The monthly Flash series has played a huge role as a tie-in to the Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths event, with Wally West and the Flash family having just freed Barry Allen from the “prison of happiness” planet of Pariah, which seems to be will set in motion the rebirth of the rest of the previously thought dead Justice League and the turning point of the DC event.
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But September’s The Flash #786 from writer Jeremy Adams, artists Amancay Nahuelpan, Jeromy Cox and Peter Pantazis, and writer Justin Birch deals with the return of Wally and company. to Earth and the Flash family’s response to keep Earth protected from Deathstroke’s army.
Just before they arrive, the Titans, the Justice Society of America (soon to have their own ongoing series), and the Bat Family, including Robin, the three Batgirls, and Signal, gather to get their assignments from Donna Troy. .
North and South America seems like a pretty big landmass for a bunch of street heroes who get around by Batplane at best, but hey, comics!
While some business in the series is obviously going down, the preview pages also take in some personal moments for the characters to catch up, and for Wally’s daughter Iris to stare at Damian Wayne, who doesn’t seem to have turned. a demonic rogue still as he has in Mark. The event limited series Batman vs. Robin just released by Waid.
The Flash #786 features a cover by Taurin Clarke and variant covers by George Kambadais, Daniel Sampere and Alejandro Sanchez, and Kim Jacinto.
Check out the variant pages and covers below:
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