The Flash

The Flash

Volume 7, Savage World

Graphic Novel - 2016
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A Tale of Two Flashes!

Traveling from 20 years hence, a future version of Barry Allen has managed to seal a rupture in the Speed Force, the very preternatural force from which his powers flow. But though time and space are safe once again, there are unforeseen consequences to his actions. While Future Flash remains in the present day, his bewildered counterpart is pulled through the rift, becoming trapped in the Speed Force itself!

Assuming the life he had already lived, the future Barry sets out to fix the mistakes he made the first time around. Experiencing all those failures has changed him, however, twisting him into a Flash that's far more violent...and deadly! This Future Flash is guided by a warped view of justice, one that would see those who take a life repaid in kind.

The Flash's life is about to be completely upended as the all-star team of writers VAN JENSEN (GREEN LANTERN CORPS) and ROBERT VENDITTI (GREEN LANTERN), and artist BRETT BOOTH (NIGHTWING) present THE FLASH VOL. 7: SAVAGE WORLD, collecting THE FLASH #36-40 and SECRET ORIGINS #7.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics, [2016]
ISBN: 9781401263652
Branch Call Number: FLASH
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Uniform Title: Savage world


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Oct 14, 2016

Barry Allen is a man out of time- in more than one way- in this collection that features the present day Flash stuck out of his usual time and in the heart of the speed force, while a Barry Allen from the possible future has come along and tried to rectify things that went wrong- through any means possible. The resulting story works well.


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