Upcoming Flash Collections: Rogues’ Revenge & Flash of Two Worlds

Collected Editions has spotted more DC collections for 2009, including two Flash hardcovers.

DC Comics Classic Library: The Flash of Two Worlds (HC)

Writers: Gardner Fox and John Broome Artists: Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella and Sid Greene
Collects: The Flash v.1 #123, 129, 137, 151 and #173 $39.99 US, 144 pages

Flash #123 is, of course, the classic “Flash of Two Worlds.” The other issues feature further cross-dimensional team-ups between Barry Allen and Jay Garrick from the 1960s, as they go up against Golden-Age classics like Vandal Savage and the Shade, and Silver-Age villains like Captain Cold and the Trickster. Wally West co-stars as Kid Flash in the last story in this collection.

Final Crisis: Rogues’ Revenge HC

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Scott Kolins, Doug Hazelwood and Dan Panosian Collects: Final Crisis: Rogues’ Revenge #1-3 and The Flash v.2 #182 and #197 $19.99 US, 144 pages

DC has decided to round out the Rogues’ Revenge miniseries itself with two of the Johns/Kolins Rogue Profiles, featuring the origins of Captain Cold and Zoom.

According to Amazon, both are scheduled for July 7, 2009.


3 thoughts on “Upcoming Flash Collections: Rogues’ Revenge & Flash of Two Worlds

  1. Lee H

    Can’t say that I’m excited about either of these. The Flash of Two Worlds collection seems kind of redundant with the “Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups” TPBs and the “Showcase Presents” volumes taken into account.

    Going to skip on Rogues’ Revenge too at that price. I would buy it if it were a cheaper paperback and wasn’t padded with stories I already have in TPB form. I really dislike the thin hardcovers that DC and Marvel have been publishing recently.

  2. fastest

    Man, if you are going to include the Captain Cold and Zoom Rogue Profiles, put in the Mirror Master, Heat Wave and Piper ones too.

  3. Kelson Post author

    Yeah, you’d think that would be the obvious choice.

    Even if they’re just going for Johns/Kolins material focusing on Flash villains, that would still include the Pied Piper profile.


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