Source: USA Today
In an article in USA Today, America's #1 source for comic book spoilers, DC Comics casually announced that Wally West would be entering the Nu52 in the Flash Annual in April, in the midst of an article bragging about how The Flash is the next Iron Man because he is getting a teen drama on the WB. The popular legacy hero was rebooted out of existence during the Flashpoint reboot for fans own good, since they couldn't tell how much better of a Flash Barry Allen, Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns' favorite Flash, was. Unfortunately, uppity fans just wouldn't shut up about it and accept that DC knows better than they do what they like to read, so the company is reluctantly bringing Wally back in April.
For shame, DC readers!
"You win for now, readers," proclaimed an irate Geoff Johns before escaping DC headquarters in a hidden rocket ship. "But I'll be back!"
Johns' secretary confirmed that the executive would indeed be back in the office by no later than 11AM tomorrow, as he is scheduled for an important lunch meeting around that time.
Flash Annual #3 Cover - USA Today, a major media outlet, apparently doesn't have the bandwidth to serve images larger than a matchbook.
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