The Flash Podcast Exclusive Interview: Bart Allen Creator Mark Waid Shares All His Impulse Secrets

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Bart Allen, a.k.a. Impulse, is on his way to the Arrowverse. The great Jordan Fisher is bringing him to life in The Flash season 7, during the 150th episode as the show hits another milestone. With another major iconic DC speedster coming, The Flash Podcast is proud to present an exclusive interview with Impulse’s co-creator and massive comic book legend, Mark Waid! In this interview, Andy Behbakht and Tatiana Hullender chat with Mr. Waid about creating Impulse back in 1994, and turning him into an indispensable member of the Flash Family. 

Throughout the interview, Waid talks about his time writing Bart, having written Flash books like The Life of The Flash, his passion for the TV show, and his hopes for Fisher’s take on Impulse in the Arrowverse. In addition to that, Waid gives his first live-reaction to Jordan Fisher’s Impulse costume, which you will definitely want to hear! Tune in as Andy and Tatiana chat with Waid about all things Bart Allen, The Flash, and so much more!

Waid’s Flash/Impulse: Runs in the Family is now available for purchase, so if you want to get to know Bart Allen before Fisher makes his debut on The Flash, be sure to order through Barnes & NoblecomiXology, or your local comic book store.

The Flash season 7 returns for its remaining episodes on Tuesday, June 8, at 8/7c on The CW!

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