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The Flash Just Set Up Season 9 : In a DC Comic

DC’s Arrowverse crossover comic Earth-Prime: Hero’s Twilight # 6 straight sets up The Flash Season 9 by setting a recognized villain on the loose.

The sixth and last concern of DC’s Arrowverse-set comics restricted collection Earth-Prime straight establishes the upcoming 9th period of The CW’s The Flash by establishing a significant villain from the show’s past on the loose.

While the very first five concerns of Earth-Prime have included solo tales set within the Arrowverse, the sixth issue, titled Earth-Prime: Hero’s Twilight, functions as a crossover that has been developed because the beginning. Hero’s Twilight sees Cisco Ramon (played on The Flash by Carlos Valdes) as well as Phantom Girl (played on the program by Mika Abdalla) uncover that the supervillain called Bloodwork has actually run away imprisonment. The comic after that states, “To be continued in Season 9 of The Flash.”

The occasions of the comic established up the “Blood Work” story arc, which began in The Flash # 30. Ramsey Rosso made his live-action launching during the 6th season of The CW’s The Flash in 2019, with Sendhil Ramamurthy tipping right into the duty. Barry Allen/the Flash (Grant Gustin) ultimately beat as well as imprisoned Bloodwork.

The Flash is currently getting ready for its Season 8 ending– together titled “Negative, Part Two”– which is set to air on The CW on Wednesday, June 29. The longest-running series set within the Arrowverse, The Flash was formally restored for Season 9 this previous March. At the same time, fellow Arrowverse collection Superman & Lois was renewed for Season 3. Like The Flash, Superman & Lois likewise factored right into DC’s Earth-Prime comic series.

Written by Jeff Hersh as well as Thomas Pound, highlighted by Will Robson as well as Pablo M. Collar, tinted by Alex Sinclair and also John Kalisz and lettered by Tom Napolitano, Earth-Prime: Hero’s Twilight # 6 gets on sale currently from DC.

The Season 8 ending of The Flash June 29 on The CW.

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