|Title||:||the flash time flies|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
the flash time flies Reviews
AAAAAAHHHHHHHI hate seeing such wonderful artwork in a shit story. This is fake scientific speak just irritates me. But... that wonderful artwork - that's what I'll remember.
I love all the Seth Fisher work even if I have to run for it !!!!!
This flash comic was pretty good. I enjoyed the different art style. The story was interesting but nothing new. I enjoyed it but I was not blown away. Still fun to read for any fan of the Flash.
A classic "done in one" FLASH in the future story. Nothing special story wise, but the art is clean and detailed in the Geoff Darrow mold. An average, solid tale - hardly rated the deluxe format. There's a curmudgeonly part of me that keeps thinking we got this kind of Flash story on a monthly basis back when comics were actually created by and for readers instead of the decompressed story telling that drags on for years in the modern mold. So, high praise - this reads like a Silver or Bronze Age DC comic!
John Rozum is an ideas man (See Xombi et al). Unfortunately, this prestige format Flash story, is essentially an appeal to people to "slow down" with some nice art by the late Seth Fisher.I expected more. The Flash present in this story is Wally West, but it could have been Barry, Bart or Banana Man hiding under a Flash costume, as there was nothing really distinguisable about Rozum's Wally West.Still, I am always interested in his work.
Seth Fisher's artwork saves this title. I want to give it another star just for the artwork, but the story is so incomprehensible that it drags the book down.