In Joshua Williamson and Scott Kolin's Flash #51, we learn the fate of Wally West in the dramatic aftermath of Flash War.
The final issue of Flash War closes on a page that teases a brand new Crisis, though this one is unlike any the DC Universe has seen before.
The cover for The Flash #51 shows one of DC's Scarlet Speedsters possibly retiring from being a superhero.
With the Force Barrier destroyed, the Flash Family just learned they can no longer access one of their most powerful abilities.
The DC Rebirth universe's Flash Family just got a little bit bigger with the long awaited return of a beloved character.
The Speed Force has long been an essential component of DC Comics reality, but its accompanying energies open up entirely new possibilities.
When the Speed Force breaks, what comes out the other side? And how will it affect not only the Flash, but the entire DC Universe?
There's finally a definitive winner between The Man of Steel and The Scarlet Speedster - who's your money on?
The conflict between Wally West and Barry Allen gains a new dimension with the addition of a brand new Flash.
In The Flash #49, the Flash War between Barry Allen and Wally West takes a dangerous turn that could bring the whole DC Universe to its knees.
A race around the world leads to Barry Allen and Wally West going head to head and only one man can be The Fastest Man Alive.
The trauma of learning about his missing children could very well lead to The Flash seeking professional help.
In Joshua Williamson and Howard Porter's Flash War, Wally West's drastic actions evoke memories of Barry Allen's role in creating Flashpoint.
The preview for The Flash #48 -- part two of "Flash War" -- teases an absolutely heartwrenching moment for Wally West.
The cover of The Flash #47 reads, “After this there will be only one!” Could this be a clue that Wally West won't make it out of "Flash War" alive?
In The Flash #47 -- part one of 'Flash War' -- Joshua Williamson and Howard Porter reveal a surprising new addition to the Yellow Lanterns' ranks.
Flash War kicks off with a bang The Flash #47 by revealing where the various missing speedsters from the DC Universe have been this whole time.