Flash #208

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Howard Porter Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 31, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Wally West takes a tour of the new Flash Museum as the Flash "family" forces itself back into our hero's life.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 7, 2004

    The final page of this issue looks quite exciting, and it's great to see Bart and Jay making an appearance in this issue, as I'd like to see the other speedsters in the DCU playing a larger role in this title, as their presence manages to project a sense of history, that is also nicely reflected by the return of the Flash Museum. There's also some fun little moments in this issue like Bart's excitement that he's doesn't have to go to school tomorrow because his school was stepped on by a giant, and I also welcome the addition of a subplot that involves the original Trickster, as it would appear Wally is under surveillance by the FBI. The issue also opens with a quick tour of Iron Heights as we get a look at its new status quo, and I have to say the place continues to be one of the more engaging locals in the pages of this series. In fact in my book it rivals Arkham Asylum for the most interesting prison facility in comics. However, this issue's battle with the Rogues was a bit flat lar Read Full Review

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