Flash Collections for Fall 2013

Flash #13: Gorilla WarfareDC Comics has released their Fall 2013 collections list, including the following titles:

The Flash Vol. 3: Gorilla Warfare HC
Writers: Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Artists: Francis Manapul, Marcus To, Ryan Winn and Marcio Takara
Collects: The Flash #13-19
$24.99 US, 176 pg
December 2013

Amazon already has the book available for pre-order.

The Flash Vol. 2: Rogues Revolution TP
Writers: Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Artists: Francis Manapul, Marcus To, Scott Kolins, Diogenes Neves, Oclair Albert, Marcio Takara, Wes Craig and Ray McCarthy
Collects: The Flash #9-12 and The Flash Annual #1
$16.99 US, 176 pg
December 2013

This is a surprise because it’s a very quick turnaround from the hardcover, which is coming in August!

Smallville Season 11 Vol. 3: Haunted TP
Writer: Bryan Q. Miller
Artist: Jorge Jimenez
Collects: Smallville Season 11 #9-12
$14.99 US, 144 pg
October 2013

Also on Amazon. This is the story that guest-starred Impulse, which will finish up its final chapter in digital format this Friday and in print format next month.

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4 thoughts on “Flash Collections for Fall 2013

  1. Lee H

    Looks like they forgot to list Flash #0 for Rogues Revolution.

    I’m quite looking forward to the DC One Million Omnibus. I never could find the Chronos issue.

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  2. Kyer

    You’ve got both Flash trades listed as December? My pre-order for #2 says August 20. At least I’m pretty sure it did because my Marvel ones are also shipping out the same week.

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  3. Kyer

    So you did. Sorry. (It’s been a horrendous week over here. Two relatives died within a day of each other.)
    Guys, I just found out that in the Grodd arc not only is there a scene of brain noshing, a character gets rather gruesomely maimed. This supposedly all happens in what will eventually be volume 3.
    While I’m still able to cancel if need be: are there such violent scenes in the issues that will fall within volume 2? I have no problem with fist fights and such, but when it gets into copious amounts of bloodletting or stuff that is the mainstay of, say, Alien movie series or zombie apocalypses…parasites and dismembering…. No. Don’t want to see it. Not even if Wally was somehow starring in it.
    For good or bad I find myself getting even less tolerant of such fare as I age and I was never particularly fond of fountains of blood and guts as it was.

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