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Wally West is back! The fan-favorite character has returned to the role of the Fastest Man Alive and is leaping through time on a quest to return him to glory! Wally West is ready to call it quits. After a tumultuous and traumatic few years from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash is ready to walk, not run, away from th Wally West is back! The fan-favorite character has returned to the role of the Fastest Man Alive and is leaping through time on a quest to return him to glory! Wally West is ready to call it quits. After a tumultuous and traumatic few years from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash is ready to walk, not run, away from the super-hero life--but Barry Allen needs his former partner now more than ever. What happen next, though, is unexpected--a journey through time that sees Wally leaping from the bodies of fellow speedsters, on a mission from World War II to the far future to restore his former glory! This is the Flash story fans have been waiting for--with Wally back in the title role for the first time in 15 years! Along with the Wally West story written by Jeremy Adams and illustrated by artists including Brandon Peterson, this collection includes adventures written by Kevin Shinick and illustrated by artists including Clayton Henry, pitting Barry Allen against the Trickster and Dr. Alchemy! This volume collects The Flash #763-771, The Flash 2021 Annual #1 and Justice League: Endless Winter #1.


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Wally West is back! The fan-favorite character has returned to the role of the Fastest Man Alive and is leaping through time on a quest to return him to glory! Wally West is ready to call it quits. After a tumultuous and traumatic few years from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash is ready to walk, not run, away from th Wally West is back! The fan-favorite character has returned to the role of the Fastest Man Alive and is leaping through time on a quest to return him to glory! Wally West is ready to call it quits. After a tumultuous and traumatic few years from DC Universe: Rebirth to Heroes in Crisis to Dark Nights: Death Metal, the former Kid Flash is ready to walk, not run, away from the super-hero life--but Barry Allen needs his former partner now more than ever. What happen next, though, is unexpected--a journey through time that sees Wally leaping from the bodies of fellow speedsters, on a mission from World War II to the far future to restore his former glory! This is the Flash story fans have been waiting for--with Wally back in the title role for the first time in 15 years! Along with the Wally West story written by Jeremy Adams and illustrated by artists including Brandon Peterson, this collection includes adventures written by Kevin Shinick and illustrated by artists including Clayton Henry, pitting Barry Allen against the Trickster and Dr. Alchemy! This volume collects The Flash #763-771, The Flash 2021 Annual #1 and Justice League: Endless Winter #1.

30 review for The Flash Vol. 16: Wally West Returns

  1. 4 out of 5

    A.J. Anders

    It’s so great to have Wally back as the main Flash in the ongoing! I was smiling through pretty much the entire book. The annual included here was amazing as well and was just about everything I could have hoped for, especially considering how much I hated Heroes in Crisis. Recommended for anyone who missed Wally as the main Flash as much as I did.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    This volume's a bit of a mix-up, since it collects the intermission arc between bigger creative teams, an Endless Winter tie-in, and the first arc of the current team. It's not a bad thing, but the earlier stuff does overshadow quite how good Jeremy Adams' run is shaping up to be. So we start with Kevin Shinick's four issue run, which looks at the origins of the Flash Ring and brings Doctor Alchemy back into the fold. It's a fun little story, nothing groundbreaking, but it does the job of getting This volume's a bit of a mix-up, since it collects the intermission arc between bigger creative teams, an Endless Winter tie-in, and the first arc of the current team. It's not a bad thing, but the earlier stuff does overshadow quite how good Jeremy Adams' run is shaping up to be. So we start with Kevin Shinick's four issue run, which looks at the origins of the Flash Ring and brings Doctor Alchemy back into the fold. It's a fun little story, nothing groundbreaking, but it does the job of getting a Flash comic out onto the stands while bigger things are happening elsewhere. Clayton Henry pencils one (ONE!) issue of this run, before ceding to Will Conrad for the rest (with an assist from Sami Basri). Conrad's always been an odd fit for the Flash, since his artwork can sometimes look a little too static, but it's not bad at all. Clayton Henry then returns for the Endless Winter tie-in, which is pretty much just collected for completeness rather than anything else since it'll make zero sense without the rest of the story for context, or at least the beginning. It's nice that it's here, but I doubt it'll have you running out to grab the rest of the story on its own. And then the real meat and potatoes, Jeremy Adams' run begins with issue #768. Blink Of An Eye runs through four issues and an annual, and brings Wally West and his family back into the Flash spotlight properly for the first time in...oh, a while? Joshua Williamson touched on him for a little bit, especially during Flash War, but he's mostly been sidelined due to Heroes In Crisis and Flash Forward having their way with him instead. Thankfully, Adams gets Wally unlike anyone since maybe Geoff Johns or Mark Waid, and he spins a time travelling yarn that ropes in all your favourite Flash characters including a few surprises and will make longtime Flash fans smile from ear to ear. The art is again a little all over the place, with Brandon Peterson doing the heavy lifting, but then other time periods being drawn by the likes of David LaFuente, Kevin Maguire (!), and Jack Herbert. I'm honestly surprised DC didn't throw the first five issues here in a separate trade, then let Adams' first arc breathe on its own as its own thing, but hey, what do I know about collecting trades after reading them for 10+ years? Either way, this is a decent first half coupled with an amazing second - you really can't go wrong, but it's the latter half of the book that will really set your Flash world on fire.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michel Siskoid Albert

    Though the story is actually called Blink of an Eye, issues 768-771 and the 2021 Annual are collected as The Flash Vol. 16: Wally West Returns, and it's what amounts to bringing Wally back from the brink he was pushed to in the objectionable Heroes in Crisis (going so far as clearing him of part of those events). The story has Wally taking over the series from Barry and getting drawn into the Speed Force and Quantum Leaping into other speedsters across time and the multiverse. Jeremy Adams provi Though the story is actually called Blink of an Eye, issues 768-771 and the 2021 Annual are collected as The Flash Vol. 16: Wally West Returns, and it's what amounts to bringing Wally back from the brink he was pushed to in the objectionable Heroes in Crisis (going so far as clearing him of part of those events). The story has Wally taking over the series from Barry and getting drawn into the Speed Force and Quantum Leaping into other speedsters across time and the multiverse. Jeremy Adams provides quite a funny script at times (if a wordy one), but it only really feels right in the Super-Friends sequence because they have Kevin Maguire doing the art and making it feel like the Bwa-ha-ha era. I know the flatter colors are meant to remind us of the cartoon, but I wish more of the comic had been like this. Visually, they always have guest artists present other times, but they're mostly treated the same way as Brandon Peterson's frame tale. The rounded solidity of the colors just too often gives the figures a static solidity that works against the feeling we should get from Flash-type action. Let's just say the art generally leaves me cold. Funny how the end of Dan DiDio's regime has brought the original Titans back to the fore, huh?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Vojtěch

    Filler arc s Barrym byl standartní průměr ale jakmile přijde Adams, Flash se znova stává fresh a zábavným titulem. Kresba během hlavního arcu je skvělá, líbí se mi využití jiných kreslířů pro jiné místa v čase. Retcon HiC je fajn plus.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lucille

    Bah bof pour moi celui-ci. Beaucoup trop ancré dans les faits passés et je n'ai pas vraiment aimé visuellement, pourtant ça aurait pu être aussi cool que ce que fait le Wonder Woman Infinite mais.. nope Bah bof pour moi celui-ci. Beaucoup trop ancré dans les faits passés et je n'ai pas vraiment aimé visuellement, pourtant ça aurait pu être aussi cool que ce que fait le Wonder Woman Infinite mais.. nope

  6. 4 out of 5

    FilmsAndJRPGs

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  29. 5 out of 5

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    Nick Zambrano

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