With DC's "Brightest Day" rapidly approaching, it makes sense that the publisher may tread last season's fertile promotional giveaway ground with some sort of collectible item. Luckily for fans, it more than seems logical - it's a veritable Flash fact!
Barry Allen is back from the dead and making a splash this March with "Flash: Secret Files and Origins" this March. After that he'll be starring in a new ongoing series by Geoff Johns. But since he's been away so long, what can readers expect from the new title?
With the success of "Batman: Arkham Asylum" still resonating through the comic book and gamer communities, it's interesting to look at other major DC heroes and wonder whether they might make the same jump to video game greatness. Sadly, most haven't.
A few years back, though, an honest-to-goodness video game based on
Comics lost one of its most celebrated creators on this day two years ago, and with that in mind, I wanted to remember Mike Wieringo for his contributions to the medium and their impact on my reading habits over the years
In DC Comics, The Flash has the ability not only to move, but to think and perceive at incredible speed, making him one of the more ADHD heroes. But according to the New Scientist, the reverse might be even more true --
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