Flash #191

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Scott Kolins Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 30, 2002 Critic Reviews: 2
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Hawkman guest-stars in this standalone issue! The Winged Wonder joins the Fastest Man Alive as they tackle the fairytale horrors of Brother Grimm! Trolls and dragons descend on Keystone City, and Hawkman and the Flash must trust one another long enough to rescue its citizens!

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Nov 2, 2002

    My advice? If you're looking for a serious Flash adventure, go elsewhere. If you want to kickback for a so bad it's good adventure, The Flash is what you seek. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 7, 2002

    I did find myself a bit disappointed that there wasn't a bit more of a personality clash between the Flash & Hawkman, as normally Carter Hall can be counted generate some tension with his "my way is the right way, so hop to it" approach to super-heroics. However, given Geoff Johns involvement with both characters, I guess he can be forgiven for not making either character look like the bad guy in this pairing. I was also a bit disappointed by the rather easily resolved nature of this issue's threat, and there's not really any moment in this issue where one gets the sense that our heroes are in any danger, though there is a brief moment when Linda's situation looks a bit precarious. In the end this issue is an entertaining standalone issue, with some fun moments, but overall the book could've been better. If nothing else Geoff Johns could've picked a stronger villain to toss at our heroes. The final page looks quite promising however. Read Full Review

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