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The Flash Vol 1 217

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The Flash Vol 1 217

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"The Flash Times Five Is Fatal!": A computer of Prof. Ira West’s goes haywire and, in order to cover up a mistake, splits the Flash into five Flashes.



Appearing in "The Flash Times Five Is Fatal!"

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Synopsis for "The Flash Times Five Is Fatal!"

A computer of Prof. Ira West’s goes haywire and, in order to cover up a mistake, splits the Flash into five Flashes.

Appearing in "The Killing of an Archer"

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  • "Ricky" (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "The Killing of an Archer"

While tracking a thug in Star City, Green Arrow is ambushed and outnumbered. With an arm that has been injured several times in recent months, his archery isn't as accurate as it should be, but he risks firing an arrow to disarm a sniper. He is horrified when his bad arm causes him to miss his shot and kill the sniper.

In Coast City, Green Lantern returns home and begins searching for a new job when he receives a call from Dinah Lance who wants him to check on Oliver. Hal flies over to Oliver's tenement, arriving before anyone else. He finds Oliver's arrows broken and his costume shredded. Outside, he hears three thugs attacking an old man. Green Lantern apprehends them, but, as it turns out, they had planted a bomb in Oliver's cellar as revenge and it soon explodes, leaving the question open as to Oliver's fate.

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