You cannot count the number of times people came down the hall at DC Comics to ask us when somebody's legs were getting shattered or when something horrible or grotesque would happen to Flash. But that character, that book, is not about tragedy. It's never been about tragedy. It's been about hope, and it's been about movement, and it's been about freedom. And so we – Brian and I together – just followed our muse. And we knew we were being defiant in an age of dark and grim comics, but what we had seemed to work. We stood out from the crowd and we didn't sink beneath the waves.
Please, remember to buy your own copie of the wonderful The Flash Companion, by Keith Dallas.