Okay, let’s see…snacks in place? Check. Laptop ready to take notes for the review? Check. Ridiculously high expectations? Check, check and check! NOW, we get to the Season One Finale of THE FLASH, episode #123, “Fast Enough”. Want to know more? All I’ll say is…
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ComicBook.com has the preview for Convergence: The Flash #2, out in stores tomorrow. Barry Allen of Earth-One (1980s, pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths) meets the Superman of the Tangent Universe, and in these preview pages, they discuss the contrived nature of the combat set before them. (I’m pleasantly surprised to see that acknowledged in the text.)
Written by Dan Abnett, art by Federico Dallocchio, cover by Jonboy Meyers.
THE FLASH #43
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSEN
Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
Bombshells Variant cover by ANT LUCIA
On sale AUGUST 26 • 32 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
Barry Allen is a man divided, forced to either help his father remain on the run from the law, or bring him to justice. As Barry grapples with that impossible choice, The Flash becomes a target of the Folded Man, a mysterious deadly new villain to Central City who’s hell-bent on tearing The Flash apart—literally!
I forget, is this the first New 52 appearance of the Folded Man?
THE FLASH SEASON ZERO #11
Written by BEN SOKOLOWSKI
Art by PHIL HESTER and ERIC GAPSTUR
On sale AUGUST 5 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T • DIGITAL FIRST
What was Leonard Snart like before he acquired his cold gun and became one of The Flash’s most dangerous enemies? The origin of Captain Cold is revealed!
Check out the Reverse Flash in the teaser for tomorrow’s Flash TV Show season finale…
The CW has released a clip from this week’s episode of The Flash, titled “Fast Enough”. It’s also the season finale, so we’ll have a few months of waiting until the next episode. As you might imagine, this clip is somewhat spoilery, although not overly so.
What do you think? Are you looking forward to the finale?
Variety profiles series producer Greg Berlanti with a cover featuring two signature DC Comics heroes. This may be the closest we’ll see the two characters for a while, though, as CBS currently plans to keep Supergirl separate for now.