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Revue de presse

"Showcases the Flash's likability and almost a hint of goofiness ... a lot of potential for greatness."—USA Today

"A visual treat.... Any reader can easily jump on board."—The New York Times

"The Flash will be one of the runaway hits of this reboot--and could eventually become one of the great runs of American superhero comics."—Time Out Chicago

"Flash fans should breathe a sigh of relief that the character is 100% definitely in the right hands."—MTV Geek

"An accessible, charming superhero tale."—io9

Biographie de l'auteur

Francis Manapul is the artist and co-writer of The Flash, which is part of DC Comics—The New 52. His previous work for DC Comics includes books such as Adventure Comics, Superman/Batman, and The Legion Of Super-Heroes. His work has been published in various publications from the likes of Aspen Comics, Editions Delcourt, Top Cow Productions, and Devils Due just to name a few. Manapul was a TV Presenter on SyFy's Beast Legends, in which he and a team of scientists and adventurers traveled the globe in search of scientific data to create mythical beasts. Manapul was born in Manila, Philippines and currently calls Toronto, Canada his home.

Brian Buccellato started in comics as a colorist for the Marvel/DC crossover Punisher/Batman and went on to color for all major publishers including work on Uncanny X-Men, Superman, The Flash and many others.  Brian began writing as part of The Story Company, collaborating on a number of screenplays.  While working for Top Cow, he started his comics writing with The Darkness, before teaming with Francis Manapul to co-write The Flash for DC Comics.  He also writes and illustrates the creator-owned title Foster.


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  • Broché: 168 pages
  • Editeur : DC Comics; Édition : 52nd edition (20 août 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1401235549
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401235543
  • Dimensions du produit: 16,8 x 0,8 x 25,8 cm
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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par SuperSolans le 6 février 2014
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C'est un super duo (manapul et buccaleto) qui nous livre un super comics. Les dessins sont très très beaux, et la composition des pages est toujours très intelligente, elle est bien adaptée à l'histoire. Pour moi ça c'est un vrai comics : il y a un vrai travail visuel, plus que le dessin, c'est la composition de la page qui est réfléchie. On est presque dans du roman graphique par moment.

Au niveau du scénario, c'est aussi super. Et c'est pas mal d'apprécier sur la longueur : les mêmes auteurs ont écris 3 tomes.

Je recommande, cette édition permet de tout lire à la suite, et c'est vraiment appréciable. Le format souple est agréable et économique, pas besoin de payer plus.
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Arthur le 18 juillet 2014
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Les lecteurs de comics ne lisant que les albums de Urban Comics, sans passer par leurs magazines, le savent : Flash est une exclusivité kiosque chez cet éditeur. Mais ce n'est pas le cas outre-atlantique, car les aventures de Flash existent aussi en format relié, et il serait dommage de s'en priver ! Le sprinteur vêtu de rouge va ici découvrir que ses habilités ne se limitent pas seulement à la course, au cours d'un récit prenant.
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Par Anthony Alain DUMAS le 14 septembre 2013
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Excellent état et un bon comics à lire, et le rapport qualité prix vaut le coûts à l'achat sur internet
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L article n été pas celui que je souhaitais en premier lieu je l avais choisi en relié comme proposé mais jamais de disponibilité. J ai donc choisi cet article par dépit. Le livre n était pas plastifié donc je remercie la météo de ne pas avoir fait tomber la pluie car le livre aurait été trempé
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Barry Allen's "True" Rebirth 13 novembre 2012
Par Anarchy in the US - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With any comic reboot, we all either get excited or nervous when we hear about who writes and draws what comics. In case of the DC New 52, news of The Flash team was in the camp of nervousness for fans. Francis Manapul, who's made a name for himself doing some exquisite art work with Geoff Johns in Flash Vol. 1: The Dastardly Death of the Rogues! (Flash (Graphic Novels)) and The Flash Vol. 2: The Road to Flashpoint (Flash (Graphic Novels))--as well as his colorist Brian Buccellato--were announced as co-writers and artist. Two artists with no prior writing credits? That makes anyone nervous. So how do these two do taking on an A-list character and filling in the shoes that Geoff Johns filled? Pretty darn impressed, if you ask me.

THE FLASH VOL.1: MOVE FORWARD collects issues #1-8 and is divided into two separate stories. Issues 1-5 deal with Barry Allen, crime scene investigator, enjoying his date with fellow police blood analyze, Patty Spivot. Upon visiting a science exhibition, the place gets attacked by an organization by the named Mob Rules. After the attack, one of the dead assailants is an odd friend of Barry's named Manuel, who Barry hasn't seen in years. Barry investigates into it, but Manuel (alive somehow) finds Barry and is trying to get away from some people. Come to find out, these people are hundreds of people that look just like Manuel! And issues 6-8 deal with an old Rouge enemy Leonard Snart, AKA Captain Cold, wanting revenge on the Flash. How will the Flash deal with these situations? You'll just have to read for yourself.

From the get-go, probably the biggest thing Manapul and Buccellato do is the bold move of establishing themselves as new writers and artist by just about wiping most of the Flashes past continuity. This makes the Flash one of the most accessible books for new readers in the New 52, unlike Barry's first comeback in The Flash: Rebirth. Flash has one of the more convoluted plots in comics pre-52 with all the time travel and various Flashes running about. But thankfully, all of the excess baggage is not here. No Wally West, Jay Garrick, Jesse Chambers, Johnny Quick, or Max Mercury. Heck, not even Bart Allen is mentioned at all, even if he's in the current Teen Titans. There are a few nods to old fans I won't mention, but this is for new fans, that will immediately know who Barry is and where he stands, without much story problems.

