DC Comics has delayed the release of an upcoming prequel comic based on the upcoming comic. Flash film, according to one of its artists.
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Flash: The fastest man in the world was supposed to see its first issue released on April 26, 2022. However, a report from Bleeding cool seemed to suggest that DC Comics had begun canceling orders for the book, hinting that it would no longer be produced due to Ezra Miller’s recent arrest and legal troubles.
Following the news, Juan Ferreira – one of the artists who worked on the comic book series – took to Twitter to deny the reports, stating that the series would still be in print, but was simply delayed so as not to leave such a big gap between the comic and the film, which recently has been delayed until 2023.
No, it will be printed later this year, so there won’t be such a gap between the comic and the movie.
— Juan Ferreira (@juaneferreira) April 12, 2022
The prelude to the series will be written by Kenny Porter, with artists Ricardo López Ortiz and Jason Howard also taking part in the series. A three-issue compilation of the series was due out in October, but it’s unclear when it will be released now, due to the first issue being delayed to an unspecified date.
The Flash: The fastest man alive will focus on Barry Allen as he deals with the emergence of Girder, a new threat to Central City. In the series, Allen will turn to Batman for advice on how he can use some of his powers, while also trying to figure out how to stop the latest threat to his city.
Long time in development Flash In the film, Ezra Miller returns as the DCEU’s Scarlet Speedster/Barry Allen, whom he first portrayed in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice Leagueand Justice League Zack Snyder. He also made a cameo appearance on The CW. Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover where he met the Barry Allen version of Grant Gustin.
Miller will be joined by Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, Maribel Verdu as Nora Allen, Sasha Calle as Supergirl and Ron Livingston as Henry Allen, with Keaton and Ben Affleck reprising their versions of Bruce Wayne/Batman for the film.
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Ezra Miller in charge Flash film director THISAndy Muschietti from the last screenplay written by Christina Hodson (Predator birds). Marianne Jenkins was the executive producer and Michael Disko and Barbara Muschietti were the producers.