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'Reverse-Flash' Returns In THE FLASH Season 2 Episode 7: "Gorilla Warfare" Marvel Comics, Dc Universe, Dc Comics, Marvel, Dc Heroes, Marvel Vs, Marvel Superheroes, Dc Superheroes, Marvel Dc

He's baaaack! Well, sort of. The first batch of official images from next week's episode of The Flash have been revealed today, and as well as a glimpse at Grodd, we get to see the Reverse-Flash as...part of Team Flash? What's the deal with Harrison Wells? Hit the jump to find out!

Allan Mason
Batman, Marvel, Avengers, Superhero, Heroes, Spiderman, Superhero Art, Marvel Superheroes, Batman Comics

Official card stock variant cover for DC Comic's Future State : Justice League #1 and #2. An absolute honor to be able to illustrate a variant for both issues, thank you DC! From the press : DC Future State spotlights the World’s Greatest Super Heroes in fresh new roles, with all-new characters taking up their iconic mantles and terrifying new Super-Villains that will push them beyond their limits. Witness the start of a new era for the Justice League starring Jonathan Kent as Superman…

Chucky Doll
Dc Comics, Costumes, Wonder Woman Costume, Female Superhero, Female Hero, Wonder Woma, Super Hero Women, Marvel Female Characters, Wonder Woman Design

A staple of the comic book superhero is the costume they wear either to differentiate themselves from their secret identity, or simply as a more practical means of engaging in combat. Clark Kent is known in popular culture for using a telephone booth to change into Superman, while The Flash stores his costume compacted into a tiny ring. Wonder Woman's method often uses a bit more flair. In the 1970s, Lynda Carter developed the most famous method of transformation for the Wonder Woman TV…

Lalonnie D'Antonio