky guy who made the mistake of climbing an electric tower to see it. After being hit by lightning, he kills two of his friends via electrocution after they try to resuscitate him with CPR.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Gone after his first episode.
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    Roy G. Bivolo / Rainbow Raider 

Roy G. Bivolo / Rainbow Raider

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"Have some real anger."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Prism, Rainbow Raider

Played By: Paul Anthony

Appearances: Flash vs. Arrow!note  | The Flash

An artist turned bank robber, Roy has the power to induce a violent rage in people when he makes eye contact with them.


  • Adaptation Name Change: Ultimately subverted. He initially goes by Prism instead of Chroma or Rainbow Raider, though Caitlin does suggest the latter name. It does eventually stick, even he says he likes it. In the comics, Prism is the alias of a different character.
  • Alliterative Name: .As Rainbow Raider.
  • Atrocious Alias: Turns out Bivolo actually prefers Rainbow Raider rather than Prism.
  • Characters as Device: While he's the main threat of "Flash Vs. Arrow", ultimately his purpose was to give a reason for Flash and Arrow to fight, which was the real thing that sold the episode.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He shows himself to be one in his second appearance in "Rogue Air".
    • When Mardon asks him where they (the metahuman criminals) were being moved to.
    Bivolo: Funny. I didn't get an itinerary.
    • Later when Leonard Snart declares he freed them and waits for a "thank you", Bivolo halfheartedly thanks him with the same sarcastic tone.
  • Dirty Coward: "Rogue Air" shows him to be one. While the other metahumans were engaging Team Flash, Bivolo is seen cowering in the truck avoiding the gun fire and lucks out when he sees Caitlin and whammies her. He later submits to Lisa Snart when she has her Gold Gun aimed at his head.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Complete with the usual hammy theatrics that many supervillains hold. Cisco even lampshades how he's heard it all before.
  • For the Evulz: He appears to get a kick out of filling victims with a Hate Plague, even when he it's not necessary for his goals to be carried out.
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: No backstory or explanation of his motivation to being a villain is given. He just wants to rob banks and he happens to be a metahuman who likes causing havoc.
  • Hate Plague: His main power. Bivolo uses color (by affecting a person's retinas) to mess with the part of the brain that governs executive functioning and cognitive processes such as impulse control. This induces a temporary psychosis in people which causes them to start acting wild and violently.
  • In Name Only: His power is a fair bit different from his comics counterpart, whose main power was Hard Light constructs and using a variety of different light spectrums to induce varying emotions. His codename doesn't make much sense for the show's version given he only uses the red color.
  • Meaningful Name: Roy G. Bivolo. Like the acronym for the rainbow?
  • Mythology Gag: One name Caitlin suggests is the Rainbow Raider, like his first codename in the comics. Cisco immediately decrees that she is not allowed to choose the names ever again.
  • No Eye in Magic: Requires eye contact for his powers to work.
  • Non-Action Guy: He can't engage in combat himself, so he uses his Hate Plague powers to turn would-be enemies on each other.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: We never actually see him get taken down, and he just shows up in a cell in the pipeline.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: When he's using his powers.
  • Smug Snake: Just look at the confident smirk he wears when using his powers, then compare it to his ranting and raving when he's been locked away in the prison. He doesn't even get the dignity of being beaten on-screen.
    • Amusingly, his pride is so strong that he even seems reluctant to thank Captain Cold for freeing him in "Rouge Air"
  • Squishy Wizard: Bivolo's powers are the only thing that makes him a threat. Otherwise, he's a normal human, easily subdued when Barry and Oliver keep their heads about them.
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: After hearing Snart's reasoning for why he shot Deathbolt in the face-"He owed me money"-Bivolo's expression suggests that he thinks that's pretty reasonable.

    Shawna Baez / Peek-A-Boo 

    Mark Mardon / Weather Wizard 

    Hannibal Bates / Everyman 

Hannibal Bates/Everyman

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"I uh... I can't even remember... I can't remember!"

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Everyman, Various Disguises

Played By: Martin Novotny (original form) Various disguises 

Appearances: The Flash

A meta-human who has the ability to shape shift into any person he touches.


  • Alas, Poor Villain: When asked who he really was, Hannibal transformed back into what appeared to be his Shapeshifter Default Form with a Bald of Evil and Eyeless Face along with pale skin and a distorted voice. When he did this, he embarrassingly replied, "I, uh, can't remember." However, his grin turns into a frown when he repeats saying it, in a "wait a second, I really can't" sort of tone. Not only that, he's later used as yet another of Thawne's pawns, posing as him as a patsy for the real Eobard.
  • Appropriated Appellation: As Barry, he hears Caitlin's name for him. He likes it.
  • Bald of Evil: Since he can't remember what he used to look like, his "true form"'s head is bare.
  • Becoming the Mask: He's shape shifted into so many people he's forgotten his real identity.
  • Body Double: For Thawne. It ends up getting Bates killed.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: His name is included in Oliver Queen's hit-list.
  • Curbstomp Battle: Everyman was the first time Barry really went to town on someone who wasn't a good guy. At first Hannibal landed some good ones by distracting Barry with some morphing into his friends. But eventually Everyman's taunting pissed Barry off and he found out that a low-end shapeshifter can't compare to a high-end speedster in a fistfight.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: His name is seen on Oliver's List in season 1.
  • Eyeless Face: His attempt to take on his original appearance results in one, as he can't remember it anymore.
  • Facial Horror: The result of his forgetting his original appearance is not pretty.
  • Frame-Up: His criminal M.O., by taking on the appearance of someone else to get through security and subsequently committing thefts.
  • Minored in Ass-Kicking: For a guy whose schtick is changing faces, he's a really good fighter. He was able to escape Thawne, an accomplished boxer by kicking his ass. He also put up a decent fight against the Flash until Barry started using his superspeed.
  • Noodle Incident: How Hannibal earned a place in Robert Queen's list is never elaborated on, and neither is how he ended up in Central City during the events of the Pilot.
  • Power Copying: Averted. At first Team Flash were afraid he could do this as a side-effect of his shape-changing and so they recommended that Barry not go melee on him, handicapping Barry for the investigation in the process. Once they get some genetic material from Everyman, they find out that he can't copy Barry's power so it's okay for Barry to go for a dust-up.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant:
    • Played with In-Universe. His name can be seen in Oliver's hit-list during the pilot episode of Arrow, but Barry and his team are the ones who eventually fight him.
    • Furthermore, Everyman has been an enemy to a lot of heroes, including Green Arrow and Black Canary, but has never been an enemy of the Flash.
  • Sex Shifter: He can transform himself into a woman, a fact that he demonstrated in his debut episode.
  • A Sinister Clue: His left-handedness was how Iris and Team Flash were able to tell he wasn't Barry, or that Eddie was framed for shooting two police officers.
  • Shapeshifter Guilt Trip: He tries doing this to Barry in their fight. But by the time he takes the form of Eddie, the guy he framed for murder, Barry hits his Rage Breaking Point and punches him across the room.
  • Shapeshifter Identity Crisis: After being captured, he changes back into his real form, but he has no idea who he was. Worse still, he doesn't want to because whoever he was is traumatic for some unknown reason. When Cisco attempted to show him pictures of himself from his grandmother's house he refused to look and asked for them to be taken away.
  • Shapeshifting: His primary ability.
  • Shapeshifting Seducer: He kisses Caitlin while disguised as Barry.
  • Shout-Out: A killer named Bates who impersonates his mother and lies to the authorities, where has anyone heard this before?
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: His name comes from two iconic cinematic Serial Killers; Hannibal Lecter (The Silence of the Lambs) and Norman Bates (Psycho). Barry Lampshades why anyone would name their kid Hannibal in this day and age.
  • This Was His True Form: He returns to his initial appearance after being killed.
  • The Un-Reveal: Why exactly is he on Oliver Queen's hit-list was not brought-up in his debut episode, which ironically also featured an important Crossover to Starling City. Considering he dies in his second appearance we're unlikely to find out too.
  • Weak, but Skilled: His powers aren't as offensively or defensively powerful as the other metahumans we've seen but his clever use of them, psychological warfare and skills in hand to hand combat make him a big threat to Barry and his friends.
  • What Did You Expect When You Named It ____?: Honestly, naming your kid "Hannibal" is practically begging for him to become a criminal.
  • White Shirt of Death: Played with. He was shot while impersonating Eobard Thawne, who was wearing an all black outfit. Once he dies, though, he reverts to his original form who was wearing a white polo.
  • Win Your Freedom: Everyman gets his freedom after Thawne releases him to deal with Cisco. Hannibal doesn't get to enjoy his freedom for long, he ends up getting gunned down by Joe.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Not him specifically. But he invokes this trope when he takes the form of women in Barry's life, only for the Flash to continue attacking him/her. He mockingly ask the Flash if this was how he treated all the women he knew.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: After disguising himself as Barry and learning that he and Caitlin are part of a crime fighting team, he assumes they're the eventual Official Couple who are currently in the UST stage.

    Grodd 
See the Arrowverse: Grodd page.

    Jeremy Tell / Double Down 

Jeremy Tell / Double Down

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Species: Enhanced Human

Played by: J.R. Bourne

Appearances: Arrow

A meta-human who gained his ability due to being tattooed at the time of the particle accelerator explosion in Central City. His ability allows him to peel the card tattoos off of his skin and use them as lethal weapons.


  • Alliterative Name: Double Down.
  • Death Dealer: His cards are generated by his body and they are lethal.
  • Glass Cannon: He can generate a seemingly endless supply of cards, and has great aim, but beyond that, he's just an ordinary human. A Groin Attack from Felicity stalls him, punches from Diggle knock him out, and a bullet to the shoulder hurts him like it would anyone else.
  • Just for Pun: Indulges in one or two game-based puns. He avoids being a Pungeon Master by not doing it that often, and avoiding card-based puns (he says "draw" instead of the more poker-appropriate "push," for instance).
  • Only in It for the Money: He's a killer for hire, not a HIVE true believer or crazy madman like Anarky. When things get too weird/dangerous he pulls his Screw This, I'm Out of Here!.
  • Power Tattoo: His powers are based on his tattoos because he was getting one with the explosion hit.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Double Down is a Flash villain in the comics. Though he ends up in Iron Heights afterwards.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: When he sees that Damien is a sorcerer, he tries to nope out of the city. Though he is stopped by Diggle and Green Arrow.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Appears as a typical Villain of the Week, but completely compromised the second Team Arrow base in his debut episode.
  • Tattooed Crook

    Russell Glosson / The Turtle 

    Joey Monteleone / Tar-Pit 

Joey Monteleone / Tar-Pit

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"You ever wondered what it felt like when you dropped me in that vat of boiling tar?"

