Appearing in "The Flash Times Five Is Fatal!"
Synopsis for "The Flash Times Five Is Fatal!"
A computer of Prof. Ira West’s goes haywire and, in order to cover up a mistake, splits the Flash into five Flashes.
Appearing in "The Killing of an Archer"
- "Ricky" (Only appearance; dies)
Synopsis for "The Killing of an Archer"
Thanks to a blow on his injured arm impairing his aim, Green Arrow accidentally kills an opponent and renounces his superheroic identity. Dinah Lance puts Green Lantern on his trail, but he becomes involved in battling the gang to which Green Arrow's victim belonged, and all are caught in a bomb-blast.
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- Green Arrow and Black Canary
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- Flash (comics) at Wikipedia.org
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- Green Arrow Unofficial Compendium
- Green Arrow at Wold Newton Universe
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- Green Arrow at the DC Animated Universe Wikia
- Green Arrow at Adherents
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