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THE FLASH Casts Tony Todd as the Voice of Season Two's Big Bad, Zoom

After the Reverse-Flash terrorized Barry Allen in The Flash's first season, season two's Big Bad has some big shoes to fill. It was confirmed at Comic-Con last summer that Flash will next battle Zoom, and now, that role has been cast.

According to Variety, Tony Todd is set to play Zoom in season two of The Flash. He will make his debut in episode two, titled "Flash of Two Worlds." However, instead of actually physically portraying the villain, it sounds like the actor is merely providing the voice. Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg explains this decision. "Last year, with the Reverse-Flash, we just modulated Tom Cavanagh’s voice, and this year we wanted to do something a little bit different. Part of the mystery of the season is who or what is underneath the Zoom outfit, and so we wanted to do something like James Earl Jones as Darth Vader — this iconic voice coming out of this mask. Last year, we thought of the Reverse-Flash as a speed warrior; this year, Zo…

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FEATURE: Four Reasons Why ARROW Season 4 Could Be the Best One Yet

While Arrow's first two seasons were well received by fans, the show's third season was polarizing to say the least. Year Three of The CW series received criticism for many creative decisions, from the under-utilization of Ra's al Ghul to Laurel Lance becoming Black Canary to, of course, Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak finally becoming a couple. Obviously, the show isn't going anywhere, and right now, season four looks to be very promising.

There are plenty of ways to make Arrow's fourth season better than its third. Don't make the romance plot so convoluted; focus on a single, cohesive tone and story; don't waste your Big Bad, and so on. Based on what we've seen, I think season four of Arrow has a legitimate shot at being the show's best year to date. Below, I list four reasons explaining why I think so.

Damien Darhk Strikes
After being teased in the season three finale, H.I.V.E. leader Damien Darhk will antagonize Oliver Queen and company in Arrow