They feature first-look photos of David Dastmalchian as (Ant-Man, The Dark Knight, Gotham), a time-traveling villain from the 64th century whose advanced technological powers seem like magic.
The Flash (Grant Gustin) battles Abra Kadabra (guest star David Dastmalchian), a villain from Earth-19, who makes him a tempting offer – release him and Abra Kadara will reveal Savitar's true identity.
Desperate to save Iris (Candice Patton), Barry considers taking the deal but Gypsy (guest star Jessica Camacho) breaches in to capture the villain for her own reasons and during the melee, Abra Kadabra manages to escape. Barry is furious that Gypsy interfered but Gypsy refuses to back down, forcing Cisco (Carlos Valdes) to take sides. Meanwhile, Julian (Tom Felton) is still a bit cold towards Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) but when she is severely injured in a battle with Gypsy, he rushes to her side.
In his initial debut in 1962's The Flash #133, Kadabra — known as Citizen Abra — was a resident of the 64th century, who was thrown in jail after an altercation with Flash. While Kadabra's main motivation was to become a popular stage magician, his ultimate goal was to be adored by people. The metahuman is known for turning people into his puppets.
Nina Lopez-Corrado directed the episode with story by Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Brooke Roberts & David Kob.
Based on the characters from DC, The Flash is from by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Berlanti Productions and Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Supergirl), Andrew Kreisberg (Arrow, The Flash), Sarah Schechter (Arrow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow) and Aaron and Todd Helbing.
"Abra Kadabra" episode of The Flash will air Tuesday, March 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.