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Death of Gwen Stacy

The Night Gwen Stacy Died
Gerry Conway
Gil Kane
John Romita (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Gwen Stacy (Death); Harry Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; Robbie Robertson; J. Jonah Jameson; VILLAIN: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Aunt May Parker; Flash Thompson
"The Night Gwen Stacy Died" Harry is raving and bed ridden after once again taking LSD and when his father finds his son's friends gathering around in support, he throws them out. Cracking under the pressure of his damaged son and failing business, Norman regains his memory of being the Green Goblin and the secret identity of his deadliest foe. Trying to get to Spidey where it hurts, the Goblin captures Gwendy and brings her to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. During the fight, Gwen falls from the bridge and when Spider-Man tries to catch her with a web line, her neck snaps.
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Published June 1973 by Marvel Tags: CGC Slabbed Gwen Stacy 9.2 Green Goblin Death

Death of Gwen Stacy

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Story Title
The Night Gwen Stacy Died
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Gil Kane
Cover Art
John Romita (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Gwen Stacy (Death); Harry Osborn; Mary Jane Watson; Robbie Robertson; J. Jonah Jameson; VILLAIN: Green Goblin [Norman Osborn]; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Aunt May Parker; Flash Thompson
Storyline
"The Night Gwen Stacy Died" Harry is raving and bed ridden after once again taking LSD and when his father finds his son's friends gathering around in support, he throws them out. Cracking under the pressure of his damaged son and failing business, Norman regains his memory of being the Green Goblin and the secret identity of his deadliest foe. Trying to get to Spidey where it hurts, the Goblin captures Gwendy and brings her to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. During the fight, Gwen falls from the bridge and when Spider-Man tries to catch her with a web line, her neck snaps.
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Death of Ned Leeds (Hobgoblin)

The Hobgoblin Revealed!
Peter David
Alan Kupperberg; Tom Morgan
Tom Morgan (signed)
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Ned Leeds [as Hobgoblin in flashback]; Wolverine (flashback); Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; J. Jonah Jameson; Robbie Robertson; Betty Leeds; Marla Jamison; Flash Thompson; Blake Tower; VILLAINS: Hobgoblin [Jason Macendale Jr.; Formerly Jack O' Lantern] (1st); Kingpin; Foreigner; Rose; Foreigner's Assassins; CAMEOS: Lance Bannon; Ben Urich
"The Hobgoblin Revealed!" Ned Leeds' body is returned to the States and his family and friends attend his funeral. Peter takes Betty home but finds she is becoming more and more unstable. The new Hobgoblin takes out the Rose's men. Kingpin gives Spidey the file proving Leeds was Hobgoblin. Hobgoblin comes after Spidey for the file and it gets burned up in their battle. Flash Thompson is cleared of the charges that he was Hobgoblin. Peter decides to continue to fight crime as Spider-Man.
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Published June 1987 by Marvel Tags: Ned Leeds Death Hobgoblin

Death of Ned Leeds (Hobgoblin)

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Story Title
The Hobgoblin Revealed!
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Alan Kupperberg; Tom Morgan
Cover Art
Tom Morgan (signed)
Character Appearances
Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; GUESTS: Ned Leeds [as Hobgoblin in flashback]; Wolverine (flashback); Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; J. Jonah Jameson; Robbie Robertson; Betty Leeds; Marla Jamison; Flash Thompson; Blake Tower; VILLAINS: Hobgoblin [Jason Macendale Jr.; Formerly Jack O' Lantern] (1st); Kingpin; Foreigner; Rose; Foreigner's Assassins; CAMEOS: Lance Bannon; Ben Urich
Storyline
"The Hobgoblin Revealed!" Ned Leeds' body is returned to the States and his family and friends attend his funeral. Peter takes Betty home but finds she is becoming more and more unstable. The new Hobgoblin takes out the Rose's men. Kingpin gives Spidey the file proving Leeds was Hobgoblin. Hobgoblin comes after Spidey for the file and it gets burned up in their battle. Flash Thompson is cleared of the charges that he was Hobgoblin. Peter decides to continue to fight crime as Spider-Man.
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Part 5 of Kraven's Last Hunt

