The Flash - Spec - "Favors The Brave"
Previously on The Flash: in the midst of attempting to unravel the plans of their latest and most cerebral foe, Clifford Devoe, Team Flash is forced to repel an invasion of Earth as extra-dimensional Nazis storm Barry and Iris’ wedding. But with the threat defeated and the Flash entering a joyous new period in his life, the time has come to continue protecting Central City from its own threats.
With new recruit Ralph Dibny still shelved at the moment in concern for his readiness, the rest of Team Flash eases into its new dynamics: Iris’s role as mission control, Caitlin’s uneasy calling as split-personality superhero, and the returned competitive dynamic between Harry and Cisco. Meanwhile, Barry has taken to his old habit of shouldering the responsibility of protecting the world on his own, despite the protestations of his friends...
Ayinde I. RiccoWriter
Project Type:Television Script
Genres:Spec, Sci-Fi, Action, Superhero
Number of Pages:49
Country of Origin:United States
Ayinde Igwe Ricco: twenty-six year old son of Harlem, B.A. in Philosophy from Penn State University, pursuer of stories, prospective teller of stories, and freelance screen and prose writer.
With several published web personality scripts on internet platforms, this writer - currently enrolled in a Creative Writing MFA program at Hofstra University - intends to expand his career with writing on a larger scale.
Since my youth, I have been overwhelmed by ideas: concepts and universes grow unbidden in my mind, starting with characters and scenes that near always grew into universes of their own. I was born in the city of inspiration: New York, with as many stories as there are people to tell them. And as I matured, I came to realize that these stories, all stories, had potential – one is willing to foster them.
My mission is to write: to both relate the stories of cultures far removed from one another, cultures overlooked by predominant populations and complacent medias, and be capable of embodying those traditions within my own narratives. Like great curators, anthropologists and storytellers of the past such as Zora Neale Hurston, Richard Francis Burton or even Walt Disney, it is my mission to release these stories and the perspectives they bring into the public eye – and possibly, one day, make tales from as far as Africa and as close as the Caribbean into not just household names, but concepts that are as inherently understood as the tales related by Grimms. To that end, I have practiced – observed films and series I enjoyed, taken classes to refine my craft both in screen and in prose, and began to write and develop: ready for the day where these stories can be related through me.