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Spinning directly out of the epic events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1, the Fastest Man Alive finds himself at the center of a DC Universe at a crossroads.

WARNING: Do NOT read this issue until after you read DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1!

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RegRegular CoverKarl Kerschl1
VarVariant CoverJason Pearson3
2ndSecond Printing CoverKarl Kerschl2
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Zippy Reviews #1: A Fresh New Start for the Fastest Man Alive! 0

The issue opens with Barry in a crime scene of a murdered woman. The crime reminded Barry of his mother's untimely demise caused by Professor Zoom who is now imprisoned in Iron Heights. The Speed Force then shows Barry visions about him killing Zoom and an unknown speedster (Godspeed) who seems to be threatening the Flash.The next day Barry visits his father Barry Allen to discuss about the similarities between his mother's death and the recent case Barry's working on and his strange visions co...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

The Flash Rebirth #1 Review! 0

Joshua Williamson was an up and coming comic writer that was just killing it with created own comics such as Nailbiter and Birthright, but now he's here to tackle one of DC's flagship heroes: The Flash (Barry Allen). Picking up right before Rebirth, this special issue gives you a quick update on who this character is, where he is in his life, and then everything is flipped around as the events of Rebirth converge into this issue, and then gives you a taste for what's to come later in this title...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

DC Universe Rebirth 1.5 0

We follow Barry (it seems we cant no longer just say Flash) through the previous moments before Wally came back, then we are treated to an extended conversation betewen them concerning the mysterious return of Wally and its implications until moments later they take their separate ways, and finally, we get a little follow up with Batman and the smiley face buttonThis felt like a direct tie-in to the Rebirth issue and was handled very well; before reading it I thought the art looked rough but as ...

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