Thunder [Kraven's Last Hunt Part 5]
J. M. DeMatteis
Mike Zeck
Mike Zeck
Spider-Man; Kraven (death); Vermin
"Thunder [Kraven's Last Hunt Part 5]" Spider-Man finally catches up with Kraven. The Hunter claims that by "killing" and burying Spidey and putting on his costume to replace him, Kraven has proven himself the superior being. Kraven refuses to battle the web slinger but takes him down to an underground cave where he pits Spidey against Vermin. With Vermin winning the fight, Kraven stops him from killing Spider-Man and lets him run off. Kraven promises that he will never hunt again and sends Spidey out to track down Vermin. Kraven gets in a coffin, puts a shotgun in his mouth and...
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Published November 1987 by Marvel Tags: Kraven the Hunter Death Kraven's Last Hunt

Part 5 of Kraven's Last Hunt

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Story Title
Thunder [Kraven's Last Hunt Part 5]
Writer
J. M. DeMatteis
Interior Art
Mike Zeck
Cover Art
Mike Zeck
Character Appearances
Spider-Man; Kraven (death); Vermin
Storyline
"Thunder [Kraven's Last Hunt Part 5]" Spider-Man finally catches up with Kraven. The Hunter claims that by "killing" and burying Spidey and putting on his costume to replace him, Kraven has proven himself the superior being. Kraven refuses to battle the web slinger but takes him down to an underground cave where he pits Spidey against Vermin. With Vermin winning the fight, Kraven stops him from killing Spider-Man and lets him run off. Kraven promises that he will never hunt again and sends Spidey out to track down Vermin. Kraven gets in a coffin, puts a shotgun in his mouth and...
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Published April 1965 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Baron Zemo

Now, By My Hand, Shall Die a Villain
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby (layouts); Don Heck (pencils)
Jack Kirby
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Wasp; Thor]; Masters of Evil [Baron Heinrich Zemo (death); Black Knight [Nathan Garrett]; Melter; The Executioner; Enchantress]
"Now, By My Hand, Shall Die a Villain" The Avengers battle the Masters of Evil in New York while Captain America trails Zemo to his jungle hideout where the villain has imprisoned Rick Jones. Zemo tries to bring down an avalanche on Cap but the villain is killed instead and the death of Bucky Barnes is finally avenged.
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Published April 1965 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Baron Zemo

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Story Title
Now, By My Hand, Shall Die a Villain
Writer
Stan Lee
Interior Art
Jack Kirby (layouts); Don Heck (pencils)
Cover Art
Jack Kirby
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Giant-Man [Hank Pym]; Wasp; Thor]; Masters of Evil [Baron Heinrich Zemo (death); Black Knight [Nathan Garrett]; Melter; The Executioner; Enchantress]
Storyline
"Now, By My Hand, Shall Die a Villain" The Avengers battle the Masters of Evil in New York while Captain America trails Zemo to his jungle hideout where the villain has imprisoned Rick Jones. Zemo tries to bring down an avalanche on Cap but the villain is killed instead and the death of Bucky Barnes is finally avenged.
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Published September 1967 by Marvel Tags: Origin Death

Origin of Black Widow and Death of Red Guardian

The Valiant Also Die!
Roy Thomas
John Buscema
John Buscema
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Hercules; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Red Guardian [Alexei Alanovich Shostakov]; Colonel Ling; General Brushov
"The Valiant Also Die!" With the Red Guardian as more of the Black Widow's background is shown.
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Published September 1967 by Marvel Tags: Origin Death

Origin of Black Widow and Death of Red Guardian

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Story Title
The Valiant Also Die!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
John Buscema
Character Appearances
Avengers [Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Goliath [Henry Pym]; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Quicksilver [Pietro Maximoff]; Scarlet Witch [Wanda Maximoff]; Wasp [Janet Van Dyne]]; Hercules; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Red Guardian [Alexei Alanovich Shostakov]; Colonel Ling; General Brushov
Storyline
"The Valiant Also Die!" With the Red Guardian as more of the Black Widow's background is shown.
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Published November 1978 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Korvac

The Hope... And the Slaughter!
Jim Shooter
Dave Wenzel
Dave Cockrum (signed)
The Avengers [Hawkeye; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Wonder Man; Thor [Donald Blake]; Yellowjacket [Hank Pym]; Wasp; Hercules; Quicksilver; Jocasta; Black Panther]; Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Moondragon; Hellcat; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Guardians of the Galaxy [Starhawk; Charlie-27; Yondu; Martinex; Nikki]; The Watcher; Eternity; Odin; Zeus; Mephisto; Michael Korvac
"The Hope... And the Slaughter!" The Avengers face Michael.
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Published November 1978 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Korvac

