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.
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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 #23 starts its new arc off with a thorough exploration of Barry’s fears, juxtaposed with a fun visit from his buddy Green Lantern.
The Flash #21 continues the Batman crossover and kicks things into high gear with a trip through time, which even brings Flashpoint into play.
The Flash #20 follows Iris West on her journey from crime reporter to black hole agent – all in the span of a single day. Will she uncover Barry’s secret?
THE FLASH #19 Writer: Joshua Williamson Pencillers: Jesus Merino & Carmine Di Giandomenico Inkers: Andy Owens & Carmine Di Giandomenico Colorist: Chris Sotomayor Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 3/22/17 The Flash and his trusty sidekick Kid Flash start issue #19 trapped by the Weaver’s webs alongside Captain Boomerang in the Australian outback. This predicament is certainly not helped by Boomerang’s attempts at negotiation, which […]
THE FLASH #18 Writer: Joshua Williamson Penciller: Jesus Merino Inker: Andy Owens Colorist: Chris Sotomayor Letterer: Steve Wands Release Date: 3/8/17 The Flash #18 starts off its latest arc by returning to the central theme of any good speedster story: family. Wally West’s happy memories of his uncle Daniel have since been shattered by the reality of his Reverse Flash […]