Some items of Flash-related news.
Colorist Moose Baumann, whose work can be seen on the iconic cover for
The Flash: Rebirth #1, is is selling prints of his work to raise money to cover medical expenses for his wife’s cancer treatments. (via That F’ing Monkey and Comics Alliance)
Actors John Wesley Shipp (Barry Allen) and Amanda Pays (Tina McGee) from the 1990 Flash TV series will be appearing at
Dallas Comic Con this weekend.
Comic Book Movie reports that the Flash’s home town of Central City
will be mentioned in the Green Lantern movie. (via @johnnywellens)
Winged Lions Quiver
looks at Flash casting rumors. Kneel Before Zod casts the Flash’s Rogues.
Nwego’s Dirty Mind
looks at the Barry vs. Wally debate.
Lordportico ponders the nature of the Flash’s super-speed [Edit: the author moved this to a new blog in April] [Edit 2: The author seems to have removed the article entirely. I wish I’d been a little more descriptive in this link, since I don’t remember what the approach was.]
Flash-back podcast has a new installment
focusing on the Speed Force (not this blog, of course, but the concept it was named after).
Major Spoilers has a
sneak peek at Mark Waid’s , while the writer himself has launched a podcast, Irredeemable 15 Minutes With Waid, starting with Inside . (I quite liked the first two issues of the Potter’s Field Potter’s Field miniseries that came out last(?) year, and would definitely be interested in more.)
Comic Bloc discussion over why Moose Baumann is no longer the colorist on Flash: Rebirth has made it to Lying in the Gutters.
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