The Flash

The Flash

Volume 4, Reverse

Graphic Novel - 2014
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"A mysterious and powerful Speed-Force killer has left a trail of bodies in his wake and only Barry has the power to stop him. But when the killer stays one step ahead of him, Barry finds himself face to face with the Teen Titans and Kid Flash for the first time. All this will lead to a confrontation with the Flash's most deadly foe, The Reverse Flash!"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, [2014]
ISBN: 9781401247133
140124713X
9781401249496
Branch Call Number: TEEN MANAPUL
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm.
Alternative Title: Reverse

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white_wolf_322 Oct 07, 2016

This Reverse-Flash returns in the New Suicide Squad, where it progresses his character with interactions with other villains who can be considered monsters. (An issue was even titled Monsters.)

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sharonkadach
May 21, 2016

This was an exciting book, but quite sad. The reverse flash's backstory was so sad!!! I got a kick outta this version of Kid Flash, who was gruff and antisocial in a somewhat humorous way. I hope future volumes will reveal more about him though. The story had a good message of letting the hurts of the past define you (Iris) instead of letting it turn you into a monster (Reverse Flash).

mvkramer Jul 03, 2015

This volume was...ok. A little less fun than the last few I've read. No talking gorillas, and the central mystery and its resolution fall a bit flat in the end.

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Keogh
Feb 14, 2015

A rather different take on the Reverse Flash concept as a villain. Barry Allen (still a dull Flash no matter the reboot) finds himself dealing with a mystery and someone with similar powers striking out at others with the Speed Force. The answers as to who strike rather close to home.

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Davis_Meyer
Dec 13, 2014

Decent book, but I'm sad that they had to put time travel in it. It sorta spoils the aftermath of Flashpoint.

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Davis_Meyer
Dec 13, 2014

Davis_Meyer thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 99 and 12

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