The DC Universe continues to expand on digital platforms, where Kid Flash would arrive in a solo series
The expansion of the characters of the DC Universe is inevitable, and the Flash mythology continues to grow, to the extent that Kid Flash will have his own solo series.
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According to Giant Freakin Robot, DC Comics has given the green light to a series focused on Kid Flash, which would exclusively reach digital platforms.
Kid Flash will follow in the footsteps of Wally West, who debuted on the pages of The Flash # 110, and his passage, both as Kid Flash and with the Scarlet Sprinter mantle has written important pages in the history of DC Comics, and as an example the Rebirth stage, when he warned the different corners of the DC Universe what Dr. Manhattan had done.
For the CW series The Flash, actor Keiynan Lonsdale as the interpreter of Wally West, while Jordan Fisher played the role of Bart Allen, who adopted the alias Impulse.
The report does not detail whether this new project will be part of the CWverse, or whether it will be related to the film The Flash, which will be released in November 2022.
The Kid Flash series joins the projects that DC Comics develops for digital platforms, such as Peacemaker, Gotham City Police Department, The Penguin, and Green Lantern.
While films like Static Shick, Batgirl and Black Canary are already in development. It is unknown if Wally West will be present in these productions.
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Source: Giant Freakin Robot
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