The Flash Season 7 Episode 12

In the ending of age and an emotional goodbye to Cisco Ramon. Played by Carlos Valdes, Cisco has become a prominent and beloved member of Team Flash because of the very first installment. Rumors frequently circulated about impending death. They largely proved unfounded, however. As both a scientifically and superhero in his own right, Valdes’ Cisco remained a stable presence in both the Royal show and the broader Arrowverse crossover occasions.

That all changed earlier in 2021, though – when it was announced that both Valdes and Harrison Wells actor, Tom Cavanagh, would depart the sequence. Already teased as”a heartbreaking episode” by co-star Danielle Panabaker, it was soon revealed Cisco’s departure would happen in the appropriately-titled The Flash season 7, episode 12, “Good-Bye Vibrations”. Recent weeks have since built to this occasion, with Cisco considering a job with the Arrowverse’s A.R.G.U.S and choosing to leave Central City along with Kamilla Hwang (Victoria Park).

With the danger of this Speed, Nevertheless, Strength, and Sage Forces now neutralized, Cisco Ramon’s farewell has loomed ever nearer. In honor of this, The CW Network has released an official trailer for this incident. As expected, the footage showed many tearful and heartfelt trades which cemented Valdes’ importance on the series. As Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) himself stated, there wouldn’t have been a Flash without Cisco Ramon – who had been there because Barry had awoken from his coma. As such, it is equally not hyperbole if Chester P. Runk (Brandon McKnight) announced it to be the end of an age. Check it out below:

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The official synopsis for The Flash season 7, episode 12, “Good-Bye Vibrations” reads: Cisco and Kamila tell the team they’re leaving Central City. But Barry, Iris (Candice Patton), and Caitlin do not have much time to digest the information since a brand new version of Rainbow Raider (guest star Jona Xiao) strikes and OG Team Flash should join together one last time to save the city. Amid moments of Cisco reflecting on his time with Team Flash, the incident promised tense actions – such as a tease that Cisco may not make it out alive.

That would be a powerfully dramatic way to kick The Flash’s next arc. That being said, Cisco getting anything but a happy end would feel wrong. He has been very much a beloved personality and frequently described as the soul, heart, and humor of the show. As such, fans would probably not respond well to his being killed off for shock value. The thought of Cisco Ramon departing, even to set out on a positive potential and with the choice to return, could be dreadful enough. Then again, given the nature of the series, a character’s departure wouldn’t negate the door being left open for a return down the road. Fans will know soon enough, nevertheless, how the authors finally learned. Whatever the case, individuals will no doubt combine Caitlin Snow along with others in tearfully planning to miss Cisco a hell of a good deal.