Blackest Night: The Flash #3

    Blackest Night: The Flash » Blackest Night: The Flash #3 - Part 3 released by DC Comics on April 2010.

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    Part 3 last edited by pikahyper on 06/05/19 05:02AM View full history

    It's a case of the chicken-or-the-egg as Barry Allen takes on the Black Lantern Reverse-Flash and seeks answers to the very nature of Professor Zoom's impending resurrection. Plus, the Rogues witness an act so horrifying that it changes one of their own forever.


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    How it should be done 0

    Blackest Night Tie-ins have been a little lacking in some areas Some ended really weird while started off strong and the other way around. What was completely different about this tie-in series is that it was written by the guy who's in charge of the event, Geoff Johns. This is what the other tie-ins tried to be.  They lacked that Geoff Johns spark of continuity and overall storytelling. The issue starts with the Son of Captain Boomerang luring some guy (sorry I haven't caught up on my Flash cha...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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    A wonderful finish to this series begins with a display of how far Owen Mercer has gone to ressurect his father, unfortunatley the Rogues don't approve of his methods and Captain Cold dispenses some "Cold" justice.   The relationship between Barry and Bart is explored in greater detail in this issue, revealing how little they know about each other.   Unfortunatley as a 90s kid, I have always found it hard to identify with Barry Allen's Flash, I grew up with Wally and I was dissapointed to see hi...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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