In continuation with The CW’s The Flash, Titan Books has published Cisco Ramon’s Journal for S.T.A.R. Laboratories. In these confidential journal entries, we find information on the villains, heroes, and Multiverse characters that inhabit The Flash TV series.
Featured in S.T.A.R. Labs: Cisco Ramon’s Journal, are numerous characters that we’ve seen throughout the series on The CW. Among some include Hawkgirl, Deathbolt, Green Arrow, Black Siren, and Captain Cold.
When opening the book, a definition for both hero and metahuman are provided; showing the clear differences.
“A person who is admired for their courage, outstanding achivements or noble qualities.
Synonyms: brave man, champion, man of courage, great man, man of the hour, conquering hero, lionheart, warrior, knight, etc.”
“A class of individuals that possess extraordinary powers, traits, and abilities through either accidents, foreign exposure, or a unique genetic composition, making them considerably more powerful than regular humans.”
The book is broken up into fantastic sections including:
Layout of Book
To show some really cool parts of the journal, we have selected specific images that show how the book is set up, and how it clearly resembles Cisco Ramon’s style and note-taking abilities.
Throughout the journal we come across Ramon’s inner thoughts, notes to self, and interactions with the heroes, villains, and alternate realities that embody The Flash. Without spoiling every single character and inner thought to Ramon, know that Cisco Ramon’s Journal is in-depth and has tons of information for fans of The CW’s The Flash. Because Ramon is a metahuman and engineering genius for S.T.A.R. Labs, he has privy information that outsiders from Team Flash don’t necessarily know about; and it’s all revealed in the journal he’s been keeping.
While I’m not personally a huge fan of The Flash or the many other CW shows, this compilation by Titan Books brings together all the small aspects of the series into one big book. We all know Ramon has been one of the main characters as part of Team Flash, and by having his journal available to fans they can see his inner thoughts, note taking, and experiences. Not only are his notes dated, they go back as far as 2014 when the series began.
If you’re a true fan of The Flash, and want to get your hands on Cisco Ramon’s Journal, you can grab it exclusively through Titan Books. Their website will automatically direct you to the proper distributor for your region.