Flashpoint: Citizen Cold #1

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FLASH FACT! He loves someone he should not!
by DC Comics

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Published August, 2011 (Modern Age) by DC Comics and went on sale June 08, 2011 for $2.99 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

UPC: 76194130410600111
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  • Cold-Hearted, Part 1 (Pages )

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bobashep
5

by on 7/12/2016 7:53:00 PM

How can you best define Leonard Snart? Rogue? Ruthless Killer? Hero? In the Flashpoint universe, he's all three. As the costumed vigilante, Citizen Cold, Leonard Snart issues a brand of justice that borders on cold-blooded murder. But armed with an agent, endorsement deals, and presumably a legion of lawyers, Citizen Cold is a media darling. He's also a marked man. Without the Flash and the Speed Force, Snart is the sole protector of Central City. With that massive responsibility, Citizen Cold has amassed his own Rogue's Gallery. Snart's no Barry Allen and his relationship with the Rogues is like that of a mongoose and a cobra; there's no love lost between the two parties.

ulyssesjasonnewcomb
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I went into this expecting to be disappointed. Ever since Kollins adopted this new style of coloring I've not been a fan of his. I keep longing for his previous style. Though I still prefer the other Kollins, this wasn't half bad. Kollins's script surprised me! Despite a few lines of clunky dialog I very much enjoyed this! By the end of the issue I was on the edge of my seat. The story focuses on the alternate reality rogues. But Captain Cold is on the side of good here. Or is he?

HalJordan2814
5

by on 5/9/2017 1:55:00 PM
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Flashpoint: Citizen Cold #1