They’re Ready To Risk It All

Last we saw Hal Jordan and Guy Gardner, they made the unprecedented decision to remove their rings in the midst of battle. In part four of the epic War of Green Lanterns, the duo reunite with John Stewart and Kyle Rayner to stop the evil forces consuming their fellow Corps members. Their strategy will not only put their lives at stake, but will also go down as one of the riskiest acts committed in the Corps’ history.

FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “This is a guy who is ready to wipe out the surface world.”—Tony Bedard

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How often do you get asked questions you can't answer about the world of FLASHPOINT?

Dan Abnett: I can’t answer that question.

Jimmy Palmiotti : About once a day on Twitter, at every convention and once at the airport coming into the country by homeland security.

FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “As soon as he told us the story, I was in.”—Scott Snyder

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There are a lot of unanswered questions about FLASHPOINT and, starting today, we're going to start laying out some of the answers. Many of the key creators working on the FLASHPOINT mini-series will be joining us, as we pull back the curtain on this summer's superhero event.

The Secret Origin of Hot Pursuit

When Hot Pursuit first appeared in the pages of THE FLASH earlier this year, his identity was a mystery. If you haven’t been reading the series and haven’t already learned who Hot Pursuit really is, we recommend you stop reading this blog post now.

OK, still reading?

In THE FLASH #10, on stands today, the creative team of Geoff Johns, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato, present the secret origin of Hot Pursuit in The Road to Flashpoint, part 2.

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What it Means When the End is Near

Today sees the release of BRIGHTEST DAY #23, the series' penultimate issue. As a fan, I've got push-pull issues with endings. An an entertainment junkie, I often hurry to the end for the big reveal. Who lives? Who dies?

Oh, her father was the killer. The super advanced robots are dead.

A great ending is satisfying, but there's a sadness, too. We're never going back to the island. Our favorite hero or our favorite villain is dead. Their stories are over.

The end.

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