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Tar-Pit

Played By: Marco Grazzini

Appearances: The Flash

A man thrown into a tar pit during the night the particle accelerator exploded. He returns after two years to exact revenge on the people who nearly killed him.


  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: The comics Tar Pit was a lazy criminal who liked his new form; here, he suffers from a case of Being Tortured Makes You Evil.
  • Age Lift: He's traditionally a Wally West villain. Here, he's in the same age range as Barry and instead got his powers during the latter's tenure as the Flash.
  • And I Must Scream: He was stuck in the pit for two years before the Central City government got around to cleaning up the plant and broke through the hardened asphalt that kept him trapped.
  • Being Tortured Makes You Evil: The Body Horror below and the following two years he spends to recover are what drives his Unstoppable Rage.
  • Blob Monster: He turns into tar.
  • Body Horror: He describes in excruciating detail how his flesh was burning when he was thrown into the tar pit.
  • Clipped-Wing Angel: His golem mode is impressive but is easily taken out with Cisco's tech.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Even when he's in his human form, you can tell that there's something wrong with him. The Undeathly Pallor, the Black Eyes of Evil, and the tar seeping from his very being are hints that he's trying to look human, but only enough to vaguely pass through a crowd.
  • Magma Man: Well, tar, but the principle is the same.
  • Mighty Glacier: He has a "golem mode" where he becomes stronger and more durable, but at the expense of his mobility.
  • Not Quite Dead: He should've died when he was thrown into the tar pit, but the particle accelerator explosion mutated him.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His only goal is to hunt the people who threw him into the pit, collateral damage be damned.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: He is a Wally West villain.
  • The Unfettered: He doesn't care about the people who will get caught in his Revenge.

    Griffin Grey 

Griffin Grey

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"I know exactly who you are. And you're gonna fix what your particle accelerator did to me."

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Haig Sutherland

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with Super Strength, but also accelerated aging, who mistakes "Harry" Wells as his false earth-1 counterpart.


  • Adaptational Early Appearance: In the comics, he is an acquaintance of Bart Allen aka Impulse aka Kid Flash II aka The Flash IV, who is Barry's grandson.
  • Adapted Out: His energy manipulation powers, which is his power in the comics, is not present.

    Sam Scudder / Mirror Master 

    Rosa Dillion / The Top 

    Tina Boland / Dinah Drake 

    Sean Sonus 

Sean Sonus

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Steve Bacic

Appearances: Arrow

A drug dealer who had history with Dinah Drake, being responsible for killing her partner and lover. He became a metahuman with the ability to induce vertigo.
  • Achilles' Heel: A sonic dampener can negate his vertigo powers.
  • Adaptational Species Change: In the comics, Discord was a Badass Normal who used sonic-tech, while here he's a metahuman.
  • The Aggressive Drug Dealer: A drug dealer who is more than happy to get violent.
  • Alliterative Name: Sean Sonus.
  • And Your Little Dog, Too!: Kills Vincent Sobel, Dinah's partner and lover, just to spite Dinah.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Dinah Drake, having killed her partner and lover, she dedicated the next three years to hunting him down.
  • Composite Character: He's closer to the comics Count Vertigo than Arrow's Count Vertigo himself, being a metahuman crime boss with the ability to induce Vertigo, as well as being an enemy of Black Canary and Green Arrow.
  • Comic-Book Movies Don't Use Codenames: He's never referred to as "Discord", though Wild Dog does dub him "Dirtbag".
  • Establishing Character Moment: His introduction shows just how much of a bastard he is, having Dinah tied to a chair all bloodied up from torture, before bringing in her partner Vincent and executed him in front of her.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Dinah Drake. The night of the Particle Accelerator explosion, both he and Dinah were granted sonic based metahuman powers, only Dinah's used hers to fight crime while Sonus used his to further his own crime spree. In addition, both of their powers can be halted by a sonic dampener.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Dinah executes him with a gunshot. Considering what a horrible person Sonus is, who can blame her?
  • Killed Off for Real: Gets shot dead by Dinah.
  • Meaningful Name: Sonus sounds quite similar to sonar, which fits his sonic based powers.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Yet another metahuman who can induce vertigo, after The Flash already had the Top.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Has Dinah bound to a chair and quite evidently given her a beating. He very nearly tried to execute her too had he not been interrupted.

    Vincent Sobel / Vigilante 

     Amunet Black 

     Matthew Norvock / Snake Eye / Medusa Man 

     Clifford DeVoe / The Thinker 

    Eric Frye 

Eric Frye

Species: Human note 

Played By: Oliver Rice

Appearances: The Flash

A bank robber who gained Pyrokinesis powers.


Thanagarian Meteorite

    Hawkgirl and Hawkman 
see the Arrowverse: The Hawks page

    Vandal Savage 

Philosopher's Stone Husks

    Wally West / Kid Flash 

    Edward Clariss / The Rival 

Edward Clariss/The Rival

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"I have NO rival."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: The Rival

Played By: Todd Lasance

Appearances: The Flash

An evil speedster in the Flashpoint timeline and Wally West's rival.


  • Adaptation Distillation: His backstory from the comics is never brought up in the show. He's a Generic Doomsday Villain straight from the get-go, with no explanation on how he got his powers in the Flashpoint timeline.
  • Adaptational Heroism: While he's still a violent criminal, most of his more heinous acts, such as killing 80 people to prove a point to Jay and prolonging Joan Garrick's cancer, are omitted.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In the comics he was a dark mirror to Jay Garrick, and enough of a threat to be considered his Arch-Enemy. Here he's a goofy Villain of the Week who gets taken down by Barry in less than an episode at a time.
  • Age Lift: In the comics, he is a contemporary of Jay Garrick. Here, he is instead part of Barry and Wally's generation.
  • Asshole Victim: He's killed by Savitar for failing to kill the Flash. Would anyone really miss him?
  • Ax-Crazy: He's obsessed with being a rival to Kid Flash and proving himself to be the best, all while having obvious emotional issues and a penchant for violence. Waking up in the post-Flashpoint timeline just makes it worse.
  • Badass Boast: Half his dialogue is bragging about his abilities.
  • Blood Knight: His defining trait is wishing to find someone worthy to be his rival.
  • Bullying a Dragon: He refers to Alchemy as his "sidekick" despite it being painfully clear that the latter is the superior in their relationship.
  • Catchphrase: "I have no rival."
  • Chewing the Scenery: One of the most theatrical villains who indulges in comicbook levels of hamminess.
  • Composite Character: His costume takes after the Black Racer and the Daniel West version of the Reverse-Flash.
  • Dark Is Evil: Wears all black and is an Ax-Crazy Smug Super.
  • Deal with the Devil: He teams up with Dr. Alchemy to kill the Flash in exchange for ultimate power.
  • Death by Adaptation: The comic incarnation of the character eventually became an Energy Being after being trapped in the Speed Force. The Flashpoint timeline version doesn't live long enough to get that far, but Barry neutralizes that timeline, allowing Clariss a second chance at life. However, he's soon killed by Savitar for his incompetence.
  • Decomposite Character: His initial role in the comics as an impostor of Jay Garrick's Flash was given to Hunter Zolomon/Zoom here.
  • Demoted to Extra: In the comics, he is Jay Garrick's Reverse-Flash. In the Arrowverse, he is nothing more than a Villain of the Week and doesn't get the same Big Bad treatment that Eobard Thawne and Hunter Zolomon got.
  • The Dragon: To Dr. Alchemy for a grand total of one episode.
  • Evil Counterpart: Both he and Wally are young, untested speedsters mentored by an incarnation of the Flash (Prime Barry Allen for Wally and Dr. Alchemy/Savitar for Clariss). While Wally is an aspiring superhero, Clariss is a villain For the Evulz.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He's not the least bit restrained in his actions or his dialogue, probably due to being Drunk on the Dark Side.
  • Flat Character: He doesn't have much of a personality outside of being a self-absorbed psychopath who wants to kill every speedster.
  • In Name Only: In the comics, Rival is supposed to be an imposter Jay Garrick, as well as said Flash's Arch-Enemy. Here he resembles the Black Racer, is an enemy for Wally West, and is a generic Villain of the Week.
  • In Spite of a Nail: The post-Flashpoint version still ends up being a speedster wearing the exact same costume, justified due to the visions he receives of his other life.
  • Killed Offscreen: He is murdered by Savitar in the closing minutes of "Paradox", but we don't see the full footage of his death until the end of the next episode.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: He's probably one of the goofiest-looking villains to appear on the show yet, what with his goblin-esque mask and constant babbling about being a rival to Kid Flash. He's so non-threatening when compared to the likes of Zoom that it's almost laughable...until he manages to stab Kid Flash clean through the chest with a piece of rebar and create not one, but TWO cyclones that threaten to destroy Central City. Suddenly he's not so harmless anymore.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: In "Flashpoint" Clariss is not the main menace in contrast to another villains of the week. The real danger is in the time aberration created by Barry.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: His costume is a ridiculous version of Zoom's costume with reddish-orange streaks and a goblin-shaped mask.
  • The Rival: Literally to Wally, though he is "dissatisfied" with him. He considers Barry more of a Worthy Opponent.
  • Took a Level in Badass: As another negative effect of Barry's Cosmic Retcon, Clariss not only remembers his life in "Flashpoint", but thanks to Dr. Alchemy's method of restoring his powers, he is able to truly rival Barry as a speedster.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: A villain for Wally West and Barry Allen instead of Jay Garrick, a change seemingly made to compensate for Hunter Zolomon becoming a Barry Allen and Jay Garrick villain.
  • Secret Identity: Averted. He wears a mask but doesn't bother trying to keep his identity secret, in fact sometimes he'll tell people who didn't even ask.
    The Rival: I think rivals should know each other's names.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: After getting his powers in the new timeline, Clariss sees himself as the next Reverse-Flash or Zoom, an evil speedster who can outpace the Flash. Barry takes him down without much trouble, and Clariss ends up being killed by Savitar. His condescension to Alchemy is another sign of his disproportionate ego.
  • Smug Snake: He's so arrogant that he even calls Dr. Alchemy his "sidekick" in his rematch with Barry in the post-Flashpoint timeline, despite the fact that Alchemy was the one to give him back his powers in the first place.
  • Smug Super: He doesn't hesitate to show off his speed and call himself the greatest speedster ever.
  • Starter Villain: For The Flash Season Three.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: Tends to do this when talking about how much of a "rival" he is to Kid Flash.
    Kid Flash: What have you got against my city?
    The Rival: The city's just fine. It's the people in it that need to be educated... THAT I HAVE NO RIVAL!
  • Super Speed: His powers are functionally identical to Barry's and Flashpoint Wally's, though he seems to be slightly faster than the latter.
  • Tornado Move: He can produce tornadoes as a ranged attack using his Super Speed.
  • Voice of the Legion: Like all speedsters, he can vibrate his vocal chords to disguise his voice. He does it even around people who've seen him unmasked.
  • You Have Failed Me: Savitar doesn't let him live long after he fails to kill the Flash, brutally killing him in his prison cell.

