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#1084263 in Books 2005-08-01 2005-08-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 10.25 x .63 x 6.63l, #File Name: 1401207235240 pages | File size: 28.Mb Geoff Johns : The Flash Vol. 6: The Secret of Barry Allen before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Flash Vol. 6: The Secret of Barry Allen: 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. until I read it I actually liked the Flash (both Barry and Wally) then I read ...By Shayna McKinleyI have mixed feelings on this book; until I read it I actually liked the Flash (both Barry and Wally) then I read it and quickly discovered how much I hated Barry Allen! I originally picked up the Flash to read the previous adventures of the Pied Piper and Trickster (I started with Countdown to Final Crisis) and wound up falling in


love with the Rogues Gallery (Captain Cold, Mirror Master, Weather Wizard, Piper, Trickster, Heatwave, Captain Boomerang, The Top, Golden Glider). So when I realized that Barry Allen (one of the most self-righteous heroes I have ever seen besides Superman) had altered the mind of the Top I was beyond furious. Especially once I continued reading and found out that the Top had done the same thing to the remainder of the Rogues including my personal favorite, the Pied Piper. Thankfully Wally restored the Top's mind but only because Barry asked him to. Of course the Top's meddling led to Trickster joining the FBI and eventually stealing Captain Boomerang's body (something he would have never done as a member of the Rogues) and even led to Trickster's death and the Pied Piper blowing up a planet (Countdown to Final Crisis). So if you're a fan of Barry Allen and want to read about heroes that never make mistakes then this is not the book for you.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Book was kind of a mess, really.By Jared RameyThis graphic novel, although in fine condition when it arrived, was not in as fine a shape concerning the actual content. As a big fan of The Flash, I had high hopes for it due to the fact that Geoff Johns wrote it. But, the story was convoluted and a bit hard to follow. Its flow was really lacking and seemed contrived at times. It wasn't the best graphic novel I have read lately, and it wasn't the worst either. Its just... meh.5 of 5 people found the following review helpful. Must Have For Flash FansBy Eddie BrockThis graphic novel is fantastic. It realy opens up the world of Wally West. After the loss of his two children, thanks to Zoom, Linda leaves him and it drives him crazy. This is a must have for all Flash fans. It also ties in with Identity Crisis which is pretty cool. Trust me, if you love Wally West as The Flash, just pick this one up. I also reccomend, "Rouge War" and "Blitz" Here's the best way to read these stories in order.1. Blitz2. The Secret of Barry Allen3. Rouge War If you pick them up all at once, you'll have a good 500 page read ahead of you. And it will be sooooooooo worth it. When Wally West learns The Secret of Barry Allen, it turns out to be more than he wanted.After all, the main thing on his mind is why his wife, Linda, has left, apparently a repercussion of the Spectre's attempt to reestablish Wally's secret identity by wiping it from everyone's minds.That also causes problems with the Justice League, who are now wondering why they no longer know who their teammate is.And that's not even mentioning the rogues' gallery of villains plotting to bring the Flash down.The three-part title story involves a crossover with the famous Identity Crisis story line, and the moral/ethical dilemma surrounding what the League did to Doctor Light proves to be only part of the story.Collects Flash issues 207-211 and 213-217.--David Horiuchi .com When Wally West learns The Secret of Barry Allen, it turns out to be more than he wanted. After all, the main thing on his mind is why his wife, Linda, has left, apparently a repercussion of the Spectre's attempt to reestablish Wally's secret identity by wiping it from everyone's minds. That also causes problems with the Justice League, who are now wondering why they no longer know who their teammate is. And that's not even mentioning the rogues' gallery of villains plotting to bring the Flash down. The three-part title story involves a crossover with the famous Identity Crisis story line, and the moral/ethical dilemma surrounding what the League did to Doctor Light proves to be only part of the story. Collects Flash issues 207-211 and 213-217. --David HoriuchiFrom School Library JournalGrade 9 UpIn this 10-volume collection, Wally West is once more the fastest man alive. After his wife was attacked, he was granted a secret identity. No one, including West, remembered who the Flash was. Now his memory has returned, and he must learn to accept his very public role as a superhero, as well as the past actions of the previous Flash, his mentor Barry Allen. Illustrated with lively, bright colors and dramatic, splashy pages, this entertaining blend of tortured soulsearching and flippant superhero banter should please the many fans of the Justice League. Readers new to the Flashs recent adventures may catch up with an extensive Character Bios section as well as a brief blurb covering What Has Gone Before.Lisa Goldstein, Brooklyn Public Library, NY Copyright Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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