Tripwire Reveals Its Final Flash Cover


Back After Nine Years

We’ve just launched our indiegogo campaign and here’s the final cover design for the direct market cover, our exclusive Flash at 80 image created by the very talented David Michael Beck, who we are also lucky enough to call our friend too…

Tripwire Magazine Spring Special will be a glossy 144 page A4 squarebound magazine chock full of all manner of great, unique material:

Under two covers (A Flash 80th anniversary cover exclusively created by illustrator David Michael Beck for the direct market and a Kieron Gillen Once and Future cover for those who support us here on indiegogo) the Spring Special contains the kind of material people familiar with Tripwire’s history would expect:

• A Flash 80th anniversary feature looking at the history of DC’s Scarlet Speedster
• A Neil Gaiman feature, taking a look at the writer’s long and renowned career including The Sandman, Good Omens and American Gods

•An exclusive Kieron Gillen interview with the writer talking about hit series like Once & Future, Die and The Wicked + The Divine

•A look at 80 years of Batman’s deadliest and most iconic foe, The Joker, star of comics, film and TV

• It will offer a preview of the eagerly awaited second Wonder Woman film, Wonder Woman 1984 in the year that Wonder Woman commemorates its 80th anniversary
• a look at the genesis of horror comics beginning with EC in 1950 right up to the present day with more modern takes like The Sandman and Hellblazer
•Louise Simonson talks about her long career as a writer and as an editor
•The return of Stripwire, Tripwire’s acclaimed strip section which will include work from the likes of Roger Langridge and Andy Bennett, who has drawn a Sherlock Holmes alternate world short created with Tripwire’s editor-in-chief Joel Meadows.
•An exclusive chat with writer Ram V on his work for companies like DC, Vault and Marvel.
•A look at how comic artists like Frank Quitely, Jock, PJ Holden and others create their work using Wacom and Cintique tablets.
•Company profiles of Vault Comics and SelfMade Hero

•A career retrospective on director Richard Stanley (Color Out Of Space) including an exclusive talk with Stanley himself
•A Lost Tale featuring Gene Ha on a DC series that never was.
•An interview with renowned British illustrator Alistair Little
•An archive section reprinting interviews with the likes of Alan MooreFrank Miller and Mike Mignola

Here’s the link to contribute

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