    Frankie Kane / Magenta 

Frankie Kane/Magenta

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Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Joey King

Appearances: The Flash

An abused foster child. She has a second, more aggressive personality named Magenta who can control metal.


  • Abusive Parents: Well, foster parents. Frankie's foster father is physically and emotionally abusive.
  • Age Lift: In the comics, she's Wally West's Psycho Ex-Girlfriend. Here, she's only a teen while Wally is a young-adult.
  • Allergic to Evil: One of Magenta's goals. Even when she's in control, Frankie's presence is still under the surface subconsciously restraining her, and she wants Frankie gone as much as their foster father. Dr. Alchemy convinces her that the best way to do this is to do something so shockingly terrible that Frankie can't handle it and ceases to exist. Magenta opts to obliterate the hospital her foster father is in, and very nearly succeeds.
  • Ax-Crazy: Magenta's number one solution to any problem is to kill it with as much overkill as possible. This is such a contrast to Nice Girl Frankie that none of the cast have any trouble buying the Jekyll & Hyde angle.
  • Color Motif: As if it's not obvious enough with her name, her entire outfit contains different shades of violet.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: She can control anything with a trace of metal in it, from a lamppost to a freaking tanker.
  • Fighting from the Inside: Unconsciously. While Frankie has no idea what Magenta is doing, her presence still keeps Magenta from being as unrestrained as she wants to be. It becomes more literal during her confrontation with Barry in the episode's climax, as the two personalities furiously battle for control. Thanks to Barry's help, Frankie wins, seemingly banishing Magenta for good.
  • Happily Adopted: Thanks to Team Flash, Frankie is headed to a home that is presumably this, with a Heel–Face Turn that will hopefully stick.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: Frankie is submissive and afraid, but Magenta is all her anger given a mind of it's own.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Frankie has no idea what happens when Magenta took over, or even that Magenta exists, though she apparently had an idea something was off. Even when the danger passes and everything ends well, she can't remember any of it.
  • Mood Ring Eyes: When Magenta takes control, her eyes turn neon violet. They seem to be related to her powers, as Frankie still has them when she finally takes control and undoes Magenta's actions in the end.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Just a teenage girl, but a very powerful metahuman with magnetic powers who can cause immense destruction.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Has a Purple Color Motif and can control metal.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Her asshole foster dad may be overdue for some comeuppance, but dumping a ship on the hospital he's in is overkill. Alchemy's visions imply that in Flashpoint Magenta went on to continue this rampage throughout Central City.
  • Split-Personality Takeover: What Magenta is trying to do to Frankie.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: Played with a bit. Frankie is unaware she even has powers, but it appears that - like the comics - while Magenta is more associated with her powers both personalities do have access to them.
  • Tragic Monster: Even without mentioning that Frankie has no control over her actions, Magenta herself is the product of what's implied to be a lifetime of traumatic experiences. Alchemy notes that in Flashpoint, where Magenta had free rein, she inflicted pain because that's all she knew.
  • Two First Names: Per the DC Comics norm.

    Shade 

Shade

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Shade

Played By: Mike McLeod

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with the ability to become a huge living shadow.

see the Arrowverse: Other Earths page for his Earth-19 counterpart

    Clive Yorkin 

Clive Yorkin

Species: Humannote 

Played By: Matthew Kevin Anderson

Appearances: The Flash

A criminal who had meta-human powers in the Flashpoint timeline. Upon regaining his powers and memories in the current timeline, he went on a killing spree, determined to kill all the police officers who arrested him in Flashpoint, regardless of their now non-existent history with him.


  • Adaptational Superpower Change: Slightly different from in the comics, where he has the power to drain life force rather than decaying everything he touched.
  • Brought Down to Normal: Wally is able to negate his powers by phasing his blood into him.
  • Cop Killer: Zig-Zagged. He is out to kill the CCPD officers who arrested him in the Flashpoint timeline. However, in the current one, only Joe remains in the force while the rest took different paths due to the Cosmic Retcon (though one is retired and now works as a private investigator).
  • Evil Is Petty: The people who arrested Yorkin in Flashpoint no longer have any idea who he is and have never done anything to him. He kills them in a horrifying manner anyway.
  • Gotta Kill Them All: He seems to be after people who are law enforcers in the Flashpoint timeline.
  • Immune to Bullets: Thanks to his degeneration powers, bullets disintegrate the moment they hit him.
  • In Spite of a Nail: He's also a criminal in the Flashpoint timeline.
  • Last-Name Basis: He was often called Yorkin.
  • Logical Weakness: His blood has degenerative cells, so his powers can be negated with blood with regenerative cells.
  • Make Them Rot: His main power is to decompose anything he touches.
  • Moment Killer: Confronts Joe while the latter is in the middle of an important family dinner.
  • Revenge by Proxy: He's out for revenge on all of the cops in the Flashpoint timeline who arrested him, even if their non-Flashpoint counterparts had no memories of the incident, or in some cases weren't even cops.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Played With. In the comics, he is a Barry Allen villain. Here, most of his fights are with Wally and his feud is more personal with the biological West family.
  • Touch of Death: His touch causes rapid cellular degeneration.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He attacks Iris as Revenge by Proxy for Joe. His final intended victim is also a retired female CCPD officer.

Dark Matter Bus Metas

    Ramsey Deacon / Kilg%re 

Ramsey Deacon / Kilg%re

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Kilg%re

Played By: Dominic Burgess

Appearances: The Flash

A wronged tech entrepreneur who gains the abilities of a living computer virus, using his powers to get revenge on his former colleagues.


  • Adaptational Species Change: Comics Kilg%re is some kind of organic robotic being, while in the show he's a metahuman.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: Comics Kilg%re was electrokinetic and as a side effect could manipulate technology, while the show's version of Kilg%re can directly tap into and interface with technology.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He claims he's a huge fan of the Flash and being able to control Barry's new suit is like him having a life-size action figure.
  • Ax-Crazy: Kilg%re doesn't just want to get back at the people who wronged him. He wants them, and anyone who gets in his way, reduced to a greasy, red stain.
  • Beard of Evil: He has a messy beard and a messy personality.
  • Catchphrase: "Call me Kilg%re."
  • The Cracker: Even without his powers, he's a skilled hacker who writes complex programs and can break through electronic locks.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He claims to have been reformed after his stay in prison, and only delves in "legal crimes" such as the stock market.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: His eyes glow with the same color as his encryption code whenever he uses his powers.
  • Killed Off for Real: He dies after DeVoe drains him of his powers.
  • Logical Weakness: Ramsey Deacon can only control electronic devices, which makes him unable to fight against devices without electronics.
  • Named by the Adaptation: In the comics, Kilg%re wasn't human so never had a civilian name.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: His name sounds like "kill gore".
  • Person as Verb: "Kilg%re" gets used by Team Flash for the act of metahuman technopathy, specifically once DeVoe acquires the power.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His eyes turn purple whenever he uses his powers and his Calling Card encryption code that he leaves behind on machines is also purple.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: He seems calm when speaking, but is a ruthless murderer. He speaks in a tranquil way when attempting to kill The Flash.
  • Revenge: Deacon and three others developed the Kilg%re app together, but his colleagues sold it for billions behind his back, leaving Deacon with squat. After becoming a meta, Decon wants to use his powers to make them pay.
  • Technopath: He has the ability to interface with technology via a techno-organic virus.

    Becky Sharpe / Hazard 

Rebecca "Becky" Sharpe / Hazard

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Hazard

Played By: Sugar Lyn Beard

Appearances: The Flash

A down-on-her luck woman who gains the ability to manipulate her fortune, at the expense of jinxing the people around her.


  • Adaptational Heroism: The original Hazard was actively malicious in contrast to the tragic version of the series.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: Comics Hazard used psionic powers in conjunction with mystical dice to influence probability. In the show she can create a quantum field that gives herself good luck and others bad luck.
  • Affably Evil: Even when she's robbing a bank, she doesn't act with any malicious intent and more like she just so happened to be there to take money that wasn't attended. No matter what she does, she always carried a cheerful smile, and a sweet disposition. When defeated, she politely surrenders herself to Barry's custody. She pulls a full Heel–Face Turn when she expresses regret over her actions and allies with Barry during the prison break.
    Becky: (to Barry in a threatening tone) Do you really want to test your luck? Bad things happen to people who get in my way [...] (sweetly) Anyways there is nothing you can do to stop me! Toodles.
  • Born Unlucky: Before getting her powers she had remarkably unfortunate luck. She lost her job on the same day she caught her boyfriend cheating, then broke a heel attempting to catch a bus after her car got booted.
  • Cosmic Plaything: She was this before getting her powers, being Born Unlucky her entire life.
  • Drunk with Power: Becky's not a bad person. Heck, she doesn't even believe she's a meta. She just sees her new-found powers as a way to make up for her life of bad luck, and the bad luck she's spreading to the rest of the world getting a "harmless" taste of what it's like to be her.
  • Extreme Doormat: Before getting her powers she was extremely passive, refusing to so much as complain about getting a wrong order at the coffee shop that makes her sick.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her entire life has been a series of bad luck, then everything inexplicably starts going her way. It's not surprising that she was so eager to take advantage.
  • Go Through Me: She shields Barry from the other metas when they turn on him.
  • Graceful Loser: After she asks The Flash if he could not arrest her and The Flash declines, she takes her arrest with stride.
  • Grand Theft Me: In "True Colors", Becky has her body stolen by DeVoe.
  • Heel Realization: After some reflection in prison, she realizes she was wrong to use her powers at the risk of the city like she did and wants to turn over a new leaf once Barry helps her escape.
  • Hidden Depths: For a ditzy airheaded girl, she has a lot of anatomical knowledge as shown by when she bandages Barry's fractured hand. It's because she falls down a lot so has had he fair share of dealing with injuries.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Her powers get canceled out by the same Particle Accelerator it accidentally turned on.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: Not her, but rather everyone else. Given her lifelong bad luck she sees her streak of good luck being compensation for everything she has been through, not realizing it's actually a meta-human power.
  • Killed Off for Real: She dies after DeVoe takes over her body.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She's easy on the eyes and wears clothes that shows-off her nice figure. Her casino uniform in particular gloriously flaunts her legs.
  • Obliviously Evil: Becky merely desires to exploit her new lucky streak to the fullest, and while she does recognize other people are put out by the bad luck she spreads, she believes it to be harmless and seems none the wiser to just how deadly it grows. She constantly maintains her cheery personality and perky demeanor. Had she not been robbing banks and threatening Barry, Team Flash might have let her off with a warning.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Once she reforms and helps Barry, DeVoe hijacks her body for him to use as part of his master plan, much to Barry's anguish.
  • Token Good Teammate: In the team-up situation with the other Bus Metas, she was genuinely nice to Barry and the only one to be remorseful of her acts, which were less grave than the others'. She was with Barry even after Wolfe reveals Barry as The Flash.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Her desires to exploit her good luck nearly caused a crisis throughout Central City, including the Particle Accelerator exploding and an airplane crash.
  • Winds of Destiny, Change: She can alter probability, giving herself insanely good luck and everyone else an equal amount of bad luck.

