'The Flash' Season 6 Finale: Will Jason Momoa's Aquaman turn up to help Barry Allen and his team?
We saw Ezra Miller's Flash in Crisis, will we see Jason Momoa's Aquaman in the finale now?
We're a week away from the finale of the CW show 'The Flash'. Things are coming to a head, as Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) has a lot of things on his to-do list. Apart from getting his wife Iris West (Candice Patton) back from the Mirrorverse before she dies, he needs to stop Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) from wreaking havoc on Joseph Carver, as well as get his own powers back. It's going to be an intense finale, that's for sure.
In the latest episode 'Pay The Piper', Barry had to team up with a reluctant ally-turned-foe to defeat Godspeed, while Iris managed to find Kamilla (Victoria Park) within the Mirrorverse. Emotions ran high, as the team was still feeling distraught over the absence of Iris and Kamilla. At the end of the episode, Barry gave one of his world-famous pep talks as he told Team Flash that they've suffered enough and lost a lot this year, but that won't stop them from bringing Eva down.
Eva hasn't faced Team Flash fully and really doesn't know what she's in for. And then Cisco comes up with an idea of how to breach the Mirrorverse. He says they need a perpetual motion machine and he is missing just one component. He says he will find it in Atlantis, which means a possible encounter with Aquaman! Atlantis and Aquaman have a comic history. The city was magically advanced and these abilities helped transform into amphibious species when the island nation went down into the ocean.
Considering we saw Ezra Miller as Flash during Crisis, it's quite possible that we might see Jason Momoa as Aquaman in the finale. The showrunners have obviously kept things under wrap, but this would make for a pleasant twist. Aquaman and Aqualad have appeared in other DC-related shows, as Momoa starred in 'Justice League' and 'Aquaman', while Drew Van Acker played Garth/ Aqualad in 'Titans' Season 2. These characters have had a prominent presence in the animated series, 'Justice League and 'Young Justice'.
The finale promises to be electric and hopefully many questions will be answered. Tune into 'The Flash' finale on The CW, Tuesdays at 8 pm.