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"The Flash In Cartoon-Land!": Abra Kadabra sucks the Flash inside a TV set and makes him a prisoner in a world of cartoon characters, and only a boy Barry Allen was babysitting can save him.
Appearing in "The Flash In Cartoon-Land!"
- Dustin Barton
- Dustin's mother
- Iris Allen (Mentioned only)
- Central City Park
- The home of the Allens
- 64th Century (Mentioned only)
- Abra Kadabra's Wonder Wand
- Flash's Costume Ring
Synopsis for "The Flash In Cartoon-Land!"
Abra Kadabra sucks the Flash inside a TV set and makes him a prisoner in a world of cartoon characters, and only a boy Barry Allen was babysitting can save him.
Appearing in "When Money Grows on Trees!"
- Timmy Dennison
- Victor Dennison
- Dennison's Den
- S.T.A.R. Labs
- Poisoned money
Synopsis for "When Money Grows on Trees!"
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Appearing in "Snare of the Headline Huntress!"
- Daphne Dean (First appearance)
- Mr. Fowler (First appearance)
- Henry Allen (First appearance)
- Nora Allen (First appearance)
- Gang of Thieves
- Fallville, Iowa
- Civic Center
- Farmer Judson's Field
- Sweet Shop
Synopsis for "Snare of the Headline Huntress!"
This story is reprinted from The Flash #126.
On a train to Fallville, Iowa, actress Daphne Dean's press agent, Mr. Fowler, explains his latest publicity stunt: by pretending to reignite her relationship with childhood sweetheart Barry Allen. He had planned the trip to Fallville, and Daphne's upcoming movie release, to coincide with Barry's trip home to visit his parents.
Barry, who was also on the train, is seen by Daphne, who offers him a seat at their table. After the train arrives, the two decide to spend the afternoon together catching up.
That night, Barry dreams that he, as a young boy dressed as the Flash, rescues a young Daphne from a charging bull. In the morning, he decides to tell Daphne about his relationship with Iris.
Fowler had organized a Civil War-themed ball that night to publicize Daphne's movie, and Barry is invited. Daphne, who is wearing extremely valuable jewelry, reenacts a scene from the movie in which she, a Confederate spy, is captured by Union soldiers. However, after the reenactment, the men who were originally cast to play the four soldiers appear, announcing that they had been jumped by a gang, which now had Daphne and the jewels. Barry quickly changes into the Flash and chases after them, easily apprehending them.
Several days later, Barry leaves Fallville, thanking Daphne for their time together, but explaining that his heart lies with Iris. Fowler is extremely excited - the jewel robbery created a great deal of press about Daphne and her movie. Daphne, however, realizes that, even though she had not wanted to, she had fallen back in love with Barry.
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