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Based on the hit CW TV show, this second title in The Flash middle-grade series follows Barry Allen as he continues his mission to protect Central City from the sinister Hocus Pocus—but this time, a new evil lurks beneath the city streets . . . Written by New York Times–bestselling author Barry Lyga, this brand-new, original adventure builds upon the world of The Flash. This is one fans won’t want to miss!
Catch up with the super adventures of Barry Allen, also known as the Flash, in the third book of this middle-grade series. Featuring adventures not seen on TV, Barry continues his mission to protect Central City from sinister plots. The book builds upon the world of the popular TV show in a new medium by author Barry Lyga. Fans won’t want to miss the exciting conclusion to the series!
The fastest man alive, Wally West, the Flash, confronts a dangerous scientific experiment that is killing people in Keystone City, a creature that can move even faster than the Flash and whose actions could have profound repercussions far beyond the present. Original.
Interviews with and articles about the writers and artists who have worked on the Flash comics offer a comprehensive history of Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, Wally West, and Bart Allen, the four men who have been the "fastest man alive" in various stories sin
While many American superheroes have multiple powers and complex gadgets, the Flash is simply fast. This simplicity makes his character easily comprehendible for all audiences, whether they are avid comic fans or newcomers to the genre, and in turn he has become one of the most iconic figures in the comic-book industry. This collection of new essays serves as a stepping-stone to an even greater understanding of the Flash, examining various iterations of his character—including those of Jay Garrick, Barry Allen, Wally West and Bart Allen—and what they reveal about the era in which they were written.
The Fastest Man Alive is now supercharged with new abilities after being exposed to the Negative Speed Force, and until he can get his powers under control, he's a danger to Central City and himself. But before he can begin repairing the damage, he has to stop Shrapnel as well as a gruesome new villain, Bloodwork. And it's all Barry's fault! In the fallout, Barry is reassigned to work at Iron Heights prison, where he arrives just in time to find a Rogue dead. As Barry investigates the crime, Godspeed joins the Flash's cadre of enemies and leads the Fastest Man Alive and Captain Cold into a deadly rematch. But when the clues begin to reveal an even greater conspiracy at work, the Flash soon discovers Iron Heights' deadliest secret... Writer Joshua Williamson (Justice League vs. Suicide Squad) continues his smash-hit run on the Fastest Man Alive, joined by artists Carmine Di Giandomenico, Neil Googe, Christian Duce, Gus Vazquez, Pop Mhan, Howard Porter and Scott Kolins. Collects The Flash #28-38, Annual #1 and the Flash story from DC Universe Holiday Special #1.
This is a quiz book on the enemies of The Flash. Collectively known as the Rogues they are some of the most recognisable villains in comics today. Unlike other comics characters the Rogues share a group dynamic and their histories in comics are interwoven with each other. So prepare to test yourself on these villains, not supervillains, they hate that term and see how far your knowledge stretches on these characters that are often a thorn in the side of the scarlet speedster.