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    Reviews - The Flash - #241

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Feels a bit nippy in here - cwojcik
This is my second Flash issue featuring the current Tom Peyer / Freddie Williams II creative team, and once again I'm impressed. This story flows very well and has been easy to follow without needing to have an encyclopedia of DC history on hand to enjoy the action. Three awesome things about this issue: 1. A truly menacing and intimidating Gorilla Grodd, 2. a clear progression in the West children's storyline, and 3. in a wise move, a loose end from 2007s All-Flash one-shot gets revisited. For the ladies, we get some nice shots of Wally West's nipple.

The art is stylish and clean, nothing too flashy (sorry) but it certainly gets the job done. I was happy with the various depictions of Iris, for example. Another great thing was the synopsis page bringing the reader up to date on the proceedings... Marvel does this all the time and I would like to see more DC books use it as well.

I was not happy at all about the treatment of Bart Allen and the way this book came to be, and I didn't like the West children at all when this book was launched. However, this book has hit all the marks the last two months and I'm glad I gave it chance. Overall: 8/10




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