Flash Vol.2: Rogues Revolution HC Gets Release Date

Flash Vol.2: Rogues Revolution

In addition to Flash #21 in June, DC Comics’ latest solicitations include the release date and description for the second hardcover collection of the New 52 Flash, Rogues Revolution (pre-announced back in December)

THE FLASH VOL. 2: ROGUES REVOLUTION HC
Written by FRANCIS MANAPUL and BRIAN BUCCELLATO
Art by FRANCIS MANAPUL, SCOTT KOLINS, MARCUS TO, MARCIO TAKARA and others
Cover by FRANCIS MANAPUL
On sale AUGUST 14 • 176 pg, FC, $24.99 US
The Rogues Gallery is united for the first time in The New 52 in this title collecting issues #0, 9-12 and THE FLASH ANNUAL #1! Who is behind their sudden organization, and why are they after their Captain Cold?

The hardcover is available for pre-order on Amazon.

In related news, it looks like the Flash’s guest spot in Justice League Dark is for an entire story arc, as he’s on the list again for JLD #21.

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4 thoughts on “Flash Vol.2: Rogues Revolution HC Gets Release Date

  1. Kyer

    Pre-ordered this a few days back, but from a bookstore. (With only one left in the entire area, I don’t want to see a large part of my childhood completely die off.)
    Pretty sure I’ll be skipping #3 though what with cannibalistic apes. Waiting to see what #4 might contain. 🙁
    Flash and JL-D? That seems kind of weird. Did Barry ever have occult stories before? I know Wally had a short arc or two with some demons, but all I can think of with Barry would have been Abracadabra.

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    1. Nick!

      While it seems you are not a fan of Grodd and Co., I would highly recommend getting the third volume (assuming it contains the Gorilla Warfare arc) for anything other than it really resolves most of the plot threads started in the first two volumes. You get a nice, big story with a beginning, a middle, and an end.

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  2. Kyer

    Thanks, but I’ve disliked/bored by apes (and all the other generic ‘zoo favorites’ like elephants, lions, and bears since as long as I can remember. Even the stories featuring Wally as Flash fighting Grodd didn’t interest me. Now if Flash ever goes up against a dire wolf, a ginormous gecko, or an evil cousin of Perry The Platypus? I’ll be all over it. 🙂 )

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  3. Kyer

    Family problems made me wonder if I should cancel my book orders for Flash and Hawkeye until I saw how the dust settled, but I noticed the price go up nearly a whole dollar in less than two weeks for Flash.

    Good grief. Is this usual with pre-orders?
    Now am going to just hold onto them and decide closer to the actual ship date.

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