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Barry Allen is a hero. He protects the innocent and battles evil as the Flash - the world's fastest man. But this is not the world he knew. This is a world where Wonder Woman and Aquaman have plunged millions into the darkness of war...where the fastest man alive is just another man.
Publisher: New York, N.Y : DC Comics, c2011
ISBN: 9781401233372
Branch Call Number: / 741.5973 JOHNS
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Kubert, Andy


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Feb 28, 2014

This was an interesting alternate world story with MANY supplemental tales to help make sense of the entire universe created and destroyed in these five issues. As a standalone story, it's interesting. With all of the other chapters, it's EXTREMELY interesting and fun. As a near complete reboot of the DC Universe, I don't feel it was completely necessary.

May 29, 2013

Miss the old DC, but I guess they felt that they needed some change. Godd book though.

theorbys Jul 31, 2012

An altered past leads to an altered present and we see very different DC characters as they might have been. It's kind of fun to see a completely different Batman, who is still somewhat the same. But it's overcharged and a bit fatiguing too.

metalsox Mar 22, 2012

This book made me hate the self centered jerk bag the flash.

Mar 17, 2012

Yet another big event, this one centred on the Flash, who comes to in a world completely changed from what he knows and has to set it right. Glimpses of the (completely unneeded) post-reboot DC universe are seen in one of the last adventures of the pre-reboot DCU. It's a shame DC made the switch. Plus points to the book: good writing from Johns, terrific art by Kubert, and an unexpected moment of emotion from one character you'd never expect.


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