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Flash 1 (Paperback) (Mark Waid & Craig Boldman & Gerard Jones & William Messner-Loebs & Len Strazewski)

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In 1990, Mark Waid wrote his first Flash story. Under his keen pen, Wally West, who had already been running in the footsteps of the Flashes who came before him, matured into a Flash in his own right. Waid brought a depth of character to The Flash that changed him for good. As a child, Wally visits his Aunt Iris and her distinctly boring fiancé, the perpetually tardy Barry Allen. Things get interesting for Wally, first when he discovers that Barry and The Flash work together, and then when an accident in Barry’s lab gives him powers just like his hero’s! Young Wally is quickly in danger—not only from The Flash’s enemies, but from the side effects of his new powers! This first book in THE FLASH BY MARK WAID series collects THE FLASH #62-68, THE FLASH ANNUAL #4-5, THE FLASH SPECIAL #1 and THE FLASH TV SPECIAL #1.
Number of Pages: 368
Genre: Comics + Graphic Novels
Sub-Genre: Graphic Novels / Superheroes
Series Title: Flash
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Dc Comics
Author: Mark Waid & Craig Boldman & Gerard Jones & William Messner-Loebs & Len Strazewski
Language: English
Street Date: December 13, 2016
TCIN: 51402906
UPC: 9781401267353
Item Number (DPCI): 248-20-1445
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overall: 4 out of 5 stars, see all reviews

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Beginning stories of the Flash of a generation

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4 out of 5 stars
Nuts 4 months ago
In my humble opinion, Wallace (Wally) Rudolph West was and is the best Flash DC ever created.... and writer Mark Waid vied with writer Messner-Loeb for best Wally stories ever. Get this book. Yes, the artwork was from the late 1980's. Yes, it's paperback and not a hardback that DC Editorial graces...see moreof the reviewer's review
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