Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash has been through the wringer over the last few months: his best friend Doctor Elias Darwin has betrayed him, Barry was forced to fake his death, and the Rogues have returned. Also, Gorilla (or King) Grodd and his gorilla army invades Central City as Flash battles the Rogues. Could anything get worse for the speedster?
Patty Spivot’s still mourning Barry Allen’s death, so who’s this guy in the red pajamas that showed up in Keystone City? Why does Mick Rory have a fire in his belly, and what’s he got to prove? And will Leonard Snart give the new bartender, Al, the cold shoulder? All this and more, in The Flash #11, reviewed by Major Spoilers!
Even though it is October, DC continues to roll out new number one issues. Helena Bertinelli (or is it?) gets the relaunch treatment this month, and we don’t want to leave anyone behind in our New 52 coverage.
Bruce Wayne is about to return to the DC Universe, and that can only mean one thing – time to create a great jumping on point for new readers!
Being a masked crime fighter has its advantages; your anonymity makes you somewhat terrifying, while protecting those closest to you. On the other hand, once your secret is out, the criminal element can pass and share that information faster than a wild rumor that Bruce Willis is in the next Batman movie. For Tim Drake Wayne, the return to Gotham has not only given him a new mission, it’s given those who want to reveal secret identities a renewed reason to break the big story.
When you’ve been out of the country for a few months, hoping to find yourself and clues to the disappearance of your adopted father, your return to your hometown better be monumental. Red Robin (YUM) is back, and he’s ready to bring Tim’s Justice to those that prey on the weak.