- Tapa dura: 168 páginas
- Editor: DC Comics; Edición: 01 (28 de abril de 2010)
- Colección: Flash (DC Comics)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 9781401225681
- ISBN-13: 978-1401225681
- ASIN: 1401225683
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FLASH REBIRTH HC (Flash (DC Comics)) (Inglés) Tapa dura – 28 abr 2010
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Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver, the visionaries responsible for the blockbuster GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH and THE SINESTRO CORPS WAR, comes the start of an explosive and jaw-dropping epic that will reintroduce to Barry Allen, the modern age Flash who single-handedly birthed the Silver Age of comics! DC history will be made, and the Flash legacy will be redefined!
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I admit that I was skeptical about Barry Allen returning from the dead after he had been gone for so many years (especially since I had grown up with Wally West being the Flash in both the comics and on 'Justice League' and 'Justice League Unlimited '), but this story was just so exciting and enthralling...all my doubts were immediately thrown out the window! And when I saw how much influence this story had on 'The Flash' TV series, I got excited again (and was not dissapointed).
I loved this one Flash story so much that I actually bought the digital copy for my Kindle so I could take it everywhere with me (and even though I own the original printed 6-issue series). That alone should tell you how great it is!
One of the characters who has stayed “dead” the longest is the second Flash, Barry Allen, at 23 years before his return. Eventually, even he came back. During the events of the “crisis crossover” *Final Crisis*, Barry suddenly appeared alive and well, and helped the heroes finish killing the evil god Darkseid. As *The Flash: Rebirth* begins, all of Barry's friends, family, and other heroes in the Justice League of America and Justice Society of America, are celebrating the second Flash's return. No one quite understands what happened, but they all accept it with joy. All of them except for Barry, of course. He can't shake this uneasy feeling that he should be dead still. That there is something wrong with the way that death has been so “cheap” for heroes in the DC Universe.
Though much of Barry's struggle is spiritual and emotional, as he needs to accept his life with his wife Iris, and with his friends, he is not entirely unjustified in his paranoia. There is a sinister mind at work, using Barry to cement it's own power. A mind that needs Barry alive, but is obsessed with torturing him at the same time. If Barry does not defeat this villain, then his life will be destroyed, and every other speedster but himself and the villain will be dead.
The art here is more difficult to judge than in other comic series. It is not vivid, but more understated. However, that more “understated” design is part of the charm of the series. This fight in the story is a battle that involves other characters, but it is mainly Barry's battle to accept coming back. This is revealed in the fact that his wife Iris is drawn very simply, but as a stunning character. Indeed, she is the only one besides Barry and other speedsters that gets any great detail. It's almost like we are seeing the story through Barry's eyes, and see the importance that his friends, family, and especially his beloved wife, have for him.
The story was actually a plausible retcon of the previous mythos of the *Flash* comics. That is about all I can say without giving too much away. Then again, given how goofy some of these major comic book industry “events” can be *cough*CountdowntoFinalCrisis*cough*, that is meant as good praise.
A great story for any Flash and comic book fan, but accessible enough for some new fans.