DC has posted several preview pages from next week’s Tales From The Dark Multiverse: Flashpoint #1, and you can see them at The Comic Book Dispatch. The issue explores an alternate divergence of events from the previously-published Flashpoint story, sort of like Marvel’s What If? series. Check out the preview pages at the link!
TALES FROM THE DARK MULTIVERSE: FLASHPOINT #1
written by BRYAN HITCH
art by BRYAN HITCH
cover by DAVID MARQUEZ
ONE-SHOT | PRESTIGE FORMAT
ON SALE 11/17/20
$5.99 US | 48 PAGES | FC | DC
Spinning out of the events of a world where a single choice by the Flash affected the entire DC Universe, find out what would have happened if Barry Allen had not put things right. In a world where the Flashpoint reality was never undone, where Thomas Wayne still haunts Gotham City as the Batman, and the Amazonian and Atlantean armies still prepare for war, will the Reverse-Flash embrace this darker, deadlier world and finally eclipse Barry Allen’s legacy?
DC has posted four preview pages for next week’s issue of The Flash, and you can see them at ComixWire. The issue is part of the “Endless Winter” crossover, and the preview pages are set about a thousand years in the past to set the story. Check it out at the link.
THE FLASH #767
written by ANDY LANNING and RON MARZ
art by CLAYTON HENRY
backup story art by MARCO SANTUCCI
cover by CLAYTON HENRY
variant cover by HICHAM HABCHI
ON SALE 12/8/20
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC | DC
“Endless Winter” chapter two! As the world’s heroes rush to stop the freezing conditions running rampant across the globe, the Fastest Man Alive speeds directly into Black Adam. With the planet losing hope, the Flash and Kahndaq’s ruler must find a way to work together, while a story from Black Adam’s past reveals his connection to the threat that now returns to end the world with freezing ice and fearsome frost.
DC has posted seven pages from Future State: Suicide Squad #1, and you can see them at Adventures in Poor Taste. This two-issue series features a Flash with prosthetic legs, and she gets involved in the fight against the villains shown here in the preview. Check it out at the link!
FUTURE STATE: SUICIDE SQUAD #1
“Suicide Squad” written by ROBBIE THOMPSON
“Suicide Squad” art by JAVI FERNANDEZ
“Black Adam” written JEREMY ADAMS
“Black Adam” art by FERNANDO PASARIN
cover by JAVI FERNANDEZ
card stock variant cover by DERRICK CHEW
ON SALE 1/26/21
$5.99 US | 48 PAGES | 1 OF 2 | FC | DC
CARD STOCK COVER $6.99 US
The Suicide Squad enters the Future State era as Amanda Waller uses Task Force X to save the world and remake it in her image—but what happens when the team shows up to stop her?
And in the second story in this extra-sized issue, Black Adam, the immortal one-time champion of the wizard Shazam, rules the planet Kahndaq in the 853rd century. Can he save the future from a threat rooted in the past?
DC has posted six pages from the first issue of the Future State: Flash series, and you can see them at Adventures in Poor Taste. The issue is due out in January, and the preview features the Flash Family battling Checkmate with the Rogues’ weapons to save Wally West. Check it out at the link!
FUTURE STATE: THE FLASH #1
written by BRANDON VIETTI
art by DALE EAGLESHAM
cover by BRANDON PETERSON
card stock variant cover by KAARE ANDREWS
ON SALE 1/5/21
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES | 1 OF 2 | FC | DC
CARD STOCK COVER $4.99 US
With no powers, no backup and no other choice, Barry Allen and the other former Flashes face the deadliest threat they’ve ever encountered —- Wally West. Possessed by an evil force trapped for thousands of years inside the Speed Force, Barry turns to his greatest foes’ weapons to save the young man he loves like a son. In the end, how much will Barry sacrifice to save the former Kid Flash?
As we come to the end of Kevin Shinick’s first arc with THE FLASH, a few things are becoming clearer about his take on Barry Allen and his super-speed alter ego. Flash has been up against a near-omnipotent version of Dr. Alchemy, and things are looking very bad as this chapter begins. We know the good guy will win the day, but how that happens is important for the storytelling we may expect as we move forward. This has been an excellent story so far, and this issue does not disappoint. You wanna know more? Just follow us after the jump!
SOME SPOILERS AHEAD!
DC has posted four preview pages for next week’s issue of The Flash, and you can see them at Graphic Policy. In the preview, Barry must face off against all the former users of the Philosopher’s Stone now that they’ve incorporated the Stone into their host body. Check it out at the link!
THE FLASH #766
written by KEVIN SHINICK
art by CLAYTON HENRY
cover by BERNARD CHANG
variant cover by INHYUK LEE
ON SALE 11/24/20
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC | DC
In the final showdown with Dr. Alchemy, the Flash’s powers prove almost useless and his intellect outmatched! How can Barry Allen beat a foe who thinks three steps ahead? The Fastest Man Alive will have to play catchup—but it may not be enough to save himself or Central City.