I don’t remember the exact years…nineties, was it? This writer William Messner-Loebs had Wally from shortly after Barry Allen’s death for what was a run of several years. His Wally was an uncomplicated young man who had become the fastest man alive. He was naive, luckless and often scrounging to get by…he often had to crash with his contentious mom.
There was an easy wit to the stories, William M-L had a wry and affectionate way with his cast, and the story lines were inventive and surprising.
It may be I’m remembering this too fondly, but I wish I’d kept that run of comics…compendiums were not so inevitable back then. Anybody else recall my old pal Wally from back in the day?