The Flash Season 3: Episode 21 tonight, Barry tries to warn the future in a new explosive trailer!

Cinema 9 May, 2017

While the episode 21 of season 3 of The Flash will be broadcast tonight on the CW, the American network has just unveiled a new explosive trailer of the last episodes!
How can we stop our own future? And yes, meltynauts, this is a very difficult question facing our hero. After a terribly moving episode, Barry discovered that Savitar was nothing but a future version of himself. A vision of the future decided to destroy him psychologically and that will not make him absolutely no gifts in the last episodes of the season. While Melty’s editorial team offered you to discover our criticism of the episode 20 of season 3 of The Flash , let’s go back in detail about the new images unveiled by the CW . And the least we can say is that Savitar is a broken and hopeless version of our hero. Tormented and nothing more to lose, The Big Bad of this third part will prove cruel and ready for anything so that Barry will one day end up looking like him. Iris will even try to reason with him but it is clear that his attempt is doomed to failure since we have already gone into the future. In the same way, Joe will try to understand the motivations of this Barry but will soon put back in its place .
For his part, Killer Frost might soon realize that Savitar is using her for one single purpose and as soon as he reaches her he will not hesitate to part with her. Can the young woman return to the camp of the Gentiles? In any case, we should witness a new confrontation between Killer Frost and Vibe. One thing is certain: the Season Finale looks spectacular and our hero may well make extreme decisions to stop the version of himself that intends to destroy his life. But then, will Barry choose to make the ultimate sacrifice by imprisoning himself in the Speed ​​Force? We will have to wait to get the best of it. While waiting for more info, (Re) discover the video promotion of episode 21 of season 3 of The Flash on melty. What do you think of these unpublished images?