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FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)

cover: George Perez
FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3
Aug 2011
$2.95
DC Comics (dccomics.com)

FLASH FACT:The Secret Seven are being slaughtered from within. Shade the Changing Man must figure out who it is in time, or he will have another team’s death on his hands.

FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Art by FERNANDO BLANCO and SCOTT KOBLISH
Cover by GEORGE PEREZ
On sale AUGUST 3 * 3 of 3, 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US * RATED T

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    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Digital) (02 Sep 2011)


    New digital comics for August and September 2011

    posted Sep 3, 2011 10:11 AM by vu sleeper

    From Vu


    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011)

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Digital) (02 Sep 2011)

    AUTHORITY #18 (Digital) (30 Aug 2011)
    Here are a couple of digital comics available a few weeks ago from read.dccomics.com

    JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 PREVIEW (Digital) (31 Aug 2011) features the same page that was available in DC COMICS – THE NEW 52 #1 (Jul 2011), except with a few pages from the new JUSTICE LEAGUE comics.

    AUTHORITY #18 (Digital) (30 Aug 2011) finally made it online, a year and a half after its print version,  THE AUTHORITY #18 (Jan 2010).


    The disappointing Flashpoint: Secret Seven series' third issue is finally available digitally with FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Digital) (02 Sep 2011), with a savings of $1 from the print version.  I only pick up the series because it originally solicited that George Perez was going to be involved in the series - as it turned out, only the covers and partial first issues were done by Perez.

     


    X-Axis "not really feeling this" for Flashpoint: Secret Seven #3

    posted Aug 7, 2011 5:46 PM by vu sleeper

    From www.housetoastonish.com


    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)
    The X-Axis – 7 August 2011
    Posted on Sunday, August 7, 2011 by Paul in x-axis

    No podcast this week, but regular listeners will surely want to check out our special bonus video thing, one post down.  Thanks again to the Thumbcast for actually making the video.

    But now, this week’s comics.  It’s a week relatively light on X-books, and big on interesting new releases – I’m sure we’ll come back to one or two of these on next week’s podcast.  (Any suggestions, stick them in the comments thread.)

    (excerpt)

    Flashpoint: Secret Seven #3 - I’m not really feeling this one either.  George Perez is of course far too busy working on the September relaunch to draw this, so we get fill-in art from Fernando Blanco and Scott Koblish – which is perfectly acceptable, but not George Perez.  More fundamentally, this story about the Secret Seven self-destructing doesn’t really work as a self-contained plot.  The basic idea is that the Enchantress is a traitor and she’s manipulating Shade’s powers so as to trick everyone into killing one another (except for Abra Kadabra, who just walked out).  But since the Secret Seven were never shown to be a particularly significant, or effective, or even ever-functional-in-the-first-place group, there’s no real sense of tragedy in them falling apart – and I honestly have no idea what the subplot about Abra going public had to do with anything, unless it shows up somewhere else in the crossover.  Conceivably this could be setting up something for Justice League Dark - even as foreshadowing for the idea that anyone who follows Shade in the new book is probably going to wind up dead – but as a story in its own right, it’s not very satisfying.


     

    Upcoming Releases For 8/3/2011
    posted Jul 30, 2011 10:53 AM by vu sleeper [ updated Jul 30, 2011 11:09 AM ]

    From www.previewsworld.com


    SUPERMAN #714 (Perez cover) (Aug 2011)
    FIRESTORM: THE NUCLEAR MAN TP (Aug 2011)

    FLASHPOINT #4 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Aug 2011)

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)
    Upcoming Releases For 8/3/2011

    This file is posted for new products scheduled to ship to comic shops on 8/3/2011 which include Kult #1, Usagi Yojimbo #139, Firestorm: The Nuclear Man TP, Jonah Hex #70, Scalped #51, G.I. Joe Volume 2 #4, Suicide Girls #4, 50 Girls 50 #3, Infinite #1, Severed #1, Avengers Academy #17 Fear, Moon Knight #4, Punisher #1, and more.

    APR110202

    FIRESTORM THE NUCLEAR MAN TP

    $17.99

    JUN110175

    FLASHPOINT #4 (OF 5)

    $3.99

    JUN110183

    FLASHPOINT SECRET SEVEN #3 (OF 3)

    $2.99

    JUN110239

    SUPERMAN #714

    $2.99



    Flashpoint: Secret Seven #3 Preview

    posted Jul 30, 2011 12:00 AM by vu sleeper

    From dcu.blog.dccomics.com


    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)
    “Something’s going very wrong.”
    Friday, July 29th, 2011 By David Hyde

    With their identities revealed to the world, the Secret Seven are more vulnerable than ever before. So vulnerable in fact, that they start slaughtering each other from within. But who is to blame for these casualties? Which team members can be trusted? Could the rumors that someone on the team is working for Aquaman or Wonder Woman be true? It’ll be up to Shade The Changing Man to figure it out and put a stop to the traitor who is responsible before any more innocent blood is shed. Even if it means sacrificing himself.

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 is written by Peter Milligan, features art by Fernando Blanco and Scott Koblish, and hits stores on Wednesday.

     

    DC advance Flashpoint covers
    posted May 13, 2011 11:15 AM by vu sleeper


    From comicbookresources.com

    DC Releases Advance "Flashpoint" Covers, Solicits
    posted 05/13/11 by CBR News Team, Editor 

    DC Comics is releasing advance looks at cover art and solicitation for August-shipping "Flashpoint" tie-ins, starting with the cover and solicit info for "Flashpoint" #4.

    (excerpt)


    FLASHPOINT #4 (Reis/Perez Cover) (Aug 2011)
    FLASHPOINT #4-5
    Written by GEOFF JOHNS
    Art by ANDY KUBERT and SANDRA HOPE
    Covers by ANDY KUBERT and SANDRA HOPE
    1:25 Black and white variant covers A by ANDY KUBERT
    Issue #4 Variant cover B by IVAN REIS and GEORGE PEREZ
    Issue #5 Variant cover B by RAGS MORALES

    FLASH FACT: The war between the Amazons and the Atlantians has arrived. The battles between Diana of Themsycira and Emperor Aquaman will tear this world apart - unless The Flash can fix it!
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Because of its impact on the DC Universe, FLASHPOINT #5 is the only title that DC Comics is currently soliciting to arrive in stores on August 31.
    Issue #4 on sale AUGUST 3
    Issue #5 on sale AUGUST 31
    4 and 5 of 5, 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US RATED T


    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3 (Aug 2011)
    FLASH FACT:The Secret Seven are being slaughtered from within. Shade the Changing Man must figure out who it is in time, or he will have another team’s death on his hands.

    FLASHPOINT: SECRET SEVEN #3
    Written by PETER MILLIGAN
    Art by FERNANDO BLANCO and SCOTT KOBLISH
    Cover by GEORGE PEREZ
    On sale AUGUST 3 * 3 of 3, 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US * RATED T


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