The practice of Illusion
Peyer and Williams do it again. A fine issue that delves deep in order to discover the fears of the Flash. I love that Grodd is the proponent of Wally's fear. However, the main issue here is the aging of Iris West, who apparently is super-effected by here indwelt speed abilities to age really fast. Thus, A day in the life (the entire life of Iris). The major theme so far is that of fear: Wally's fear. How is Wally going to provide life for his family? First comes the basic surface expression of needing money, which leads to the first conflict. But now fear is manifesting in that which Wally can't stop: his kids' aging process, and losing his life with his children.