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Tackle Moving Violations With ‘The Flash’ #1 Preview


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

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Spandex Theatrics: Rounding Up The Week’s Movie News


There has been a lot of recent moving and shaking in and around the comics' film scene, and ComicsAlliance has your handy dandy one-stop roundup.


Now that director Joe Johnson's "Wolfman," picture has hit theaters, the gears for his "The First Avenger: Captain America," movie have started to turn. The Hollywood Reporter, er, reports t

DC Offers The Flash And Green Lantern ‘Brightest Day’ Promo Rings


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!

The Source has revealed that fans will soon

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If The Flash Is Going To Be Superhero CSI, How About Superhero CSI: Miami?


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?

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Johns describes the new Flash series

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Impulse Is Back – But (Spoiler) It’s Not Bart Allen


Geoff Johns is one of my favorite comic book writers for many reasons, but my most personal and geeky reason for saying that is because he seems to share my almost irrational love of Bart Allen a.k.a.

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Batman Can Breathe In Space, But Not The Flash


Flashes die. A lot, actually. As Geoff Johns is demonstrating in the pages of "The Flash: Rebirth," DC Comics' speedster legacy is kind of cursed by the very source of its powers - the Speed Force.

Of course, it doesn't take a seemingly mystical force to kill a Flash. The cold,

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‘The Flash’ Video Game That Could Have Been


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

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Remembering Wieringo: My Favorite Comic Moments


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

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Outside the Lines: ADHD Like Being The Flash?


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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