Heroes in Crisis #8 & #9 exposit the truth behind the Sanctuary murders, then try to tie up as many loose ends as possible in a moving yet unsatisfying way.
Heroes In Crisis #6 & #7 meditate further on everyone’s mental state, most especially Wally, before pulling a rather startling reveal out of the bag.
The Flash #64 picks up where Batman left off, letting the two detectives team up while exploring their issues with one another.
Heroes in Crisis #5 shifts between introspective confessionals, invasive press conferences, and active investigations in to the murders.
Heroes in Crisis may be a little too weighed down by hanging plot threads, but King still excels at drawing the raw emotions out of his heroes.
The Flash #60 is an introspective look at Barry’s Force journey, introducing new characters with real-world ties.
Heroes in Crisis goes in swinging, featuring dark and gruesome content and a lot of punching. But amid all that, there’s some great introspection.
The Flash #57 wraps up the Rogues and Renegades arc while dealing with the Sage Force, and displays surprising sensitivity towards Mick while doing so.
The Flash #53 is full of puns, humor and difficult backstories as Barry and Commander Cold deal with their new partnership.
The Flash #52 deals with both the Speed Force and the Strength Force, and is helped along greatly by Christian Duce’s artwork.