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A Cavalcade of Christmas is Coming!

A Cavalcade of Christmas is Coming!

FLASH-back to December 1944.... COMIC CAVALCADE Vol.1, No.9, December 1944; Cover Art: Everett E. Hibbard; Writer: William Moulton Marston; Penciler: Harry G. Peter; Inker: Harry G. Peter In this issue of the anthology series, Jay Garrick is considered the best liar at the Liars’ Club, or at least he was; now it appears to be [...]
It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

Will 'The Flash' Stop The Flash-Flood?! THE FLASH Vol.1, No.110, January 1960; Cover Art: Carmine Infantino, Joe Giella; Writer: John Broome; Penciler: Carmine Infantino; Inker: Murphy Anderson Two debuts for the price of one!  In the first story, a new threat has emerged in the form of the Weather Wizard, whose wand allows him to [...]
It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

ALL-FLASH Quarterly! ALL-FLASH Vol.1, No.1, June 1941;  Cover Art:  Everett E. Hibbard;  Writer:  Gardner Fox;  Penciler:  Everett E. Hibbard;  Inker:  Everett E. Hibbard This action-packed 68-page anthology leads off with a retelling of The Flash’s origin.  Then,  Mr. Norris has created a Medusa-like serum that turns living things to stone,  and when it predictably falls [...]
It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

It’s a Flashback Friday with…. THE FLASH!

"The Day FLASH Ran Away with HIMSELF!" THE FLASH Vol.1, No.154, August 1965;  Cover Art:  Carmine Infantino;  Writer:  Gardner Fox;  Penciler:  Carmine Infantino;  Inker:  Joe Giella When The Flash loses control of his powers,  it’s a recipe for chaos and the beginning of a mad chase to find an antidote.  Suffering from bursts of uncontrollable [...]
OH NO!!!  What Happened to The Scarlet Speedster?!?!

OH NO!!!  What Happened to The Scarlet Speedster?!?!

It's a Flashback Friday with.... THE FLASH! THE FLASH Vol.1, No.186, March 1969;  Cover Art:  Ross Andru;  Writer:  Mike Friedrich;  Penciler:  Ross Andru;  Inker:  Mike Esposito There’s something superbly macabre about a lot of The Flash’s memorable covers from years past, and this one is a doozy.  But that’s nothing compared to the story within, [...]
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