The Flash Ending Explained: Is [SPOILER] The New Batman?

After years of development issues and delays, The Flash has finally been released in theaters. Ezra Miller's Barry Allen technically debuted in Suicide Squad via brief security camera footage of Captain Boomerang's capture, and he appeared again briefly in Batman v Superman, but The Flash made his first proper appearance when Batman recruited him in Justice Leage. Now, as the DC Universe prepares to embark on a new creative vision courtesy of DC Studios co-CEOs James Gunn and Peter Safran, The Flash finally has his own feature film.
The Flash very loosely adapts the DC Comics story Flashpoint and sees Barry Allen travel back in time to save his mother, who was murdered when Barry was a child. While he's successful, this change causes a ripple effect through time that creates a new, unsustainable timeline. With multiple timelines, several versions of different characters, and previous DC Universe movie plots all clashing, it can be a bit confusing to solidify just where The Flash and the DC Universe as a whole stand when the credits roll.
What Happens At The End Of The Flash After main Barry, past Barry, Batman, and Supergirl attack Zod’s forces, they’re eventually overwhelmed by the might of the Kryptonian army. Batman and Supergirl both die, which prompts the Barrys to go back a few minutes and do things differently. Though their ally's original fates are avoided, they die once again, differently, and it becomes clear to main Barry that the destruction of this Earth is an unavoidable moment in the timeline. The futility of failing to win forces main Barry to accept that he can't change the past, and he needs to let his mother go. Young Barry has trouble accepting this and continues going back in time.


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