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by Geoff Johns

eBook The Flash: Rebirth download ISBN: 1401225683
Author: Geoff Johns
Publisher: DC Comics (May 4, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 168
ePub: 1284 kb
Fb2: 1244 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Comics
Subcategory: Graphic Novels

Geoff Johns, the same creator behind Green Lantern Rebirth and who rehabilitated Hal Jordan does it again with The Flash Rebirth.

Geoff Johns, the same creator behind Green Lantern Rebirth and who rehabilitated Hal Jordan does it again with The Flash Rebirth. Here's what I think makes it so great: (1) Unlike most comic book resurrections, which are quick and cheap, Johns was very careful with how he treated Barry Allen. Barry stayed dead for much, much longer than other characters typically do (about two decades), and you can tell Johns was not going to bring him back on a whim without a story to tell

Электронная книга "The Flash: Rebirth: Issues 1-6", Geoff Johns.

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Collecting: 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!

Other Collections from The Flash (Volume 2). The Flash by Geoff Johns. The Flash (Volume 2). Categories: Brian Bolland/Cover Artist. Ethan Van Sciver/Penciler. Scott Kolins/Penciler. Angel Unzueta/Penciler.

Other Collections from The Flash (Volume 2). Doug Hazlewood/Inker. José Marzan, J. Inker. 2015, November (Publication). November 25, 2015 (Publication). The Flash Vol 2/Collections.

The Flash: Rebirth is a six-issue monthly American comic book limited series written by Geoff Johns and illustrated by Ethan Van Sciver. The series was published by DC Comics, and features characters from throughout the nearly seventy-year-long history of Flash comics. This is the second "rebirth" limited series issued by DC Comics, it was preceded by Green Lantern: Rebirth (2005), which reintroduced Green Lantern Hal Jordan into the DC universe. The first issue was published on April 1, 2009

Artist: Scott Kolins, Angel Unzueta, Ethan Van Sciver. During the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, Barry Allen-a. The Flash-made the ultimate sacrifice and gave his life to save millions.

Artist: Scott Kolins, Angel Unzueta, Ethan Van Sciver. Publication date: December 1 2015. In his stead, the world welcomes the new Fastest Man Alive, as Wally West picks up his mentor's mantle. Long live the Flash! Issue(s).

Geoff Johns’s unforgettable run on THE FLASH begins when Wally West finds himself without super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City

Geoff Johns’s unforgettable run on THE FLASH begins when Wally West finds himself without super speed in a darker, mirror version of Keystone City. Can a powerless Flash defeat Captain Cold and Mirror Master and save the city he loves? Plus, The Flash is shocked to learn that a strange cult is killing all the people he’s ever rescued. Collects THE FLASH and THE FLASH: IRON HEIGHTS #1.

During the CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, Barry Allen-a.

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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!
Comments: (7)
Jake
3 ½ – Stars

So being pretty new to the world of comics, I heard that this was a good point to start as far as Barry Allen is concerned.

Barry was thought to be dead, but he was in the Speed Force, and he finds himself back, but he's unsure of why. When he was in the SF, he lost all of his identity and that of his loved ones. The city is throwing him a party and he decides he's not going to show up, but then there's a couple of murders that need looking into. He also discovers that a number of incidents in his past that hurt him emotionally and physically were engineered by his nemesis.

This was a really good puddle to wet my feet in, although the Speed Force could use a little more explanation. The artwork is phenomenal and it was a pleasant way to spend some time.
Dodo
Once again, writer Geoff Johns proves himself as an immensely talented writer for DC Comics!

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!
Feri
I'll start off by saying I'm not a big Flash fan. The main purpose of this book was to justify bringing back Barry Allen, the Flash who died saving the universe 25 years ago in Crisis on Infinite Earths. That death was considered sacred to comic book fans in that it was one of the few deaths that stuck in comic books.

