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First Look at 'The Flash' Full Costume Unveiled

March 12, 2014 (2:30 am) GMT
The CW has shared a new photo of Barry Allen's alter ego in his suit, ready to get in action.

After teased with a up-close photo, "" costume has now been revealed in full. The CW has released a new picture featuring the superhero in his red suit in sprinter-pose as if he's ready to run.

The costume was designed by Colleen Atwood, who also designed the costumes for "". "I hope the fans who treasure the character are as excited as we are by what costume designer Colleen Atwood has achieved with this latest version of The Flash's iconic suit," David Nutter, the director and executive producer of The CW's "Flash" pilot, said in a statement.

"The Flash" is eyed as an origin series that will tell the story of how scientist Barry Allen becomes the titular superhero. takes the lead role and his character has been introduced in "Arrow" episodes aired last December. In the midseason finale, Barry was struck by lightning but he has not shown his superpower yet, as The CW has decided to film "The Flash" as a stand-alone pilot instead of as a backdoor pilot.

Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Geoff Johns write the pilot script with David Nutter as director. , Carlos Valdes, Rick Cosnett and also join the cast.

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