Dan DiDio Promises Major Wally West Event From DC Comics in 2020

Wally West has been through the wringer at DC Comics. Deleted from existence as part of the New 52 reboot, reinvented as a new character to tie in with the TV show, his original version brought back in DC Rebirth, though missing his wife and kids, sending him a little doolally, threatening the world so much he was sent to the Sanctuary, where for some reason he ended up killing almost all the residents, and now in prison.

You'd almost think someone at DC Comics just doesn't like redheads. Also, see Poison Ivy. Jimmy Olsen, watch out, you're next.

Anyway, at the DC Publishers Panel at San Diego Comic-Con today, DC Comics publisher Dan DiDio answered questions about the character's future. Stating that DC Comics is going to put Wally through the wringer, again, in the upcoming series Wally West: Flash Forward, and that this mini-series by Scott Lobdell. Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund will kick off a major event in 2020 for DC Comics.

FLASH FORWARD #1
written by SCOTT LOBDELL
art by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
cover by EVAN "DOC" SHANER
variant cover by INHYUK LEE
His name is Wally West—and he was the Fastest Man Alive. That is, until the Multiverse was rewritten without him or his family in it. Wally returned and tried to make it work, but the damage was done. Spinning out of the events of HEROES IN CRISIS, follow the man who called himself Flash on an adventure to find redemption in a cosmos that has fought so hard to destroy him.
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Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund Launch New Wally West Series, Flash Forward

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