Flash #218

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Peter Snejbjerg Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 26, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Find out what drove Heat Wave to a life of fire and crime, and what's drawing him back in. James Jesse has a mission for Heat Wave: take down the killer Murmur and prove he still has what it takes to join the FBI.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 8, 2005

    Peter Snejbjerg has an interesting style that reminds me of a more polished version of Keith Giffen's art, and I have to say I actually found myself enjoying his work even more as I looked it over a second time for the purpose of this review, as I came to notice how much attention to detail there was on the page. I mean there's a cute little detail where we see the Rogues have taken over a tavern, and if one studies the image, we get to see how Captain Boomerang got himself the position of bar tender, or the idea that the Rogues trust Captain Cold to count out their profits. The art also does some nice work capturing the sheer insanity of the battle between Murmur and Heat Wave, as Murmur comes across as a pretty effective threat as lashes out at Heat Wave with his pair of knives, and there's a lovely scene where we see Heat Wave is caught up in the fire that he completely forgets about Murmur. The cover image is also one of Howard Porter's most impressive efforts. Read Full Review

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