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Flash Comics (1940-) #1 by Gardner F. FoxThe first story of the original Flash, Jay Garrick! This was a really interesting and great first story! Really enjoyed reading this character as a young man and would love to read more of his stories!
The origins of the Hawkman and Hawkgirl! I loved how well this story was told and you saw their first lives, somewhat briefly but still, it was pretty cool! What I didnt like was that Carter Hall suddenly had a Hawkman costume. Like, why would he have made one before realising his past? However, after the flashbacks to the past, the story gets a bit choppy and a little confusing! Overall, an alright first story that I did enjoy reading!
Flash Comics #1 – 104 (1940-1949)
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Flash Comics #1: Origin and First Appearance of The Flash
The Flash in Justice League: War. Each of them redefined the word "hero. The mysterious power known as the Speed Force is an energy field that has, over the centuries, granted incredible powers of velocity to certain heroes. Ever since the days of World War II, there has been a man clad in red who can run at impossible speeds, using his power to save lives and defend those who cannot defend themselves. All between the ticks of a second. In the s, college student Jay Garrick acquired his super-speed abilities in a random lab accident and became the first DC Super Hero to go by the name the Flash. But, when Barry returned, he became the Flash once again.
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