A whole bunch o’ linkblogging:
The webcomic LOST in Comics does a strip that reverses a scene from the TV show, and has Superman and the Flash discussing Hurley and Charlie.
Blake Sims draws the Flash.
Comics Alliance: What if comic books had titles based on what you say about them?
Dreamers Muse has a bunch of Flash icons.
Pop Matters on The Real Return of Barry Allen:
But secretly, the most rewarding element of the limited series has been the delays. To misdirect attention from his super-powers, Barry Allen would make a point of always arriving late. True to form, the publication delays add a hint of Barry Allen charm, making his public wait, just that little while longer.
The Daily P.O.P. reviews Flash: Rebirth as a whole.
Hello Kello writes: What I Learned from Flash: Rebirth.
Collected Editions reviews Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E., Geoff Johns’ first DC work.
Screen Rant considers: What Will The Flash Movie Be About?
At the Hall of Justice annotates Blackest Night: The Flash #3.
Comic Book Revolution asks: Would you read a comic if the writer left?
CSBG/Lorendiac’s Lists takes a look at 11 Methods of Target Acquisition – in short, just how do super-heroes and supervillains end up in the same place to have those slugfests?
And finally, totally off-topic…here’s a picture of an Office Depot truck with an Autobot symbol.
I’m imagining Optimus Prime working out some sort of advertising deal to help bring in some revenue.