    Ralph Dibny / Elongated Man 

     The Weeper 

The Weeper

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: The Weeper

Played By: Matt Alfonso

Appearances: The Flash

A meta with the ability to shed tears that can produce a euphoria like high in those who ingest them.


  • Adaptational Heroism: Unlike the Weeper of the comics, he's never seen doing anything villainous.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: He does not seem malicious, but his tears are to brainwash or drug people.
  • Blessed with Suck: His ability makes him a commodity on the black market, and as a result he is constantly beaten to produce his tears.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: Despite being captured early on in the season no mention is made by either Marlize or DeVoe about jumping into his body when his current host is slowly dying. As revealed in Null and Annoyed the reason is that DeVoe never intended to take The Weeper's body; he made him because he knew that Marlize's empathy would eventually lead to her questioning him and wanted to use his tears to alter her memories and make her compliant.
  • Distressed Dude: He's put through some of the worst hell possible thanks to his powers.
  • Fantastic Drug: His tears are these producing a "love drug" that gives people an euphoric high. By combining his tears with Dominic's powers DeVoe is able to create a chemical compound that can alter memories which he uses on Marlize.
  • From Bad to Worse: After spending weeks enslaved by Amunet's drug cartel, is finally freed and promptly abducted by DeVoe for some nefarious purpose.
  • In Name Only: In the comics, the Weeper was a Golden Age gimmick villain with no powers and no connection to any version of the Flash.
  • Killed Offscreen: Maybe. DeVoe might have killed him at some point without his wife's knowledge since he uses his tears to mind control her. However it's not made clear if he absorbed The Weeper's powers or just drained him of his tears so his fate is unknown.
  • No Name Given: Is currently only known by his code name.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Depending on the version, the Weeper is either an enemy for Bulletman and Bulletgirl, or a Marvel family villain. though he is a victim in this version, not a villain.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Bolts off after Iris frees him and offers Team Flash's assistance to him.
  • Shirtless Captives: Was captured and left shirtless by Amunet to be tortured.
  • Slavery Is a Special Kind of Evil: Is subjected to horrible conditions by Amunet and treated more like an object than a human being.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: A downplayed example: Team Flash risked their lives to save him, and offered to help him get somewhere safe. Rather than take them up on this offer, he tells them to get away from him, and runs off into the night. Considering what he went through, it's hard to blame him for not trusting them...
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: The Weeper is the only one of the Bus Meta's whose status by the end of season 4 is unknown since DeVoe didn't need his powers and was only keeping him around to use his tears to alter Marlize's mind and make her more compliant. Since we never see him again it's unknown whether DeVoe killed him or not.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He was seen a few seconds before Iris rescues him and he runs away. Then DeVoe captures him and nothing is heard about him ever since.

     Mina Chaytan / Black Bison 

Mina Chaytan / Black Bison

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Black Bison

Played By: Chelsea Kurtz

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with the ability to bring inanimate objects to life.


     Dominic Lanse / Brainstorm 

Dominic Lanse / Brainstorm

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Brainstorm, Subject Six

Played By: Kendrick Sampson

Appearances: The Flash

A meta with telepathic abilities.


  • Adaptation Name Change: His codename was Brain Storm in the comics, while here it's Brainstorm.
  • Adaptational Heroism: This version is a Tragic Villain who was forced into villainy rather than a petty supervillian.
  • Distressed Dude: Gets captured and injured by Amunet and has to be saved by Caitlin and then her friends. Later Amunet captures the poor guy again and succeeds in selling him out to DeVoe, who promptly takes over his body.
  • Grand Theft Me: Ends up on the receiving end from DeVoe.
  • Killed Off for Real: He dies when DeVoe takes over his body.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: The Dominic Lanse Brain Storm was an enemy of Mr. Terrific rather than the Flash.
  • Telepathy: Has the ability to read minds and give people a mental knockout, though he has to have visual contact for it.

     Neil Borman / Fallout 

Neil Borman / Fallout

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Fallout

Played By: Ryan Alexander McDonald

Appearances: The Flash

A man who unwillingly emits huge amounts of radiation.


  • Adaptational Attractiveness: His comic counterpart looks like a skeletal corpse.
  • Anti-Villain: He is not evil at all. He has absolutely no control over his powers and is freaked out by them just as much as the public.
  • Bad Powers, Good People: His powers are harmful, but he just wants to lead a normal life.
  • Blessed with Suck: Radiation powers should be cool right? Nope, it's a living nightmare as he has no control over his powers and they always end up harming everyone around him. It eventually kills him.
  • Body Horror: DeVoe overloads him to the point where he fully turns into radiation and leaving no body behind.
  • Living Battery: DeVoe created him to be a power source for his satellite during the Enlightenment.
  • No Body Left Behind: After DeVoe shrinks him, he is encased in a container that puts him in an overload of radiation so high that he becomes pure energy.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Eventually, his radiation levels reach such a high concentration that he is short of blowing up, with the same force of a nuclear bomb.
  • Power Incontinence: He has no control whatsoever of his powers and has accidentally hurt people. He was sent to Tracy Brand and then A.R.G.U.S..
  • Sickly Green Glow: Gives off a green glow when he's releasing radiation.
  • Sole Survivor: The only bus meta who does not get killed by DeVoe hijacking his body or draining his powers, though he ends up being killed anyway to power a satellite for DeVoe's Enlightenment.
  • Tragic Villain: He's not a villain period, his meta physiology just makes him dangerous to others and he has no control over it.
  • Walking Wasteland: His mere presence causes people to faint because of the radiation.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: After Team Flash successfully brought him to a secure A.R.G.U.S. facility, DeVoe kidnaps him and forces him to serve as a Living Battery for his satellites.

    Sylbert Rundine / Dwarfstar 

Sylbert Rundine / Dwarfstar

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Dwarfstar

Played By: Derek Mears

Appearances: The Flash

A thief who became a metahuman with the power to shrink anything he desires.


  • Adaptational Nice Guy: He's still a villain, but nowhere near as bad as his comics counterpart who was a rapist and a Serial Killer, with one of his many victims being the Atom. This version is a thief who steals whatever he desires, and while he does endanger the lives of those who try to stop him, he doesn't resort to killing as a first option.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: His powers are subtly different in their application. His comics counterpart was basically an Evil Counterpart of the Atom who was a Sizeshifter, while this Dwarfstar's powers are used more offensively as a biological Shrink Ray.
  • Bald of Evil: Not a single hair on his head, and he is a very immoral thief.
  • Celebrity Paradox: Cisco is seen wearing a Jason Voorhees T-shirt during the middle of The Flash Season 4. His actor played the character in the 2009 remake.
  • Collector of the Strange: He collects cars, military vehicles, and buildings that he's shrunken down and pocketed.
  • Frame-Up: Frames Big Sir for a murder he himself committed.
  • Improvised Weapon: Throws shrunken down objects like cars or even helicopters at his enemies which turn back to normal size mid-flight.
  • Jerkass: He let Big Sir take the fall for a murder he committed, laughed about it when confronted with the crime, and refused to confess to the truth out of pure spite.
  • Killed Off for Real: He dies after DeVoe drains him of his powers.
  • Mythology Gag: While he underwent a Rogues-Gallery Transplant from The Atom to The Flash, he's still connected to the Atom by virtue of gaining powers from dwarfstar alloy, the same material that Ray Palmer's shrinking abilities come from.
  • No Brows: He lacks eyebrows like Kyle Nimbus. While he is not as creepy as the latter, it still makes him unsettling.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: In the comics, Dwarfstar is an Atom villain, specifically he's the Arch-Enemy of Ryan Choi the third Atom.
  • Shrink Ray: He has the metahuman power to shrink anything he desires.
  • Sticky Fingers: A notorious thief who can't help stealing just for the sake of it, except his power to shrink things allows him to steal things like cars, military vehicles, and even an entire Kord Industries building.
  • Useless Without Powers: Without his powers, he cannot do anything. Mina Chaytan comments it.

     Izzy Bowin / Fiddler 

Izzy Bowin / Fiddler

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Never mess with a country girl!

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Fiddler

Played By: Miranda MacDougall

Appearances: The Flash

An up-and-coming country musician with the power to create sound waves.


