Welcome to the latest installment in our annotations of the collected edition of
The Trial of the Flash! A while back, we analyzed related stories leading up to the release of . In addition, we interviewed author Cary Bates about Showcase Presents: The Trial of the Flash the buildup and the Trial itself, plus showed you what wasn’t included in the collection.
IN THIS ISSUE: Sympathetic Vibrations!
We’ve reached the final issue! 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!
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The Flash picked up several mentions in Newsarama’s 10 for 2010 series including the character in
10 Characters to Watch, the series in 10 Comics to Watch, and artist Francis Manapul in 10 Creators to Watch.
The Flash Family also makes
Grumpy Old Fan’s list of Ten from the old, ten for the new.
The standard cover of Flash: Rebirth #1 and the Flash-themed cover for DC: The New Frontier #2 are among IO9’s 100 Amazing Comic Covers from the last ten years.
Perhapablog posts a Craig Rousseau sketch of Impulse reacting to cancellation, along with the Thing drawn by Mike Wieringo.
Remember that Breakfast Club/Teen Titans mashup last summer? Artist Cliff Chiang has recreated more 80s album covers with characters such as Batgirl, Elektra and Vampirella.
Crimson Lightning brings us a “Hi and Lois” strip portraying the Greek gods as super-heroes.
The Rogues’ tailor,
Paul Gambi, is named after , a UK-based DJ and long-time comic fan. Paul Gambaccini Bleeding Cool spotted him on a celebrity game show demonstrating his impressive knowledge of DC Comics trivia.
Update: One more item – the New York Times has named in their “Nifty Fifty” list of up-and-coming talent. ( Geoff Johns via The Source)
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