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About Joshua Williamson
Joshua Williamson writes comics, kids books and lives in Portland OR, home of big trees, rain, Oni Press and Dark Horse. He has been published by DC Comics, Marvel, Oni Press, Image, Dark Horse, Desperado and some others soon to be announced.
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Is the Nailbiter alive? Where is Sheriff Crane? Are they part of the serial killer copycats' horrific game of death?! The only person who can answer all these questions is the Nailbiter's daughter!
Collects NAILBITER RETURNS #1-5
The members of the Justice League are Earth's most powerful and famous superheroes…but they aren't the only team in town.
The Suicide Squad strikes from the shadows and does the jobs too dirty for superheroes to handle. Under the iron fist of Director Amanda Waller, these monsters and maniacs have operated in total secrecy…until now. Batman is on their trail and the Squad's existence isn't something he or the Justice League can tolerate. It must be shut down.
But while the heroes and antiheroes are distracted fighting each other, twisted mastermind Maxwell Lord assembles a nightmarish army of DC's deadliest villains to take out both teams!
Collects JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD #1-6, SUICIDE SQUAD #8 backup story, SUICIDE SQUAD #9-10 and JUSTICE LEAGUE #12-13.
“The Flash is one of the best DC comic books right now.” —IGN
“Joshua Williamson’s writing is on-point.” —Nerdist
Wally West has joined Barry Allen and the other Wally West—a.k.a. Kid Flash—in protecting Keystone City from all manner of threats. But when he learns what Barry has kept from him about his previous life—including the fate of his vanished children—Wally decides he’s going to breach the Speed Force to reclaim what he’s lost, regardless of the consequences! Now Barry, Kid Flash and the Justice League must try to stop him in a battle that sees the return of one of DC’s best-loved heroes, as well as one of its most sinister villains, to the DC Universe!
Writer Joshua Williamson (Justice League vs. Suicide Squad) and artist Howard Porter (JLA) continue their acclaimed run with The Flash Vol. 8: Flash War. Featuring additional art by Scott Kolins (Blue Beetle, Action Comics), Flash War collects The Flash #46-51 and a story from The Flash Annual #1.
Barry Allen feels helpless in his life in Central City. As a forensic scientist, he's always catching criminals after they've committed their crimes. All that changes one fateful night when Barry is struck by a bolt of lightning and doused in chemicals. When he wakes from a coma, he realizes he can run at incredible speeds. Can Barry master these powers and be the hero his city needs...or will the powers burn through him?
Collects The Flash #70-75
“Joshua Williamson’s writing is on-point.” -Nerdist
“Writer Joshua Williamson makes The Flash as accessible as possible to new readers.” -Comic Book Resources
Gorilla Grodd is dying from a disease that only the Speed Force can cure. Allied with Black Hole, Multiplex, Negative Flash and Raijin, Master of Lightning, Grodd comes to Central City to drain the energy from all of the speedsters!
In the back of Barry’s mind, Grodd is gnawing at his memories and scratching at scars, inflicting psychic wounds that may have lasting effects. All the Fastest Man Alive can think about is saving the city and freeing Iris West, who is finally beginning to trust Barry again.
When Barry loses his speed, it falls to both Wally Wests and the Flash of China to tackle Grodd and free the city’s citizenry. When that proves futile, Barry is willing to cross lines he has never crossed before to regain his speed, and turns to Godspeed for help. This pivotal chapter in the speed saga will leave all of the speedsters fundamentally changed, and relationships will never be the same again. Can they survive the fallout from Grodd’s desperate gambit?
Writer Joshua Williamson (Justice League vs. Suicide Squad) continues his smash-hit run on The Flash with art by Carmine Di Giandomenico, Carlos D’anda, Dan Panosian and Christian Duce. Collects The Flash #39-45.
Since 2014, JOSHUA WILLIAMSON and ANDREI BRESSAN's fantasy epic BIRTHRIGHT has enthralled readers, and now it is time for the Rhodes family to embark on one last thrilling adventure in this final volume.
Collects BIRTHRIGHT #46-50