The Flash: Every Character Returning For The 100th Episode

Zoom is Returning for The Flash 100th Episode

Another villain returning for The Flash 100th episode is Zoom. Voice actor Tony Todd is confirmed to be returning as the voice of Zoom with Teddy Sears appearing once again as Hunter Zolomon (who originally pretended to be the superhero Jay Garrick in The Flash season 2). Zoom is the supervillain who killed Barry Allen's father and went up against the Legion of Doom. While it will be great to have Sears back on the show, it's sure to be another dangerous reunion.

Savitar is Returning for The Flash 100th Episode

As if facing off against the Reverse Flash and Zoom wasn't enough, Barry will also see himself up against his future self/time remnant Savitar. It's sure to be an interesting family reunion, but will the future Flash Museum have warned Nora about this particular part of her father's past? Just what Barry hopes to learn from all these previous foes seems to be The Flash's 100th episode's biggest mystery, as many of these supervillains have killed (or have come close to killing) people that Barry loves the most, including his mother, his father, and one of his closest friends.

The Rival & Trajectory Are Returning for The Flash 100th Episode

The Rival and Trajectory The Flash 100th episode

Zoom voice actor Tony Todd said all the speedster villains are returning for The Flash 100th episode. Does this include the Rival and Trajectory (notable for being The Flash's first female speedster), both of whom only appeared in a few episodes as well? Only time will tell, but it would be interesting if speed or the Speed Force itself held some clue to defeating Cicada. It's proven helpful in the past, so it would make sense for it to happen again, especially since the Speed Force has played a significant part throughout the series.


The Flash's 100th episode, "What's Past is Prologue," is sure to be an exciting hour of television for longtime fans who've seen the on-screen Barry Allen go through several ups and downs over the past four years. Whatever happens, though, the episode is not only going to progress Team Flash's story forward in their attempt to defeat Cicada but also potentially set up the following week's Arrowverse crossover event, Elseworlds, which appears to be bringing 1990's The Flash TV show into canon.

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The Flash 100th episode, "What's Past is Prologue," airs on Tuesday, December 4 on The CW.

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