THE FLASH: THE FASTEST MAN ALIVE – A Prelude to the Highly Anticipated Warner Bros Motion Picture!

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THE FLASH: THE FASTEST MAN ALIVE – A Prelude to the Highly Anticipated Warner Bros. Motion Picture!

Three Issue Monthly Series Races to Comic Book Shops April 26, 2022

Series Available as a Collected Paperback, October 2022

First-ever THE FLASH feature film hits theaters November 2022

This April, writer Kenny Porter and artist Ricardo López Ortiz combine the worlds of movies and comic books in The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive, a three-issue monthly series that leads up to The Flash, the hotly anticipated action adventure from Warner Bros. Pictures.

In The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive, Barry Allen’s world-saving adventure with the Justice League has driven Central City’s favorite son to become a truly skilled and inspirational Super Hero. But when a new threat by the name of Girder emerges in Central City, Barry turns to Batman for advice on training to master his powers. Under the Dark Knight’s tutelage, The Fastest Man Alive will have to find a way to defeat this metallic menace or be crushed by Girder’s strength!

This 48-page debut issue arrives in participating comic book shops and digital retailers on Tuesday, April 26, 2022, with a collection of the three-issue series available in October. Issue #1 features a main cover by Max Fiumara with a variant cover by the director of The Flash, Andy Muschietti. The Flash arrives in theaters November 4. 2022. Issue #2 available in May will feature art by fan-favorite Juan Ferreyra, with Jason Howard providing art for the final issue in July.

For the latest information on the World’s Greatest Super Heroes, don’t forget to check out the DC website at www.dccomics.com, and follow @dccomics and @thedcnation on social media. The DC UNIVERSE INFINITE digital subscription service includes an incredible selection of titles from across the DC multiverse featuring The Fastest Man Alive; for more information and a free trial, check out the website at www.dcuniverseinfinite.com.

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