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Flash Vol 2 183


Flash Vol 2 183

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"Crossfire Prologue: Tricked!": Trickster is stealing and uses various wacky gadgets to foil the police.

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Synopsis for "Crossfire Prologue: Tricked!"

Trickster is stealing and uses various wacky gadgets to foil the police. Fred Chyre and Jared Morillo, who is actually Plunder[1], are talking. Fred has his suspicions that something is wrong when Jared calls him "Fred" instead of Chyre, doesn't jump to take a phone call from his wife, is generally antagonistic, and his scar is on the wrong side of his face. He suddenly challenges Jared with, "where's my partner?".

Iris Allen reminisces about living in the future and how different it is to raise a baby without robot maids. Wally West receives news that Jesse Quick's business has gone bankrupt and Max Mercury has gone missing. Her refers to Cyborg being in trouble who was currently being attacked in an alley. Wally runs to Hunter Zolomon's office to get information as he claims he is piecing the puzzle together on Trickster and a lot of other crimes. Suddenly, trickster shows up at the office and puts Flash in a hard-candy, polymer shell. Zolomon cracks open the shell for Flash to get loose.

The Network is shown for the first time, Blacksmith thanks Trickster for saving The Network from being revealed by Zoloman. Blacksmith finds out Rainbow Raider is working without the Networks's authority and runs to stop him.

The Garrick's inform Wally, Linda, and Iris that they're moving to Denver because Jay's mom has Leukemia[2].


  • This book was first published on February 27, 2002.
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