All Flash #2 Part 4. Almost Done. Really.
I just love this issue so much…
So, all our players are getting into place. Roy and his kidnapper “dad” are back together, and now Jay & Joan decide to harbor a fugitive – er, I mean take a ride in the country – with Ann. Guess who’s on their train?
At least Jay’s starting to realize what’s up. Geeze. Of course, that doesn’t mean he’s going to warn the mayor or anything.
Meanwhile, Joe sends Roy to dynamite the train. Right after Roy leaves in his car, Joe intercepts a telegram for Roy from Ann, realizes his actual child is on the train, freaks out, and runs after Roy.
Meanwhile, Jay’s Flash sense is tingling, by which I mean he somehow senses there’s danger ahead, so he runs out to look. He stops the dynamite and…
“How dare The Flash save Ann, which I was rushing to do! I’ll fix his wagon!”
Let’s move on to Chapter 4 instead of saving it for tomorrow…. Where do we stand?
I’m finishing this today even if it maims me. Let’s see where we are.
The Threat is at large!
Roy is in jail, and kinda Emo:
Boo-hoo, kid. Maybe you shouldn’t have tried to murder an entire trainload of people.
Ann is in denial
Victimized? Lady, the person you still think is your brother just tried to murder scores of people. His motives don’t really matter. Still, Jay goes to Jim Kelly, and shows himself to be the only person in this comic with two brain cells to rub together.
Gotta love Jim Kelly “What, you think I should have mentioned that a convicted felon, whom I had convicted, was in my home at the time of the kidnapping? Hnh.” Especially love “Oh my G-d, my son is in prison!” Dude, your son is a convicted attempted murderer and career criminal.
Tune in tomorrow, where it gets #$%ed up. That’s right, it’s not yet!