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The Flash Vol 1 219

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The Flash Vol 1 219

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"The Million Dollar Deathtrap!": The Top makes a million-dollar bet with Mirror Master that he cannot escape prison and destroy the Flash with top-weapons hidden in the outer world, and the Mirror Master takes him up on it.



Appearing in "The Million Dollar Deathtrap!"

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Synopsis for "The Million Dollar Deathtrap!"

The Top makes a million-dollar bet with Mirror Master that he cannot escape prison and destroy the Flash with top-weapons hidden in the outer world, and the Mirror Master takes him up on it.

Appearing in "The Fate of the Archer"

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  • Rink Willard (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Fate of the Archer"

It's been two months since Oliver Queen went missing, and Black Canary is using a payphone when suddenly, a car smashes through it, hitting her. Green Lantern arrives on the scene, but the on-scene doctor notes that Dinah's rare blood type will make it difficult to save her. Fortunately, Hal knows that she shares the blood type with Oliver.

Green Lantern investigates the wreckage of the Arrowplane, but finds a scavenger there. The scavenger is apprehended, but he swears revenge to himself. Afterwards, Green Lantern discovers the Ashram, where Oliver is arguing with his mentor over the validity of Zen Archery. Without ceremony, Hal explains Dinah's predicament. Oliver is visibly shaken, and begrudgingly agrees to return to civilization, without argument. Before he leaves, Oliver's mentor leaves him a parting gift of a bow — a bow which he asks Oliver to destroy once he has passed beyond it.

As they are leaving, though, they are attacked by Rink Willard, the scavenger, who entraps Green Lantern in a yellow pool of goo, and ties Oliver to a tree. Fortunately, Oliver manages to free himself using a sharp arrowhead against his ropes, and soon fires an arrow that incapacitates, but does not kill his assailant. Within an hour, Green Lantern is saved, and Oliver is giving Dinah the blood transfusion she needs to survive.

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  • This is the last Green Arrow backup story.[1]



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  1. The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, 30th Edition (2000). Flash, The, p. 440. HarperCollins Publishers, New York. ISBN 0060957344.

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