Flash Frames Sue Dearbon For Murder: What It Means For Season 7

The Flash season 6 finale ended with Sue Dearbon being framed for murder by Mirror Mistress Eva McCulloch, setting up their arcs for season 7.

Flash Frames Sue Dearbon For Murder: What It Means For Season 7

Warning: SPOILERS ahead for The Flash season 6, episode 19 "Success is Assured"

season 6 has come to an end with Eva McCulloch a.k.a. Mirror Mistress (Efrat Der) accomplishing her masterplan while causing troubles for Sue Dearbon (Natalie Dreyfuss) that will follow her into season 7. Originally a 22-episode season, the Scarlet Speedster's sixth year came to an early end due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic which prevented the final three episodes from being produced. However, it didn't stop the Arrowverse drama from having its handful of twists before leaving viewers wanting more, as the Grant Gustin-led series heads into what will likely be an even longer hiatus than usual due to the global situation.

After finally making it out of the Mirrorverse, with the assistance of The Flash season 6's first big bad, Eva was able to pursue her goal in going after her husband. The 19th episode "Success is Assured" saw Eva not only embrace her role as the Mirror Mistress, but she also fulfilled her mission in killing Carver (Eric Nenninger). Despite Team Flash's effort in protecting him, Eva's determination was too much for them to handle as Carver gets killed by shattered mirror pieces after Barry (Grant Gustin) tried to shield him with his own body.

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With Carver out of the picture, Eva re-enters society and paints herself as a victim who had been kidnapped by an international crime syndicate (which is Black Hole) this whole time. Despite Sue trying to take out Carver herself before Eva accomplished it, the former Dearbon socialite still gets linked to his death. In the closing minutes of the finale, Sue is getting ready to return home now that Carver is dead. But her plans drastically change when Ralph Dibny a.k.a. Elongated Man (Hartley Sawyer) alerts her that she can't leave that simple. During Eva's public return, the McCulloch Technologies founder had officially framed Sue as Carver's murderer.

The framing of Sue becomes one of the cliffhangers of the season finale as she is now wanted by the authorities. This plot twist was likely to be one of the final arcs to solve in the remaining three episodes that didn't get filmed for The Flash season 6. After having gotten her parents free from Carver's claws, Sue's agreement to join Black Hole became her undoing and was weaved in perfectly into Eva's plan in hiding the truth about Carver's death. With her husband now painted as a hero who tried to save his wife, Eva controls the narrative until Sue can prove her innocence.

This twist not only extends Sue's stay on The Flash, but it sets up the continuing development of her relationship with Ralph. With the season having teased their inevitable romance, as they're one of the oldest canonical DC couples, The Flash season 7 has gotten another way to continue their bonding as they try to clear her name. Additionally, it'll allow Sue to begin forming dynamics with the other characters as she has mostly been in storylines with Ralph. While it remains to be seen when production will resume and when the new season will premiere, viewers can definitely expect to see more of Sue Dearbon in The Flash season 7.

NEXT: What To Expect From The Flash Season 7

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Extraction: Chris Hemsworth's Tattoos Have A Major Thor Connection

In Extraction, Chris Hemsworth's mercenary Rake Tyler sports a tattoo design with a connection to his Marvel character, Thor.

Extraction: Chris Hemsworth's Tattoos Have A Major Thor Connection

In the Netflix action movie , Chris Hemsworth's mercenary Rake Tyler sports tattoos with a connection to his famous Marvel Cinematic Universe character, Thor. It's not the only MCU connection in Extraction, which is based on a comic book co-written by and directors Anthony and Joe Russo. The script itself was also written by Joe Russo, and Extraction was directed by Marvel Studios stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave.

Set against the backdrop of Dhaka in Bangladesh, Extraction follows Rake Tyler on a mission to rescue the kidnapped son of a crime boss. Things go awry when the boss's right-hand man tries to kill Tyler to get out of paying his fee, and the gang leader who kidnapped the boy sends his men to retrieve him, leaving Tyler fighting a war on two fronts. But as a former soldier in the Special Air Service Regiment and an experienced gun-for-hire, Tyler won't be taken down easily.

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Hemsworth had a number of fake tattoos painted on him for his role in Extraction, and some of them have a strong Nordic theme. There are four runes from Elder Futhark runic alphabet on his right bicep, which include a rune for the god Týr and a rune that represents man. Of greater interest, however, is the large tattoo on Tyler's back (h/t Reddit user driftwood7386), which becomes a point of focus when he changes his clothes and his young charge, Ovi (Rudhraksh Jaiswal) looks at his scars. The tattoo appears to based on the Viking compass, called Vegvísir, which is used as a charm to help guide people home, particularly through storms.

There's an obvious Thor connection to the tattoos, since Thor hails from Norse mythology (though the MCU's version of the character is revealed to be an alien). Hemsworth's tattoos in Extraction were designed by another Marvel Studios creative: Matteo Silvi, who was a make-up artist on Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. In an interview with the Motion Picture Association's The Credits, Silvi says that he collaborated with graphic artist Virginia Lorenzetti to design around a dozen original tattoo designs for Hemsworth in the movie - and said that Hemsworth himself had input on the designs:

"I would show him ideas and he would say which ones he liked and which ones he didn’t. Working from that, I started designing... Chris likes to join in the conversation. It was really fun to create this character with him."

Having played Thor on the big screen for almost a decade, Hemsworth may have been drawn to the Nordic tattoo designs as a tribute to his character. The Viking compass is also a good fit for the character of Rake Tyler, who finds himself lost after the death of his young son, but finds purpose again by protecting Ovi.

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