"Oh, man, thanks for those links!I think the trial is indicative of the major problem with the CW superhero shows in general. They're singularly uninterested in how any part of the world that ISN'T superheroes works. It really is easier to…"
"I know this isn't Law & Order, and you all know how much I like District Attorney Cecile, and I am not a lawyer (nor do I play one on TV), but ...
Cecile rested her case without putting on a defense. When you do that, you are making a…"
"Right on both counts. And the Cecile Horton in the comics held a grudge against The Flash because he didn't stop Goldface from murdering her father. Not that she let this conflict of interest stop her from serving as The Flash's lawyer."
"Or question how Clifford deVoe got in Barry's apartment without his wheelchair?
Or challenged the ridiculous notion that Barry being late a lot indicates he's a murderer?
Or make a better case that the wife's lover could have done…"
Wow. The comics "Trial of The Flash" dragged on for two miserable years. The story was, The Flash was slated to die in the Crisis on Infinite Earth series, which necessarily meant canceling the title. So writer Cary Bates…"
"(And CK, in case you get a notification that your above post had been edited by a Mod, that was just dopey ol' me hitting "edit" on your post instead of "reply." I left everything as I found it, Scout's honor!)"
"From Entertainment Weekly's recap:
And then Barry receives a text, stands, and tells the judge that someone needs his help and he’s got to go. The judge blusters, but Cecile says there’s no law requiring Barry to be present for…"
""The Trial of The Flash" begins -- and ends(?) -- in this week's episode(!)
Wow. The comics "Trial of The Flash" dragged on for two miserable years. The story was, The Flash was slated to die in the Crisis on Infinite Earth…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.