Flash #47 Sells Out Fast, Goes to Second Printing

We pointed out that Flash War looked like not only a big Flash crossover event, but also something that may send Wally West screaming and kicking into the Sanctuary as part of the upcoming Heroes In Crisis series. Click for potential spoilers….

But such attention has also meant that Flash #47, chapter one of "Flash War," has sold out at DC and Diamond Comic Distributors and is on its way back in a new, second printing, reprinting the story by Joshua Williamson with art and a recolored version of the original cover by Howard Porter.

This new printing will be on Final Order Cutoff on June 25th with an on-sale date of July 18th.

This announcement follows the sellout of The Flash #48, which went on sale on June 13th. And will likely also get a second printing too.

Flash #49 will be out next week.

(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Howard Porter
"FLASH WAR" part one! Barry Allen and Wally West… at war?! The long-rising tension between mentor and former sidekick is brought to a head when the Renegades of the 25th century come to claim Iris West for the murder of Eobard Thawne… but that's only the beginning of a plot that will change the future of The Flash forever! By the end, it will be Flash versus Flash in a mythology-shaking event!
SRP: $2.99

(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Howard Porter
"FLASH WAR" part two! Barry Allen and Wally West are brought to the future to stand trial for the murder of Eobard Thawne, but a terrible truth is uncovered when they reach the court – and Wally West is confronted with something he never even realized he lost.
SRP: $2.99

(W) Joshua Williamson (A/CA) Howard Porter
"FLASH WAR" part three! There's only one thing that can put Wally West's life back together. As he races back to the present, he has one goal: break the Speed Force! Can The Flash stop his former sidekick before it's too late?In Shops: Jun 27, 2018
SRP: $2.99



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