It's essentially a unanimous verdict among the ComicsAlliance staff that The Flash, co-written and illustrated by Francis Manapul, is the most visually amazing of all the titles in DC Comics' New 52 initiative. Manapul's uncommon talent for page design and movement wer
While DC's upcoming Flashpoint event is poised play out across an altered present, the publisher's also got plans to pay tribute to the past this July through August. This afternoon during the DC Nation Live panel at WonderCon, DC Entertainment co-publisher Dan DiDio announced Retro-Active, a wave of one-shots that will pay homage to the spirit of the Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Justice League of America stories of the '70s, '80s and '90s.According to DC, the writer breakd
For those of you who haven't been checking in with the DC Universe blog this week, they have been all about Flashpoint, the upcoming event from Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert that sees a world where the world's greatest heroes never actually became the world's greatest heroes.
Instead, their fates have been hinted at in promos offering cryptic, vaguely sinist
On sale this week is The Flash #6, concluding the first storyline off the new ongoing series starring Barry Allen, the Silver Age Flash. Written by Geoff Johns with artwork by Francis Manapul, the book and its inaugural arc, "The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues!", have been consistent critical and commercial favorites since its debut earlier this year, and shows no signs of stopping when the much-hyped "Flashpoint" storyline begins next month.
Superman, Mr. Fantastic and Wonder Woman don't have to worry about wiring their salaries home to support a struggling family, but some immigrants face such challenges on a weekly basis, and the demands of these jobs inspired an entire series of costumed subjects for a photographer connected to immigration issues and angered by a recent law in Arizona demanding that state and local law enforcement officials detain anyone they believe to be in the United States illegally
Earth dealt with some hefty problems in comic books during the Silver Age, and luckily for modern-day readers, those exclamation-laden headlines have been preserved to demonstrate just how crazy a time it was to live in
Even though his "Rebirth" took a little longer to wrap than most readers anticipated, Barry Allen's finally back and ready to reclaim his Scarlet Speedster role in this April's "The Flash" #1 by Geoff Johns and Francis Manapul