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Flash Comics Vol 1 36

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Flash Comics Vol 1 36

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"Tale of the Treasure Hunt": When a carnival closes its doors, many of its key performers find themselves without jobs, including Pete Merkel, a contortionist by trade. However, when he adopts the criminal identity of the Rag Doll, the Flash discovers this is one toy that interests the Police mo



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When a carnival closes its doors, many of its key performers find themselves without jobs, including Pete Merkel, a contortionist by trade. However, when he adopts the criminal identity of the Rag Doll, the Flash discovers this is one toy that interests the Police more than it will children.

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Synopsis for "Lost and Found"

While in Gotham City. Hawkman and Hawkgirl must put an end to a crime ring from using a lost and found department for disposing of hot merchandise.

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Appearing in "The Far East"

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Appearing in "A Murder Album"

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Appearing in "The Wheelchair Fund"

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