ByBrad Dee, writer at

Convergence: Speed Force was seen as a comic set that displayed alot of what was present in the end of the Wally West comics before Barry Allen returned. It had some fun and some strange characters, but also found a way to bring some type of morals into it. This issue does pretty much the exact same thing. The purpose of this set is to remind us of the importance of a family and what it takes to be a good parent. Does a good parent bring their children into a fight or cause danger to be around them or constantly lie to them and say "everything is going to be alright"? No, of course not. A good parent would sit back and be honest with their children and protect them at all costs. But, that is exactly what Wally West fails to do in this issue and last issue.

Of course, we need to get through a giant fight sequence between the Flash and the Flashpoint version of Wonder Women to get to this point. We also need to get through a giant fight between a really fast turtle and the Amazonians to get to this conclusion. Yea, it sounds as weird as it read. The true problem with this issue is that the fight takes center stage, and the moral that is received feels like a second string that we have to get to. The art is great and the writing works for the strange storyline that is presented to us, but, it never hit on all cylinders. This set may have worked better with different villains and missing turtle. But, that's just my opinion. I give this issue a 6 out of 10. It could be better but it could have also been alot worse.


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