DC Comics Classics Library: The Flash of Two Worlds Gardner Fox
Publisher: DC Comics
DC Comics Classics Library: The Flash of Two Worlds By Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino, John Broome and friends. Then he drew the issue which created the concept of DC's multiverse with the "Flash of Two Worlds" story in which the new Flash encountered the Golden Age Flash of Earth-Two. All of these are some way or another in other hardcover collections, meant to be more complete for fans of those individual titles. I know Roots of the Swamp Thing doesn't, since I have that one, and from what I've read, Flash of Two Worlds doesn't either. DC Comics Classic Library: The Flash of Two Worlds, 2009. Artist: Curt Swan Collects: Superman #232-238, 240-242 (1971) Published: DC, 2009; $39.99. DC Comics Presents: The Flash #1, 2011. Rogues, Flash #130, 1962, DC Special #8: Wanted: The World's Most Dangerous Villains, 1970. The year was 1971, and things at DC Comics were changing. (Contiene DC Comics Classics Library: The Flash of Two Worlds) di Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino, John Broome 9788866914266 16,2×25,2, B+al, 144 pp, col. Anyway, it'll have to suffice until DC get around to producing the definitive collection of these classics. Y: The Last Man never fails to impress, so follow me along as I read through all the trades. The first in the new DC COMICS CLASSICS LIBRARY line collecting memorable tales in their entirety, this volume contains SUPERMAN #233-238 and #240-242 and contains a momentous story for the Man of Tomorrow that you won't want to miss! As I stated yesterday on the CCL Blog, I was going to review the DC Comics Classics Library Justice League of America by George Perez Volume 1 (of 2). Longtime Superman editor Mort Weisinger had retired and been replaced by .