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Flash: Time Flies #1

Writer: John Rozum Artist: Seth Fisher Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 22, 2002

    As I mentioned above this would've been a great Silver Age Flash (Barry Allen) adventure, but I understand why DC would balk at handing over one of their prestige one-shots to a character who has been dead & largely out of the spotlight for over fifteen years. As it stands this was a delightfully odd romp with some high concept science-fiction ideas on display, and a fairly entertaining battle between two speedster to keep Flash fans happy. Now I must admit I found the ending a bit confusing in how the man's death instantly reset everything back the way it was before the accident. However, his death did make for a nice finishing note, so I'll let this one slide. In the end this one-shot is likely to be enjoyed by readers who like their stories with an overabundance of weird ideas, as this issue is littered with interesting bits, from Wally's amusing comments on the cosmic treadmill's silly sounding name, to the fairly engaging debate between Wally & the pilot on why he shouldn't contin Read Full Review

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