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KAV & TONY BREAK IT DOWN: THE FLASH #190

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Kav & Tony Break It Down is nothing more than two lifelong comic book fans having fun reviewing the comics of the Golden and Silver Age of Comics. We know these comics were published with a young audience in mind, but we couldn't pass up the opportunity to make fun of some ridiculous plots, silly dialogue, and scientific shenanigans. 

Kav & Tony have returned after a long absence. We are going to take a few absolutely insane pages from vintage comics and review them panel by panel. Kav sent me two pages from The Flash #190 titled "Super-Speed Agent of The Flash". This comic was released in 1969 by DC Comics, the writer was John Broome, the pencils were done by Ross Andru, and the inks were done by Mike Esposito.

OK, let's take a look at pages 6 and 10 from this issue. Go ahead and read the page first by clicking on it and then check out our panel by panel breakdowns.

PAGE 6:



Panel 1 

KAV: Barry Allen/The Flash has broken his leg falling from a tornado. How it i…

COBRA COMMANDER

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Ryan Cairns submitted this excellent drawing of Cobra Commander to share with the faithful followers of Champion City Comics. Enjoy.


INNOCENCE

Story: Frank T. Allen

Art: Nick Wright

A weary detective recounts his horrific experiences from many years on the police force. In this harrowing tale, we see one man's struggle to find some sense of meaning and worth in the work he has done. Does any of it really matter? Does anyone even care? Clear black and white morality is not something that can be related to anymore.
He doesn't expect you to understand.

Innocence by tonydoug25

RAPID CITY OPEN STUDIO

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Josh Dahl and Anand 'Kav' Kaviraj have teamed up once again for an issue of Rapid City and they are currently working on Rapid City #7. Dahl and Kaviraj are allowing individuals to see the comic book process develop on Facebook. The Rapid City Open Studio page can be linked here, so please give it a look. If you are interested in joining The Rapid City fan page as well then click here to join.

Check out the images below of Rapid City #7 in progress!