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At the “Finish Line” Review of THE FLASH 762

Joshua Williamson concludes one of the most consequential runs on this title that I’ve seen in my 50+ years of reading THE FLASH. There is an almost “Whatever Happened to the Man of Steel” feel to parts of this (think the last Silver Age Superman story by Alan Moore). And, it gives us a perfect ending…and beginning to hand off the baton to the next creative team. It’s the final battle with the Reverse-Flash. Will Barry repeat what he did just before COIE and kill his greatest enemy? Will Barry survive the fight? Or, will he be lost in the Speed Force for all time? Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!


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“Finish Line” Part Three – Review of THE FLASH #761

I’ve just about run out of superlatives for this arc. One his way out of a 100+ issue run on THE FLASH, writer Joshua Williamson keeps upping the ante. If you think he threw everything but the kitchen sink at this story…hold on to your hats because it gets even grander in scale here! This story arc gives us everything any Flash fan of any era has ever loved about their favorite speedster(s). Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!


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“Finish Line” Part Two – Review of THE FLASH #760

“Finish Line” is quickly turning into one of the greatest arcs in the history of the title – and that’s a Flash Fact! Writer Joshua Williamson continues to throw everything except the kitchen sink into the storyline – and somehow does it without muddling up the flow of the tale. If you are a Flash fan of any era…and I mean ANY era…you’ll find plenty to cheer for in this arc. Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!

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“Finish Line” Part 1 – Review of THE FLASH #759

Buckle up, folks, we are in for the ride of our lives! As for Barry Allen, he is in a battleĀ for his life, as Eobard Thawne has taken over…everything. This arc looks to take everything writer Joshua Williamson has given us during his run on the THE FLASH and dials it up to eleven. This is the Flash mythos on overdrive. And, if you think I am geeking out too much…nope, haven’t even gotten started on telling you about this issue yet! Wanna know more? Follow us after the jump!


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