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Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth Team up for Wally West Solo Miniseries

“His name is Wally West—and he was the Fastest Man Alive. That is until the Multiverse was rewritten without him or his family in it. Wally returned and tried to make it work, but the damage was done. Spinning out of the events of HEROES IN CRISIS, follow the man who called himself Flash on &hel...

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Friday Flash Facts: The Speed Force’s Importance to the Multiverse

In a prior Flash Facts discussion, we talked about the origins of the speedster-power-gifting energies known as the Speed Force. We also mulled over some other related topics where the Speed Force is concerned. such as some of the various powers it may bestow upon those who tap into its mystical ene...

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Friday Flash Facts: The Speedster Villains of the CW Flash

Flash faithful have been acutely cognizant of the liberties the hit CW television show has taken with the comic stories and characters. In many ways, the show, now in its fifth season, is asymmetrical with the comic book source material in nearly every facet beyond the name of the protagonist and hi...

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Friday Flash Facts: Speed Force Lightning

The Speed Force, the source of virtually all of the DC Universe’s speedsters’ powers, is a concept that is difficult to nail down and reduce to a level of simplicity that still allows it to retain its core properties. This, as stated in a prior Flash Facts entry, is part-in-parcel to the number ...

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Friday Flash Facts: The Speed Force

Anyone who knows anything about the DC universe knows that most of their speedsters derive their Mercurian speed from the all-encompassing energies of the mystical and omnipresent Speed Force. It is viewed as a representation of the concept of reality in motion, and while it has been a part of the F...

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Friday Flash Facts: Wally West

 In 1960, DC comics wanted to capitalize on the overnight success of young sidekicks like young Dick Grayson, and as a result, we got who was likely the next most successful young ward, Kid Flash, in The Flash #110. Wally West, created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino, was relatable in a way ma...

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