FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: Subject Zero vs. Subject One

Neil Sinclair is no more. His transformation into Subject Zero has destroyed his former self and turned him entirely into a merciless warrior with an unquenchable thirst for power and vengeance. As he sets out to destroy all meta-humans who pose as threats to his dominance, it’ll be up to Kal to protect Lois from this monster seeking to exact revenge on the Lane family.

FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “As readers we want Superman to be Superman – noble, solid, heroic. What happens when the world conspires to thwart that?” – Lowell Francis

flashpoint-logo_whiteNeil Sinclair was just the average soldier until he volunteered to become the military’s first line of defense against alien and monster threats as part of Project Superman. Alien DNA was grafted onto his own, transforming Neil into “Subject Zero”, giving him an entire arsenal of powers.

FLASHPOINT FRIDAY: “We can’t talk about that yet. But oh my god.”— Dan Abnett

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How often do you talk to or e-mail your editor and the other creators working on FLASHPOINT titles? What kind of creative collaboration is going on behind the scenes?

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.

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