Manapul and Buccellato show they can write an engaging book, equal parts likeable in characters and art narrative. Barry isn't like most super-heroes. He's not arrogant, he doesn't talk his opponents to death, and he thinks about his actions. He may not be the most exciting character, but with the splash panels of Barry doing some amazing feats like using the speed-force to predict the future, or vibrate an entire airplane(!); you can't help but like Barry and be wowed by what he can do. Further character work with Manuel, Patty, Iris, and Captain Cold are pretty well developed. It's actually the prime chunk of the narrative, and both writers pull it off quite well.

And art? Let's just say this is up there as one of the best drawn books in the entire New 52. Manapul is to become one of the definitive Flash artists in the future. He has a great Silver-Age touch in his art, and yet has a great sense of art narrative that is some of the best layouts in the New 52. The creative places where the credits are named per-issues are just fun and makes you wish more artists were like this. So art is top-notch. No complaints there.

But there are a few complaints for this collection. One of which I already stated: most of the Flash legacy is wiped away. Again, not all of it, since both writers have said they intend to hopefully include those past elements further down the line, but most of it (for now) is gone. This might infuriate old fans, who love older Flashes (Wally West fans, I'm like you. I miss him too). The other problem is that both writers put so much effort into characterization of Manuel and other sub characters, Flash feels a little like a secondary character--which feels a little weird for his own comic. And third, is the cliffhanger ending. Regardless of where this book ended, either it be issue 6, 7, or 8 in case; it doesn't make the trade feel complete either way. It's no big deal, but that is strange considering that regardless of what issue would of ended, the book would not have felt complete either way.

Regardless, THE FLASH VOL.1: MOVE FORWARD is one of better New 52 books that lives up to the characters title as the big name character the Flash is. It's an excellent book for new readers and shows old Flash readers that Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato have the chops to make a great series. Grade A-art, pretty good characterization, and some little surprises to come with the inevitable return of the Rouges in Vol.2, The Flash is worth the ride...and everyone is fast enough to tag along.
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Amazing art with a very compelling story 28 novembre 2012
Par BuckyCapt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I must say, Im fairly new to comics so I do not have all the baggage that a veteran comic book reader has. I was never a big fan of the flash but after reading what Francis and Brian have done, I am. First the art is amazing and fit perfectly into the story. Also the coloring only enhances Francis art. Second, the ways that they use flash's powers really blew me a way. It was as if an intangible plane flew through my head.... Seriously!!! Overall, I Loved this book and would recommend it to any one. I had a lot of fun reading it.
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Welcome back Barry Allen 20 novembre 2012
Par Russell326 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Most other reviewers have covered the story (albeit in some overly snarky and harsh ways) so I'll just drop that I loved the story AND the artwork on this book.

I've been collecting Flash since the New 52 launched and have loved almost every single issue. It's got some of the most amazing art of any New 52 title and has made Barry Allen a multi-layered character. As the story develops and his powers stretch out, there are some even bigger ideas being thrown in all the time.

I loved the new villain Mob Rule and his power set. It's a crazy idea to have a villain who can literally be everywhere at once. Seeing the developments to the Speed Force's presence and meaning really helped to push this one into another level of superhero comics for me. I had a lot of fun reading this and the next part that begins setting up Gorilla Warfare is really good, too.

No, Barry is not Wally West so you don't have the same type of humor. But, the book is still a good read and one that I recommend to any Flash fan new or lapsed.
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Lightning Quick 21 juillet 2013
Par Mel Odom - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For a long time, Barry Allen was dead. Then Geoff Johns found a way to bring him back and - doing what Johns always does best - made him better by showcasing his police scientist background. Of course, now that ground-breaking television series like CSI, Bones, and others have educated the public on what those departments do. Except that in most cases those television shows venture more into the comic book realm than superheroes do because they don't get the facts quite right. But there is this educated audience out there now.

With the New 52, Barry is the same, but different. He's not quite the Flash I grew up with. He's dating Patty, not Iris, and I have to admit that I like Patty a lot. She's just a better fit.

Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato are splitting the writing/art chores and they're doing a dynamite job on the art. The writing is really good for the most part, but I'm not sure what they're after. In the first arc of this graphic novel, the focus is more on Barry's old friend who becomes Mob Rule. Barry and his issues almost take a second banana role in the story. Overall, I enjoyed the story as well as the twists and turns it took, and the scientific curiosity of it all.

Science is playing a major role in this new Flash book. Not only with the police science, but with the possibility of things as well. Flash is pairing up with Dr. Elias and they end up doing the treadmill experiment, which has got to ping all kinds of memories for long-time Flash readers. A treadmill has always racked up a lot of mileage in the Flash tales.

The second story in this graphic novel, which for some reason ends on a cliffhanger and has got to tick some readers off who had to wait six months or longer on the second volume to get published, involves Captain Cold and a new character named Turbine. It also brings in Gorilla Grodd, but he's off somewhere else at the moment and not in Flash's face.

Of all the restarts, Flash has got to be one of the tough ones. I can't think of a character who's had a more varied or multi-layered history. Or as many people wearing the suit. I know there are a lot of readers out there clamoring for Jay Garrick, Wally West, and Bart Allen, and I have to wonder if those characters will be introduced into this new series at some point. That's one of the reasons I'll be picking up future volumes. Thankfully, I started reading these books recently and the second volume is already out. With the ebook download, I can get it in a Flash.
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Good but imperfect start 21 octobre 2014
Par angry jedi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was a good reboot/ jumping in point for The Flash. I've been away from comics for about 15 years and this was very accessible. That said, the first arc felt a little slow and drawn out but it was a good exploration of Flash's powers. The second arc with captain Cold was much more exciting and interesting to read. The ending left a cliffhanger leaving me waiting for more.
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