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"Superman's Race With the Flash!": Superman and The Flash agree to a race around the world to benefit the United Nations. But two rival gambling syndicates set traps for the hero that they have individually bet against.
Appearing in "Superman's Race With the Flash!"
- Ajax Import Company
- Dr. Werner von Broder
- Mr. Vincent
- Capt. Cold (Mentioned only)
- Enterprises International de Europe
- Dr. Robert Carson
- Monsieur de Paul
- Luthor (Mentioned only)
- Allah (Mentioned only)
- Bret Bradley (On a TV or computer screen)
- Buddha (Mentioned only)
- Metropolis Police Department
- United Nations
- Secretary General
- Brazzaville (Mentioned only)
- Victoria Falls
- Asia (Flashback and main story)
- Rangoon (Mentioned only)
- Benares (Mentioned only)
- Ganges River
- Lucknow (Mentioned only)
- North Atlantic
- Mexico (Mentioned only)
- Acapulco (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Superman's Race With the Flash!"
Superman and The Flash agree to a race around the world to benefit the United Nations. But two rival gambling syndicates set traps for the hero that they have individually bet against.
- This book was first published on June 20, 1967.
- Reprinted in Limited Collectors' Edition #C-48, Superman vs. the Flash and The Flash: A Celebration of 75 Years.
- The race is said to take place on Saturday, June 10th, making it 1967.
- The UN Secretary General in 1967 was U Thant, but the depicted SG does not resemble him.
- No trivia.
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- The Flash Recommended Reading
Links and References
- Superman at Wikipedia.org
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