The Flash

Three men have held the title of "The Fastest Man Alive"—Jay Garrick, Barry Allen and Wally West. Each of them redefined the word "hero."

The mysterious power known as the Speed Force is an energy field that has, over the centuries, granted incredible powers of velocity to certain heroes. The most famous of these is the Flash, also known as the Fastest Man Alive. Ever since the days of World War II, there has been a man clad in red who can run at impossible speeds, using his power to save lives and defend those who cannot defend themselves. All between the ticks of a second.

Fast Times with Wally West and the Speed Force

The Speed Force can be a great friend to have during these fast-paced times, but like any power source, it should be used with caution. If the Speed Force isn’t used properly, it can destroy your life.

Easter Egg Hunt: The Joker’s Daughter and the Return of Wally West

April has begun, and that means Easter is right around the corner. We know that this year, traditional Easter egg hunts may be in short supply—but we can still have them Couch Club-style!

Gotham Gazette: A World Without Alfred

Welcome back, Gothamites! Now that the dust from the City of Bane event has settled, Gotham is returning to normal, with a few exceptions.

DC REVEALS EPIC, GAME-CHANGING PLANS FOR FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, MAY 2, 2020

Inside Outsiders: A Kid Flash Flashback

I don’t know how your childhoods were, but I always looked forward to a trip to grandma’s house. I was always greeted with a loving hug, warm cookies and I never had to worry about being enslaved by the Anti-Life Equation.

First Look: The "Death of the Speed Force" Begins
DC's Newest Teen Titans Go Full Throttle

DC Rebirth has officially hit a milestone—we have recast our current Teen Titans team!

First Look: The End of the Teen Titans?
The Teen Titans face shock, death and betrayal after their confrontation with Deathstroke in this exclusive first look at Teen Titans #30.
Heroes in Crisis: Impostors

One of the things I appreciate most about Heroes in Crisis is the way it's somehow completely unexpected and completely relatable all at the same time. This may come as a shock, but I'm not a superhero.

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