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Now, The Flash may already have pretty solidly embraced the whole idea of time-travel - so far, the first season has included more than a solid dash of the stuff - but from the sounds of it, we've got a whole lot more coming our way in the near future.

As the show's titular star Grant Gustin revealed recently to THR:

"We are diving deep into the time-travel element and it is going to be wild."

Which is all well and good and all, but just what can we actually expect to see? Well, Tom Cavanagh - Dr. Wells himself - has provided us with a pretty awesome hint:

"It's ultimately why I signed on to this job. Not to play a scientist, but to play a time-traveling bandit. In comic books, when you start talking about time travel — if anybody has followed The Flash, then they know Reverse-Flash and The Flash are not just doing this right now in the present day. They have a long history and there's nothing that we're not going to pursue when we try to tell the story. We're trying to tell all of it."
Even my mustache phase...
Even my mustache phase...

Now, just to clarify - yes, he did indeed just say 'time-traveling bandit', and yes, that is definitely the coolest idea for a superhero show's villain since...well, possibly ever.

The big question now? How much are we going to see that time-traveling action directly effect the show in the near-future?

Well, if Gustin gets his way - it might just be one hell of a lot - the actor recently admitting that:

"I think it would be fun if it totally changed the show for season two."

Epic, era-spanning time-travel sub-plot, anyone?

What do you guys reckon, though? Just where could that time-travel be set to take us? How much will it alter the next season of The Flash - and this one, for that matter? And just what is the deal with Dr. Wells?

Source: THR

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