Flash #205

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Alberto Dose, Howard Porter Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 31, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Flash wants to bring the murderer to justice, but a visit from the new Rogue Profiler for the K.C.P.D. is anything but pleasant for Wally West.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 5, 2004

    Batman is a character who would be obsessive enough that he would be first in line when it comes to uncovering the backdoor to the Spectre's mind-wipe, though in the end I found myself wondering why Batman even needed Wally to come with him to open the minds of his fellow heroes, as it seems to me he has the information one would need to do this himself. Still, I wouldn't wanted to be cheated out of the tension that is sure to come about from Wally's encounters with his former trusted allies, as he knows all of their secrets while he's a complete mystery to them. In fact Geoff Johns could have a lot of fun with the idea of trust, and the idea of whether it exists if Wally is reluctant to give up the advantage that he currently holds over everyone in the DCU. This issue also offers up a somewhat surprising reveal in the final pages of this issue as we learn the identity of the new Mr. Element, and we see a member of the newly formed supporting cast looks to be in a bit of trouble, when Read Full Review

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