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DC Comics Reveals “The Flash” 750th Issue “Decades” Variants

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The Press Release:
On March 4th, the landmark The Flash #750 hits comic book stores and participating digital retailers, spotlighting the Scarlet Speedster and including incredible stories from Flash’s past, present and future. This oversized tribute to one of pop culture’s speediest heroes is guaranteed to become a collectors’ item when it hits stores!

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“The Flash” #750


This collectability will be further enhanced by some of comics’ most talented artists, honoring the Flash in a series of variant covers that celebrate The Fastest Man Alive throughout the decades:

1940 – Nicola Scott and Annette Kwok

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“The Flash” #750 (1940’s Variant)

1950 – Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

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“The Flash” #750 (1950’s Variant)

1960 – Nick Derington

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“The Flash” #750 (1960’s Variant)

1970 – José Luis García-López and Alex Sinclair

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“The Flash” #750 (1970’s Variant)

1980 – Gabriele Dell’Otto

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“The Flash” #750 (1980’s Variant)

1990 – Francesco Mattina

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“The Flash” #750 (1990’s Variant)

2000 – Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair

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“The Flash” #750 (2000’s Variant)

2010 – Francis Manapul

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“The Flash” #750 (2010’s Variant)

The Flash #750 is a 96-page prestige format one-shot comic book, debuting in comic book stores and participating online retailers on March 4, 2020, for $9.99. Be sure and check with your local comic book retailer for details on any of the decade variant covers it might carry.

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PiercingMetal Thoughts: These all look great and as you can see all bring out the essence of supersonic speed in their visuals. There was a lot of emphasis on the Rogue’s Gallery and that makes sense since outside of DC Comics own Batman, The Flash has the best cast of villains. Most of the other characters only have one or two big bads and a lot of forgettable ones while the Scarlet Speedster has a healthy number. So as you peruse these which ones are you adding to your own collection? Chime in down below in the comments section. I will most likely only be purchasing the standard edition cover which I also included in this narrative. At just under $10 per issue, you need to be the most ardent of diehards. Be sure to make sure your local comic book retailer is planning on ordering the whole batch so you have them if you are that comic book reader. See you next time.

Official Website: http://www.dccomics.com
Official Character Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_(Barry_Allen)

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