Roger Peterson comic
A Flash who can't walk -- much less run -- must face an incredible threat in an incredible Elseworlds miniseries! Once he was the Flash, the Fastest Man Alive. Now, crippled from the neck down by the bullet that would have killed President Kennedy, the wheelchair-bound Barry Allen's mind is the only thing capable of incredible speed. But will that be enough to foil the plans of the immortal villain Vandal Savage who plans to use a mysterious artifact to gain access to the power of the Speed Force?
This all-new adventure has Indy in the middle of an archeological dig during the World War II German invasion of Greece where he stumbles across an ancient order of mystics who are seeking the fabled Fleece once used by Jason to bring power and prosperity to an empire. When things begin to get dicey, Jones is rescued by Omphale, the strong-willed daughter of a Greek cargo pilot, and by the time Indy figures out what's going on, he's got the Turkish secret police, the ancient sect, and the entire German army out to get him and his findings! This action adventure gives our hero one of the most harrowing experiences of his life as he is forced to attempt his escape on... a bicycle!? The plane ride to Istanbul has got to be easier than this!
Seen through the eyes of his beguilingly amoral companion, this seductive psychological drama explores the turbulent life of Leonardo da Vinci in shockingly intimate detail.
Where have the real heroes gone? The world has been overrun with brooding antiheroes, sociopathic urban vigilantes and amoral existentialists! How could a confused culture take comfort...if not for the FIGHTING AMERICAN? The Fighting American - the classic American hero of the 1950s created by the legendary team of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby - is back in action in a slightly skewed tightrope thriller of sky-high adventure. Created to battle a Red Menace that no longer exists, the Fighting American takes on the bewilderingly different social and political threats of today. Battling whatever bizarre menaces crop up, the Fighting American tackles characters like the Media Circus, the pug-ugly Gross National Product and the deficit-spending Def Izzit...threats masterminded by the diabolical masters of the non sequitur, the Free Association. In the mid-1980s, Johnny Flagg was one of the most vocal foes of the Red Menace. Every day, he stood on the front lines of the media blitz battling Communist cadres with his muckraking daytime television talk show, Flagg Waving. Then, Johnny was gunned down by the minions of the evil Ivan "Poison" Brotski, leaving Johnny's frail and timid brother, Nelson, to carry on the fight.