So what're the positives of the book in your mind? I'd have to go with the Nicola Scott art and the lack of reverence for a status quo.
Also, I've read the first two issues of Flash and have been tempted to start picking that up regularly. I know you read both; which way would you lean?
I agree on your two points. I've loved Nicola's work since she started on BoP, and E-2 is the one book at DC right now that really feels like something new, where anything can happen to its characters. it's zero issue was by far my favorite of that whole gimmick, and is pretty central to the status quo. in addition, once you get beyond the whole "let's go out of our way to make sure nearly everybody is NOT a straight white male" aspect of it, most of the characters are likable or at least interesting, and the book gets to do character-building as well as overall world-building. makes for a different feeling book than most.
and yeah, I like Flash a lot. it's old-school, bright shiny superheroics with some classic soap opera thrown in, delivered with IMMO the best art in DC's whole line at the moment. worth a buy for sure.
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