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September 16, 2019

Superheroes

DC Comics to Retire Flash Titles

(Los Angeles): DC Comics announced today that it will be retiring long-serving superhero, The Flash and cancelling the character’s title. The American comic book publisher, which has had The Flash comic books in constant circulation since 1956, decided to cease publishing the character with the final issue of the title, The Flash #70, being the last. “We’re really sad

Heroes in Crisis #7 (review)

DC Comics, May 2019. Purchased: Quality Comics, Perth, AustraliaWriter: Tom King We have previously reviewed Heroes in Crisis #1-3  – and favourably, noting that for the first time, an American comic book publisher is treating mental health as something other than the secret origin of the supervillain-of-the-week. But with this latest issue, American writer Tom King is now

Sony in legal challenge with DC Comics over ‘Zero Hour’ Trademark

Long-standing readers of DC Comics’ superhero fare will remember the publisher’s 1994 comic book series Zero Hour. This was a limited series designed to reboot DC Comics’ superhero continuity. It was creatively remarkable in that some of the last pages of various issues were intentionally blank, to demonstrate erasure of the existing continuity. In 1995, DC

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