miércoles, 13 de junio de 2018
Some thoughts about The Flash #48
Zoom has convinced Wally that he needs to go back in time to bring his children back but Barry already has enough experience in that to realize is a big mistake.
This event continues to progress satisfactorily.
Joshua Williamson once again uses history to create a pretty interesting chapter. The way how Zoom is portrayed here makes a lot of sense and he explores one of the old plot-points that Geoff Johns left just at the beginning of his creation, how acquiring his powers actually broke his mind and made him commit all of those terrible actions. This serves for two purposes, the first one is to make Wally trust him by seeing him sane again and the second one is to create an air of mystery to see if his intentions are actually true which as a whole is a really good direction.
The reasons behind Wally's actions become much more justifiable then and so the race between Barry and him is more understandable despite of what happened in the past with the Flashpoint. Is a solid set-up that makes me wonder what's going to happen next.
Howard Porter's art remains perfect for the speed scenes and creates really inventive panels along with classic scenes.
Great issue, hope it continues this way.