November 14, 2011

Flash #6 Solicitation and Cover, Manapul GL Variant

Category: Covers, Flash News — By @ 3:13 pm

Art and cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
Variant cover by MIKE CHOI
1:200 B&W Variant cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
On sale FEBRUARY 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Struggling with the climactic aftermath of his battle with Mob Rule last issue, The Flash must solve a murder mystery that dates back 150 years! Is this case too cold even for Barry Allen? Also: Learn the origins of Central and Keystone City!

DC released their full February solicits today.  In addition to Flash #6, DC announced The Flash Archives, Vol. 6, as well as Flashpoint and related paperback releases.  Check out the full rundown at Newsarama.

Also, over at The Source, DC posted Flash writer/artist Francis Manapul’s variant cover for Green Lantern #4.  Check it out after the jump…

5 responses to “Flash #6 Solicitation and Cover, Manapul GL Variant”

  1. Chickenmonkey707 says:

    Digging that Flash cover, it’s different from most

  2. I was more taken by the Green Lantern cover. It goes without saying, Manapul is quite the talent.

  3. Eyz says:

    “Learn the origins of Central and Keystone City”
    Hey, if both cities are still around..doesn’t it mean we can still have two Flashes around or even the JSA?? (Flash!Wally West or Flash!Jay Garrick ??)

    • Imitorar says:

      I think it should be clear by now that Wally isn’t gone because DC couldn’t fit him in continuity wise. He’s gone because for the moment, Editorial doesn’t want him around. Keystone being around isn’t going to change that.

      And the JSA is now on Earth-2. That’s settled.

      • Penny Dreadful says:

        Perhaps they’re waiting for the right moment to introduce Wally (and perhaps Donna, too). Sounds like the current creative team have a plan for him.

        Rule of thumb re the Flash, however: just because DC SAYS something about the Flash doesn’t mean it’s necessarily true. The history of the franchise during the last five years bears this out. Unless it’s in a solicitation or a published comic book, take it with several shakers of salt.

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