Sean Murphy introduces The Flash to his universe for the first time, but not in the way you’d expect.
Flash is ready to run in the universe of Batman: White Knight in DC Comics. The Batman: Beyond the White Knight comic book series, created by the prolific Sean Murphy, culminated in the introduction of Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lanterniconic heroes belonging to the League of Justice. Written by Katana Collins and Clay McCormack and with drawings by Mirka Andolfo, the comic Generation Joker #2 features Wally West’s version of the White Knightbut it seems that he has not yet officially become The Flash.
Sean Murphy introduces The Flash to his universe for the first time, but not in the way you’d expect
At the moment, Diana and John Stewart aren’t even Wonder Woman and Green Lantern of this world, but special agents belonging to the fbi. Batman has been recruited by fbi to help deal with the threat Superman poses to the world, and the latest issue of Generation Joker reveals that Wally West He’s just another agent Diana and John work with. In fact, he is one who greatly admires Batman.
While admiring Bruce Wayne from the shadows, Wally West mentions that in his own house, Central Citynever had a hero like Batman defend the city, which indicates that Wally West does not yet have the powers that make him Flash. This is confirmed moments later when Bruce Wayne incapacitates with surprising ease Wally West to chase the two sons of the joker and harley quinn, Jackie and brice.
Diana and John also appear in Generation Jokerbut not in their iconic forms as heroes so common in the main DC continuity. They are agents of fbi they’re just trying to do their job. On the other hand, the creator of this entire universe has been Sean Murphy and is reaping many successes. He himself has confirmed that he will introduce DC’s most legendary heroes in ways no reader could ever imagine.