  • Adaptation Name Change: Goes from Isaac Bowen in the comics to Izzy Bowin in the show, to accommodate the Gender Flip.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Isaac Bowen was a supervillain, while Izzy Bowin just tries to lead a normal life.
  • Composite Character: Has the surname and nickname of Isaac Bowen/Fiddler, but is female like his successor, Virtuoso.
  • Deep South: Izzy speaks with a thick country accent.
  • Disposable Woman: Most of the Dark Matter bus metas are this, but Izzy's death had the most effect on Ralph.
  • Gender Flip: Along with Age Lift. The Fiddler has traditionally been an old man in the comics.
  • Instrument of Murder: Izzy can turn any sound waves into a powerful blast, but creating them from her fiddle playing helps her concentrate and control them.
  • Kill the Cutie: Probably the most innocent of all the bus metas and she still loses her life.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: She can generate powerful focused sound waves.
  • Personality Powers: What could be more fitting for a musician than sonic powers?
  • Ship Tease: Izzy has quite a bit of teasing with Ralph in her debut episode and the guy is clearly smitten with her. Her death also ends up wrecking Ralph who decides to take the fight against DeVoe seriously and get justice for the bus metas.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Because she was able to hurt DeVoe during their first encounter, she thought she could easily do so again. This directly lead to her death.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: She is killed and her body gets stolen by DeVoe in her debut episode.

     Matthew Kim / Melting Point 

     Janet Petty / Null 

Janet Petty / Null

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Null

Played By: Bethany Brown

Appearances: The Flash

A career criminal who gained gravity-manipulating abilities.


  • Card-Carrying Villain: Takes great joy in her robberies and has absolutely no problems with endangering the lives of civilians.
  • Crazy-Prepared: On the off chance that she would get taken by surprise by the Flash, she made sure to have a civilian trapped in a falling car plummeting, forcing the Flash to rescue them while she escaped.
  • Escape Artist: Even without her powers, she can easily escape cuffs.
  • Flat Character: Has easily the least amount of character development of all the Bus Metas.
  • Gender Flip: The Null character in the comics was male.
  • Gravity Master: Can make objects and even people fly by simply touching them. DeVoe also demonstrates they can be used in reverse too.
  • I Have Many Names: She has gone by 17 different aliases in her criminal career.
  • Killed Offscreen: DeVoe takes her powers and kills her offscreen.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: She does not fool around, immediately trying to kill Flash and taking civilian lives as leverage to escape.
  • Sticky Fingers: Can't resist keeping her fingers off shinyies.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Killed by DeVoe during her second appearance.

    Edwin Gauss / Folded Man 

Edwin Gauss / Folded Man

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Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Folded Man

Played By: Arturo del Puerto

Appearances: The Flash

  • Adaptational Dumbass: His comics counterpart was an esteemed astrophysicist rather than a Cloudcuckoolander hippie.
  • Adaptational Heroism: He is not a supervillain at all, unlike his comic books counterpart, and is perfectly nice.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: His powers are drastically different from the comics, where he was able to change the dimensions of his own body to 2-dimensional and back. Here his powers are entering and exiting a pocket dimension.
  • Extra-Dimensional Shortcut: He has the power to enter his very own pocket dimension and exiting at various points, similar to DeVoe.
  • In Name Only: He doesn't really have any similarities with his comics counterpart, who was an American astrophysicist turned supervillain who could turn 2D, rather than a Hispanic hippie who can enter and exit a pocket dimension.
  • Minor Major Character: One of the twelve bus metas created by DeVoe and supplies him with portal powers, but he got probably the least screen time out of all of them, being killed off midway through his debut episode.
  • Nice Guy: He pays for Ralph's bus fare when the latter was at risk of being kicked off the bus.
  • Race Lift: Here he's Hispanic rather than American.
  • Thinking Up Portals: In a different way to Vibers like Cisco. Rather than directly connecting two points in space, his powers work by linking him to a pocket dimension, which he can then exit from any other point. He has an advantage in that he doesn't need to focus as hard as Cisco does when he breeches, meaning he can make a quick getaway if he's caught offguard.
  • Totally Radical: He is a pretty textbook hippie.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: In his very first appearance, DeVoe steals his body.

Matthew Kim Metahumans

    Jaco Birch 

Jaco Birch

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Max Adler

Appearances: The Flash

A commoner-turned-criminal, who received metahuman powers during a confrontation between Matthew Kim and Eric Frye.


    Iris West-Allen / The Flash II 

Dark Matter Satellite

    Orlin Dwyer / Cicada 

Orlin Dwyer / Cicada

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Species: Enhanced Human note 

Played By: Chris Klein

Known Aliases: Cicada

Appearances: The Flash

Gridlock: What do you want?
Cicada: For all of you to die.

A citizen of Central City who was hit with debris from the S.T.A.R Labs satellite crashing to Earth in the Flash Season 4 finale. Taking a shard of dark matter coated metal in his chest, plus finding his niece comatose after a shard impaled her brain, drove him to insanity and a desire to kill off every metahuman he can, using another dark matter shard as his personal weapon. Initially assumed to be Central City terrorist David Hersch, he's revealed to be a man named Orlin Dwyer; he's supposedly the Big Bad for The Flash Season 5, but later events would prove otherwise.


