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"American Gothic": This story is reprinted from The Flash #310.



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  • Judy (First appearance)
  • Vern Copeland

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Synopsis for "American Gothic"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #310.

At the Tower of Fate, Kent Nelson observes the Orb of Nabu and sees visions of global catastrophe. Inza wants him to remain at home, but he knows that he must answer these emergencies as Doctor Fate. Fate flies tracks the mystic signatures to a cornfield in Iowa. There, he finds a strange red jewel embedded inside of an ear of corn. A farmer approaches and levels a shotgun at Fate, demanding that he leaves the property. Fate attempts to immobilize the farmer so that he can return to his analysis, but there is more to this man than meets the eye. The being sheds his appearance as a common farmer, and opens up a mystic portal, which draws Doctor Fate inside.

Meanwhile, Vern Copeland, the director at the Boston Museum of Natural History attempts to contact Kent Nelson concerning a twenty-year old excavation known as the Nimrud dig. Unable to find Kent, he instead arranges to have dinner with Inza Nelson.

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Synopsis for "Rogue Gods"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #311.

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Synopsis for "Blood on the Sun"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #312.

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Synopsis for "Crimson Testament"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #313.

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