This Week: Flash #9 & The Dastardly Death of the Rogues

This week sees the release of The Flash #9, the first issue of the series’ second story arc,”The Road to Flashpoint,” and the hardcover collection of “The Dastardly Death of the Rogues.”

The Flash #9

Written by GEOFF JOHNS
Art and cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
1:10 Variant cover by SCOTT KOLINS

BRIGHTEST DAY rushes forward! Now, make way for Hot Pursuit – the latest speedster to come out of the Speed Force! He’s here to make sure no one breaks the speed limit – hero or villain! And just wait until you see whose face is under Hot Pursuit’s helmet…

DC released a preview last week. Francis Manapul returns as regular artist with this issue. (And speaking of Francis Manapul, did you catch our interview with him last week?)

Flash: The Dastardly Death of the Rogues


The Fastest Man Alive must solve the murder of one of his greatest villains and protect his other foes from an elusive killer in this hardcover pulled from THE FLASH #1-6 and THE FLASH SECRET FILES 2010!

Racing out of BLACKEST NIGHT, The Flash returns to his life in Central City – but when one of his Rogues Gallery of foes turns up murdered under mysterious circumstances, it’s up to The Fastest Man Alive to solve this bizarre crime and protect those who are targeted by the elusive killer.

DC Universe 208pg. Color Hardcover $19.99 US


3 thoughts on “This Week: Flash #9 & The Dastardly Death of the Rogues

  1. Joey

    I don’t care what he haters says, I love this new run on Barry and can’t wait to read the next story arch.
    Flash just makes me so damn happy!

  2. Wayne Lippa

    I flipped through the “Dastardly Death of The Rogues” hardcover at the store today. It actually collects the secret files story and issue #s 1- 7, not #s 1 – 6 like the solicitation says. It looked good!

  3. Hix

    Also Flash related and out this week ‘Suicide Squad: Trial By Fire’ which collects John Ostrander’s earliest issues. A certain rogue is featured very prominently in that series. Also it’s the greatest series ever created.

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