jordansjacket:

Barry/Hal/Ollie

#what do I even call this ship

Two conservatives and a liberal?

Congress.

nami-angel:

Bookmarks:

Wally - Flash

New52 Flash - Barry Allen

Green Lantern -Hal Jordan

Something I was working on lately, because I never have enough bookmarks. I’m not doing things like that often, so it’s far from perfect (also you might have noticed I use scissors about as well as six-year-old).

jessebellechambers:

Flash Family being adorable.

aoisaki:

还有6个……其实还挺想画全员的……但是太……我还是换点什么画吧_(:з」∠)_

aRE THESE PINS BECAUSE I NEED THEM

emmafrosticle:

Justice League: new frontier #2

The Flash selfie variant is something I’m going to need to own, I think.

The Flash selfie variant is something I’m going to need to own, I think.

nata38coco:

FLASH#32

nata38coco:

FLASH#32

deandraws:

HalBarry Assassin’s Creed AU~

"Why do I have to wear the flag? We both know I look better in a suit.”
"You also look better out of a suit, now hush."

deandraws:

HalBarry Assassin’s Creed AU~

"Why do I have to wear the flag? We both know I look better in a suit.”

"You also look better out of a suit, now hush."

Anyone want to go halfsies on a set of 9 figures, 6 of which are customs? Only $250.

Ebay listing here.

Check out what’s coming out over the next two weeks!

Excited for Justice League War Flash and Earth-2 Jay (even if I wasn’t fond of the book), but I’ve hated that damn Michael Turner statue every time it’s been released, and now is no exception.

I mean, look at it! It’s hideous! Michael Turner never had a sense for anatomy, especially that of a runner. Flash doesn’t even look like he could get through a normal-sized doorway with those linebacker shoulders. I’ve got the Turner-designed Flash action figure, and it’s shoulders are easily an inch wider than every other figure in my collection.

damowayne:

Slowmo Barry

  

Reblogging again because my tags were important.

damowayne:

Slowmo Barry
Flash Family rec list

So, hey! The Flash family, huh? They had a good run (thanks for nothing, DC), but just because the majority of them are no longer around doesn’t mean that their stories of old are any less enjoyable. So here am I to present to you, a rec list for those who ride the lightning. I’ll provide links where I can, and where I can’t, well, maybe if you check this post at a later date, I’ll have found them.

While many of these characters appear in each other’s books (especially during the 90s), I’m going to try and isolate key issues, or issues I personally found particularly interesting, especially for characters that were used to headlining their own books for years.

Please keep in mind that I’m probably going to be leaving some stuff out, as the Flash is a legacy that spans decades longer than I’ve been alive. But I’ll try to do the best I can.

Also! While there have been many instances of the Flash in animated and live-action television, this list is just going to be focusing on the comic book aspect. Sorry, JLU and Young Justice fans.

Jay Garrick:

  • Flash v1 1-104
  • Justice Society of America v1
  • JSA
  • JSA: Classified
  • Justice Society of America v3 (I think it’s v3. The 2007 series)
  • Flash v2: specifically the arcs Terminal Velocity (95-98), Emergency Stop (130-132), and the stand-alone issue #134
  • Flash Rebirth (don’t read this please)
  • Earth-2 1-ongoing

Barry Allen:

  • Flash v1 105-350
  • Crisis on Infinite Earths (though not entirely necessary, this is the book where Barry died the first time, and I’d be a sham if I left it off)
  • here is a large gap that spans all of the 90s and most of the 2000s
  • oh wait I lied
  • The Life Story of The Flash by Iris Allen
  • Flash and Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold (Waid-penned, and at one point, Barry and Ollie get into a catfight over Hal worth a read)
  • Final Crisis (don’t read this if you can avoid it)
  • Flash: Rebirth (please don’t you’ll only blame me)
  • Blackest Night
  • Blackest Night: The Flash (more of a Rogues story but things happen)
  • Flash v3 1-12 (the last six issues are all a giant Flashpoint lead-in)
  • Flashpoint (please don’t read this it’s not necessary it’s really not)
  • Flash v4 1-ongoing
  • Justice League (2011 series)

Wally West:

Bart Allen:

  • Impulse 1-89 plus annuals
  • Flash v2 starting with #92
  • Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. 5, 6, 8
  • Young Justice
  • Sins of Youth
  • Titans/Young Justice Graduation Day
  • The Titans
  • Teen Titans v3
  • Teen Titans/Legion special
  • Flash Rebirth (love yourself)
  • Flash v3
  • Teen Titans 2011 reboot (you’re better off stabbing yourself in the eyes, though)

Jesse Chambers:

  • Justice Society of America (1992) 1-10
  • Flash v2, with particular emphasis on the Terminal Velocity, Dead Heat, Chain Lightning, and Blood Will Run arcs
  • Impulse issue 22
  • The Titans
  • Titans/Legion of Superheroes Universe Ablaze
  • Titans/Young Justice Graduation Day
  • JSA issues 34, 35, 37, 52-54, 81
  • JSA: Classified 34
  • Justice Society of America v3
  • JSA: All-Stars v2
  • Justice League of America (2006) 44-60

