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FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jul 2011)

cover:  Ivan Reis
George Perez
FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover)
Jul 2011
$3.99
DC Comics (dccomics.com)

Information from dccomics.com, scan from 2sisterscomics

Written by GEOFF JOHNS; Art by ANDY KUBERT and SANDRA HOPE; Cover by ANDY KUBERT and SANDRA HOPE; 1:25 Black and white variant cover A by ANDY KUBERT; Variant cover B by IVAN REIS and GEORGE PEREZ
FLASH QUESTION: Will The Flash and his new allies be able to fix the world?

DC Universe | 32pg. | Color | $3.99 US
On Sale July 6, 2011

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    FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jul 2011)

    The Beat: DC Comics Month-to-Month Sales: July 2011

    posted Sep 3, 2011 8:11 AM by vu sleeper

    From www.comicsbeat.com



    FLASHPOINT #1 (Reis/Perez Cover) (May 2011)

    FLASHPOINT #2 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jun 2011)

    FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jul 2011)
    DC Comics Month-to-Month Sales: July 2011
    POSTED ON Sep 02 2011 AT 2:57 pm by Marc-Oliver Frisch

    Here’s a number for you: Out of 65 DC Universe comic books published in July, 32 were by the writer/artist creative teams listed in the solicitations — less than half of the bunch.

    Most of the others were either completely drawn by guest artists or had help from one or more of them. And for a couple, even the story credit changed. Not counting the six DC Retroactive books, the video-game adaptations and the New Wave titles, none of which are involved in the day-to-day of the DC Universe, the strike rate is 22 out of 55. So, presuming that’s not a coincidence, it looks like the big DC relaunch was about 40% well-planned, at this juncture.

    See below for the details, and please consider the small print at the end of the column. Thanks to Milton Griepp and ICv2.com for the permission to use their figures. An overview of ICv2.com’s estimates can be found here.

    —–

    4 - FLASHPOINT
    05/2011: Flashpoint #1 of 5 --  86,981         [95,845]
    06/2011: Flashpoint #2 of 5 --  87,505 (+0.6%) [92,482]
    07/2011: Flashpoint #3 of 5 --  86,007 (-1.7%)

    DC’s big summer event doesn’t set the charts on fire, but its first-month numbers have been unusually solid.

    Given that the relaunch was announced at the end of May, retailers had a couple of weeks to adjust their orders for issue #3, and these figures suggest that Flashpoint may have benefited from the announcement. Issue #2 also sold another 5,000 copies in July.

     


    Flashpoint #3 Variant Cover Reveal 

    posted Jun 19, 2011 10:01 PM by vu sleeper

    From comics.ign.com, thanks to Ilke


    FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jul 2011)
    Flashpoint #3 Variant Cover Reveal
    June 13, 2011 by Joey Esposito

    Ivan Reis and George Perez partner for a variant.

    George Perez and Ivan Reis are both huge names in the comics business. One is a renowned legend and the other is working his hardest to attain that status. For Flashpoint #3, the pair have teamed up to deliver a very cool Emperor Aquaman variant cover. Reis handled pencils while Perez did inks and the result is certifiably badass.

    Flashpoint #3 will be on sale July 6, 2011.


    Flashpoint variant editions in June and July

    posted Jun 1, 2011 6:22 PM by vu sleeper

    From www.previewsworld.com


    FLASHPOINT #1 (Reis/Perez Cover) (May 2011)

    FLASHPOINT #2 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jun 2011)

    FLASHPOINT #3 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Jul 2011)
    Chase/Incentive Variants

    Variant" covers are the big prizes for die-hard comic collectors. These rare editions initiate the ultimate treasure hunt as they are very limited in quantity — which makes them all the more desirable for completists. To assist collectors in obtaining these ever-elusive comics, PREVIEWSworld offers this updated checklist of Chase and Incentive Variants, and when they are expected to arrive in your local comic shops.

    MAR118307

    FLASHPOINT #1 (OF 5) VAR ED CVR A

    PI

    15-Jun-11

    APR110102

    FLASHPOINT #2 VAR ED CVR A

    PI

    01-Jun-11

    APR110103

    FLASHPOINT #2 VAR ED CVR B

    PI

    01-Jun-11

    MAY110163

    FLASHPOINT #3 VAR ED CVR A

    PI

    06-Jul-11

    MAY110164

    FLASHPOINT #3 VAR ED CVR B

    PI

    06-Jul-11

     




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