The Flash #50 brings Flash War to a speedy conclusion while also opening plenty of doors for Barry and Wally to run through next.
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The Flash #47 lays the groundwork for the Flash War while hitting the theme of family pretty hard, with meaningful moments for Iris, Barry and both Wallys.
The first Flash Annual of the post-Rebirth era plants the seeds for Flash War, first by peeking into Wally West’s life since his return and by exploring the tension between him and Barry.
The Flash #38 is all about second chances, and it succeeds in showing that with Barry Allen and August Heart’s story while still having fun with the Rogues.
The Flash #37 intertwines Barry’s work life with his superhero life, creating a mystery he must solve as both CSI Allen and the Flash.
The Flash #36 reintroduces the Rogues as a mysterious murder takes place in Iron Heights. But how can Barry solve it with so much against him?
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 #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.