You didn’t miss it did you? The Flash has finally premiered! Here’s what happened and what I thought about it.
Happy Wednesday! I only have one review for you today because my file this weekend at the comic shop was very small. So here we have The Flash #33 where Iris starts to take advantage of her friendship with Barry while he deals with a mass murderer lying in the police precinct.
Closing up the week with DC comics, this segment will focus on two of the Boy Scouts and their title comics. Following the Superman Doomed story line in Superman #31, I look over why the Doomed story line seems to work, and why Lois makes a great villain. Then, closing up the week with The Flash #31, where the Future Flash has come back to save lives, and take lives while Present Flash tries to keep up with his life and keep up with Wally West, the boy who refuses help.
Conclusion to the latest comics released this past week. Featured reviews will focus on The Flash Annual #3 that debuts the New 52 Wally West and begins his new troubled relationship with Barry Allen and the Flash while the story shifts between the past and the future. The second review centers on Green Lantern: New Guardians Annual #2 that finally brings up the consequences of Kyle’s actions of going behind the Source Wall and rewriting the equation for life.
Continuation of the latest comic book reviews. This piece features reviews on Red Lanterns #30 bringing Atrocitus and Guy in the same vicinity; The Flash #30 where the story splits into 2 with the Future Flash determined to kill himself in the past and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #12 that introduces a new Sorceress: Teela!
Continuation of the latest in comic reviews. This article features reviews on The Flash #29 that sums up the keystone killer mystery and adds more mystery to his mothers death; Superman #29 as he teams up with Starfire to teach evil a lesson and Supergirl #29, analyzing the lead into future stories and the future between Supergirl and the Silver Banshee.
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