The Flash: Terminal Velocity #1

    The Flash: Terminal Velocity » The Flash: Terminal Velocity #1 - TPB released by DC Comics on 1995.

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    The runaway best-selling storyline that propelled DC's Scarlet Speedster to new heights of excitement is now available in one sensational volume. THE FLASH: TERMINAL VELOCITY trade paperback reprints Wally West's most astounding adventure from issues #0 and #95-100, redefining the true nature of the Flash and super-speedsters throughout the DC Universe.

    As a result of the events in ZERO HOUR, Flash achieved the speed of light, and in so doing was flung headlong on an odyssey of self-rediscovery. He encountered, for the first time, the mysterious force on the Other Side of Light, a strange energy that in time would cause him to transcend all previous limits, transforming Wally West into the quintessential fusion of humanity and velocity.

    Written by fan-favorite writer Mark Waid (IMPULSE, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES, UNDERWORLD UNLEASHED), with the sensational art of Mike Wieringo, Salvador Larroca, Oscar Jiminez, Carlos Pacheco Jose Marzan Jr., and Sergio Borjas, TERMINAL VELOCITY is a fast-paced story driven as much by its well-developed characters and shocking revelations as it is by the explosive action in every chapter. Co-starring Impulse, Max Mercury, Johnny and Jesse Quick, and the Golden Age Flash, TERMINAL VELOCITY has everything you're looking for: a great story with great art, uniting DC's rich history with its current continuity. The collection also includes an introduction by Waid and editor Brian Augustyn, and a new cover by Wieringo and Marzan, Jr.


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    Así es, esperaba más. Es que había leído en varios lados el papel decisivo en la carrera de Wally West que ocupa esta historia. Sin embargo, no me pareció nada épica. A lo mejor estaba esperando demasiado o puede ser que los conceptos vertidos en el volumen (como la " Fuerza de la Velocidad") ya los conocía. El villano Kobra me pareció débil para la historia, sin presentar demasiada dificultad ni ser un auténtico desaf&iacut...

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