The Flash #33 makes the most of its Metal tie-in, bringing as much action and fear to The Flash as possible without losing Barry’s human touch.
The Flash #32 re-introduces us to Iron Heights and sets the scene for Barry Allen’s future dealings there while igniting plot points that will go off later.
The Flash #31 concludes Bloodwork and sets up the next arc of the series, which takes place at Iron Heights. It also happily brings the Wests back in.
The Flash #30 introduces us to a new villain named Bloodwork, providing him with an interesting backstory and a tenuous connection to Barry.
The Flash #29 is a slow and steady climb towards a new Big Bad that we have yet to meet, and an in-depth look at new powers Barry has yet to understand.
Negative Flash takes center stage in The Flash #28, as Barry tries to get control of his new powers. But a mysterious villain would rather he didn’t.
The Flash #27 is an emotional roller coaster ride that concludes the “Running Scared” arc with a heart-stopping battle and a heart-wrenching conversation.
The Flash #26 is a thrilling look at a possible future that shakes Barry to the core and establishes who his worst enemy really is.
THE FLASH #25 Writer: Joshua Williamson Pencillers: Carmine Di Giandomenico, Neil Googe and Ryan Sook Colorists: Ivan Plascencia, Hi-Fi & Dave McCaig Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 6/28/17 The long-awaited “Running Scared” arc is off to the races with The Flash #25, a packed introductory issue that stays true to the series’ 60+ year history while re-imagining elements. While […]
The Flash #24 waves goodbye to Hal and welcomes Reverse Flash in a terrifying chase through time. Can Barry stop Eobard before he destroys everything dear?