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Another Justice Society Of America Continuity Foul Up? (Spioilers)
But while addressing one continuity problem, have they caused another? The final issue of Wesley Dodds: The Sandman two weeks ago, saw the Justice Society Of America, Hawkman, Hourman, Doctor Fate, The Spectre, Jay Allen Flash and Alan Scott Green Lantern turn up to recruit him in the middle of the ruined hills on a[...]
The Flash Vs. Back To The Future
Today's Flash #7 by Simon Spurrier and Ramon Perez takes a break from Mike Deodato's dazzling grid panels innovations that have been an iconic visual aspect of this series But the writing is as timey-wimey as ever with Max Mercury, Bart Allen and Inspector Pilgrim at the heart of all time and space. Flash #7 Rather than[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #7
Well, get ready to synchronize your watches, folks, because Flash #7 is racing to comic book stores this Tuesday, March 26th And what's the Flash family up to this time? Let me lay it out for you in a neat, time-stamped package. Jai West is going to try to rescue Max Mercury from the horrific remains[...]
Linda West Flash Spoilers
Tomorrow sees The Flash #6 and Jay Garrick The Flash #5 both published by DC Comics Two Flashes for the price of two But they bring some other Flashes along for the ride Because it's been all go with the Flash comic books of late Jay Garrick has had his very origin rewritten, and made[...]
Interior preview page from Jay Garrick: The Flash #5
It appears that DC's golden boy on the track, Jay Garrick, is lacing up his boots for another round in Jay Garrick: The Flash #5, set to dash onto shelves this Tuesday If you're like me and suspect the word 'final' in a comic book synopsis is just a playful tease, akin to a villain[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #6
Well folks, strap in and prepare for a jolting stop with Flash #6, slated to hit stands on Tuesday, February 27th—assuming it doesn't run a few laps around the Earth and drop in yesterday For those of you who (somehow) missed the "shocking ending" of the last issue, you're in luck, because Wally West is[...]
Gondor Calls and Rohan Answers with New Lord of the Rings Keyboard 
Originally introduced as the nephew of Barry Allen, the original Flash, Wally West gained his super-speed powers through a freak accident involving a lightning bolt and chemicals in Flash #110 This was very similar to how Barry's origin story unfolded, but it gave DC Comics fans Kid Flash in a world of sidekicks Wally took[...]
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New powers for old, new powers for old! Bleeding Cool already compared the new Flash series by Si Spurrier and Mike Deodato to both Immortal Hulk and Saga Of The Swamp Thing in terms of trying to redefine a character In the new issue out tomorrow, it is time to pass that lesson on, as[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #5
Let's hit the ground running with the latest chapter in Flashy family dysfunction: Flash #5 This time, it's like an episode of 'Speedster Family Feud' with extra cosmic horror sprinkled on top Scheduled to zip into your local comic shop faster than you can say "daddy issues" on Tuesday, January 23rd, it looks like everyone's[...]
Looking At DC Comics' New Corner Boxes For 2024
While Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Birds Of Prey and Harley Quinn come within the Bat symbol, Nightwing gets his own, separate from Batman and from Titans. Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Suicide Squad, Looney Tunes and Scooby Doo have their own, while the DC Power oneshot gets a Black History Month logo all to itself[...]
Jay Garrick, The Flash, Gets A Brand New, Darker, Origin (Spoilers)
Jay Garrick, The Flash, first appeared in Flash Comics #1 in 1940, created by writer Gardner Fox and artist Harry Lampert Jay Garrick gained his speed-enhancing abilities by inhaling hard water vapour during a lab experiment which granted him superhuman speed and agility, allowing him to become the Flash and fight crime But in tomorrow's[...]
Showcase #4 (DC, 1956).
The highest graded copy of Showcase #4, the first appearance of Barry Allen as the Flash, has just gone for a record $900,000 at today's session of the 2024 January 11 – 14 Comics & Comic Art Signature Auction #7358 at Heritage Auctions This iconic issue is the first appearance of the Silver Age version[...]
DC Comics Kid Flash Races On In with Exclusive McFarlane's Gold Label 
Wally West was originally introduced as Kid Flash and is the nephew of Barry Allen, aka The Flash Wally has quite an interesting history in DC Comics as he was the main Flash from 1986 to 2009 He is even the main Speedster in the hit Justice League cartoon, making him possibly more famous and[...]
Showcase #4 (DC, 1956).
Showcase #4 (DC Comics, 1956) is the first appearance of the Silver Age version of the Flash, written by Robert Kanigher, drawn by Carmine Infantino, and inked by Joe Kubert under the editorship of Julius Schwartz Long considered one of the most important comic books of the Silver Age (and arguably, the most important), Showcase[...]
Marvel DC Comics
But it turns out that not everything can be sorted out by a frank exchange of views at an American diner.   Well, maybe there is someone they should call from today's Flash #4 from Si Spurrier and Mike Deodato?   FLASH #4 CVR A MIKE DEODATO JR DC COMICS OCT232812 As the Flash continues to explore the Gallery, he meets a[...]
