Flashpoint (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

Flashpoint (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

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by Geoff Johns, Andy Kubert
     
 

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Not a dream, not an imaginary story, not an elseworld. This is Flash Fact: When Barry Allen wakes at his desk, he discovers the world has changed. Family is alive, loved ones are strangers, and close friends are different, gone or worse. It's a world on the brink of a cataclysmic war - but where are Earth's Greatest Heroes to stop it? It's a place where America's

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Not a dream, not an imaginary story, not an elseworld. This is Flash Fact: When Barry Allen wakes at his desk, he discovers the world has changed. Family is alive, loved ones are strangers, and close friends are different, gone or worse. It's a world on the brink of a cataclysmic war - but where are Earth's Greatest Heroes to stop it? It's a place where America's last hope is Cyborg, who hopes to gather the forces of The Outsider, The Secret 7, SHAZAM!, Citizen Cold and other new and familiar-yetaltered faces! It's a world that could be running out of time, if The Flash can't find the villain who altered the time line!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401242152
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
12/04/2012
Sold by:
DC Comics
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
176
Sales rank:
134,878
File size:
104 MB
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Meet the Author

Geoff Johns is Chief Creative Officer of DC Entertainment. He has written highly acclaimed stories starring Superman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Teen Titans and The Justice Society of America. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling graphic novels GREEN LANTERN: RAGE OF THE RED LANTERNS, GREEN LANTERN: SINESTRO CORPS WAR, JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA: THY KINGDOM COME and SUPERMAN: BRAINIAC, and is the author of DC Comics' biggest, most recent events, BLACKEST NIGHT and BRIGHTEST DAY. Johns has also written episodes of the TV series Smallville and Robot Chicken..

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Flashpoint 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Mao_Tse-Tongue More than 1 year ago
Flashpoint is about the Flash/Barry Allen being transported to a world where everything is different. A world with no Justice League of America. A world where Atlantis, led by Emperor Aquaman, is at war with the Amazons of Themiscera, led by Wonder Woman. The two opposing armies have already sunk Western Europe under the sea and the Flash is slowly losing his memories of the old world. It's a race in time for Flash to find out what happened and change it before everything he knows is changed! A must have.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The comic was very good. Wonder woman and aquaman take control of the world. The flash finds that batman is not who he thinks he is. Cyborg fights with others such as element woman and captain thunder
Bang2082 More than 1 year ago
I’ll be honest I’m not a fan of the flash. Not that theirs anything wrong with him, I just never got into it. But I have been reading a lot of Johns stuff and the first comic cover I saw of this series was Batman throwing the switch on an electric chair that the flash was sitting in. I had to check it out. I loved the book. I was worried Id get lost in the lore that I didn’t know but it wasn’t the case here. Great writing, great art, and even a great Batman story too.
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Atom10 More than 1 year ago
Not really a Flash fan, but this was a really great graphic novel. I love the story and the art was great. I bought the nook version and it looks great on my nook hd.
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Callieo More than 1 year ago
I need to read it again . There was not as much description or use of super-powers but,, it has me hooked on comics again.
ioniccharge More than 1 year ago
First and foremost this book is a woork of art from artist andy kubert and the story from johns is good not one of his best works but still an enjoyable read