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Story Title
The Hope... And the Slaughter!
Writer
Jim Shooter
Interior Art
Dave Wenzel
Cover Art
Dave Cockrum (signed)
Character Appearances
The Avengers [Hawkeye; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Vision; Scarlet Witch; Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Wonder Man; Thor [Donald Blake]; Yellowjacket [Hank Pym]; Wasp; Hercules; Quicksilver; Jocasta; Black Panther]; Captain Marvel [Mar-Vell]; Moondragon; Hellcat; Black Widow [Natasha Romanoff]; Guardians of the Galaxy [Starhawk; Charlie-27; Yondu; Martinex; Nikki]; The Watcher; Eternity; Odin; Zeus; Mephisto; Michael Korvac
Storyline
"The Hope... And the Slaughter!" The Avengers face Michael.
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Published 1977 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Warlock

The Final Threat
Jim Starlin
Jim Starlin (breakdowns; finished art page 30); Joe Rubinstein (finished art)
Jim Starlin
Avengers [Beast; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Moondragon; Scarlet Witch; Thor; Vision]; Adam Warlock (Death); Pip (Death); Gamora (Death); Captain Marvel; Thanos (Villain); Thanos-Thralls (Villain)
"The Final Threat"
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Published 1977 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Warlock

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Story Title
The Final Threat
Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Jim Starlin (breakdowns; finished art page 30); Joe Rubinstein (finished art)
Cover Art
Jim Starlin
Character Appearances
Avengers [Beast; Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Moondragon; Scarlet Witch; Thor; Vision]; Adam Warlock (Death); Pip (Death); Gamora (Death); Captain Marvel; Thanos (Villain); Thanos-Thralls (Villain)
Storyline
"The Final Threat"
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Published 1988 by DC Tags: Robin Death A Death in the Family

A Death in the Family Part Three, and Death of Robin (Jason Todd)

A Death in the Family Chapter 5
Jim Starlin
Jim Aparo
Mike Mignola
Batman; Robin (death); Shiela Haywood (death); Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner Gordon; Barbara Gordon; Superman; Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran; Joker (villain); Two-Face (villain)(flashback)
"A Death in the Family Chapter 5" Death of Sheila Haywood. Burial of Sheila Haywood and Jason Todd. Joker becomes the Iranian Ambassador to the U.N.
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Published 1988 by DC Tags: Robin Death A Death in the Family

A Death in the Family Part Three, and Death of Robin (Jason Todd)

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Story Title
A Death in the Family Chapter 5
Writer
Jim Starlin
Interior Art
Jim Aparo
Cover Art
Mike Mignola
Character Appearances
Batman; Robin (death); Shiela Haywood (death); Alfred Pennyworth; Commissioner Gordon; Barbara Gordon; Superman; Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran; Joker (villain); Two-Face (villain)(flashback)
Storyline
"A Death in the Family Chapter 5" Death of Sheila Haywood. Burial of Sheila Haywood and Jason Todd. Joker becomes the Iranian Ambassador to the U.N.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Captain America

Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!
Jim Steranko (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Jim Steranko
Jim Steranko (signed)
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; HYDRA; Madame Hydra; Rick Jones; Man-Killer (HYDRA robot)
"Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!" Cap is ambushed by HYDRA assassins at the command of Madame Hydra. The mission fails and later Rick Jones joins Cap in a training session. Alone, Rick picks up a message meant for Cap that causes him to hallucinate. Abducted by Hydra Cap searches for Rick and is attacked by a Hydra robot. Rick escapes & tries to warn Cap, who realizes he could make a good partner. Cap appears to leap from a rooftop into the river through a barrage of HYDRA gunfire. The police only find his costume and a mask with the facial features of Steve Rogers, suggesting "Rogers" was a fake identity.
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Published March 1969 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Captain America

