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We're going to celebrate this book's release by streaking. Uh, to the comic book store.


Call us '90s kids, but we still miss Wally West as The Flash (and, for that matter, Kyle Rayner as Green Lantern). DC's relentless revival of their old-school rosters in recent years has been somewhat disheartening to those of us who enjoyed the refreshing change of pace that came with new faces stepping into those classic roles, especially when Wally was, by and large, a much more interesting personality than Barry Allen. That said, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's run on The Flash has been one of the highlights of the New 52, and the main reason we may finally find a place in our hearts for this particular fleet-footed police scientist. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so in The Flash #13, out October 24 in both print and digital.


Check out another exclusive comic preview here!
Or see some of your favorite characters come to life.

We're going to celebrate this book's release by streaking. Uh, to the comic book store.


Call us '90s kids, but we still miss Wally West as The Flash (and, for that matter, Kyle Rayner as Green Lantern). DC's relentless revival of their old-school rosters in recent years has been somewhat disheartening to those of us who enjoyed the refreshing change of pace that came with new faces stepping into those classic roles, especially when Wally was, by and large, a much more interesting personality than Barry Allen. That said, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's run on The Flash has been one of the highlights of the New 52, and the main reason we may finally find a place in our hearts for this particular fleet-footed police scientist. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so in The Flash #13, out October 24 in both print and digital.


Check out another exclusive comic preview here!
Or see some of your favorite characters come to life.

We're going to celebrate this book's release by streaking. Uh, to the comic book store.


Call us '90s kids, but we still miss Wally West as The Flash (and, for that matter, Kyle Rayner as Green Lantern). DC's relentless revival of their old-school rosters in recent years has been somewhat disheartening to those of us who enjoyed the refreshing change of pace that came with new faces stepping into those classic roles, especially when Wally was, by and large, a much more interesting personality than Barry Allen. That said, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's run on The Flash has been one of the highlights of the New 52, and the main reason we may finally find a place in our hearts for this particular fleet-footed police scientist. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so in The Flash #13, out October 24 in both print and digital.


Check out another exclusive comic preview here!
Or see some of your favorite characters come to life.

We're going to celebrate this book's release by streaking. Uh, to the comic book store.


Call us '90s kids, but we still miss Wally West as The Flash (and, for that matter, Kyle Rayner as Green Lantern). DC's relentless revival of their old-school rosters in recent years has been somewhat disheartening to those of us who enjoyed the refreshing change of pace that came with new faces stepping into those classic roles, especially when Wally was, by and large, a much more interesting personality than Barry Allen. That said, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's run on The Flash has been one of the highlights of the New 52, and the main reason we may finally find a place in our hearts for this particular fleet-footed police scientist. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so in The Flash #13, out October 24 in both print and digital.


Check out another exclusive comic preview here!
Or see some of your favorite characters come to life.

We're going to celebrate this book's release by streaking. Uh, to the comic book store.


Call us '90s kids, but we still miss Wally West as The Flash (and, for that matter, Kyle Rayner as Green Lantern). DC's relentless revival of their old-school rosters in recent years has been somewhat disheartening to those of us who enjoyed the refreshing change of pace that came with new faces stepping into those classic roles, especially when Wally was, by and large, a much more interesting personality than Barry Allen. That said, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato's run on The Flash has been one of the highlights of the New 52, and the main reason we may finally find a place in our hearts for this particular fleet-footed police scientist. If you haven't checked it out yet, you can do so in The Flash #13, out October 24 in both print and digital.


Check out another exclusive comic preview here!
Or see some of your favorite characters come to life.

Exclusive Comics Preview: The Flash #13 From DC