Our favorite show is back after a break…and there is something in THE FLASH for everyone this week! Huge plot points for the season’s overall story, an interesting villain of the week, Jay and Silent Bob…wait, really? All that and more in this week’s episode, “Null and Annoyed”! Want to know more? Follow us after the jump!
SPOILERS AHEAD! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
It was released very late this week, but you can now read the official five-page preview for tomorrow’s issue of The Flash at Comic Crusaders. In it, Barry fights Grodd while the other members of the Flash Family rescue civilians and search for Iris.
THE FLASH #44
Written by JOSHUA WILLIAMSON • Art and cover by CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO • Variant cover by DAVID FINCH and DANNY MIKI
“PERFECT STORM” part six! Grodd rains lightning down on Central City to burn it to the ground. The Flash is as fast as a bolt of lightning, but is he as fast as a thousand?
On sale APRIL 11 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
The Hollywood Reporter confirms that The CW has renewed 10 shows for next season, including The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning. iZombie, based on a Vertigo comic, will have to wait until May for a decision.
(Let me just add that I appreciate the news coming today, and not yesterday.)
The battle is on and the odds are highly stacked against Barry. Not only is Grodd messing with his mind…Grodd has taken over the minds of both Wallys, along with Avery, August, and Meena! Barry may have learned an important lesson too late, and Grodd may finally have his ultimate victory. What’s a Scarlet Speedster to do? To find out more follow us after the jump!
William Messner-Loebs, the writer who set the tone for Wally West’s long journey to adulthood in his three-year run on The Flash back in 1988-1992, has fallen on hard times. The home he and his wife lived in was damaged by a gas leak last year and declared “unlivable,” and they’ve been living out of their car. He’s been doing odd jobs – janitor, Panera, etc. – trying to make ends meet.
Reporter Derek Kevra chronicles Bill Messner-Loebs’ heyday in comics during the 1980s and 1990s, then troubles in the early 2000s as work dried up just as illness and bills led to eviction. Help from the Hero Initiative and a fan campaign to get publishers to hire him again helped them get back on their feet, and they bought the home that they lived in until last year. Between interviews, Kevra dug out his old comic collection and found just how many of them had Messner-Loebs’ name on them.
The couple was recently approved for a housing voucher, and they’re looking for a new home. The Hero Initiative has gotten in touch as well. They’ve been relying on the Severe Weather Network this winter, as it’s the only emergency housing in the area. You can contribute to the SWN’s goFundMe page, or to help Bill and Nadine directly, you can contact Derek Kevra through fox2newsdesk at foxtv.com.