- If this isn't a case for the Flash, I'm the original slowpoke!
- -- Jay Garrick
Appearing in "The Fall Guy"Edit
Synopsis for "The Fall Guy"EditWhile driving through the city, Jay Garrick accidentally hits a man with his car. His insurance agent suggests that it could have been part of a racket. Sure enough, when the agent produces pictures of known criminals, Jay recognizes the man he hit. As the Flash, he goes to the hospital and grabs the man, taking him to the building of his lawyer, Gypper Zilich. Frightened, Zilich confesses to being part of many different fake accidents around the city. After learning of planned crimes, the Flash runs around stopping them and bringing all the culprits back to Zilich's office. When Bridges, the head of the accident racket, arrives on the scene, the Flash locks the entire gang in the office and swiftly brings the D.A. and police to arrest them.
Appearing in "Hawkman"Edit
Synopsis for "Hawkman"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- "The Fall Guy" is reprinted the Golden Age Flash Archives, Volume 2.
- Hawkman is reprinted in Golden Age Hawkman Archives 1.
- Aside from the stories above, this issue contains:
- No trivia.
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- Cover gallery for the Flash Comics series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Flash (comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Flash Official Website
- Flash: Those Who Ride the Lightning
- Flash Index at Crimson Lightning
- Flash at TV Tropes
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
This page may contain some of the same content as the DC Database article. A more complete and current article is at the DC Comics Database Flash Comics Vol 1 19.