The Flash: Born to Run

The Flash Born to Run When Wally West the adolescent nephew of the Flash s fianc e accidentally gained powers of super speed he became the Scarlet Speedster s sidekick Growing up as his hero s prot g Kid Flash had a c

  • Title: The Flash: Born to Run
  • Author: Mark Waid Tom Peyer Greg LaRocque Jim Aparo Pop Mhan
  • ISBN: 9781563895043
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Wally West, the adolescent nephew of the Flash s fianc e, accidentally gained powers of super speed, he became the Scarlet Speedster s sidekick Growing up as his hero s prot g , Kid Flash had a childhood of amazing action and adventure But on the day that the Flash died, Wally s carefree adolescence abruptly ended and his life as an adult began THE FLASH BORN TO RWhen Wally West, the adolescent nephew of the Flash s fianc e, accidentally gained powers of super speed, he became the Scarlet Speedster s sidekick Growing up as his hero s prot g , Kid Flash had a childhood of amazing action and adventure But on the day that the Flash died, Wally s carefree adolescence abruptly ended and his life as an adult began THE FLASH BORN TO RUN looks back at Wally s earliest days as the Kid Flash and explores the gamut of his emotions and experiences from his first day as a child hero to his succession of Barry Allen as the new Flash A journey full of humor and drama, this story shows just how much Wally West loves being the fastest man alive.

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    • The Flash: Born to Run By Mark Waid Tom Peyer Greg LaRocque Jim Aparo Pop Mhan
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    2 thoughts on “The Flash: Born to Run

    1. Mark Waid Tom Peyer Greg LaRocque Jim Aparo Pop Mhan says:

      Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.

    2. This is basically a retelling of Wally West’s origin as Flash, or, more accurately, how the young Wally West became Kid Flash and sidekick to Barry Allen. What sets this story apart is how Waid takes some time to look at Wally’s emotional development as well as the development of his super power. For those who really don’t know. Wally West took over the mantle of Flash after Barry Allen was killed off during Crisis on Infinite Earths. The story doesn’t aspire to much more than being an o [...]

    3. A great introduction to Wally West, and actually where I jumped on with The Flash series. I've always understood this particular hero and the legacy of The Flash through Wally's eyes, so it makes sense that recounting his life story wouldn't read as hokey to me (though we're deep into 1990s comics here, so people's hair looks ridiculous). Another saving grace is Waid's almost instinctive understanding of the character's voice. I've heard Waid say that he sees himself as very Wally-like, and I th [...]

    4. This is one of the better 'Year One' tales that DC probably put out in the 1990's, detailing how Wally became Kid Flash, sidekick to his idol Barry Allen (Flash #2). I dig that Waid did not dial down the insanity of the original Silver Age (1950s) tales, but added in a ton of character development. Wally has a lot of joy in being the Flash, and this shines throughout the volume. Some of the Flash's classic Rouges make an appearance too, who always manage to warm my heart. Good stuff.

    5. Flash ist mittlerweile zu meinem Lieblings-DC-Superhelden geworden— oder besser Barry Allen. Es ist dennoch interessant zu sehen wie Wally zu Kid Flash wurde sowie seine Beziehung zu Flash. Ich hätte allerdings gerne gelesen wie Wally und Iris hinter die wahre Identität von Flash gekommen sind. Eine Übergangsgeschichte fehlt in dieser Ausgabe einfach.Punktabzug gibt es bei der deutschen Umsetzung. Ich glaube kaum, dass Eaglemoss Korrekturleser beschäftigt. Anfängliche Schreibfehler (fehle [...]

    6. Man, I've been reading a lot of comic book trade paperbacks recently, especially ones concerning the Flash. This one was pretty good even though I read some of it before and the bridging story is ruined by the fact comic book corporate shenanigans have Wally's Aunt alive in the past most recent issues I read. Some underlying homoeroticism between Barry and Wally, I noticed. Is Barry in NAMBLA? No, certainly not, just bad posturing. Some extremely lukewarm and hideous art therein, but very please [...]

    7. Başlangıç için iyiydi. Bundan sonra ne okuyacağım bilmiyorum. Biraz araştırayım Flash okumaya devam edeceğim. Barry Allen'i çok seviyorum zaten

    8. The origin of Wally West as Kid Flash.Wally runs into his grandfather at a local diner, then returns to his grandfathers home for the first time since Iris and Barry's death, which occurred over a year ago. He begins to reminisce about the time he stayed with the Allen's for a summer and how he received his powers in the speedforce.There is a lot of inconsistencies with the art work, like the characters hair changing colour or the clothes they are wearing, for single panels. This made some parts [...]

    9. Decided to check out some of Mark Waid's older stuff based on really liking his recent Daredevil book. Was struck by the sort of slow pace of the storytelling, but then I guess it was a different time.The book retells the Wally West Flash's origin (as Kid Flash, working with Barry Allen), from the Flash v2 book, and then has some other stuff in it from I'm not sure where. One highlight is a retelling of the first fight with Mr. Element pencilled by Humberto Ramos I really like the way Ramos draw [...]

    10. A great collection of stories about Wally West's first year with super speed. As Grant Morrison says in the introduction: The Flash is the coolest super-hero ever. It's weird, one year ago I'd never thought I'd say this but it's true. There's just something about him that makes me love him a whole lot. <3

    11. I think this is the first book I've read about Wally West and I was pleasantly surprised. I actually really enjoyed learning his back story about how he became Kid Flash and his relationship with Barry Allen and Iris West. The artwork wasn't my favourite, but it did work for the writing. Overall a really enjoyable read.

    12. This collection looking into the early days of Wally West as both Kid Flash and then just Flash is a fun read. The art, except for Humberto Ramos, really holds up over time and the story is decent but hokey. The overall collection is a little weak but it is what it is, an introduction to a great character.

    13. The beginning of Mark Waid's tenure on the Flash isn't quite as great as his later stories, but it's still some good comics, with a nice look into who Wally West really is.

    14. Por algún motivo lo tengo como leído pero no recuerdo ni el contenido ni si verdaderamente lo leí íntegro. Cuando tenga alguno a mano me sacaré la duda.

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