The Flash #16 steps up the Rogues arc and showcases both Barry’s intelligence and his opponents’ cunning. A fun read that sets up the climax well.
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The Flash #14 brings the Rogues back into Barry’s orbit, with a fun cameo from Hartley Rathaway and a few tricks up Captain Cold’s sleeve.
THE FLASH #13 Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Neil Googe Colorist: Ivan Plascencia Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 12/28/16 The Flash #13 is a standalone story that gamely gets into the holiday spirit, focusing more on family dynamics than the villain of the week for once. And this time even the villain gets some family dynamics to worry about! The story starts with […]
THE FLASH #12 Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Davide Gianfelice Colorist: Ivan Plascencia & Chris Sotomayor Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 12/14/16 The Shadowlands conflict in this week’s Flash was resolved much more quickly than expected, but it was an enjoyable means to a wonderful end. At its core, the story of The Flash has always been a hopeful one the about importance of […]
THE FLASH #11 Writer: Joshua Williamson Artist: Davide Gianfelice Colorist: Ivan Plascencia Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 11/23/16 The Flash delivered one of its best issues this week, giving readers an in-depth look at The Shade and further exploring the dynamic between Barry and the West family. Even though Wally is out of commission for most of it, there is a good deal […]
THE FLASH #9 Writer: Joshua Williamson Penciller: Jorge Corona Colorist: Ivan Plascencia Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 10/26/16 “Kid Flash of Two Worlds” acts as a breather before the next arc of the narrative, and it’s a delightful one at that. This issue of The Flash capitalized on the theme of family that has underscored Joshua Williamson’s run thus far, even if it […]
THE FLASH #7 Writer: Joshua Williamson Penciller: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colorist: Ivan Plascencia Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 9/28/16 After discovering that the terrifying new villain in town is actually his best friend August, Barry needs to take time to put himself back together before facing Godspeed again. Much like Barry himself needs to recuperate, this issue of The Flash is more […]