"The Flash" has continued to ultimately tease the identity of Savitar, the God of Speed. Speculations have surfaced all over the web, browsing through the many possibilities that can befall the villain.
As some may know, "The Flash" has encountered a handful of antagonists to this day, ranging from Professor Zoom to Captain Cold and Heatwave, and now, the murdering Savitar. Fans who watch the series may be aware that Savitar murdered Iris West, which makes things rather complex for the team of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin).
According to TV Line, Gustin seemingly hid the entirety of Savitar with his latest interview, saying that the characters will slowly be given an idea as to who the villain is. What he guarantees, however, is that it will not be the same method of revelation which was used in the past characters. Gustin iterated that unlike for Zoom and Reverse-Flash, which were pieced together before the unveiling, this year will have "The Flash" audiences gasping and hints will not be given prior, which could mean everything will just be surprised all throughout.
The recent episode of "The Flash" shows how Barry messed up the Flashpoint universe, after an attempt to correct his mother's unwanted death. By doing so, the rest of the universe is what it is at the moment, a complete mix-up. The troubles keep coming as Wally West (Keiynan Lonsdale) gets sucked into the Speed Force, releasing Savitar which Jesse Quick (Violette Beane) was pit to extinguish care of H.R. (Tom Cavanagh). After what looked like a defeating of the God of Speed, Savitar disappears, with Barry saving Wally and Henry Garrick (John Wesley Shipp) volunteering to stay in his place.
"The Flash" is one of the DC Universe's most decorated heroes. That being said, the plot will continue to be one of the most intriguing in the television universe, which started in 2014 and is still strongly running to this day.