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If the Fastest Man Alive is going to capture Mob Rule, he must first tap into his new amped-up super brain to save the citizens of Central City from the EMP that has blacked out the city. Witness a spectacular sequence of out-of-control cars, trains and even airplanes that must be stopped from destroying the city!

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Stepped up my game 0

There is a lot going on this issue, so much so that I can reasonably say that not much more of anything could be fit in here.  There is Barry saving the plane from crashing, Iris in prison with the supervillains, Darwin being kidnapped, the city in darkness and Barry against the mob rule again.  While this makes for a fast paced issue, it also means that the execution is harder to pull off with the pace it needs to keep.  It is mostly successful at this but the overall effect is still somewhat j...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The Flash #3 0

I was relieved and very pleasantly surprised after reading The Flash #1. I knew it would look beautiful, because that is what Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato do, but when they also provided an interesting, and well written, story, I knew I was in for something special.Manapul and Buccellato introduced a new ability of Barry Allen's last issue that is very interesting and we got a glimpse as to how it works. At the start of this issue, they take one of the Flash's trademark abilities and use...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Devastation Looms On The Horizon 0

The Story: Flash pulls out all his moves as he saves an airplane full of innocent civilians after an EMP blacked out the city. Later on he tracks down a lead on Mob Rule.  My Thoughts:Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato make quite the dynamic creative team, at least when it comes to creating artwork. I haven't quite yet been sold on their writing abilities. Hopefully in time that will change. Sometimes I don't like their method of unraveling the story. They do provide plenty moments of fun and ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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