  • Action Dad: Cicada is an excellent fighter who is putting a hard time for Team Flash and is revealed to be an adoptive father to his niece, Grace.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: His comic counterpart is a shriveled old man.
  • Adaptational Badass: In the comics his main threat was that he was targeting the people the Flash had saved, rather than the Flash and his allies themselves. Here he's a much more deadly physical threat.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: This Cicada is a lot more principled, being a Knight Templar who goes after metahumans, rather than the delusional power hungry old man he was in the comics.
  • Adaptational Superpower Change: His comic counterpart could steal the life-force of other people, which he usually did by stabbing them with his dagger. Here, he can use his weapon to nullify the powers of nearby metahumans.
  • Age Lift: He's younger than his comics counterpart, justified in that this isn't David Hersch.
  • Alternate Self: Played with. While the identity of "Cicada" has been used by many people across the Multiverse, this version is unique in that he isn't David Hersch.
  • Ambiguous Situation: The properties of his dagger are suggested to be a result of it becoming "meta-tech", an item infused by dark matter, but this doesn't explain his flight abilities.
  • Anti-Regeneration: As a side effect of nullifying powers, strikes from his dagger can flood the victim's body with dark matter and shut off their healing ability for awhile.
  • Arch-Enemy: While Cicada is initially just a persistent thorn in Team Flash's side, he makes it very personal to Barry when he hurts Nora and has her hospitalized. From then onwards, Barry bitterly hates Cicada.
  • Big Bad: Of The Flash Season 5, being a superhuman serial killer who targets metas, making him a danger that Team Flash tries to hunt down and apprehend. He loses the title to his niece from the future in Episode 16.
  • Big-Bad Ensemble: While Orlin is the main threat of The Flash Season 5, Eobard Thawne manipulating Nora sets him up as a major player for the season too.
  • Black Swords Are Better: Cicada's black dagger isn't the first significant bladed weapon to be featured in the Arrowverse, but it is so far the only one capable of negating metahuman powers.
  • Brought Down to Normal: After much convincing from Team Flash, he begrudgingly consents to taking the metahuman cure in "Failure is an Orphan", removing both his powers and much of his insanity.
  • Canon Foreigner: Despite taking on the moniker "Cicada", Orlin Dwyer is a new character created for the show, and as a result has nothing else in common with the comic's David Hersch / Cicada.
  • Children Raise You: Orlin was a miserable drunk who could barely take care of himself before his orphaned niece was dumped into his lap. After a bumpy start, he cleaned himself up and became a real parent for her sake.
  • Cold Ham: His passion for ridding the world of metahumans is matched only by his restrained, raspy voice. This isn't only due to his mask; in particular, watch the way he says "Every meta will die".
  • Combo Platter Powers: Thanks to his dagger, he can nullify the powers of other metahumans and project lightning. He can summon the dagger if it ever leaves his hand, and he can also fly.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist:
    • Unlike his predecessors, he was once an The Everyman who was Driven to Villainy. In stark contrast, Thawne, Zoom, Savitar, and DeVoe all sought to be greater and pursued power.
    • He is the first Big Bad who doesn't create or summon metas. Cicada himself was created from the previous season's Mass Super-Empowering Event that DeVoe was indirectly responsible for, while he instead seeks to exterminate the meta population.
    • Unlike past villains, he doesn't seem to be bothering with any sort of convoluted Evil Plan to manipulate Team Flash that'll end in a later confrontation with Barry. He 'introduces' himself to them in the second episode by walking right up to Team Flash and handing them their asses.
    • He's the first Big Bad so far who doesn't know The Flash's secret identity. As far as it's shown, he doesn't even know Barry Allen.
    • Much like DeVoe and unlike the Speedster Big Bads, we find out his real name and what he looks like under the mask quite early on. Unlike DeVoe this does not shed any light on who he really is.
    • He's the first Big Bad not associated with a particle accelerator explosion. Thawne caused the explosion that granted Barry and several metas their powers, Zoom got his power from a similar explosion on Earth-2, and Savitar and Thinker got their powers via the Earth-1 explosion. Cicada's abilities are associated with the satellite infused with dark matter that crashed into Central City.
    • Unlike all of his predecessors, he isn't a scientist. Instead, he's a factory worker from a middle class family.
    • He's the first Big Bad who isn't straight up evil, but a Knight Templar Vigilante Man who believes what he's doing is right. While DeVoe seemed like this at first, it was later revealed to be a farce and he sought to remake the world In Their Own Image.
    • All of the previous main villains were better than Barry in some way thanks to their powers. Reverse-Flash, Zoom and Savitar were faster speedsters, The Thinker was more intelligent and better at planning. Cicada is only shown to be better in hand-to-hand combat, something a non-meta is capable of.
    • He's the first villain who wasn't aware of his moniker for a period of time. Reverse-Flash already had his name so he subtly suggested it to Cisco, Zoom was named when one of his victims referred to him as "blue lightning zooming", Savitar likely named himself after the Hindu god of motion and Thinker knew he would be named by Cisco for his enhanced intelligence. Cicada did not name himself nor was he aware of what Team Flash calls him until "What's Past is Prologue".
    • The other villains had at least one Morality Pet that they eventually betray or kill to fulfill their villainous ambitions when they go too far. Here his niece Grace comes from the future to make sure he isn't stopped and can't go back. And then when he does undergo a Heel–Face Turn, she betrays and kills him.
  • Dark Is Evil: He's dressed completely in black and wants to kill all metahumans, innocent or not.
  • Darth Vader Clone: At least physically. He's a tall, masked man who's dressed all in black, carries a unique blade, and has Vader Breath as a result of injuries he sustained in the past. Later he demonstrates the ability to torture victims with lightning bolts. His Face–Heel Turn was also the result of Love Makes You Evil.
  • Death by Irony: Killed by his niece's older counterpart after trying to convince her to end her rage towards metahumans.
  • Decomposite Character:
    • Played with. Cicada has been David Hersch on several alternate Earths and the original pre-Flashpoint timeline, but this particular Cicada isn't David Hersch. This is explained in the show, as David Hersch was meant to become Cicada, but due to Nora's meddling with history this led to the trajectory of the shrapnel to change and for him to get hit around the collarbone.
    • In the comics the Cicada established a cult around the lightning that empowered him and gained loyalty from followers by sharing power with them, he targeted the Flash because he believed he was also a servant of the lightning. Magenta was a part of this cult. Instead this aspect of the character was adapted to Doctor Alchemy and his cult of Savitar, along with the connection to Magenta.
  • Disabled in the Adaptation: This version of Cicada has a lingering wound that not only puts him through constant pain, but gives him breathing problems.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: He's replaced as Season Five's main antagonist by Grace's future self after 16 out of 22 episodes.
  • The Dreaded: By Nora's time, he's feared by so many. In the present, the fact that he can nullify their powers makes him someone Team Flash are afraid of.
  • Driven to Villainy: His niece getting put into a coma was what motivated him into becoming a Knight Templar.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: His deleted scene in the Season Four finale, which was incorporated into Season Five's trailer, gives him run-of-the-mill Vader Breath. Season Five proper makes him sound more like an actual cicada.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He has a young niece currently in a coma.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He relents from killing Barry in front of his daughter, Nora, likely because he himself is an adoptive father with a child in a coma. It doesn't stop him from trying to kill either of them in their next encounter.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Barry Allen. Both have powers associated with a lightning bolt and both hunt down metas, but while Barry seeks to capture them to protect the populace, Cicada wishes to exterminate them as a Knight Templar.
  • Evil Cripple: The reason he wears the mask is a damaged lung. He also has a shard embedded into his right shoulder that is causing him pain.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He speaks in a deep, distorted tone while wearing his mask.
  • Evil Sounds Raspy: Outside of his mask he eventually develops a rasp in his voice not unlike Christian Bale's Batman due to his worsening condition.
  • Famous Last Words: Save my Grace...
  • Foil: To his immediate predecessor DeVoe. Both villains had their real names and identities shown off very early, both believe themselves to be righteous, and both are Evil Cripples who rely on life-support. However the contrast is DeVoe merely deluded himself into thinking he was doing what was right whereas in reality he wanted to remake the world In Their Own Image, while Cicada is genuinely trying to make a difference but going to great extremes. Furthermore, both are the only villains who are shown to have a Morality Pet they love and care about, with Marlize serving this for DeVoe while Cicada has Grace.
  • For Want of a Nail: The reason he became Cicada instead of David Hersch, and appeared much earlier at that, is because Nora's aid in destroying the satellite changed the trajectory of its shrapnel and he was hit instead.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: The Star labs logo is just visible on the handle of his dagger in some shots.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: He was just a factory worker before gaining abilities that allow him to go toe-to-toe with Team Flash—and given everyone they've successfully defeated up until this point, that's saying a lot.
  • Hell Is That Noise: When he's in his game mode (i.e. in his costume and wielding his dagger) he somehow emits a horrifying, insect-like noise, hence the nickname "Cicada".
  • Hunter of His Own Kind: A metahuman out to kill every metahuman alive.
  • Knife Nut: He's shown carrying his signature lightning bolt-shaped knife, which when used robs a meta of their powers.
  • In Name Only: Is dissimilar to the Cicada of the comics, since that one was a cult leader and otherwise this Cicada would have been to similar to Savitar.
  • In the Back: Grace kills him this way with the telekinetic dagger.
  • In the Hood: His face is obscured entirely by a black hood.
  • Legacy Character: Technically he isn't the first person to use the Cicada moniker, as the title was held by David Hersch on several alternate Earths and in the pre-Flashpoint timeline. It's only in the post-Flashpoint of timeline of Earth-1 where he is named "Orlin".
  • A Lighter Shade of Black: Had it not been for Nora's aid, David Hersch would have been Cicada instead of Orlin Dwyer. David Hersch is a domestic terrorist who already has a list of crimes under his name, so Team Flash doesn't have to feel bad for getting him arrested.
  • Man of Kryptonite: He's a deadly threat to dark matter metahumans, as he can detect and nullify their powers and wounds inflicted by his dagger can cripple their powers if they manage to escape. This is only for dark matter empowered metahumans however, other mutations are undetected and unaffected.
  • Menacing Stroll: All the time. He is never seen running, he always approaches his victims with almost uncannily slow steps.
  • Movie Superheroes Wear Black: His blue costume is now fully black.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Orlin may have been fine with allowing himself to become a monster if it was to make the world safe for Grace, but when her adult self comes from the future as the second Cicada, he's horrified that the path he's on will turn his surrogate daughter into a coldblooded killer.
  • Nephewism: Grace is not his daughter, but his niece. He has cared after her since her parents died.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He inadvertently gave Team Flash a peaceful solution to dangerous metahumans when they derive a dark matter cure from the shards he left in Cisco's wounds.
  • Not Wearing Tights: He wears a simple black get up as opposed to the elaborate robes worn by his comic counterpart.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: So far the actions of his reprehensible motivation have been kept sympathetic by making his confirmed kills be against unrepentant murderers. The only exception has been Team Flash, whom he considers part of the problem for not killing them as well.
  • Plot Armor: The amount of narrow escapes and victories this guy has had is ridiculous and often chalked up to dumb luck or Team Flash's incompetence. But as he's the main villain he needs to be dragged out more episodes before being defeated.
  • Precision-Guided Boomerang: He can throw his dagger like this.
  • Redemption Equals Death: Realizes the error of his ways and tries to talk down his niece from being consumed by hatred and vengeance like he was, only to be killed by her in cold blood.
  • Red Herring: The writers predicted everyone would think he was David Hersch, so sought to quickly debunk that theory by establishing they were two different characters.
  • Reverse Grip: He holds his dagger like this as he prepares to execute Gridlock.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: At its core, Cicada's slaughter of metas is just a man lashing out in rage and grief at who he's scapegoating for his niece's condition.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Cicada was a Wally West-era villain in the comics, though then again this isn't David Hersch's Cicada.
  • Serial-Killer Killer: Cicada hunts down metahumans he believes are villains. Technically, this also means he's one of the Cape Busters.
  • Shirtless Scene: Orlin is often seen shirtless to show his wounds, either the ones acquired during combat or the one torturing him.
  • Sinister Shiv: It's eventually revealed that his dagger was fashioned from a piece of shrapnel that impaled him when DeVoe set his satellite to drop.
  • Summon to Hand: He can call back his dagger, in a manner explicitly compared to Thor.
  • Superpower Lottery: Big time. And they are apparently constantly evolving due to the shard in his chest. So far, there is his dagger, which is a very potent weapon for stabbing, but most importantly to depower his opponents. It can also create shock waves, electricity, it senses nearby metahumans and he can telekinetically control it, to the point that nobody else can lift it and calling it back from outer space! He is also extremely durable, as the Flash had to generate 2.86 joules of power with his strikes to even harm him. Then there is his constantly evolving Super Strength, self-propelled Flight, and he even seems to get small propphetic visions from time to time.
  • Super Strength: In his first few appearances he was as physically strong as a normal person. Later, in pain due to his wounds worsening, he crumples a a metal pole with one hand when he grips it for support. Later he dents his fridge with one punch.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: Although he's not David Hersch, he does go by the equally nonthreatening name of "Orlin."
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He believes ridding the world of metahumans is for the better.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: He acquired his powers from a piece of shrapnel lodging in his chest. It left a wound just below his right clavicle that not only doesn't heal but seems to be getting worse. The wounds he inflicted on Cisco's hand also seem to be slow going, and not only make him incapable of blasting but also damage his health every time he uses his clairvoyance powers.
  • Vader Breath: He has a very deep, echoing breath, which has been compared to that of an insect. It's implied that this is where he got the moniker "Cicada". Like the trope namer this is because he has sustained lung damage.
  • Vigilante Man: Hunts metahumans who he believes are evil.
  • Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Whenever he is in a jam, he escapes to the sky.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: It's implied much of his fractured mental state is due to the dark matter affecting his brain, similar to DeVoe. The fact that he has a change of heart once he takes the metahuman cure lends credence to this theory.

     Peter Merkel / Rag Doll 

     Grace Gibbons 

Grace Gibbons

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"Nora lied to me. She'll pay. They'll all pay!"

Species: Human note 

Played By: Islie Hirvonen; Sarah Carter (older dream version)

Appearances: The Flash

Orlin's niece who was put into a comatose state thanks to DeVoe's satellite. Unknown to anybody, a piece of shrapnel from the satellite lodged in her brain has given her powers similar to her uncle's.

see the Arrowverse: Time Criminals page to see her future self

  • Blue and Orange Morality: Justified As the dark matter shrapnel in her brain as severely compromised her: she sees her uncle as good and anybody who opposes him as bad.
  • Brought Down to Normal: After some convincing, she takes the meta cure, erasing her evil future version from existence.
  • Creepy Child: Grace has become this while in the coma, thanks to soaking up Dr. Ambres and Orlin's anti-meta rhetoric, wanting to hide the truth about her home life and the dark matter shrapnel in her brain. If she ever wakes up, the first thing she'll do is hunt down XS and the Flash for "hurting" her uncle.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: Well, uncle in this case, but it's revealed that not only does Grace know about her uncle's actions, but she approves of them because she feels the same way he does about metas. She sees him as a hero and anybody who wants to stop him — the Flash and XS as the villain who need to be stopped.
  • Fantastic Racism: A combination of the death of her parents, and her own injuries at the hands of metahumans, as well as unconsciously hearing her uncle and Dr. Ambers' anti-meta rhetoric has given her the same metahuman hatred as her caregivers, regardless of the fact that she's a metahuman herself.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her parents were (accidentally) killed by a metahuman. Then she was put a coma by DeVoe's satellite, and was able to listen to Dr. Ambres and Orlin's anti-meta rhetoric thanks to the dark-matter shrapnel in her brain.
  • Harmful to Minors: Grace watched from the car as her parents were blown up by an ATM a meta accidentally turned into a bomb.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Nora convinces her to let go of her anger.
  • Kidnapped by an Ally: Her future version kidnaps her.
  • Legacy Character: It's heavily implied but not explicitly confirmed she'll become Cicada II in the future, with the shard in her brain providing the same powers to the point future authorities won't even realize they're different people; and she'll be even worse than her uncle. Confirmed as of "Failure is an Orphan" where her future version comes to the past to stop Team Flash from curing her uncle and then her.
  • Lotus-Eater Machine: In order to deal with the trauma of her situation, her brain is deliberately sugarcoating her life with Orlin — for starters the apartment is nice and clean, and the dollhouse they were going to build together is finished.
  • Red Right Hand: The wound on her forehead which is gonna get bigger, going by her future counterpart.
  • Superior Successor: If the implications that she will succeed her uncle for the mantle of Cicada, this means she is far more dangerous than he ever was with one of the highest body counts in the entire Arrowverse. Confirmed as of "Failure is an Orphan".
  • Walking Spoiler: Her future self shows up in the final quarter of Season 5 just as Team Flash administers the cure to her Uncle Orlin becoming the Big Bad.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: Just like her uncle, her head wound is similar in appearance to his chest injury, being caused by shrapnel from the same dark matter satellite core. Though despite being in a hospital for months, no attempt is made to treat it as the shrapnel being lodged in her brain makes it far too risky to remove.