Marvel DC Comics
But The Flash #4 also wants to get a bit of the action The event that has seen Beast Boy turn into Garro, a Star Conquerer, in defence against a Necrostar, has also seen the world transformed into animalistic aggressive versions of themselves, courtesy of Garro's spores Of course, every global story is really a[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #4
Hey there, speed-reading aficionados and lovers of family dysfunction! Strap in because coming to a comic shop near you on Tuesday, December 26th, is Flash #4—and this issue promises to flash-bang your senses with a zesty fusion of speedster shenanigans and philosophical ponderings Faster than you can say "daddy issues," here's what DC's cooking up[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #3
Well, well, well, if it isn't time for your favorite speedster to zip through the new batch of drama in Flash #3, speeding into stores faster than my swiftly dwindling interest this upcoming Tuesday Let's see what the Scarlet Speedster is up to now, shall we? After the arrival of the Stillness last issue, the alien[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #2
Hey there, all you comic connoisseurs, Jude Terror here again with my unwanted android chum, LOLtron, previewing the upcoming explosion of ink and paper shenanigans, otherwise known as Flash #2 Set to hit your local comic store or whatever digital medium you prefer on Tuesday, October 24th Read on, brave souls, for a sneak peak[...]
DC Comics January 2024 Solicits
Is the goddess of discord really to blame, or is there another mastermind pulling the strings? #gallery-22 { margin: auto; } #gallery-22 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-22 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-22 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ THE FLASH #5 Written by SI SPURRIER Art and cover by MIKE DEODATO JR. Variant covers by MIKE DEODATO JR[...]
DC Comics
Judy Garrick is The Boom! In the New Golden Age one-shot reprinted early this month, and currently gaining new attention, we met characters who did not previously exist in the DC Universe because they were removed from it and now are being returned. Full Name: Judy Garrick Occupation: Student Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: Jay Garrick (father), Joan Garrick (mother) Affiliation:[...]
Top 10 Bleeding Cool Comic Book Bestseller List – 30th September 2023
The Bleeding Cool Bestseller List sees Ultimate Invasion's finale tops the chart just behind Immortal Thor, with the new Flash relaunch in a strong third place Iron Man gets an X-Men boost and Void Rivals still performs incredibly strongly for Image/Skybound. This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, completing its first month under the[...]
Interior preview page from Flash #1
If you thought the Flash was fast at darting between dimensions, you'd be amazed at the speed with which Wally West can kick off a brand new number-one issue series Why did his previous one end and a new one begin? Who knows? The upcoming Flash #1 from DC, painted with broad strokes of existential[...]
Flash
Si Spurrier is writing the new Flash relaunch from DC Comics, drawn by Mike Deodato and pitched as a cosmic horror And yes, that is a very, very different tone to the Flash that Jeremy Adams was writing … but it doesn't ignore it Flash #796 ended the One Minute War with Max Mercury whizzing off into the sunset to… see what's[...]
The Flash #1 – It's Like Immortal Hulk & Saga Of The Swamp Thing
Si Spurrier is writing the new Flash relaunch from DC Comics, drawn by Mike Deodato and pitched as a cosmic horror And yes, that is a very, very different tone to the Flash that Jeremy Adams was writing, and the recent movie This weekend is Final Order Cut-Off for The Flash #1 so Spurrier wanted[...]
Cover image for CODA #1 (OF 5) CVR A BERGARA
At the end of September, he's bringing Wally West into the Dawn of DC in Flash #1 with legendary artist Mike Deodato on the 27th for a comic book of cosmic horror The prior week on the 20th of September, he's teaming up with Lee Garbett to reimagine Nightcrawler as the Uncanny Spider-Man as part[...]
Chris Weston's Flash Batman in The Daily LITG 28th July 2023
But the number one was Chris Weston's Batman designs for the Flash movie This world can seem like a terrible and strange place sometimes, but at Bleeding Cool, you can still read all about comics, merch, TV shows, games, movies, and more The Daily Lying In The Gutters remains a long-running run around the day[...]
Forget #Barbenheimer, I'll Do Mission Impossible/Flash/Asteroid City
Only one cinema, in only one price bracket, in only one 9-hour stretch of time that concludes at 2 am, leaving me cycling home through the night. Mission Impossible/Flash/Asteroid City posters This is why today I am off to the Vue in Fulham Broadway, London, to watch Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, Asteroid City, and[...]
Marvel and DC Comics
And as predicted in previous Bleeding Cool gossip, it all comes from the last DC Comics event, Lazarus Planet. With the man who would be Insomniac gaining new powers from within Arkham Tower. And in Knight Terrors: The Flash #1, we see the impact on other residents. Zatanna is confronted with her past in Knight Terrors: Zatanna #1[...]
Nicolas Cage as Superman on the cover of
But hey, it's on Rolling Stone, what are you going to do? Because, yes, yes, yes, the version of Superman from the abandoned Tim Burton's Superman Lives movie that would have starred comic book fan (he named himself after Luke Cage) Nicolas Cage as Superman and Clark Kent, does make an appearance in the new Flash[...]