The Razor: Quicksilver, a man called mercury

The Razor: Quicksilver, a man called mercury
Recently, a comic book slipped absent-mindedly in my hands which carried on the (silver) cover the image of a guy in a red jumpsuit running, surrounded by yellowish flashes. The cover in question was a variant cover linked to an epochal event in the history (editorial) of the Italian comic. Needless to go around, you will have already understood that the book was the Alfa - Blue Edition variant of Flash (art by the legendary Jacopo Camagni) and that the event I mentioned was the acquisition of the publication rights of the DC books by Panini Comics, which, therefore, will print in our country both the adventures labeled Casa delle Idee (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Hulk and partners) and that of the rival DC (Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and company).

Leafing through the first adventures of Flash, it occurred to me that it would not have been bad to talk about the other sprinters ... but about the competition (just not to be trivial: in using the razor you NEVER have to be!). So here are some lines of insight on the Marvel superheroes who threw sweat between the comic pages, with the risk (of course) of wetting the aforementioned pages and making them sticky ... damned sprinters, the nightmare of every collectors!

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