Serums (Mirakuru, Velocity, Stardust, etc)

    Slade Wilson / Deathstroke 

    Roy Harper / Arsenal 

    Nate Heywood / Steel 

    Isabel Rochev / Ravager 

    Cyrus Gold / The Acolyte 

    Eliza Harmon / Trajectory 

Eliza Harmon/Trajectory

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"There's beauty in chaos."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Trajectory

Played By: Alison Page

Appearances: The Flash

A scientist at Mercury Labs who gained the ability of Super Speed by reverse-engineering the Velocity 9 formula initially created by Caitlin Snow and Harry Wells.


  • Adaptational Curves: Her comic counterpart is more or less modestly endowed, which is justified since she's a teenager there. Here, she's well-endowed, though it wasn't explicitly shown outside of Freeze-Frame Bonus.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Trajectory is a hero in the comics. Here, she's a villain who does things For the Evulz.
  • Age Lift: In the comics, Trajectory is a teenager. Here, she's an adult working as a scientist.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: As Trajectory, she loses her lass but gains so much sass.
  • Boobs of Steel: She's a well-endowed, hard-hitting speedster.
  • Brainy Brunette: She's a brilliant scientist who was able to reproduce the Velocity-9 despite her lack of knowledge on the formula.
  • Chaos Is Evil: The Trajectory personality loves mad, devastating discord, the antithesis to orderly scientist Eliza.
  • Chewing the Scenery: She speaks very theatrically.
  • Composite Character: Her characterization and role in the plot is more in line with the comic version of Edward Clariss/The Rival, seeing as how she is also a Mad Scientist who artificially gives herself Super Speed and whose body disintegrates from running too fast.
  • Dark Action Girl: One of the most cutthroat opponents that Barry has faced in the series.
  • Domino Mask: Part of her costume.
  • Drugs Are Bad: She's deeply addicted to Velocity-9, and the acts of villainy are her riding the latest high.
  • Drunk on the Dark Side: Causing chaos and abusing her powers gives her a deep thrill.
  • Evil Former Friend: Eventually becomes this to Caitlin. It's implied that she's a False Friend from the get go.
  • For the Evulz: She just wants to cause chaos for the hell of it.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: Her addiction to Velocity-9 is what ultimately kills her.
  • Hot Scientist: She's not at all bad-looking.
  • Jerkass: She robs, maims and destroys purely For the Evulz.
  • Jekyll & Hyde: Her normal personality often clashes with the Trajectory one.
  • Karmic Death: While it's sad what happened to her, she caused a lot of chaos and had no regard for the lives she threatened or endangered. There was ultimately no one to blame for her death other than herself.
  • Monster of the Aesop: She is used to teach Barry that he shouldn't take Velocity drugs.
  • Never My Fault: Her Trajectory personality rationalizes that what's happening to them is Caitlin's fault for asking her help on Velocity-9.
  • No Body Left Behind: Her body disintegrates as she dies.
  • Race Lift: The character is black in the comics, but white here. For some reason, though, this interpretation of the character wears cornrows, a traditionally black hairstyle.
  • Reality Ensues: Taking an experimental drug winds up having unexpected, and ultimately fatal side-effects. The fact that the drug was intended for use on a metahuman (which Eliza was not) can't have helped.
  • The Scapegoat: She always makes it look like The Flash is the one who is doing her shenanigans.
  • Self-Disposing Villain: After she takes even more Velocity-9 in the climax, she runs so fast that her body seemingly disintegrates.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: She's a Monster of the Week who seemingly dies in her debut episode, but her death scene is what clues Barry in to the fact that Zoom is "Jay Garrick". Additionally, her costume was eventually used by Jesse once she herself becomes a speedster.
  • Split Personality: Implied to be the cause of her addiction to Velocity-9.
  • Superpowered Evil Side: The Trajectory personality is more dominant and in control of her Super Speed.
  • Super Speed: Though she gains it through artificial means.
  • Tempting Fate: Claims she'll see Flash again after taking her last dose of V-9... only to literally run herself to death.
  • Villain of the Week: She is the first evil speedster who is this rather than a season-long Big Bad, until the Rival showed up.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: She reverse engineers V-9, then gets hooked on it and develops a split personality.

    Baron Krieger 

    Derek Sampson 

Derek Sampson

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Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Cody Runnels

Appearances: Arrow

A drug-dealer who specializes in a drug called "Stardust", until after being thrown into a vat of Stardust, he emerges without feeling any sense of pain and gains advanced healing properties and body strength.


    Ricardo Diaz 

    Godspeed 

Other

    Eobard Thawne / The Reverse-Flash 

    Caitlin Snow / Killer Frost 

    Henry Hewitt / Tokamak 

Henry Hewitt/Tokamak

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"I deserve the Firestorm Matrix."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Tokamak

Played By: Demore Barnes

Appearances: The Flash

A scientist who incessantly wants to become the meta-human Firestorm after he was offered the chance. He does not take it well when he and Stein turns out to be incompatible.

see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for his Earth-2 counterpart

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: His comics counterpart was a lot worse than him, who was a villain long before gaining powers, being a Corrupt Corporate Executive who sought to create his own Evil Knockoff of Firestorm and eliminate the superhero, in the process turning himself into Tokamak. Comparatively this Tokamak was a normal well-mannered civilian who Jumped at the Call only to have his desires shattered and then became Drunk on the Dark Side.
  • Adaptation Distillation: His long history of being a Corrupt Corporate Executive and trying to recreate Firestorm's powers are Adapted Out and he was introduced as being a Firestorm candidate before a failed attempt to merge turned him into Tokamak.
  • Angry Black Man: Turns out Hewitt is this, and has had run-ins with the law. Getting imbued with tachyon particles does not help matters.
  • Age Lift: In the comics, Hewitt is an elderly multimillionaire who turns himself into Tokamak to restore his youth.
  • Alliterative Name: Henry Hewitt.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Comes off initially as a well-meaning young man who shows deference to Stein as an accomplished colleague, who simply seemed particularly confident about his "destiny" to aspire to greater things. But as soon as things didn't follow his expectations, he quickly shows his true colors; hot-headed and temperamental.
  • Black and Nerdy: He's a brilliant scientist and recognizes a nerdy reference from Cisco.
  • Energy Absorption: Gains this after his failed merger with Stein, draining power from nearby sources.
  • Entitled Bastard: He really thinks that he deserves to be Firestorm, which is why he's incompatible with Dr. Stein.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Jax. Both were candidates to become Ronnie's successor as the host body for Firestorm, but while Jax is reluctant about the matter, Hewitt is entitled to the point of delusion. They have parallel backgrounds, too; Hewitt couldn't find a stable job due to his smug attitude, while Jax compromised his promising football career by doing something noble. Having the same race as well as having Alliterative Names is probably another bonus.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Another big reason Hewitt isn't the right partner for Stein. Unfortunately, this comes up after he gets powers from trying to merge with Stein.
  • Hand Blast: Can generate the energy he absorbs and release it as powerful blasts from his hands
  • Insufferable Genius: Hewitt is brilliant, he knows it, and he thinks this instantly makes him better than anyone else; this attitude was already causing him some job issues before he gained powers.
  • It's All About Me: As if him being an Entitled Bastard indicates, he cares only for himself and his goals.
  • Jerkass: Insults Caitlin for getting his hopes up on becoming Firestorm, berates and threatens his boss who rightly grills Hewitt for his tardiness and poor work ethic, and openly slanders Jefferson for replacing him.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted. He shares his first name with Barry's father.
  • Power Glows: Has a reddish orange aura after his powers are triggered.
  • Race Lift: He's Caucasian in the comics.
  • Smug Snake: The moment it's clear that he can't be Firestorm, he flips out.
  • You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: Hewitt's attempt to merge with Stein results in his gaining fire powers fueled by rage. Fortunately, Firestorm and the Flash are able to make him burn himself out before he can do too much damage.

    Firestorm II 
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page

    Firestorm III (Soviet Firestorm) 
see the Arrowverse: Firestorm page for the Firestorm entity
see the Arrowverse: Vandal Savage & Followers page for Valentina Vostok

    Ray Terrill / The Ray II 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page

     Dr. Thomas Snow / Icicle 

Dr. Thomas Snow

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Icicle

Played by: Kyle Secor

Appearances: The Flash

A scientist and Caitlin's supposedly deceased father.


