DC has posted the second half of their interview with Geoff Johns about the Flash. This time he talks more about the new series (though most of it is “wait and see”), working with Francis Manapul, why The Flash (and Barry Allen specifically) represents hope, and one of the themes he wants to explore in the book:
There’s an exploration of speed and what it does to us today, how we can succumb to it or be seduced by it. What do we have time for in our “busy” lives? Are we really too busy we have to send text messages instead of calling someone? Or is it easier to keep in touch with our loved ones that way? Do we need more hours in the day or do we need to stop overfilling up the hours we have? What is speed? What is time? What does it all mean to us in our lives day-to-day and year-to-year?