The Writing’s On the Bloody Wall in ‘Firestorm’ #18

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If we could multiply ourselves, our only crime would be against nature.

If we could multiply ourselves, our only crime would be against nature.

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by Brendan McGinley

Kids, they grow up so fast, right? One minute you’re watching them take their first steps and watching out for their welfare…the next, you’re watching them fire their first radioactive blasts and they’re protecting you from strangers. Superheroes have secret identities to protect their loved ones, but as you saw in an earlier preview, Firestorm is actually two dudes, and keeping their other lives private proves a lot harder when a parent is kidnapped by unknown parties. Something tells us there’s more than just Multiplex behind this crime.

Read our exclusive preview below, then find out the answer on Wednesday at your local comic book shop.


DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

If you’re keeping count, this is the sixth cover where the villain is right behind the hero, but the first one where he could also be right in front of him.

DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

That’s a lot of Kirby crackle.

DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

When the police arrest supervillains, they must have some tool for unbending girders, right?

DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

“So, do you two have a cute meeting story, or…oh REALLY? Hostage situation?”

DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

Dont trust him! He used an ellipsis before he answered you!

DC Comics exclusive preview at Man Cave Daily

When Multiplex gives himself orders, how does he establish a hierarchy of command?


Thanks, DC, for another cool preview! Go read the rest in The Fury of Firestorm: The Nuclear Man #18, out on Wednesday


Whoa...we had this exact dream last night

Whoa…we had this exact dream last night.

Don’t stop there! Turn the page and read more previews in the comics section!

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