  • Adaptation Name Change: Icicle in the comics is named Joar or Cameron Mahkent. As he's a Disappeared Dad and a scientist, it's likely that he's based on Joar.
  • Archnemesis Dad: Killer Frost fights him to protect her teammates from his attempted murder of them.
  • Canon Character All Along: He gets mentioned a few times prior to Season Five, but it isn't until his debut appearance that he's established as the show's version of Icicle.
  • Chekhov M.I.A.: He's presumed dead for many years, and finding him after discovering that he's only Faking the Dead is Caitlin's Story Arc for The Flash Season 5.
  • Disappeared Dad: He "dies" when Caitlin was ten years old.
  • Dying Declaration of Love: Paternal example, as his last words are telling his daughter how much he loves her and how much he regrets leaving his family.
  • Faking the Dead: He disappears to find a cure for his ALS, but lets his family believe that he died from the disease.
  • Fighting from the Inside: Caitlin suspects that, if Icicle tried so hard to find a way to kill Thomas, it meant that he still had a part of him trying to break free. She's eventually proven right as Thomas stops Icicle from stabbing Caitlin to death.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Right when he manages to get control over Icicle, he takes Cicada II's dagger In the Back to protect Caitlin.
  • An Ice Person: He treated himself with an experimental cryogenic therapy which resulted in his Split Personality of Icicle. He did the same to his daughter, which in turn resulted with the birth of Killer Frost.
  • Ill Boy: He had ALS, which necessitates the cryogenic treatment that resulted in him being a metahuman.
  • It Runs in the Family: His wife and daughter are all scientists. On the dramatic side there is the potential for ALS he passed onto his daughter, along with ice powers and a split personality created when he tried to cure her.
  • Not Quite Flight: He can use his icy blasts to impulse himself; that's how he escapes from Team Flash in his debut episode.
  • One Steve Limit: Shares his first name with John Constantine's father and the late (both Earths 1 and X) Tommy Merlyn.
  • Posthumous Character: Caitlin says he died, only to be revealed that he really didn't.
  • Professor Guinea Pig: He got his powers from self-experimenting cryogenic cures for ALS. Caitlin got hers from him using a more perfected process on her, since she inherited his ALS genes.
  • Related in the Adaptation: This incarnation of Icicle is the father of Caitlin Snow. In the comics, not only are they unrelated, but their powers are completely different.
  • Taking the Bullet: Jumps in to take Cicada II's dagger for Caitlin, getting fatally wounded in the process.

    Ray Terrill / The Ray II 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page

    Dr. Carla Tannhauser 

Unknown

    Todd Rice / Obsidian 

    Dr. Charles McNider / Dr. Mid-Nite 

    Jake Simmons / Deathbolt 

Jake Simmons/Deathbolt

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"Thanks for the top-off."

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Deathbolt

Played By: Doug Jones

Appearances: Arrow | The Flash

A meta-human who has the ability to harness and weaponize plasma though his eyes and absorb electricity. He's already a notorious bank robber before gaining his powers.


  • Aborted Arc: When getting incarcerated, it seemed like the next time he would appear the mystery about how he got his powers before the Particle Accelerator accident would be revealed. Instead, he was unceremoniously killed off by Captain Cold and nothing about his origin has been revealed up to date.
  • Apologetic Attacker: Apologizes to Felicity before telling her he's going to kill her.
  • Boom, Headshot!: From Captain Cold's Cold Gun, no less.
  • Energy Absorption: His main defensive power.
  • Enhanced Punch: Can channel his energy into his fists, allowing him go toe to toe with Ray in the A.T.O.M. suit..
  • Evil Vegetarian: A deleted scene from "Grodd Lives" reveals that he will only eat vegan food.
  • Eye Beams: One of the ways he uses his offensive power.
  • Facial Horror: Getting blasted point blank with Cold's Freeze Ray causes his face and neck to become severely frost bitten.
  • Killed Off for Real: Gets lethally blasted in the face by Colds Freeze Ray in Rogue Air.
  • Lean and Mean: He is skinny and quite an ass.
  • One Of These Is Not Like The Others: Unlike the rest of the pipeline's inmates, he didn't get his powers from the Particle Accelerator explosion.
  • Only Sane Man: In "Rogue Air", he's the more reasonable metahuman prisoner, trying to breakup a fight between Mardon and Nimbus, to no avail.
  • Outside-Context Problem: Zig-Zagged. He is certainly not the first metahuman villain in the Arrowverse, but he is one for Team Arrow who usually deal with Badass Normals with the exception of Slade, and even then he didn't have the same powers like other metahumans. He is, however, the first metahuman who did not receive his powers from the Particle Accelerator and how he got his powers is still a mystery.
  • Plasma Cannon: His main offensive power.
  • Power Glows: His eyes and fists glow red when he charges up for fighting.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes becomes red before shooting his Eye Beams.
  • Remember the New Guy?: If you don't watch Arrow or missed that show's episode where he showed up, chances are you have no idea who the hell he is.
  • Rogues-Gallery Transplant: Deathbolt is an All-Star Squadron villain in the comics. Counts as In-Universe too, as he was transplanted from Star(ling) City upon being defeated by Ray Palmer/The Atom.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He dies after being in two episodes (one of which was on Arrow), but his existence has massive implications for the Arrow/Flash universe.
  • Starter Villain: For Ray Palmer, being the first true threat he faces solo as the Atom, not counting Oliver.
  • Super Strength: He's got more physical strength than the Atom's Power Armour.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: The Atom (remote-controlled by Green Arrow) took him down using nothing more than boxing jabs.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: If you only watch The Flash or didn't see his debut in Arrow, then he gets very little in the way of personality traits before his untimely demise.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Tried to choke Felicity to death.

    Adam Fells / Geomancer 

Adam Fells/Geomancer

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"What is it they say in boxing? Let's get ready to rumble!"

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Geomancer

Played By: Adam Stafford

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with the ability to create earthquakes who arrives in Central City while Barry, Cisco, and Wells are out of town.

see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for his Earth-2 counterpart

    The Pilgrim 

     Cecille Horton 

    William Lang / Gridlock 

William Lang

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/the_flash_gridlock_1138248_1280x0.jpeg

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Gridlock

Played By: Daniel Cudmore

Appearances: The Flash

An airplane hijacker.


    Vanessa Jansen / Block 

Vanessa Jansen

Species: Enhanced Human

Known Aliases: Block

Played By: Erin Cummings

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with the power to create cubical force fields.


  • Adaptation Distillation: In the comics the Human Block was a part of a freakshow where she demonstrated her powers and was manipulated by Zoom in a long scheme to both destroy the Flash and steal her powers. Here she's just a metahuman criminal that's another victim of Cicada.
  • Adaptational Villainy: In the comics, the Human Block was manipulated by Zoom into believing Flash was evil and made to commit acts of terrorism to prove it to the public. Here she's a villain of her own choice.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In the comics she could freeze any atom in place, allowing herself to become invulnerable and immovable or to make force fields out of air even the Flash couldn't phase through. Here she can only make block shaped force fields and herself was vulnerable.
  • Barrier Warrior: She is able to generate force fields which she can use both offensively and defensively.
  • Body Horror: She projects cubical force fields around her victims and then compresses them to the point where they become a block of flesh.
  • Killed Off for Real: She is killed by Cicada.
  • Power Hair: Ports short hair.
  • Race Lift: She's based off the Human Block, a character manipulated by Zoom into attacking the Flash, who was Maori in the comics.
  • Stone Wall: Due to her powers, she's more of a threat defensively.

     Raelene Sharp 

Raelene Sharp

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Cassandra Ebner

Appearances: The Flash

A meta that can turn her arms into deadly blades and a target of Cicada's crusade.


  • Asshole Victim: Cicada's doctor accomplice mentions her as having sent multiple people to the hospital with her powers.
  • Comic-Book Movies Don't Use Codenames: Her comic Alter Ego Razorsharp isn't used in the show.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: Able to turn her arms into razor-sharp blades.
  • The Worf Effect: Despite being killed by him in the end, Raelene manages to seriously injure Cicada, more than Team Flash could so far.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Gets murdered by Cicada in the opening scene of Flash 5x6, without any deeper look into her character.

    Pamela Isley / Poison Ivy 

    Basil Karlo / Clayface 

     Carl Bork 

Carl Bork

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Andre Tricoteux

Appearances: The Flash

A meta with superhuman strength, associate of Norvock and another target of Cicada's crusade.


  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Poor guy didn't stand a chance against Cicada.
  • Dumb Muscle: Didn't seem to be particularly bright.
  • Identical Stranger: His actor portrayed to minor roles in the Arrowverse already, one in Arrow, the other in ''Legends of Tomorrow'.
  • Mythology Gag: His only line, "You can't hurt Bork, but Bork can hurt you!" is taken directly from the comics.
  • Super Strength: Apparently his only superpower.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Another meta that gets murdered by Cicada in his introduction scene.

     Goldface 

Goldface

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Damion Poitier

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with liquid gold inside his body which he can use to become invulnerable or heal injuries.


  • Alien Blood: When he's knocked out via electrocution, liquid gold pours from his eyes.
  • Arms Dealer: Runs a black market on illicit tech in Central City. He's planning on moving into organ trafficking in his debut.
  • Chain Pain: Can expand the gold chain he wears into a long whip.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: Has gold manipulation powers, apparently sourced from his bones, that gives him the ability to heal his flesh, armor it with gold or to modify gold accessories into weapons.
  • Healing Factor: Can heal the skin above his gold coated bones.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Can become as durable as gold.
  • Race Lift: The Goldface in the comics is white. He's black here.
  • Unbreakable Bones: His skull is briefly shown coated in a gold-like substance.

     Renee Adler 

Renee Adler

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Appearances: The Flash

A telekinetic metahuman and the Earth-1 counterpart of Harrison Sherloque Wells' five ex-wives.

see the Arrowverse: Earth-38 — Other Locales page for her Earth-38 counterpart
see the Arrowverse: Other Earths page for her various counterparts

     Philip Master / Acid Master 

Philip Master / Acid Master

Species: Enhanced Human

Played By: John Gillich

Appearances: The Flash

A metahuman with the power to emit highly corrosive acid.


  • Acid Attack: His primary ability, though he has to consume large amounts of acid in order to do this.
  • The Bait: To get to Cicada, they wait until the latter tracks him down, then portal Philip into a cell at S.T.A.R. Labs.
  • Flat Character: Basically only exists to lure Cicada into a trap.
  • Poison Is Corrosive: His powers in a nutshell, combined with Hollywood Acid.
  • Power Incontinence: He apparently needs to consume massive amounts of acid to survive.

From the different sides of The Multiverse

From Earth-2

    Hunter Zolomon / Zoom / Black Flash 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page for Hunter Zolomon / Zoom
see the Arrowverse: Other Entities page for Black Flash

    Dinah Laurel Lance / Black Siren / Black Canary 

    Jesse Wells / Jesse Quick 

    Al Rothstein / Atom Smasher 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page

    Eddie Slick / Sand Demon 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page

    Shay Lamden / King Shark 

    Linda Park / Dr. Light 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page

    Dante Ramon / Rupture 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page

    Solovar 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-2 page

From Earth-3

    Jay Garrick / The Flash 

From Earth-19

    Cynthia Reynolds / Gypsy 

    Josh / Breacher 

From Earth-X

    Ray Terrill / The Ray I 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page

    Laurel Lance / Siren 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-X page

From Earth-90

    Barry Allen / The Flash 
see the Arrowverse: Earth-90 page


Alternative Title(s): The Flash 2014 Metahumans

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