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"Post-Crisis": Flash and Linda Park kiss for the first time in a month since they disconnected a month ago. Linda tells Wally she never meant on leaving, she just needed to clear her heard to know what was right and what was a lie in her head



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Synopsis for "Post-Crisis"

Flash and Linda Park kiss for the first time in a month since they disconnected a month ago. Linda tells Wally she never meant on leaving, she just needed to clear her heard to know what was right and what was a lie in her head. She admits she likes the secret identity as her parents think he's just a blue-collar Keystone Kid.

A storm hits Keystone City, as Weather Wizard is upset and sad about the funeral and loss of his friend, Digger Harkness. Owen Mercer shows off in front of all the Rogues and throws a boomerang through the coffin showing it's empty. He reveals his super-speed by zipping around to catch a thrown boomerang and the Rogues question if he is a speedster.

At Iron Heights, Cheetah stops by Professor Zoom's holding cell and tells him he's playing possum. She can hear his heartbeat and knows he's ok. Zoom responds and smiles.

The Rogues go on a riot and looting rampage with boomerangs as homage to Digger Harkness.

Batman approaches Wally when he's at work and tells him he needs to take care of his 'Rogues' since Boomerang was able to kill Jack Drake.[1] Wally tells him it's not as easy as he makes it sound and belittles Batman's villains. He tells Batman to tell Tim Drake what he told Dick Grayson when he left for the Teen Titans. Wally says Batman only said it once, but it meant the world to Dick.

Owen considers joining the Rogues but says he needs a favor first before joining.

James Jesse and Pied Piper discuss not going to the funeral. James says that they have to follow orders. He says, "they want the Rogues' taken down for good" as he turns to look at the body of Captain Boomerang hooked up to machinery and performing some type of operation on his brain.



Notes

  • This book was first published on December 29, 2004.This issue is a tie-in to Identity Crisis.

It is recommended you read Identity Crisis #7 before this issue.

Trivia

This issue contains an order form for Flash 1/2



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