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"Case One: The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues, Part Four": Barry Allen is still guilty, and he has to prove to them that he did not kill Mirror Monarch. He tries, but to no avail. these time traveling cops are defiantly determined to put him in prison, all except for one. The strange Renegade th


Quote1 One thing you should remember about me, Digger. I don't mind running. Quote2
-- The Flash



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Synopsis for "Case One: The Dastardly Deaths of the Rogues, Part Four"

Barry Allen is still guilty, and he has to prove to them that he did not kill Mirror Monarch. He tries, but to no avail. these time traveling cops are defiantly determined to put him in prison, all except for one. The strange Renegade then helped him to escape and explained to him or at least tried to explain why they were there. But the other strangers now consider them both an enemy, and are even more ticked off, therefore, attacking them both. They try to escape once again but when Barry realizes that this won't work, he turns right around and starts to fight back.

After a long while of fighting, and after the defeat of The Renegades, The Flash says that if they explain themselves fully, he will stop, but they regroup, and run away. The Flash, once again turns into his self again. and goes to the lab to help solve the murder case of the person in the Mirror Master costume, only to find out that the renegades may be right. The DNA analysis confirms that the killer is Barry Allen.



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  • This book was first published on July 28, 2010.
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