The Flash season six raced onto our screens this week with a premiere aptly titled ‘Into The Void’.
Aside from the literal black hole that threatened to destroy Central City, this void also refers of course to the hole left behind by Nora’s death. Unfortunately, it looks like this isn’t the only tragedy looming if the premiere’s final scene was anything to go by.
But is everything really what it seems?
Just as Barry and Iris finally found time to honour Nora, The Monitor casually dropped by at the end of the episode with a bombshell that will change everything for the show moving forward.
We’ve known since day one that The Flash will mysteriously vanish in a future “Crisis”, but now that the Arrowverse crossover is just weeks away, the circumstances surrounding his disappearance have been revealed, and they’re… Well, they’re not great.
According to The Monitor, Crisis On Infinite Earths will now take place five years earlier on December 10, 2019, and this is when Barry will save the lives of billions by making “the ultimate sacrifice”.