The Flash, Vol. 4: Running Scared

The Flash, Vol. 4: Running Scared Review

The Fastest Man Alive continues his monumental run in DC Universe Rebirth with THE FLASH VOL. 4!

Barry Allen is at a crossroads. He’s lied to the woman he loves about his life as the Flash, and a rift is growing between him and his heroic young partner. Now, his greatest enemy has threatened to strike down everyone close to him! It’s time to make a tough choice that will launch the Flash into his most incredible mission yet: a siege on the 25th century stronghold of Eobard Thawne!

Rising-star writer Joshua Williamson (ILLUMINATI, RED SKULL) continues his smash-hit run on the Fastest Man Alive with THE FLASH VOL. 4! Collects issues #23-28.

Title:The Flash, Vol. 4: Running Scared
Edition Language:English

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  • Chad

    First, we get a team-up with Hal Jordan. Yay! This leads directly into the Reverse Flash returning from the dead (which could have been explained better). He kidnaps Iris and takes her to the future w...

  • Wing Kee

    Argh...still pretty bad. World: Still ugly art. Why is it that every artist that comes on board draw such fugly characters and gave weird facial expressions that don't really help the tone and the emo...

  • Nicola Mansfield

    I'm loving this run on The Flash! Barry's pretty upset with everything that happened in the last couple of issues with Batman so the beginning of this has him distracted. Then Hal Jordan shows up and ...

  • Danielle

    Read this review and more on my blog, uncovered-books.I received a free copy of The Flash Volume 4: Running Scared from DC Comics in exchange for my honest opinion.Barry has screwed up again. Is it ju...

  • Fraser Sherman

    And here's how constant reboots and retcons can drive you crazy. At one point Reverse-Flash details his history from before Flash changed everything with Flashpoint ... but it's not his pre-Flashpoint...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]The Flash's greatest enemy returns as the Reverse Flash manages to cheat death once again and menace not just Barry himself, but Iris and Wally West as well in this next Rebirth...

  • Theediscerning

    In a way I'm glad Eobard Thawne is so keen on knowing all the ins and outs of The Flash's histories, because it's books like these that make me less and less keen to do the same. Fugly artwork, with r...

  • Shani Shlapobersky

    I have to say, in my opinion, THIS IS THE BEST FLASH STORY OF ALL TIME. It has everything a good flash story needs:1. A villain speedster.2. Mind blowing time travel.3. Alternate timelines.4. A lot of...

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    A Masterwork of superhero storytelling. Williamson is killing it on the Flash series. This is arguably one the best Reverse-Flash tales I have ever read. Instead of writing the predictable villain des...

  • Adam Fisher

    Opening after the events of last Volume and beginning at Barry's birthday party, our hero is very mentally lost, not even remembering his own birthday and stumbling on the party by accident. Hal Jorda...