Bringing in a large plethora of writers such as Joshua Williamson, Marv Wolfman, Geoff Johns and Scott Lobdell, The Flash #750 gave us an enjoyable comic, filled with little stories featuring all three of the greatest and most predominant versions of the character we’ve seen so far. We got to see the next chapter in The Flash’s ongoing story arc with Paradox, which did an excellent job in setting this one up for the future, we got a fun little story featuring Jay Garrick, we got a couple of Barry Allen side stories and we got a couple of Wally West tales.
To me, the highlight of Joshua Williamson’s run on The Flash so far is his creation of Godspeed. August Heart is an excellent new addition to The Flash’s rogues gallery, so I’m incredibly happy to see that he’ll be playing quite an important role in the upcoming story arc. It was nice to see him in this issue and it will be interesting to see where things go from here!
Jay Garrick’s story was a major highlight for me as I think Jay Garrick is criminally underrated and it’s nice that he’s seemingly going to get his chance to shine in the upcoming Flash issues. It’s been too long since we got proper Jay Garrick content, so I’m thrilled to see him return.
I also really liked the Flash Forward Epilogue and think it did a nice job setting up Wally West’s future in the DC universe. I’m still not sure how I feel about Wally being this all powerful entity, but I suppose it’s better than having him murder an entire sanctuary of superheroes again, eh?
A couple of the other stories were alright… they didn’t do much for me, but they weren’t necessarily bad. I wasn’t a big fan of the Flash of All Worlds story as I found it incredibly boring and I wasn’t a huge fan of the art in this story, but that’s just my opinion.
All in all I was a fan of this issue in general and I think it did a nice job setting up the future and giving us hints of what to expect from The Flash family going forward! The art was for the most part great and I’m excited to learn more about Paradox!