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The Flash By Geoff Johns Book One

The Flash By Geoff Johns Book One The first in a series of paperback books that collect all of the best selling issues of THE FLASH written by best selling writer and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics Geoff Johns Wally West finds h

  • Title: The Flash By Geoff Johns Book One
  • Author: Geoff Johns Scott Kolins Ángel Unzueta Brian Bolland
  • ISBN: 9781401258733
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first in a series of paperback books that collect all of the best selling issues of THE FLASH written by best selling writer and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics, Geoff Johns Wally West finds himself without his super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City Can a powerless Flash defeat Captain Cold and Mirror Master to save the city he loves Plus, the FThe first in a series of paperback books that collect all of the best selling issues of THE FLASH written by best selling writer and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics, Geoff Johns Wally West finds himself without his super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City Can a powerless Flash defeat Captain Cold and Mirror Master to save the city he loves Plus, the Flash is shocked to learn that a strange cult is killing all the people he has ever rescued Featuring art by fan favorites Ethan Van Sciver, Scott Kolins and Collects The Flash 164 176, The Flash Iron Heights 1, The flash secret Files 3, The Flash Or Worlds at War 1.

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    1. I was a bit worried. The first major arc in this title is just okay. So I was wondering if this was worth my time and money. Luckily the second half made it very much so. We start off with a plot where Flash is thrown into a mirror like world. Things are similar but not the same. He is considered a criminal and he lost his speed. I never understood why this seems to be a big thing people like to do. The whole fun part of Flash is his speed. Take that away the fights are dull. However second half [...]

    2. As a big Geoff John's fan I knew I would like this one. And thankfully I wasn't let down. Before now the only Flash stories I've read were Rebirth and Flashpoint, both of which revolve around Barry. So this was my first real exposure to Wally West. I had no idea that he didn't have a secret identity? That definitely put a different spin on the superhero thing, since all the villains can just look him up in the phone book! It was cool to see a hero that was able to maintain a semi normal life as [...]

    3. 3,5 tähteä. Ei aivan yllä Flashpointin tasolle, mutta oli silti kiintoisaa luettavaa. Pidin erityisen paljon kirjan aloittavasta Wonderland-tarina-arkista, joka on Johnsin ensimmäinen Flash-sarjakuva. Onneksi olen lukenut Liisan seikkailut aikaisemmin, joten tajusin viittaukset.

    4. Que Geoff Johns es uno de mis autores favoritos no será un secreto para nadie que vea mi lista de lecturas en tomos de cómics: Green Lantern de Geoff Johns, JSA de Geoff Johns y ahora, Flash de Geoff Johns. Y es que los tomos que ECC está trayendo con los recopilatorios de este autor hacen que sea una gozada hacer estas colecciones. Geoff Johns llegó a Flash con un encargo difícil: suceder a uno de los autores más reseñables de la historia del Velocista Escarlata, Mark Waid ni más ni men [...]

    5. Reprints The Flash (2) #164-176 and The Flash: Iron Heights (September 2000-September 2001). The Flash finds himself in another world where he isn’t a hero and his only hope could be Captain Cold! Plus, the Flash takes on a villain named Cicada who could undo all the good that the Flash has ever done. Linda and Wally find their lives turned upside down once again when a baby shows up that could be tied to Wally’s past and a mystery is surfacing in Iron Heights that could lead to a deadly out [...]

    6. An intriguing set of stories that subtly build off one another, even though each is presented as a distinct "arc." The exploration of the Rogues, the sneaky mysteries that are embedded but never feel forced's all a fantastic package of Flash stories that do not rely as much on the Speed Force as a trope. Indeed, I love the slight nods to Silver Age Flash stories, such as the inclusion of science "facts" and moments in many stories, despite Wally's lack of science training that drove these inclus [...]

    7. Geoff Johns takes the Flash and updates him and his Rogues for the modern comics era. More violence, higher stakes, etc. But the nice thing about Johns is that he really can tell a good story, and he has a good sense of character. (For the most part -- there were a few times that I shook my head, but overall he does a good job.)Solid superhero comics.

    8. I'm a huge fan of Geoff Johns. I had the feeling that he hadn't started to get into his groove. I could see his future potential though. Nothing great, but an enjoyable read.

    9. 4,75 ? Une très bonne lecture ! Le dessin est super sympa, très coloré, et les histoires aussi. J'ai hâte de lire la suite et surtout que DC ré-édite la suite et la fin de la série comme ils ont commencé à le faire ^^

    10. Full disclosure, I love this author. I also love the Flash (well Barry specifically, but really I'm partial to any of the speedsters). This was my first experience of Wally without Barry. Character wise, they are pretty similar so it wasn't that big of a deal. I really liked how the Rogues (i.e Cold) played out in this one. The whole hero/anti-hero trade off was especially interesting. I want to read book two!

    11. The opening arc was nothing great. I think Johns could have made a lot more of 'mirror projection Barry' or whatever he was, but nothing was done with it. As soon as the second arc began with Scott Kolins as penciller, the game seemed to change--the artwork and the colors are brilliant. I do think a lot more could have been explored with Magenta and Wally's past with her. The concluding story about Iron Heights was a great wrap up and (I assume) segue into the next installment.

    12. I didn't love this volume & I can't put my finger on why. It might be the short stories with the Rogues that I did't love, or how this is my first time reading a Wally story and there isn't much to his character (let alone development), or maybe it was the art which was just OKEither way, I worked my way through this volume, but parts of it did feel like work.

    13. One of the all time best runs on the Flash, Johns gets the character like few others (Mark Waid being the only real notable exception). The at is solid throughout this volume but really goes to the next level when Scott Kolins takes over. Even though this run is focused on Wally and not Barry, fans of the current Flash show should not hesitate to check this out.

    14. this is my first time reading any Flash. I like the villains but all the explanations by the Flash of what he's doing and how he is saving everything are right out of a bad movie script.Isn't that rule #1? Show it, don't say it.

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