The Flash’ reveals the identification of the man carrying the iron mask that has been saved in Zoom’s lair on Earth-2 all this time and it is a familiar face.
“The Flash” pulled one other twist in the season 2 finale that has brought one other speedster into the fold. The Man within the Iron Mask who was held prisoner by Zoom in his lair on Earth-2 was none aside from [SPOILER ALERT!] the real Jay Garrick from Earth-three, who is played by John Wesley Shipp.
Sure, Shipp is back within the Flash costume after taking part in the character on the nineties Tv sequence. The twist additionally permits Shipp to remain on the show after his other character, Barry’s father Henry Allen, was killed by Zoom.
Shipp admits he was as shocked as viewers would be about this twist. “I by no means noticed this coming,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I left at first of the season, I came back once, but for the most of the season, I used to be gone. So to be brought again as part of a triple whammy, first with Henry’s death, which I expected, then the reveal of the man in the iron mask, which is me, which I did not anticipate, and then I definitely didn’t count on the man within the iron mask to be Jay Garrick. It’s a triple whammy for sure.”
Shipp reveals that Jay’s dynamic with Barry goes to be completely different from Henry’s, though they have the same face. He says, “They’d a really bodily, arms-on relationship. It was crucial to Barry. However that’s not who Jay is. Jay has no idea when he comes out of that iron mask, the emotional mine subject that he is walking into. Going ahead, that is going to be attention-grabbing to discover.”
“He needs to have the same relationship with Jay that he had with his father, but Jay is coming from place of, ‘That has nothing to do with who I am,’ ” Shipp provides. “This is not the Henry/Barry relationship in another type. Jay is a really totally different man.”
Also in the season finale, Barry managed to defeat Zoom. But losing his father after losing his mother was a lot for him, so he determined to avoid wasting his mom up to now. This, in fact, can have repercussions for him and the timeline normally.
If a fan principle that first started after Barry determined towards saving his mother in final yr’s finale is right, the show is going to do the Flashpoint in season 3. The said arc was launched within the comic ebook, “The New 52”, by which Barry finds himself in an alternate timeline through which his mom is just not useless, but a lot of the world’s heroes are like villains.