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DC Comics First Look: The Flash #88
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DC Comics First Look: The Flash #88

Witness the birth of Paradox!

As a hero, the Flash helps as many people as he possibly can…but Paradox shows what happens when ordinary people pay the price for super-powered battles royale. What started as a happy life of family and science turned into a nightmare when the Turtle’s attack on Central City rained down from the future—and now the story of the civilians caught in the crossfire will change the Flash’s life forever!

“Howard Porter and I created and planted the seeds of Flash’s new deadly and powerful villain way back in The Flash Annual in 2018,” says Joshua Williamson. “Now, Paradox wants revenge on the Flash legacy! Howard killed it in this Paradox origin issue in The Flash #88!”

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The Flash #88, written by Joshua Williamson with art and cover by Howard Porter, featuring the debut of new DC character Paradox, hits shelves February 12th, 2020.

 

The Flash #88

Written by Joshua Williamson
Art and cover by Howard Porter
Color by Hi-Fi
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020

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