July 14, 2014

Flash in October: Flash #35 & Season Zero #1

Category: Flash News — By @ 2:07 pm

The Flash #35

THE FLASH #35
Written by ROBERT VENDITTI and VAN JENSEN
Art and cover by BRETT BOOTH and NORM RAPMUND
MONSTERS Variant cover by RYAN OTTLEY
On sale OCTOBER 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T

It’s The Flash vs. Future Flash as these two super-speedsters battle for the fate of Wally West! Will a Flash die?

And Beyond the New 52

Flash Season 0 Issue 1

THE FLASH: SEASON ZERO #1
Written by ANDREW KREISBERG
Art by PHIL HESTER and ERIC GAPSTUR
Photo cover
1:5 Variant cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
On sale OCTOBER 1 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T • Digital First

An all-new digital first series From the world of the highly anticipated new TV show The Flash! Follow the adventures of Barry Allen as he struggles to balance his job as a police crime scene investigator, his unrequited crush on Iris West (who also happens to be his boss’ daughter) and his new life as Central City’s guardian angel! Don’t miss out!

Also keep an eye on the Justice League titles, Multiversity, Infinite Crisis: Fight for the Multiverse and more.

2 responses to “Flash in October: Flash #35 & Season Zero #1”

  1. Kyer says:

    Based on that cover I can really see the next story arch being a redo of when they wanted to kick Wally West and Linda Park out of Keystone/Central due to massive property damage costs. You put that cover with the Superman movie and….really, who -would- want to live where a superhero was?
    That aside, nice cover.
    On the TV one….I have to say that I’m starting to get really tired of that particular close up. Starting to outright avoid it. Full body shot or something –anything– else, please.

  2. gehendj says:

    Though I think the legs of both Flash and Future Flash are a little too long in that cover image, I honestly can’t wait for #35 to hit stands. The story by Venditti, Jensen, and Booth has a very ’90s feel to it, which is a good thing considering how good The Flash was in that decade.

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