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ISBN:
1840239867
Author:
Scott Kolins,Geoff Johns
Category:
Graphic Novels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Titan Books Ltd (August 23, 2004)
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224 pages
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Book in the The Flash by Geoff Johns Series). From award-winning writer Geoff Johns, the Flash's latest adventure has him defending Keystone City from an invasion that succeeds in freeing Gorilla Grodd from his Iron Heights cell

Book in the The Flash by Geoff Johns Series). From award-winning writer Geoff Johns, the Flash's latest adventure has him defending Keystone City from an invasion that succeeds in freeing Gorilla Grodd from his Iron Heights cell. Meanwhile, profile Hunter Zoloman turns on the Flash and sets out to destroy the Scarlet Speedster's life.

Zoom's got some serious carnage in store for Flash as he can now move so quickly that he can operate without being seen. Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (August 1, 2004). Subcategory: Graphic Novels.

Geoff Johns did this incredibly well with his time on The Flash (and later/concurrently with Green Lantern and JSA) and it's been a treat re-reading these books, especially once you can see him setting up future events. I also really missed Bart.

1840239867 (ISBN13: 9781840239867). Geoff Johns did this incredibly well with his time on The Flash (and later/concurrently with Green Lantern and JSA) and it's been a treat re-reading these books, especially once you can see him setting up future events. I think shortly after this he officially became Kid Flash and, while he was still a great character, it was never as much fun as when he was Impulse.

Geoff Johns is Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment. The art is a bit of a mixed bag. Two artists; Angel Unzueta and Scott Kollins each handle roughly half the book with a third artist, Ethan Van Sciver doing the last story. He has written highly acclaimed stories starring Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Teen Titans and The Justice Society of America. Kollins' pencils look so out of place compared to the other two artists that it's really jarring at first. But once I started reading I forgot all about it and the art was fine.

In 2000, writer Geoff Johns took over THE FLASH and redefined a comic book icon for a new generation. The Flash by Geoff Johns Book Two Paperback – May 24, 2016. by Geoff Johns (Author), Scott Kolins (Illustrator).

Find nearly any book by Geoff Johns (page 8). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Justice League, Vol. 3: Throne of Atlantis (The New 52). by Geoff Johns. ISBN 9781401242404 (978-1-4012-4240-4) Hardcover, DC Comics, 2013. Find signed collectible books: 'Justice League, Vol. 3: Throne of Atlantis (The New 52)'.

by Geoff Johns · Scott Kolins · Doug Hazlewood · Rick Burchett · Justiniano · Dan Panosian · Walden Wong. A new trade paperback collecting THE FLASH written by TEEN TITANS and JSA's Geoff Johns!

by Geoff Johns · Scott Kolins · Doug Hazlewood · Rick Burchett · Justiniano · Dan Panosian · Walden Wong. A new trade paperback collecting THE FLASH written by TEEN TITANS and JSA's Geoff Johns! The Flash has opposed many costumed villains in his career, but when they team up under the control of a new criminal known as Blacksmith, things go from to. Avengers: Disassembled.

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Geoff Johns’s unforgettable run on THE FLASH begins when Wally West finds himself without super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City

Geoff Johns’s unforgettable run on THE FLASH begins when Wally West finds himself without super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City. Can a powerless Flash defeat Captain Cold and Mirror Master and save the city he loves? Plus, The Flash is shocked to learn that a strange cult is killing all the people he’s ever rescued. Collects THE FLASH and THE FLASH: IRON HEIGHTS Talent. Art by: José Marzán, J. Scott Kolins, Doug Hazlewood, Angel Unzueta, Ethan Van Sciver.

Sprinting into action comes a classic comics character: the Flash, a.k.a. Wally West, the fastest man alive! The relative calm of Wally's home town of Keystone City is shattered when his arch nemesis Zoom, a.k.a the Reverse Flash, is inexplicably back on the scene. Zoom's got some serious carnage in store for Flash as he can now move so quickly that he can operate without being seen...even by the Flash! As a member of the Justice League, the Flash also stars in the comics and smash-hit animated TV series, but in this new graphic novel from Titan, he gets to enjoy his own hypersonic, ultra-kinetic, action-packed stories!
  • Adoraris
I wasn't sure what to think, but I had read reviews that this was one of the best Flash story arcs. I hadn't ready any Wally west before this one, so I wasn't sure what to expect. It was great! The story covers a wide spectrum of content as well as characters. Being that it's now a newer story, it was was a little more expensive, but to me it was worth it.
  • Ubranzac
I've been a huge fan of The Flash since I was a kid. Geoff Johns writing of the Flash and his entire universe has been nothing short of spectacular. With BLITZ Johns manages to outdo himself!

