The Flash was the character at the heart of the Flashpoint
event. It was his use of the Speed Force that shattered reality and created the New 52.So, it's only appropriate that The Flash has been one of the most consistently satisfying titles in the whole New 52.
That run continues in the new collection Savage World. Collecting The Flash 36-40 and Secret Origins 7, Savage World is a tale of two very different Barrys.
From the back cover -
Traveling from 20 years hence, a future version of Barry Allen has managed to seal a rupture in the Speed Force, the very preternatural force from which his powers flow. But though space and time are safe once again, there are unforeseen consequences to his actions. While future Flash remains in the present day, his bewildered counterpart is pulled through the rift, becoming trapped in the Speed Force itself.
Written by Van Jensen and Robert Venditti with art by Brett Booth, Savage World takes a long look at exactly what it means to be a hero.
I really enjoyed this collection. The Future Flash storyline veered into Vigilante territory with a Flash twist and a touch of Minority Report. Watching the Flash try to escape from within the Speed Force with the assistance from others who are also trapped was a storyline worthy of the Flash's long and storied history.
Savage World is available now and is highly recommended.