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"Yesterday's" Comic> Flash #0

Flash #0

DC Comics (October, 1994)

“Flashing Back”

WRITER: Mark Waid

PENCILER: Mike Wieringo

INKER: Jose Marzan, Jr

COLORIST: Gina Going


ASSOCIATE EDITOR: Ruben Diaz… 300 more words

Yesterday's Comics

Young Justice Series: Wally West

Kylie here! Today I’m going to be talking about one of my favorite DC and Young Justice characters, Wally West! Okay, so not only is Wally pretty hilarious and an awesome superhero, but he’s part of one of my favorite superhero families, The FlashFam. 602 more words

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Superhero Weekly: Supergirl's brilliant Luthors and Arrow preaches in Spectre of the Gun

Double-crossing spoilers lie ahead.

Supergirl hasn’t had an amazing episode in a while until this week’s Luthors. The show made a masterful move by introducing Lena Luthor this season, as well as her scheming mother, Lillian – who happens to be the head of Cadmus. 1,280 more words


Some of My Friends Read Comics 048 - Flash by Mark Waid

For being one of DC’s most important heroes, we sure haven’t given the Flash much attention.

We tried to remedy that by reading a classic Mark Waid story from the early 90s called The Return of Barry Allen, a story that manages to encompass every generation of the Flash. 56 more words

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Superhero Weekly: Supergirl's Martian Chronicles, Flash's Untouchable and Arrow's Bratva

Spoilers might ran amuck.

Supergirl should never play poker. The show seems to have easy to spot tells of what it intends to do next. That wouldn’t be a bad thing if it didn’t felt forced. 1,183 more words


I Used To Think The Flash Was Corny...Then Geoff Johns Happened

When I first started reading and collecting comics, I really had no idea where to start. So while I was reading Wizard Magazine (RIP) I kept seeing mention of this guy Geoff Johns and his writing of The Flash. 517 more words

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Superhero Weekly: Supergirl lives, Flash borrows future problems and Arrow's identity game

Spoilers are our New Year’s resolutions.

Supergirl decided to kick up the alien factor and bring us an adventure out of this world. With none other than Kevin Smith directing and a Harley Quinn Smith cameo, Supergirl and Mon-El end up in an alien world facing an old enemy who’s willing to bring human trafficking to the next level. 946 more words