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#161987 in Books 2004-03-01 2004-03-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 10.25 x .38 x 6.63l, #File Name: 1401201954224 pages | File size: 52.Mb Geoff Johns : The Flash: Crossfire (Flash (DC Comics)) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Flash: Crossfire (Flash (DC Comics)): 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. AmazingBy YorickMann355I'm a Geoff Johns fan hands down. Anything he produces or writes I will buy. "Crossfire" has long been out of print and was not reprinted with the rest of the Johns Flash run which is strange. With the Omnibus out collecting his entire time on the book, DC is not going to
bother reprinting this great trade. The seller on this book did a great job keeping to trade packaged well and shipped out on time. Thanks guys!19 of 19 people found the following review helpful. Blockbuster funBy Vernon Clark MayoReprinting Flash: #183-191, Flash Secret FilesSo the rogues have this huge network, an underground society that arms crooks, buy, sell and trading goes on, and the flash never knew, now the crap hits the fan, it's outed, the rogues are gunning for him like never before, an army of crooks, but that's not all, there is an old villain named goldface who has reformed and now runs a union in town, but is he really on the up and up? what's his connection to the underground network and their evil leader?then the city across the bridge is infected by a living computer who plans to turn the world into his slaves, and caught in the middle? the flash can he save two cities, stop all hell from breaking loose on the world and save his wife and family?Johns does yet again a great job with the writing, even the little characters like the cops gets you on the edge of your seat and you might even say "hey give me more of the cops" when they switch back to the flash, and all the villains are fleshed out, even the union leader is great, so many characters, and you still love them all, and none are wasted, none are just props.if you love flash or just want a great story then get this, and the other geoff johns flash tradesFlash: blood will run #170-176, Flash Secret Files #3Flash: Rogue #177-182Flash: Blitz #192-200Flash: Ignition #201-2061 of 1 people found the following review helpful. Essential!By LunarSeahorseGoeff Johns does more amazing work with the Flash! One of the best long running comincs in a long time, and this volume doesn't disappoint on any level. The art is cool/fantastic, the Rogues are better than ever, and Wally West grows up. Get all the Volumes of the life of Wally West-Flash III, and you'll probably never think of comics as just comics again.
From BooklistGr. 9-12. The Flash is one of comic books' most durable heroes--or, more precisely, concepts--since the name Flash, as well as the ability to move at blinding speed, has been applied to three different characters since 1939. What the various incarnations share, in addition to swiftness, is a rogue's gallery of colorfully costumed supervillains. In this story arc from the monthly Flash comic, eight of those rogues have joined forces to take over Flash's town of Keystone City. As if that weren't enough, the Thinker, an artificial intelligence with a personality--a walking computer virus of sorts--is attempting to absorb the minds of the city's inhabitants, including Flash's. Writer Johns demonstrates his ability to reinvigorate the series' classic elements, although the nearly nonstop battling leaves almost no room for subplots. The artwork, mostly by Scott Kolins, is detailed and dynamic, with the fight scenes--the crux of this arc-particularly well choreographed. Teens will appreciate it as mainstream superhero fare, executed with complexity and flair. Gordon FlaggCopyright American Library Association. All rights reserved