Flash #238

Writer: Tom Peyer Artist: Freddie E. Williams III Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: March 19, 2008 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
4.0Critic Rating
2.5User Rating

The Flash is pulled into an intense moral dilemma about superpowers--and Keystone is plagued by a menace that's using familiar mind-bending tactics.

  • 4.9
    IGN - Richard George Mar 19, 2008

    Overall, despite a silly plot and some poor character choices, Peter and Williams don't stumble too much. This is a solid creative team; their styles fit well together. However the core of this series is still critically flawed. Incredibles and Fantastic Four did this already, and have that formula nailed. Flash is having to stretch too much to be different, and where it is different, it fails. It's odd to be somewhat upbeat in this review and still completely dislike an issue, but that's where I'm at. This reads well, but things are a mess beneath that shiny exterior. You're seriously better off checking out what Millar and Hitch are doing. Read Full Review

  • 3.0
    Comic Book Resources - Timothy Callahan Mar 20, 2008

    The only reason I'm even giving this issue one and half stars is because Freddie E. Williams III is a competent superhero artist. The story, with its wildly inconsistent tone and faux-relevance, would warrant a zero. Read Full Review

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