Flash #6 Solicitation and Cover

DC’s Brightest Day solicitations for September are up, including…

The Flash #6

Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Art and cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
1:10 Variant cover by ALE GARZA & SANDRA HOPE

BRIGHTEST DAY dashes on with the stunning conclusion of “The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues!” With Barry caught between the Rogues and the Renegades, the resurrected Captain Boomerang’s role in the adventure is revealed! You won’t believe how this leads to the upcoming FLASHPOINT…

On sale SEPTEMBER 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

So if “The Dastardly Death of the Rogues” wraps up in #6, but the collection covers #1 through #7, presumably we’ve got a done-in-one story coming up in October.

And they’re already starting to plug Flashpoint.

In related news, DC has rescheduled The Flash from the beginning of each month to the end. Flash #3 is now June 30, Flash #4 has been moved from July 14 to July 28, and Flash #5 is now August 25 (previously August 18) — all in keeping with the September 22 date they just gave for #6.

Reminder: You can now follow Speed Force on Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz.


4 thoughts on “Flash #6 Solicitation and Cover

    1. Ben Hall

      Hey Lia, saw your Sam Scudder gross post, and I couldn’t figure out why you think that Scudder using prison basics to escape is gross. I just hope we never see what the current Mirror Master (druggie) or Heatwave (pyromanic) do for personal prison supplies. Oh and the cover is interesting, but I still miss the mid to late nineties covers.

  1. mbish

    This cover is brilliant. I love the use of the flash ensignia (which I did not notice at first. I only really saw the circle and the lightning bolt. I did not put them together until I looked at it for a while)

    The Flash being the sole figure, running in the lightning bolt as though he wants to run out of the cover. The rouge making up the cirlce really ties in the whole ‘revenge of the rouges’ idea.

    And the Rouges on one side of the lightning bolt near all matching up to the renegades on the other side is very nice.

    All in all I love this cover and it would make a nice shirt


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