This is a solid 8 issue printing of a storyline that sees one of Wally West's colleagues become a new version of one of the Flash's oldest villains...PROFESSOR ZOOM. The story is told with solid pacing, dialogue, plotting, and action. Johns writes characters that we want to care about and that we can sympathize with (even when we don't agree with their actions). In some of his earlier Flash TPB's there were a few too many asides for all the supporting cast. This time out Johns keeps it simple with Wally West and Zoom.

It's an exciting fast-paced read!
  • Auridora
This is Geoff Johns at what he does best.

The "Blitz" story alone created many new Flash fans with the introduction of Zoom. Hunter Zolomon, a friend of the Flash, angry by the lack of help from his friend takes matters into his own hands. An accident occurs and Zolomon believes it is up to him to make the Flash better by taking up the mantle of one of his greatest enemies, Professor Zoom.

The unique twists with how Zooms powers and mind works is fresh and innovative compared to many heroes and villians where most things have been done time and time again. The story has consequences to Wally West for not having a secret identity and reminds readers why it is important that most heroes do have one.

Geoff is not shy in removing the tired and tried formula of the foolish villian who is out to steal something and hopes to get away while hurting the hero. This story is written in the respect that people become villians for a reason and they have deep mental issues because of it.

Johns writting is well done as always. Along with creating Flash fans, this story arc created many Geoff Johns fans as well.
  • Kupidon
This is has got to be the best Flash story ever written!!! Geoff Johns knew what he was doing when he wrote this storyline. Under his guidance, "Blitz" would become one of the most important and historical storyline's ever for the Flash and is praised by many comic fans still to this day. And even if your new to the Flash and his history, then this is also the book for you since you basically get the history of Wally West (the current Flash), his wife Linda Park, Jay Garrick (the first Flash), and most of the Rogues to. We're also for the first time introduced to the Flash's arch-enemy and the most deadliest rogue of all: Zoom (literally "the Reserve Flash".) And there's even a guest appearance by two older character's all the fans will love.

Overall, if you are a Flash fan then is a MUST HAVE! Buy it as soon as you can! I recommend it more then even "The Flash Archives."
  • Mopimicr
There are two parts to this. An appropriate adjective for a whole bunch of super-simians? If you are the superhero on the end of an assault on a metahuman prison by a bunch of parachuting supergorillas, then the correct adjective is likely 'faecalload'.

In the second part of the trade, things get even worse, as the new Zoom turns up, wanting to make Wally a better hero. This usually involves violence and death and trying to outdo the Flash in speed. Not good.
  • Alsantrius
This is one of the grittiest Flash stories ever. It is filled with suspense, stunning violence and fabulous artwork. Without giving anything away It is a tale of vengeance, betrayal and tragedy, and should be on every comic book readers must read list. This isn't your father's Flash kids, and it firmly plants the character in the modern world where people die and tragedy haunts every hero's life. For maximum effect, it must be read in one sitting.
  • Manesenci
Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins go all out in their revival of my personal favorite Flash rouge Zoom, the reverse Flash.

If you've read previous volumes in the John?kolins run, you will see the threads they placed be pulled together in what has to be one of the best modern origins of a villian in sometime. But even if you've not read the previous stories, through Johns's deft storytelling ability, you can pick up this volume and not feel overwhelmed, or that you are missing too much of what came before.

This sory is intense and with out giving it away, the resurrection of Zoom will have lasting effects on the Flash and the people in his life from here on out.

I cannot recommend this title highly enough. Read up and good times will follow!!
Blitz is one of the two culminations of Johns run on this title. Once a background character, Hunter Zoloman becomes a whole new type of enemy as Zoom, Wally West's own Reverse Flash. The Reverse Flash that fought the second Flash (Barry Allen) was as ruthless and psychotic as they came, ruining Barry's life in many ways. Blitz has a new take on what appears to be an old character for a new audience. The conclusion to this volume is a big shocker, acting as a dramatic ending to the "Second Act" of Johns Flash and a great starter for the Third and Final act of his Flash. Great book to put a little extra cash towards, seeing as it is out of print and can only be found in the new, more expensive Omnibus. Seriously, get this trade!