Jenni Ognats:

  • Legion of Superheroes v2
  • Legionnaires, especially Legionnaires Annual 3
  • Legends of the Legion
  • Legion Worlds
  • The Legion
  • Impulse issues 9, 10, 12, 25
  • Flash v2 issues 108, 109, 112, 148, 149
  • Titans/Legion of Superheroes: Universe Ablaze
  • Teen Titans/Legion special
  • Final Crisis: Legion of Three Worlds
  • Adventure Comics 526

Walter West:

  • Flash v2 issues 150-156, 158, 159

Thad Thawne:

  • Impulse issues 50-53, and 62-66
  • nothing else
  • nothing else at all
  • especially not Flash: Fastest Man Alive, the Titans East arc of Teen Titans, or Final Crisis: Rogues Revenge

Max Mercury:

  • Flash v2 starting with issue 76
  • Impulse
  • Flash: Rebirth (don’t do it)
  • Kid Flash Lost

That should about do it! As you can see, the Flash family has done a lot, and that’s just the stuff I can remember off the top of my head. A special thanks to those who took the time and effort to actually put stuff on Mediafire and the like, for us poor slobs to download.

deandraws:

Emerald Lightning by DeanGrayson
After the appearance of the Trespasser, the world realizes that jet pilots are hardly effective against these invaders called Kaiju. This immediately spurs Hal Jordan to enlist in the Jaeger program. Partly to get a piece of the action, mostly to avenge his father, who died in the first kaiju attack.Hal becomes fast friends with Barry Allen, a scientist from Kansas who couldn’t be more different from Hal’s ‘fly first, ask questions later’ personality. Despite that, they’re drift compatible, much to Barry’s disdain. Why couldn’t he have been teamed up with someone more analytical? Like Ted Kord? Most times, Hal is driving Barry crazy, and other times he just can’t get Hal out of his head. At first, Barry chalks this up to side effects of being in the drift to often.However, after a category four mission goes sideways, and they’re lucky to be saved by fellow jaeger pilots, Barry begins worrying more for his partner’s safety than usual. He starts to realize why they’re compatible, and as the two mismatched heroes are becoming closer and closer in the drift, piloting Emerald Lightning won’t be so easy to do for Barry anymore.Because when you meld in the drift, no secret is secret to your partner.

Goodbye friends.
(I want to add things to this, about how both of them have a protege that they hope will be compatible with the other, to continue on the name if they should fall, but Barry’s nephew Wally ends up jockeying with the Grayson kid in Crimson Trapeze, and Kyle Rayner manages to be the only student in years truly drift compatible with Guy Gardner in his Mark 4 Green Warrior)
(I also want to have a bit about how Ted Kord ended up in the cockpit with a vet named Babs, but lost her due to an off-duty injury and got saddled with one half of the Carter twins. He’d wanted to name their jaeger Azure Coleoptera, but there were one too many yells of NERRRRD for that to work, so now they ride out in the Gold Beetle.)
(I also want to tell myself to shut up and apologize)

deandraws:

Emerald Lightning by DeanGrayson

After the appearance of the Trespasser, the world realizes that jet pilots are hardly effective against these invaders called Kaiju. This immediately spurs Hal Jordan to enlist in the Jaeger program. Partly to get a piece of the action, mostly to avenge his father, who died in the first kaiju attack.
Hal becomes fast friends with Barry Allen, a scientist from Kansas who couldn’t be more different from Hal’s ‘fly first, ask questions later’ personality. Despite that, they’re drift compatible, much to Barry’s disdain. Why couldn’t he have been teamed up with someone more analytical? Like Ted Kord? Most times, Hal is driving Barry crazy, and other times he just can’t get Hal out of his head. At first, Barry chalks this up to side effects of being in the drift to often.
However, after a category four mission goes sideways, and they’re lucky to be saved by fellow jaeger pilots, Barry begins worrying more for his partner’s safety than usual. He starts to realize why they’re compatible, and as the two mismatched heroes are becoming closer and closer in the drift, piloting Emerald Lightning won’t be so easy to do for Barry anymore.
Because when you meld in the drift, no secret is secret to your partner.

Goodbye friends.

(I want to add things to this, about how both of them have a protege that they hope will be compatible with the other, to continue on the name if they should fall, but Barry’s nephew Wally ends up jockeying with the Grayson kid in Crimson Trapeze, and Kyle Rayner manages to be the only student in years truly drift compatible with Guy Gardner in his Mark 4 Green Warrior)

(I also want to have a bit about how Ted Kord ended up in the cockpit with a vet named Babs, but lost her due to an off-duty injury and got saddled with one half of the Carter twins. He’d wanted to name their jaeger Azure Coleoptera, but there were one too many yells of NERRRRD for that to work, so now they ride out in the Gold Beetle.)

(I also want to tell myself to shut up and apologize)