Flash #235

Writer: John Rogers, Mark Waid Artist: Doug Braithwaite, Freddie E. Williams II Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 26, 2007 Critic Reviews: 2
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Even getting a WMD built in five minutes won't stop an alien invasion, so what's the Flash's next trick? "The Wild Wests" part 5. Plus, the backup feature reveals Wally West's first visit to the world known as Planet Flash!

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jan 1, 2008

    I still absolutely love the new direction for Wally West. While it does bring up some concerns for how it will play out in the long run, Mark Waid is more than capable of handling Flash, specifically Wally West and I really believe we will see more of Wallys light hearted personality with his kids. This new, fresh and creative take on the life of Wally West has definitely been a step in the right direction and I hope to see Wally featured more prominently in the DC Universe as he continues to mature in his new role. Read Full Review

  • 5.6
    IGN - Dan Phillips Dec 26, 2007

    And then there's this arc's goofy, B-movie villains, sea creatures that remain exceedingly ridiculous despite being fleshed out in this issue's backup feature, the third short installment of Waid and John Rogers' tale of the many Flashs' encounters with an alien planet over the years. I admire Waid and Rogers' risky decision to build up and develop an antagonist in such an unusual manner -after the fact, in a seemingly unrelated series of backups - but giving these villainous creatures depth before hand would have made previous installments far more interesting. Read Full Review

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