In Joshua Williamson and Christian Duce's The Flash #53, the evil successor of the Elongated Man inadvertently creates a renegade hero.
The Arrowverse has brought some of our favorite DC villains to life, but which one of them is the most powerful?
DC Comics' November solicitation information teases the latest arc of The Flash with Barry Allen learning new secrets about the Speed Force.
The Flash is seen as nothing more than a runner, but he's a lot more overpowered than he looks!
The Arrowverse has put the spotlight on several DC characters that normally, we all tend to ignore (and with good reason).
The tragic events following Wally West's return are only the beginning of writer Joshua Williamson's major plans for DC's speedsters.
Brian Michael Bendis addresses a certain mix-up with the Flash in his new Superman series over at DC Comics.
In search of answers following the breaking of the Speed Force, Barry Allen heads into the multiverse to meet with his alternate Earth counterparts.
Following his first appearance since the dawn of the New 52, the hero known as Impulse is set for major drama.
With the Force Barrier broken, Barry calls upon the Multiverse's speedsters in DC Comics' The Flash #52, by Joshua Williamson and Christian Duce.
The Flash is one of the most popular heroes in all of DC, so we're looking at everyone who's worn the lightning and ranking them by speed.
In Joshua Williamson and Scott Kolin's Flash #51, we learn the fate of Wally West in the dramatic aftermath of Flash War.
The younger Wally West has a new attitude and a new approach to superheroics, as far away from the Flash Family as he can get.
The Flash is one of DC's most revered heroes, but sometimes he does things even his own rogues gallery wouldn't do.
While Legends of Tomorrow continues to be one of the Arrowverse's best shows, there are some casting decisions that are questionable at best.
With The Flash's iconic costume ring making its debut in Season 5 of the CW drama, we look at its six-decade comic book history.