‘The Flash’ Season 3B Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Gypsy Joins Justice League; Cisco To Get Help With Developing Vibe Powers

By Laine Lucas , Updated Dec 12, 2016 08:48 PM EST

 "The Flash" Season 3 will soon welcome a new character once the series returns for the second half of the season. Fans of the DC-based series will get to meet Gypsy, who is said to be the one to help out Vibe in mastering his powers.

In "The Flash" Season 3, Cisco, played by Carlos Valdes, will learn more about his powers and his alter ego Vibe. Valdes himself teased that for him to be able to harness his powers, a new character should get into the mix. This new character is Gypsy, who will be introduced in the later part of the second half of Season 3.

Soon, Cisco will become more in tuned with himself and will be comfortable using his powers as Vibe, all thanks to the new hero joining the Justice League in "The Flash" Season 3. As per Cinema Blend, Gypsy and Vibe have the same precognitive abilities. The heroes can project consciousness out of their bodies but Gypsy is expected to sport a new trick. Gypsy can also stay invisible by blending with her background. At the same time, she can also make others invisible.

At the moment, there's no word as to who will play Gypsy's role in "The Flash" Season 3. However, YVRShoots managed to slip some set photos revealing Vibe and a new character sharing a scene. The publication pointed out that the new actress should be the one to step into the role of Gypsy as she was spotted filming with other members of the cast.

Cisco and Vibe actually appeared at the same time on the comic book issue "Justice League of America Annual" #2 in 1984. The original character appeared in "Justice League Unlimited," the animated series. This should be an exciting return of "The Flash" Season 3 as more heroes are set to work together to fight evil. "The Flash" returns to The CW on Jan. 24.

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