When DC Comics launched its New 52 initiative in 2011, rebooting and updating the entire DC Universe, it meant making a number of big changes, from dissolving Superman's marriage to Lois Lane to Barbara Gordon's return as Batgirl. And one of the more widely discussed changes among a large portion of DC readers was the decision to eliminate Wally West from continuity, leaving Barry Allen as the only Flash.
But like so many heroes in comics who have disappeared for some time, his return was all but inevitable, and DC Comics has announced today that Wally will return to the pages of the Flash this spring.
Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
John Trumbull has gotten a bit of attention lately. A regular contributor to The Line It Is Drawn, a weekly art feature for the Comic Book Resources blog "Comics Should Be Good," a recent submission by Trumbull garnered far more discussion than he was likely expecting. Inspired by John Byrne and Terry Austin's famous cover from Uncanny X-Men #141, Trumbull created a New 52 spoof that features Wally
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Q: Which superhero identity change do you think has been the most beneficial to the character? The most damaging? -- @bryesque
A: With all the hubbub surrounding the reveal of the new Ultimate Spider-Man this week, it's no wonder that the idea of identities and legacy
DC's second panel of Comic-Con 2011, "DC: The New 52," was the first panel of the convention where DC took questions about its September relaunch. On the panel were Co-Publisher Dan DiDio, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, Executive Editor Eddie Berganza, Justice League International writer and Green Arrow artist Dan Jurgens, Captain Atom artist Freddie Williams II, Captain Atom and Green Arrow writer J.T. Krul, Legion of Super-Heroes and Huntress
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