e-Book Flash, The: Archives - Volume 1 (Archive Editions (Graphic Novels)) download

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by Robert Kanigher,John Broome,Carmine Infantino,Paul Kupperberg

ISBN: 1563891395
ISBN13: 978-1563891397
Language: English
Publisher: DC Comics; Reissue edition (May 4, 1998)
Pages: 224
Category: Graphic Novels
Subategory: Graphic Novels

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by Robert Kanigher (Author), John Broome (Author), Carmine Infantino (Illustrator), Paul Kupperberg . Book 1 of 6 in the Flash Archives Series.

by Robert Kanigher (Author), John Broome (Author), Carmine Infantino (Illustrator), Paul Kupperberg (Foreword) & 1 more.

Robert Kanigher, John Broome, Carmine Infantino (Illustrator), Paul Kupperberg (Foreword). Published by DC Comics (1998)

ISBN 13: 9781563891397. Robert Kanigher; John Broome. Robert Kanigher, John Broome, Carmine Infantino (Illustrator), Paul Kupperberg (Foreword). Published by DC Comics (1998). ISBN 10: 1563891395 ISBN 13: 9781563891397.

Authors: Gardner F. Fox, Bill Finger, Jerry Siegel, John Broome, Robert Kanigher.

Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Authors: Gardner F. Related Series: Complete Justice Society, All Star Comics Archives, Justice League 0, Showcase Presents, The Brave and the Bold 1955.

The Flash Archives, Vol. 1 book. Writers John Broome and Robert Kanigher just weren't as inventive here as they usually were elsewhere. Jul 08, 2016 Matt rated it it was amazing. Comic book history is devided into several "ages.

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Are you sure you want to remove Adam Strange. by Carmine Infantino. Published March 26, 2008 by DC Comics. There's no description for this book yet.

John Broome (May 4, 1913 – March 14, 1999), who additionally used the pseudonyms John Osgood and Edgar Ray Meritt, was an American comic book writer for DC Comics. Broome was born Irving Broome to a Jewish family. As a youth, he enjoyed reading science fiction and began writing for science-fiction pulp magazines in the 1940s.

By Ian Flynn and Robert Kanigher Illustrated by Steve Ditko, Alex Toth and Carmine Infantino

By Ian Flynn and Robert Kanigher Illustrated by Steve Ditko, Alex Toth and Carmine Infantino. Part of New Crusaders: Legacy. Category: Graphic Novels & Manga. The Shield teaches these New Crusaders about the early history of their parents, the Mighty Crusaders, seen by the reader in the form of some of the best classic tales from the 1980s Red Circle superhero titles. Features legendary comic talent including Steve Ditko, Alex Toth, Carmine Infantino, Gray Morrow and Robert Kanigher, plus new material by Ian Flynn and Jerry Gaylord. About New Crusaders: Legacy. A superhero legacy is born!

Электронная книга "Flash: The Silver Age", John Broome, Gardner Fox. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу &. .

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In the late 1950s, DC introduced a new version of the Flash, paving the way for a major super-hero revival. These are the fast-paced adventures that introduced police scientist Barry Allen to a generation of readers.
I grew up in a staunchly "Post-Crisis" DC universe and never had time for silver age stories. After all, they were shallow and silly, and that's why they were wiped out of continuity, right? Well ... yes and no.

Now that DC has wiped out MY childhood universe, I've gone back and started exploring what came before, and I genuinely love it. Yes, the silver age stories are ridiculous, but it turns out it's a ridiculousness I love to revel in. And the early Flash comics were the most ridiculous of all.

Other reviewers have done a fine job of explaining the contents of Flash Archives vol. 1, but often from a perspective of nostalgia. As a representative of a more cynical generation, I'm here to tell you that, honestly, these stories are not great. I have come to love silver age stories, but this is not yet their heyday. Check out Green Lantern Archives, Superman: the Man of Tomorrow archives, or later editions of the Flash if you want good story-telling. From a writing perspective, this book really only deserves three stars. The art, which is some of the best of its age, might bump it up another star. But what really earns this book its fifth star is sheer historical importance. If you love the Flash you will be enthralled simply by the little things: the first time Flash makes a tornado with his hands, the first appearances of Captain Cold, Gorilla Grodd, etc. Even if that doesn't move you, how about the fact that Showcase #4 is one of a handful of truly industry-changing comics books, and no serious collection is complete without it.

Zeks Horde
If you are a Silver Age comics fan this one's for you! I caught on to The Flash when I was maybe in junior high school and about seven or eight years into the original Carmine Infantino, John Broome, Robert Kanigher, Frank Giacola, Joe Giella, Joe Kubert et al. run. The Flash was updated from the older Golden Age Flash - the guy with the blue pants, red shirt, and sporting a helmet that looked suspiciously like that of the Greek god Mercury, the speedy messnger of the gods! DC Editor at the time Julius Sshwartz made a brilliant decision to update the DC Golden Age heroes into the world of the early 1960s and the rest is history.

I have been gradually reading my way through the DC Archives and it is a real treat. You could never afford all the comics at the time they came out and tried to stay up on the stories by skipping around the characters and series. Through the DC Archives you get to tune in on these characters and stories the way they debuted at the beginning of their DC run (a great pun in the case of The Flash!) You see Barry Allen mix it up with lightning and chemicals and the adventures start moving forward with situations and super villains that only The Flash could correct!

You will see early Flash stories that cover the grave situations of trouble making criminals, rampaging time travellers, mad scientists, and huge natural disasters. Early appearances of well-known Flash villains include Captain Cold, Mirror Master, the Pied Piper, and Gorrilla Grodd. Another plus is the interaction of Barry Allen (The Flash) in Central City with Jay Garrick (The Golden Age Flash) in future stories via the fabled Cosmic Treadmill. This sets up the parallel universes that lead to the fabulous Crisis on Multiple Earth stories that eventually lead to the Crisis on Multiple Earths and the big shakeup on the DC lineup. The effect of these stories is still being explored and played out in the Infinite Crisis and Final Crisis series.

If you love the DC comics of the Silver Age, this one's a must! Get it today and start adventuring with the Scarlet Speedster! I love it and so will you!

Ahhh, the Flash. One of my favorite comic book characters as I was growing up. Next to World's Finest and Superboy, I think "The Flash" topped my collection of comics.
This book, volume 1 in what I hope will be an expanding set, takes us from Showcase issues 4, 8, 13 and 14 - where The Flash was reborn into the silver age of comics - and continues with stories from Flash #'s 104 to 108. (Hint: Flash #104 was the last issue of the earlier Golden Age Flash)
I alway did like the Barry Allen Flash better than Jay Garrick (the original Flash - or some of you may know him as the Flash from Earth Two). The book is beautifully done in 224 full-color, hardbound pages and introduces some of the fantastic villians the Flash aways seemed to face. Remember Captain Cold, The Pied Piper and the Mirror Master? And who could forget Grodd, the Super Gorilla? They're all here, plus more. 17 timeless tales in all.
Light, entertaining reading - great for just before bed - I would certainly recommend this book to anyone who liked the silver age Flash.

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