After Barry died, his sidekick Wally carried on the legacy as the Flash in the 90s and 2000s, becoming the Flash for that generation. That doesn't apply to me because I wasn't a comic book reader until 2006 so I have no definitive Flash. So Johns can persuade me to accept any Flash he wants, whether it be Wally, Barry or Bart. If you are a relatively new comic book reader with no definitive Flash, you will probably dig this. If you are a rabid Wally West fan, then probably not. But you should try to give this a chance, regardless.

This book is very similar to Green Lantern: Rebirth, due it being by the same creative duo of Johns and Van Sciver. Throughout both books, Barry and Hal struggle with a changing world and have to play catchup with all their relationships. Johns basically makes his argument for bringing them both back right in the book. Hal regrets his actions as Parallax while Barry regrets a murder trial. The difference though is that Barry died a hero in the eyes of the DCU. Iris tells Barry to calm down and just spend time with the people he loves, and not to worry about why he came back. Jay Garrick recollects how if it weren't for Barry, he would not have returned to superheroing and there would not be a JSA anymore. Bart is upset Barry is back and considers Wally the real Flash (kind of like the fanboys who hate the idea of Barry coming back). Johns used retcons extensively in both Rebirth books, which I will get to now.

SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The story establishes that the Speed Force wasn't tapped into by Barry when he became the Flash, rather he created it and he actually is the Speed Force. With this revelation, there is no doubt he is the central figure in the Flash franchise. There's also a retcon that Barry's mother was murdered, supposedly by his father, and he becomes a forensic scientist to prove his father's innocence.

There was a really cool moment where Johns establishes that a race between the Flash and Superman would be an easy Flash win, he leaves Superman in the dust. I really dug that, because if Superman is as fast or faster than Flash, than there is no point to the Flash.

END SPOILERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's addressed whether Barry Allen is boring and he's not, he's just introverted and a slower, methodical person who has a great love interest in Iris. There is all kinds of neat nods to Flash stories of the past, and while I didn't quite understand the whole plot with the Reverse Flash, I got the gist of it and didn't let all the little things that I didn't let it bother me. I think a re-read and some research will more than iron out the confusion.

I liked this book, I can see myself sticking with the franchise with Barry Allen as my Flash. I loved the art as well, Van Sciver is definitely one of the top three artists DC has right now.
SupperDom
The last time I read FLASH, it was the late 1980s and Wally West had become the adult Flash. These stories, written by William Messner-Loebs, were perfect: intelligent enough to be interesting, but not too complicated to be arcane.

Unfortunately I can't say the same about this sequence. Apparently there's a lot of complicated continuity that I've missed over the last 25 years, and if you haven't been following this, you will probably have no idea what's going on here. It's extremely talky, with a lot of dialogue and discussion and exposition but not much plot. I read the first half and put it aside.

I'll give it 3 stars because I really like the artwork ---- great layouts and inking --- but the story is convoluted and uninvolving. There's just too much detail for someone who isn't "in the know" to follow the story, and there's way too much talk.
Lonesome Orange Kid
This graphic novel blew my mind! I have been a Flash fan for a long time; especially now that the CW series just finished its third season. If you are new to the Flash (either the character or the CW series) and want a good refresher, as well as some amazing storytelling, Geoff Johns' Rebirth is the graphic novel you should purchase. You will not be disappointed!
Goldcrusher
This was a crazy and amazing story. There was a lot of emotion, and speedsters, in this story. It focuses on Barry Allen, and the things he’s dealing with in his life. He’s coming back as The Flash, but is having issues with it. His old enemy, The Reverse-Flash, comes back as well, and is determined to destroy Barry Allen. There’s so much happening in this story, it’s hard to look away from it.
Onnell
The 2009-2010 Flash Rebirth mini series (spinning out of the 2008-2009 crossover event mini series Final Crisis) is solid and does a great job of returning the character of Barry Allen who had thought to been ''dead'' for nearly 23 years (1985-2008) and reestablishes him back to what he once was, a must read for any Flash fan or new reader, I enjoyed it
Although this story was good, I feel that it is not as great as people make it out to be. Geoff Johns definitely did a great job, just was a bit confusing at times (specifically the speed force scenes). However, if you are new to Barry Allen i would definitely recommend picking this one up.