July 20, 2014

Speed Reading

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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.”

July 13, 2014

Speed Reading: Podcast Catch-Up, Waid & Wieringo & More

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I’ve gotten way behind on these link round-ups.

ComicsAlliance’s Chris Sims on Why Mark Waid’s Flash run is so great, and how it ties the entire post-Crisis on Infinite Earths DC Universe together. (video)

The Flash Podcast has covered Iris West, Weather Wizard and Professor Zoom since we last checked in.

Flash TV Talk has covered Young Justice & Reverse Flashes and interviewed Greg Weisman.

Back in a Flash podcast talks about Merge, the villain in the latest issue of the book.

CBR’s Pipeline looks back at The Flash by Waid and Wieringo.

Not Flash-specific, but worth a read: Radioactive Blackness And Anglo-Saxon Aliens: Achieving Superhero Diversity Through Race-Changing (ComicsAlliance)

Tons of stuff as always at The Rogues Kick Ass.

June 21, 2014

Speed Reading: Zoom Obsession, Pilot Screening Rumor

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June 14, 2014

Speed Reading: Flash for the Uninitiated, Central City Song, and More

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A few quick Flash and other-speedster links from this week.

June 8, 2014

Speed Reading

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The Flash

Flash Podcasts

Flash reviews

More Comics

  • Don’t fear the silly – Robot 6 suggests that comics should embrace some of the inherent silliness. After all, without 75 years’ worth of stories to give them weight, the idea of a man who dresses up as a giant bat and calls himself “Bat Man” is pretty silly.
  • Ask Chris considers the mass media influence on comics canon. You know, elements like Harley Quinn and Rene Montoya, or the Daily Planet, or Kryptonite.
  • It’s weird how often these Peter David articles from more than a decade ago turn out to still be relevant. For example, this one about redefining comics for adults, or changes to movie/TV versions of characters.
May 12, 2014

Speed Listening: Catching Up With Flash Podcasts

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The plugin I’ve been using to track links during the week for link round-ups has stopped working again. So here’s a manual catch-up on some Flash-themed podcasts over the last few weeks:

The Flash Podcast

Wally West
DC Cinematic Universe Part 2
CW Picks Up the Flash
Captain Boomerang

Flash TV Talk

Young Justice Retrospective Part 5
Interview with Chad Rook

Flashback Podcast

The Flash #29
Rogues Rebellion #6