July 25, 2014
Check out this new Comic-Con exclusive 30-second preview for the upcoming Flash TV series! It’s a lot of fun, and be sure to look at the police officer’s crossword puzzle — there are several easter egg references to the Flashverse and Arrow (possible hints?). Also note the reference to a DCU character on the billboard.
In other TV news, Candice Patton (Iris West) gave an interview about working on the series.
More news from SDCC coming shortly.
July 24, 2014
As of yet there’s hasn’t been much in the way of Flash news out of San Diego Comic-Con. And yet there’s been plenty of new stuff out there recently, mostly regarding the upcoming Flash TV series. The biggest news is at the end, because it’ll be behind a cut for spoilers.
CBR has an interview with Grant Gustin about the costume, some villains, and reading DC Comics for research. There is a major spoiler for the pilot episode contained in this interview.
Video interview with Jesse L. Martin (Joe West) at Access Hollywood about being Barry’s father figure and other aspects of the series.
Plastique is being added to the cast. She joins the list of Firestorm characters who will appear in the series.
Newsarama reports that
On alternating Mondays starting in September, The Flash: Season Zero and Arrow: Season 2.5 will hit digitally. Season Zero is written by Andrew Kreisberg and the FlashTV writers are writing, with art by Phil Hester, Eric Gapstur, and Kelsey Shannon. The series will take place between the pilot and the second episode of the show.
The biggest news is behind a cut. There are spoilers about characters who will appear.
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July 23, 2014
Comic-Con International starts tonight and runs through Sunday, and as usual, Speed Force will be there to provide you with Flash-centric coverage.
Covering the Con
I’ll be onsite Thursday and Friday, tweeting and sharing photos from the floor, and posting photos nightly to Flickr. I’ll also be participating in SDCCBlog’s photo & video event on Google+ again. Watch for live coverage in the following places:
Plus we’ll be keeping an eye on the news reports out of the con for Flash-related announcements and Q&A items from panels.
Sadly, I won’t be able to make it to the big DC Entertainment event on Saturday. If you’re going to be at the con, plan on catching the premeire, and would like to write up the discussion/announcements, please let me know through the contact form. Thank you!
We’ve also got a list of Tips for Comic-Con to help you make your most of San Diego (and other cons, though some of the tips are SDCC-specific). Finally, here’s the archive of all our 2013 Comic-Con coverage from last year.
As the Future Flash continues his run back to our time, Barry Allen is on two trails (or should I say, three). Who is the “Mashup Killer”, where is Wally, and why does Barry keep losing time every time he runs? That’s where we pick up with THE FLASH #33, out today!
LIGHT SPOILERS ONLY
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July 22, 2014
The Flash #33 arrives in stores tomorrow, and there’s a preview at Nerdist.
The only thing hurtling our way faster than San Diego Comic-Con is The Flash in this brand new exclusive preview of DC Comics’ The Flash #33 by Robert Venditti, Norm Rapmund, and Brett Booth. Because one timeline wasn’t enough danger and derring-do for our hero, issue #33 finds Barry Allen in the past about to be murdered by the very killer he’s hunting down. Meanwhile, Future Flash is fighting Future Trickster for the fate of his fair city, but the question remains: is Flash fast enough to save both timelines and prevent his future from being erased? Only time will tell, but this exclusive preview is a fantastic place to start.
July 20, 2014
Flash Podcast 27 introduces a new co-host, as Justin Cavender joins Andy Behbakht.
CSBG’s Comic Legends Revealed: Contrary to popular belief, DC did not cancel the Flash because the Trial was going on too long. Quite the opposite, actually.
Mike Schmidt’s Flash opera has a new song, “Never Forget.”
The Mark Millar/Duncan Fegredo speedster series M.P.H. is off to a running start at Image.
Archie Comics is relaunching a speedster, with a new Sonic the Hedgehog series, Sonic Boom.
4thLetter offers a piece to think about before you dismiss criticism as “outrage” — or worse, “faux outrage.”