Browsing: Howard Porter

Review Flash, Barry Allen, Reverse-Flash, Eobard Thawne, Scarlet Speedster, Howard Porter, Joshua Williamson, Mark Hamill, Hi-Fi, Mike Cotton, Steve Wands, DC, Kid Flash, Wally West, Iris Allen, Batman, Joker, rivalry, Rogues, Trickster 9.7
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The Flash #762 Review

The end of an era has arrived! I’m going to miss Joshua Williamson writing the Fastest Man Alive, but he went out with a bang in The Flash #762 from DC Comics!

Review Flash #761 Review 7.3
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The Flash #761 Review

It’s the Flash Family versus the Legion of Zoom in a super-speed grudge match.  Your Major Spoilers review of The Flash #761 from DC Comics awaits!

Sneak Peek The Flash #761
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[Preview] The Flash #761

It is the Flash Family versus the Legion of Zoom (yes, that is what they are calling it), and it all goes down in this week’s The Flash #761 from DC Comics.

Sneak Peek DCeased Unkillables #2
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[Preview] DCeased Unkillables #2

With the world ending around them, Red Hood and Batgirl take shelter in the most unlikely place… Find out where in this sneak peek of DCeased Unkillables #2 from DC Comics.

Retro Review 4.3
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Retro Review: Magog #1 (November 2009)

Intentionally designed to be a bad character, somehow Magog got his own solo series?  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Magog #1 awaits!Intentionally designed to be a bad character, somehow Magog got his own solo series?  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Magog #1 awaits!

Review 8.0
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The Flash #72 Review

In this retelling of the origins of The Flash, we’re seeing the beginning of his rogues’ gallery. We’ve seen the Turtle – who’s next? Find out in The Flash #72!

Review 8.0
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The Flash #71 Review

After Barry Allen gets a peek at a dystopian future Central City, he has to come to grips with his powers. Does he really have what it takes to become a superhero? Find out in The Flash #71 from DC Comics.

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