The Flash: Why Iris' Speedster Lightning Is Purple (& Not Yellow)
When Iris West-Allen (Candice Patton) received Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) powers in The Flash season 4, episode 16, "Run, Iris, Run," she was given a distinct look from her husband — including her own unique purple lightning effect. The reason why Iris was stylized so differently from her husband and masked hero, known as "The Flash," was never fully explored in-universe; however, there are numerous fan theories as to why — as well as a narrative explanation that makes total sense as an aesthetic behind-the-scenes decision. The Flash is the second show in the CW's Arrowverse, which began with Arrow in 2012. The Flash follows the adventures of a forensic scientist who develops superhuman speed abilities after an experimental particle accelerator explodes.More...
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