Flash (Comic) Magazine

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Flash comic is an experience. Look at all the exciting things Flash can do. Flash can vibrate through solids, but not without causing them to explode. Inside Flash’s earpieces are radios tuned to police band and emergency frequencies. Flash can reach a top velocity of just under light speed. Any faster and he merges with the Speed Force. Though he cannot affect people or things at rest, Flash can lend velocity to moving objects. Wally West, aka the Flash, has mastered speed tricks beyond those that Jay Garrick (the original Flash) and Barry knew. He has also learned that his origin may have been no accident at all… apparently, there is an energy field beyond the light speed barrier from which all speedsters draw their power, a Speed Force that may have chosen Wally for a reason yet to be revealed.

Green Lantern (Comic) Magazine

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Green Lantern combines cutting with debonair. Freelance artist Kyle Rayner was used to creating on a canvas or a sketchpad, but when the sole remaining Guardian of the Universe handed him the last power ring, Kyle could turn his imagination into reality. The immediate successor to legendary Green Lantern Hal Jordan, Kyle was relatively inexperienced, but compensated for it with his eagerness and fertile imagination. At first fairly cavalier about the heroic mantle he’d inherited, Kyle was forced to face responsibility when his girlfriend, Alex DeWitt, was murdered by the villain Major Force. Since then, he’s come to understand the legacy left by the long line of Green Lanterns, and feels the pressure of carrying on the proud tradition. Growing into his role gradually, Kyle’s come to embrace being Green Lantern, his membership in the Justice League giving him the opportunity to take his place among the world’s greatest heroes.