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The Fastest Man Alive learns he can make his brain function even faster than before – but as much as it helps him, it also comes with a steep price. Plus: The mystery behind Barry Allen's friend Manuel Lago deepens as Barry investigates his kidnapping at the hands of Mob Rule!

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One of the most interesting books out there. 0

I love this issue, it's probably one of my favourite comic books that i've ever read, but that wasn't true until I picked it up for a second time through. What happens in this issue that I find really incredible is that there's a part that's very confusing to understand at first, and takes some time to just figure out what is happening. There IS a reason for all of that confusion. I think it's meant to show how Flash's new power is working. It takes a while to understand the puzzle were given in...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Brain Flash 0

The Good: Manapul and Buccellato REALLY know how to do flow and panel layouts in individual scenes. The layouts in The Flash are some of the best, and everything is incredibly fitting to give the sense of 'speed.' But its when Flash activates his new power that things are really kicked into high gear. We actually being to understand how The Flash's brain works in super speed. It's as subtle and fantastic as Waid's Daredevil, but in its own way. The use of color wash in flashbacks is extremely ef...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Corroboration 0

This was a very interesting issue for me and although certain parts asked for a bit too much suspension of disbelief, the end result was quite good.  There are basically three main things happening in this issue.  The first and maybe the least important but most important long term is the flirtatious relationship between Barry and Iris.  This is one of the most well established comic book romances and presumably the writers will take it in that direction again eventually, so it is nice to see th...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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