Impulse: Reckless Youth (2020)

Impulse Reckless Youth Raised in a virtual reality lab in the th century young Bart Allen has arrived in our era to learn what the real world is like After being saved from death by the Flash Impulse settles down to att
  • Title: Impulse: Reckless Youth
  • Author: Mark Waid Humberto Ramos Wayne Faucher Carlos Pacheco Mike Wieringo José Marzán Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781563892769
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Raised in a virtual reality lab in the 30th century, young Bart Allen has arrived in our era to learn what the real world is like After being saved from death by the Flash, Impulse settles down to attend junior high school and be trained by Max Mercury, mysterious Zen master of speed Can Bart manage to balance a superhero identity and high school in an era he s not familRaised in a virtual reality lab in the 30th century, young Bart Allen has arrived in our era to learn what the real world is like After being saved from death by the Flash, Impulse settles down to attend junior high school and be trained by Max Mercury, mysterious Zen master of speed Can Bart manage to balance a superhero identity and high school in an era he s not familiar with
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    One Reply to “Impulse: Reckless Youth”

    1. Once again, Bart is adorable I feel like it s impossible for me to dislike anything from Mark Waid if it s speedster related.

    2. I might ve given this a 3 for liked it but not extraordinary, but actually it avoids all the boring teen stuff I was expecting and does a good version of a sidekick story I originally had doubts about insisting Impulse go to public middle school, but I actually see that he does need to learn how to associate with humans and that it s helping him rather than being stupid And MAX MERCURY IS THE BEST Expectation Adults being stupid and causing all the teenager s problems Reality AWESOME DUDE taking [...]

    3. Eh I got this because I ve been catching up on Flash This was divided into two parts The first half was the origin of Bart Allen from the Flash comics The second half was the start of the Impulse solo series that takes place much later I really enjoyed the Flash part, but the Impulse solo series was a little flat It felt like a ripoff Robin story Not great Plus there s no middle Apparently Flash training Impulse and subsequently taking him to stay with Max Mercury happens in some issues that wer [...]

    4. Impulse is one of the best and most fun superheroes of all time This isn t the best and most fun collection of all time the first half is a necessarily incomplete chunk of the Flash storyline where Impulse was introduced, while the second is his solo series finding its footing but it is very good and lots of fun Recommended if you like superhero slice of life and enthusiastic dogooders.

    5. Best way to introduce Impulse He grew up without a guardian, just plugged into a virtual reality I read this to learn of the beginnings of Impulse, because I had no idea how he originally got started when he went from future to present.

    6. I can t help but love this book Impulse, as a character, is the kind of fun that comic books are supposed to be Personally, I d like DC to convert this whole series to digital so I could read and reread at will.

    7. Que buen comic, al fin veo la introducci n de Bart Allen Me gusto la historia aunque aun tengo mucho que aprender de Flash.

    8. After I got over the sort of gross artwork, this had its sitcomic charm interesting from an early 90 s teen drama standpoint.

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