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"The Man Who Stole Central City!": On the 86th world in Dimension 24, an advanced civilization has taken particular interest in the exploits of the Earth dimension's hero the Flash. The Teacher, Mr. Elider, travels to their neighboring dimention one a year to ta
Appearing in "The Man Who Stole Central City!"
- Lefty Dolan Gang (Single appearance)
- Lefty (Single appearance)
- Modrie Odriex (Single appearance)
- Mr. Elider (Single appearance)
- Pgrie (Single appearance)
- Dimension 24
- Central City
- Central City Jail
- Central City
- K-Camerax (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Man Who Stole Central City!"
On the 86th world in Dimension 24, an advanced civilization has taken particular interest in the exploits of the Earth dimension's hero the Flash. The Teacher, Mr. Elider, travels to their neighboring dimention one a year to take a photo copy of the world using his K-Camerax machine. This photo copy of the world he takes back to their dimension for them to study. The difference is this photo copy of earth is one hour in advance to what is actually happening.
One member of this society, Modrie, decides to travel to Earth and use his advanced science and knowledge of Earth events to make himself a rich man.
Arriving on Earth and disguising himself as Mr. Odriex, Modrie makes it rich and refuses to pay his taxes making him a criminal. However, he is uncatchable due to his advance weapons that allow him to shunt any means of capture to another dimension.
Flash suits up to approach Mr. Odriex. Odriex knows he is coming due to his ability to see into the future. When Mr. Elider sees this, he travels to Earth to warn the Flash.
Flash moves faster than the naked eye can see since all the photo copy does is allow them to see the future. Flash easily defeats Modrie and turns him over to the police, who do not believe that he is from another dimension.
Flash gives an exclusive to Iris West about his encounter.
Appearing in "The Race to Thunder Hill!"
- Kitty Clark (Single appearance)
- Rudolph West (First appearance)
- Blue Valley, Nebraska
- Thunder Hill
- Thunder Hill Police Department
Synopsis for "The Race to Thunder Hill!"
Wally West and his friend Jimmy are hanging out near a treeline. Wally spots his classmate, Kitty Clark, who Jimmy thinks has a crush on Wally. When Wally spots Kitty's horse being stung by a bee and taking off, he transforms into the Flash to save her. When he calls her by her name, she finds it odd that Kid Flash would know her name.
Wally races home to help his father in a car race in the nearby town Thunder Hill. As they are racing, two criminals manage to force them off the road and hold them hostage. Bob West is knocked out and placed in an abandoned him with Wally. Wally takes this opportunity to free himself and stop the criminals. He frees his father and they quickly get back to the race. The Wests win the race together in spite of the interference.
- This issue is reprinted in The Flash Archives Vol. 2, The Flash Omnibus Vol. 1, and The Flash Chronicles Vol. 3.
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Links and References
- Flash (comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Flash Official Website
- Flash: Those Who Ride the Lightning
- Flash Index at Crimson Lightning
- Flash at TV Tropes
- ↑ Flash Vol 1 132