I finished up my big pile of Flash comics. A few stray issues from the end of Wally's series, a couple oneshots, and a couple mini series.
Flash 231, 240, 246. Nothing worth mentioning.
Flash 1,000,000. Part of Grant Morrison's fever dream crossover.
Flash 80 Page Giant 1. From 1998. Several short stories featuring, Wally, Jesse Quick, Jay, Impulse, John Fox, etc. This also brings up another pet peeve o' mine. When writers write themselves into the story as characters. Mark Millar writes the final story as the newly hired writer on the Flash comic and he "meets" Wally to discuss story ideas. Such a pretentious douche story cliche. Ugh.
Time Flies. The aforementioned Prestige Book written by John Rozum and drawn by Seth Fisher.
Flash + Nightwing oneshot. Dick and Wally head to New Orleans on vacation to solve the murder of an eccentric billionaire. The entire thing turns into an alien invasion. It started good and then lost me.
Flash/Green Lantern: Brave and the Bold. Six issue mini from 1999. At a point when both Barry and Hal were dead, Mark Waid did a nostalgia book set at various points in the past where the original Flash and GL team up. In hindsight, not as special since both of them are back and Wally never existed. But still a fun, decent read.
Flashpoint. Not the giant douchey crossover that wrecked the DCU. This was a 3 issue Elseworlds book from 1999 drawn by Norm Breyfogle. Set in an alternate world where Barry saved JFK, and stopped the VietNam war and the Cold War. JFK has become president for life and the space program made it to Mars in the 90s. Pretty cool premise.
"Say Jim! Whoo! That is a bad outfit! Whoooo!"