When we left the TITANS last issue, Wally had saved the day…but in doing so was swept into the Speed Force. This time, he doesn’t have the love of Linda Park to bring him back…she barely knows him in the REBIRTH DCU. Has Abra Kadabra finally gotten his revenge? What will the Titans do to stop Kadabra without the one person who has defeated him time and again? Has DC given us Wally back only to take him away forever? Are you kidding me? Want to know more? Just follow us after the jump!
“The Return of Wally West” continues in epic fashion as the battle with Abra Kadabra is at center stage. Kadabra’s doppelgangers of the Titans are gaining the upper hand while Linda Park’s life hangs in the balance. Wally will have a terrible choice to make, with implications that go far beyond winning the immediate battle. I’m not sure we’ve ever seen Abra Kadabra so ahead of his game…want to know more? Join us after the jump!
This latest issue of WALLY AND THE TITANS (I mean, really, that’s what it is and I’m glad of it) continues an outstanding first arc as the battle with Abra Kadabra continues. Think you’ve seen the last of the doppelgangers? Think again! Think even Kadabra understands everything that happened? Think again! Think you can afford to miss out on THIS series? Yes, Think Again! Want to know more? Think ag….no, wait, just follow us after the jump!
The title may say TITANS, but make no mistake – this first arc is definitely a Wally West title. Who’s complaining? Not this fan – and this arc is the perfect way to continue the re-introduction of the Titans into mainstream DC continuity. Abra Kadabra is back, and he had nothing more than vengeance on his mind…so what’s next? Follow us after the jump to learn more!
The Flash TV show returns tonight, and it’s double trouble for the Flash with Captain Cold and Heat Wave!
DC adds three more Silver Age issues from 1962 to their digital backlist (ComiXology and other platforms) on Wednesday: The Flash #131, 132 and #133. Stories include a team-up with Green Lantern and the infamous Abra Kadabra story, “Plight of the Puppet-Flash”
This is it: the final chapter! Thank you very much for reading along. Links to original artwork, scans and research are included throughout this post. For definitive legal analysis of the story by Bob Ingersoll, go here. Tom vs. Flash Podcast links here, including these issues. As always, huge thanks to the DC Indexes. See you after the jump!