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The Flash 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive

by Various
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Release Date: 2019-11-12
Genre: Superheroes
Pages: 400 pages
ISBN 13: 9781401298135
ISBN 10: 1401298133
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Synopsis : The Flash 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive written by Various, published by which was released on 2019-11-12. Download The Flash 80 Years of the Fastest Man Alive Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. DC is celebrating the 80th anniversary of The Fastest Man Alive with, Showcase- 80 Years of The Flash! -- Over the past eight decades, The Flash has remained at the forefront of popular culture, which is in no small part thanks to all of his amazing over the years spanning various series and eras! Celebrate 80 Years of the Flash with DC, as we revisit classic stories from comics from the 1940s and onward, featuring some of The Flash's greatest allies and villains and work from some of the greatest creators ever to grace the graphic-literature medium!

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