Killer Frost Strikes In Awesome New Poster For Tonight’s Episode Of The Flash


Killer Frost Strikes In Awesome New Poster For Tonight's Episode Of The Flash

When the pilot episode of The Flash revealed that Caitlin Snow would be part of his team, comic book fans were left wondering when exactly she would make the transformation into the villainous Killer Frost. However, as time has gone on, it’s become clear that there isn’t a bad bone in her body, and those same fans would now be horrified to see the S.T.A.R. Labs scientist go from hero to villain.

It’s lucky then that tonight’s instalment of The Flash will feature Barry Allen and Cisco accompanying Dr. Harrison Wells to Earth-2, and it’s there that they’ll come face to face with this alternate version of Caitlin along with Robbie Amell as Deathstorm.

Asked about the relationship between those two characters, actress Danielle Panabaker had this to say.

“It’s a little bit more “Bonnie and Clyde.” There’s the same amount of passion, and they do love each other the same as on Earth-One. They’re just evil! They just like to hurt people and steal from them.”

As for how the two different versions of Caitlin compare to each other, the actress added:

“It’s more a contrast than a comparison. I don’t know that they share that much in common other than they love a guy named Ronnie. She also has some pretty great quips throughout the episode. She is smart and she is pretty loyal… but that’s probably all they do have in common!”

The two-part episode of The Flash is going to feature a lot of major reveals, as we get to see the Earth-2 counterparts of some of our favourite characters, and we’re feeling confident that Killer Frost will without a doubt be one of the highlights. At least, if the awesome new poster below is any indication.

Be sure to check back there later for a first look at next week’s instalment of The Flash as the team attempt to escape from Earth-2!

Killer Frost Strikes In Awesome New Poster For Tonight's Episode Of The Flash

Source: TV Line

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