The Flash is reportedly adding three new metahumans. According to a report, the CW series based on DC Comics has made a casting call for three new characters that are speculated to be DeVoe’s three remaining bus metas that will play a larger role in the latter part of the Season 4.
According to That Hashtag Show the three metahumans that The Flash is looking to introduce are Null, Crucifier and possibly the Folded Man.
As per the report, Null happens to be a young female thief with the power to manipulate gravity. The second character assumed to be Folding Man is a hippie with the power that allows him to travel into the second and fourth dimensions. With his powers, he is had to track. As for the Crucifier, he is a vampire and the leader of Tenth Circle. His powers include the ability to use the bodies of other superheroes as hosts for the spirits of his fellow vampires. The official casting call for each character reads as follows.
[NULL] Female, mid 20s, African American. An accomplished jewel thief who has escaped capture for a long time. Has the ability to manipulate gravity. Sassy, but dangerous. RECURRING GUEST STAR
[CRUCIFER] The leader of the Tenth Circle, Crucifer is a scarred brute who fights Breacher (Danny Trejo). No lines.
[EDWIN] Male, 30s, Open Ethnicity. A hippie-type, Edwin has his life upended when he develops a power that makes him very hard to track.
Fans know that Clifford DeVoe’s story is not over yet. In the last week’s episode, the supervillain jumped into the body of bus meta Izzy Bowen. These new characters are speculated to be the remaining three bus metas he could use for to carry forward his destructive plans.
The Flash starring Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, Candice Patton as Iris West, Carlos Valdes as Cisco, Tom Cavanagh as Harry, and Jesse L. Martin as Joe West airs on Tuesday nights on The CW. Be sure to visit Pursue News for more updates and information.
Source: That Hashtag Show
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