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The Flash (1959) - #179
"The Flash -- Fact or Fiction?"
DC Comics

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Julius Schwartz

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Cover Date: May 1968
Cover Price: US $ 0.12

Issue Tagline: Fact or Fiction --- You Be The Judge!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 23 pages

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Letters Column: Flash-Grams

While battling an alien creature called the Nok, the Flash is hurled across the vibrational barrier to emerge on a new world: Earth Prime! On this earth there are no super-heroes, but their exploits are published in comic book magazines, in much the same way that the Earth-2 heroes appear as fictional characters in the comics of Earth-1. To get back home, Flash enlists the help of the only Earth-Prime resident who will believe his story: Julie Schwartz, the editor of DC Comics.

Reprinted/Collected in:
The Flash: The Greatest Stories Ever Told (2007) TPB vol. 01
The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told (1991) HC vol. 01
The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told (1991) TPB vol. 01
Showcase Presents: The Flash (2007) TPB vol. 04

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