The Flash Monster Promo Vid Sees Struggle For Trust & New Monster in Town

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There's a lot happening in The Flashnow that Flashpoint is in effect. And even though we've been seeing glimpses of future heroes in the show, we're also seeing a handful of villains.

With the latest episode now seeing Caitlin manifesting more similar powers of her double, Killer Frost. This is the actual Caitlin of Earth-1, who has just experienced a Frost makeover, thanks to a light streak inn her hair and bluish lips.

But this isn't all there is to it, as another meta-human is wreaking havoc in Central City. The newest promo video for The Flash, titled Monster, sees The Flash confronting another meta-human in town. This time, it seems to be an actual monster, somewhere along the lines of King Shark rather than an actual human-looking meta-human.

Harrison Wells is adorable with his usual comic stint with Cisco. Until of course, we see another possible side to him. Everyone's pretty much wary of Wells at this point.

From the first episode of the series, we knew he wasn't telling everyone the truth. Earth-2 Wells, who is the actual Wells no strings attached, has gone back home. And now the new recruited Wells seems to be hiding a secret, too.

Is every Wells in The Flash going to be moody and/or a scheming villain? It's almost telling that the caption "There's a monster in town" is flashed in the same part as when Cisco is rummaging through new Wells' stuff. Things may not be all that cheery—even if this version of Wells seems to be.

Caitlin calls on her mother for help with her growing meta powers. Desperate to understand what is happening to her, Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) visits her mother, Dr. Tannhauser (guest star Susan Walters), a renowned biomedical researcher, in the hopes that her mother can provide some answers about Caitlin's growing meta-human powers. However, when Dr. Tannhauser treats her daughter like a test subject, Caitlin grows cold and brings up past wounds causing the two to have a major blowout. Meanwhile, after a mysterious new meta-human attacks Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) tries to convince Julian (Tom Felton) to let him assist on the case.

The Flash airs every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. on The CW.

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