Traumatic Childhood: Overdrive
This review will probably spoil the crap out of this comic, so look out. I'm reading all the villain month issues to give the new reader perspective and I don't know anything about this new Reverse Flash.
Exceptional art on this one. Seriously I love the style and when this issue does the villain month thing of showing the title it does it in a much better way than the other issues I've read. Reverse Flash's origins are explained pretty well and it's pretty good to jump into as a new reader. Reverse Flash's motivation seems logical as a emotional choice and you get a good understanding of what makes him tick. The issue has a very good ending that caught me off guard.
Maybe it's because of villain month burning me out, but I'm tried of Traumatic Childhoods and that's what most of this issue is. I also don't like that everything that goes wrong in Reverse Flash's adult life is basically Flash's fault as it feels a bit contrived and cliched as far as superhero comics go.
Overall: This was a pretty nice issue that did a good job introducing how a newer villains works to new readers. If you're reading Flash this is definitely a comic you need to get and if you're interested in getting into Flash comics this issue with worth a look.