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DCFeaturedReview

There’s just something about the Rogues that brings out the best in Barry Allen. This is Mr. Williamson’s first go-round with them, and it’s truly great, in my opinion!

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FeaturedRetro ReviewReview

And remember, Faithful Spoilerites: “Rogue” is a dishonest (or at least playfully mischievous) person.  “Rouge” is a red-tinted cosmetic.  If you mix ’em up, a portion of the population will mock you forever.  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of New Year’s Evil: The Rogues #1 awaits!

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CWDCFeatureFeaturedFlashTelevision

Oh man! Mind Blown! Universes Collapsing! What am I talking about? The latest episode of The Flash, of course! Major Spoilers and your Easter Eggs, after the jump!

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DCFlash

The Flash is heading into a crazy few weeks of episodes starting March 17th as a poster and trailer highlight the upcoming villains.

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BatmanDCFlashLegoToys

The Brick Fan has found an interesting image of a Trickster minifigure that isn’t part of the announced 2015 DC Comics Super Heroes sets.

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DCFinal CrisisFlashReview

There are very few event tie-ins that would be able to exist on their own. Not surprisingly, many are so heavily dependent upon the main event that you are left with only two options; read on in ignorance, or buy more and more tie-ins. However, you occasionally get a tie-in that is well written, apart from the main event, and carrying all the gravitas and import due. Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins Rogues’ Revenge is one of those comics.

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DCFinal CrisisFlashReview

Maybe something that people have forgotten since Wally West returned as The Flash, is that part of what made the Flash such a great character and series is his Rogue’s gallery. Not as dire or maniacal as Batman’s, the Flash’s rogues started out campy, and got progressively darker, while keeping that campy edge that only a cold gun can bring. So when I finished Rogues’ Revenge, I was struck by how similar this book was to the good Flash days, even though Jay, Barry, Wally nor Bart made an appearance.

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