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"The Rag Doll Runs Wild!": The Flash helps the Earth-Two Flash apprehend the Rag Doll after a series of mishaps convince Jay Garrick that he may be getting too old to be a super-hero. But the “accidents” turn



Appearing in "The Rag Doll Runs Wild!"

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Synopsis for "The Rag Doll Runs Wild!"

The Flash helps the Earth-Two Flash apprehend the Rag Doll after a series of mishaps convince Jay Garrick that he may be getting too old to be a super-hero. But the “accidents” turn out to be machinations of the Thinker.

Appearing in "Half a Green Lantern Is Better Than None!"

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Synopsis for "Half a Green Lantern Is Better Than None!"

This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #29.

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Black Hand -- the criminal who cannot fail!

As Green Lantern busts up various crimes, William Hand is on the scene to absorb ambient energy from his power ring in order to power a device which William intends to use to send Green Lantern to another dimension. Taking on the costumed identity of Black Hand, William issues a challenge to the Green Lantern by contacting him directly through his power ring.

Meeting the challenge, Green Lantern is shocked when Black Hand begins making his body transport to another dimension, however he stops the process about half way by freezing the devices control knob with his power ring. A battle rages across the city, but Green Lantern is unable to defeat his foe because he is only half as powerful, allowing Black Hand to get away.

When he crashes in on a banquet hosted by his brothers, Black Hand reveals his true identity to them and boasts over his superiority. Suddenly, Green Lantern arrives, apparently whole and is able to defeat Black Hand. Revealing that it was a hoax and that he used his power ring and a mirror to make the illusion that he was whole again. Gaining control of Black Hand's Power Rod to restore himself before turning Black Hand over to the police.

Appearing in "Secret of the Handicapped Boys!"

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Synopsis for "Secret of the Handicapped Boys!"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #133.

Up early on a day off from school, Wally West changes into Kid Flash and races off to the Sunfield Camp for Handicapped Children located on Blue Hill where he is scheduled to make an appearance for the disabled children that are attending the camp this year.

There Kid Flash puts on a display of a number of super feats, such as racing against marathon runners, grabbing flags and capturing a basket full of apples that is dumped out of a tree without letting any touch the ground. After the display, Kid Flash takes time to rest and remark over a number of the disabled children getting by even with their handicaps. While grabbing a hot meal, Kid Flash finds a message taped to the bottom of his plate asking him to go to a meeting at an old cabin up the trail.

Going to investigate he finds Freddy Garson (a mute), Dave Dent (who is deaf) and Harry Watkins (who is blind) all waiting for him. There the three children admit that they have accidentally deduced Kid Flash's secret identity. Harry recognizing that Kid Flash and Wally's voices are the same, Dave noticing the similarities by reading Kid Flash's lips, and Freddy recognizing the similar hand writing. The three boys are worried about what to do, and before Kid Flash can answer the rotted deck that Harry is standing on break and he is due for a serious and potentially fatal fall, but is saved by harm from Kid Flash.

Before leaving, Kid Flash -- without admitting or denying the boys discovery -- tells them that regardless of the truth the best thing that they can do is keep the secret of Kid Flash's identity and leaves. A few days later, Wally receives a package in the mail signed by his "three biggest fans", inside is a small statue of the wise monkeys (see no evil, hear no evil, say no evil) and realizes that the boys have decided to keep the secret of Kid Flash's identity a secret.

Appearing in "The Man Who Wore Ten Hats!"

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Wore Ten Hats!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #117.

Appearing in "The Secret City"

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  • Dale Thomas (Flashback and main story)
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Synopsis for "The Secret City"

This story is reprinted from All-Flash #31.

Appearing in "The Girl from the Super-Fast Dimension!"

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Synopsis for "The Girl from the Super-Fast Dimension!"

This story is reprinted from The Flash #145.

A girl from a super-fast dimension comes to Earth and meets and befriends the Flash, who is convinced she is connected to mysterious explosions that happen in her presence.

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