The Flash #1

The Flash The Fastest Man Alive returns to his own monthly series from the writer artist team of Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato The Flash knows he can t be everywhere at once but what happens when he fac

  • Title: The Flash #1
  • Author: Francis Manapul Brian Buccellato
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Fastest Man Alive returns to his own monthly series from the writer artist team of Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato The Flash knows he can t be everywhere at once, but what happens when he faces an all new villain who really can As if that s not bad enough, this villain is a close friend

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      Published :2019-010-03T14:01:56+00:00

    2 thoughts on “The Flash #1

    1. Francis Manapul is a comic book artist living in Toronto, Canada currently working for DC comics His list of credits include the forthcoming Adventure Comics, and Superman Batman In the past he s worked on titles like Legion of Super Heroes, Iron and the Maiden, Necromancer, Sept Guerrieres, Tomb Raider, Darkness, G.I Joe and of course Witchblade.Photo by Luigi Novi.

    2. “My mom once told me that “life is locomotion… If you’re not moving, you’re not living. But there comes a time when you’ve got to stop running away from things… and you’ve got to start running towards something, you’ve got to forge ahead. Keep moving. Even if your path isn’t lit… trust that you’ll find your way.”

    3. My mom once told me that "life is locomotion If you're not moving, you're not living. But there comes a time when you've got to stop running away from things and you've got to start running towards something, you've got to forge ahead. Keep moving. Even if your path isn't lit trust that you'll find your way."

    4. This is confusing as hell. I mean dude I like flashback but not when it's adjacent to the present and whatnot. My eyes hurt.

    5. The best element of this comic? Its illustration.Intense and powerful, it successfully depicts Flash's speed and the various audiovisual stimuli he receives every single moment.The story? Quite promising! Due to the fact that nearly in each issue of the volume Flash faces different villains, we are introduced in various characters and since we don't get to know the turn of events immediately, we are full of unanswered questions and looking forward to their answer in the next issues!The reason I [...]

    6. This issue had plenty of things that give the series a solid start: a main character with personality and easy-to-follow action scenes and flashbacks. I also appreciated the panel layout when Barry Allen works in his apartment, running some tests and pacing and thinking. The dialogue feels natural enough and the supporting characters seem strong enough that I want to keep reading. As a bonus, there are several capable women in the story already, though I don't think this issue passes the Bechdel [...]

    7. 4.5 - I maintain that this is amongst the most perfect first issues of all time. It explains just enough about our hero, easily introduces a large amount of his cast, and places him into conflict, all without ever relying on heavy-handed exposition. Also: it's gorgeous.Full Review: crushingkrisis/2011/09/dc-

    8. Loved it!This book is epic! I can't wait to get the next book!! Flash is my favorite hero!! I recommend to everyone who wants to read more about Flash. It was very easy to read. I wish it was longer though

    9. While it starts out really strong - with some neat art concepts to denote the Flash's speed - the endless dithering about the nature of the "speed force" (never my favorite part of the Flash mythology) weighs down the second half of the collection.

    10. My nephew has my issues from 2010 so I decided to go ahead and read the issues from the new 52. The story is off to a promising start and I love the illustrations.

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