DC Comics Classics Library: The Flash of Two Worlds by Gardner Fox
DC Comics Classics Library: The Flash of Two Worlds Gardner Fox ebook
Publisher: DC Comics
Another little thing I was very happy to see was “A Word from the Publisher” where Paul Levitz spends a couple of hundred words defining just what the DC Comics Classic Library is, exactly. The Flash of Two Worlds (the origin of the original multiverse) ships in July. From 1961,"The Flash of Two Worlds" in The Flash #123 was written by Gardner Fox and drawn by Carmine Infantino and Joe Giella. As great as this story is, it reveals a major flaw of the "Greatest Stories" series -- full covers are not reprinted, and the "Flash of Two Worlds" cover is one of the most quintessential Flash images (although the panel of two Flashes (Flash #179, May 1968): To my memory, The Flash was one of the only DC heroes to know he existed in a comic book (over at Marvel, Dr. DC Comics Classic Library The Flash of Two Worlds Buy/More Info. This classic tale brought was the first story in the Silver Age to star just the Golden Age DC heroes. Doom once met Stan Lee and Jack Kirby), and this story is clearly in the volume as a testament to that. Earth-One/Earth-Two: The DC Comics Multiverse was created, or at least first acknowledged, in 1961 with Gardner Fox's seminal “Flash of Two-Worlds” in The Flash (vol. The books The Roots of the Swamp Thing (the Wein/Wrightson stories) is due this month. Paul describes the series as a companion series to the DC Archives, sort of Archives-lite. 1, and the Flash story in a large number of places including the DC Comics Classics Library: Flash of Two Worlds. Of note, it appears that DC intends to continue with this “Classics Library” series with such collections as “Superman: Kryptonite Nevermore”, “The Flash of Two Worlds” and “The Life and Death of Ferro Lad”. Updated shipping information for DC comics and products being released beyond the week of 03/04/2009, provided by Diamond Distribution and our friends at Things From Another World. So often in these tales, a threat, specifically the alliance of three classic Flash villains, the Fiddler, the Thinker , and the Shade cause Barry and Jay to team up and predictably defeat the baddies who are shocked to find two Flashes in the way of their schemes to rob and plunder. THE CHARLTON COMICS READING LIBRARY. Remember, when you order any of these titles, whether here or at your local comic book shop, NOW ..