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Story Title
Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!
Writer
Jim Steranko (plot); Stan Lee (dialogue)
Interior Art
Jim Steranko
Cover Art
Jim Steranko (signed)
Character Appearances
Captain America [Steve Rogers]; HYDRA; Madame Hydra; Rick Jones; Man-Killer (HYDRA robot)
Storyline
"Tomorrow You Live, Tonight I Die!" Cap is ambushed by HYDRA assassins at the command of Madame Hydra. The mission fails and later Rick Jones joins Cap in a training session. Alone, Rick picks up a message meant for Cap that causes him to hallucinate. Abducted by Hydra Cap searches for Rick and is attacked by a Hydra robot. Rick escapes & tries to warn Cap, who realizes he could make a good partner. Cap appears to leap from a rooftop into the river through a barrage of HYDRA gunfire. The police only find his costume and a mask with the facial features of Steve Rogers, suggesting "Rogers" was a fake identity.
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Published October 1973 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of the Deadly Dozen

Did You Ever See A Dozen Die?!
Gary Friedrich
Dick Ayers
Dick Ayers (signed)
Corporal
"Did You Ever See A Dozen Die?!" Jay Little Bear leads Kelly's men in to rescue Combat Kelly and Laurie from Doctor Sweikert. After losing his entire squad, Kelly quits the army to tend for the crippled Laurie.
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Published October 1973 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of the Deadly Dozen

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Story Title
Did You Ever See A Dozen Die?!
Writer
Gary Friedrich
Interior Art
Dick Ayers
Cover Art
Dick Ayers (signed)
Character Appearances
Corporal
Storyline
"Did You Ever See A Dozen Die?!" Jay Little Bear leads Kelly's men in to rescue Combat Kelly and Laurie from Doctor Sweikert. After losing his entire squad, Kelly quits the army to tend for the crippled Laurie.
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Published July 1979 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Belit

Death On the Black Coast!
Roy Thomas
John Buscema
Marie Severin (layouts); John Buscema [as JB] (signed)
Conan [Amra]; Black Corsairs [Belit [Queen of the Black Coast](dies); Laboto (dies); M'gora (dies); N'yaga the Shaman (dies)]; Giant Serpent (dies); the Devil-Ape (dies); Devils That Once Were Men (die)
"Death On the Black Coast!" Belit's greed leads to her and her crew's death. She comes back from the dead to save Conan. The ship Tigress is destroyed. Conan makes a funeral pyre of the Tigress and sets it adrift in the sea.
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Published July 1979 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Belit

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Story Title
Death On the Black Coast!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
John Buscema
Cover Art
Marie Severin (layouts); John Buscema [as JB] (signed)
Character Appearances
Conan [Amra]; Black Corsairs [Belit [Queen of the Black Coast](dies); Laboto (dies); M'gora (dies); N'yaga the Shaman (dies)]; Giant Serpent (dies); the Devil-Ape (dies); Devils That Once Were Men (die)
Storyline
"Death On the Black Coast!" Belit's greed leads to her and her crew's death. She comes back from the dead to save Conan. The ship Tigress is destroyed. Conan makes a funeral pyre of the Tigress and sets it adrift in the sea.
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Published October 1985 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Supergirl

Beyond the Silent Night
Marv Wolfman (credited)
George Perez (credited)
George Perez (signed)
Freedom Fighters [The Human Bomb; Phantom Lady; Uncle Sam; Doll Man; The Ray]; Marvel Family [Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Captain Marvel Jr.; Mr. Tawky-Tawny; Mary Marvel; Uncle Marvel]; Justice League of America [Wonder Woman (Earth-1); Black Canary; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Steel; Superman (Earth-1); Batman (Earth-1); Phantom Stranger; Firestorm]; New Teen Titans [Changeling [Gar Logan]; Kole; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Aqualad; Cyborg]; All-Star Squadron [Green Arrow (Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Liberty Belle; Crimson Avenger (image); Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]]; Justice Society of America [Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Power Girl; Superman (Earth-2)]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Blok; Mon-El; Wildfire; Brainiac 5]; The Outsiders [Katana; Metamorpho]; Infinity Inc. [Jade; Star-Spangled Kid]; Harbinger (brief origin); Pariah (origin); Alexander Luthor Jr.; Supergirl (death); Wildcat [Yolanda Montez]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Peacemaker; Thunderbolt [Peter Cannon]; Nightshade; Dr. Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Cinnamon; Firehair; Lori Lemaris; Dolphin; Enemy Ace; Lady Quark; unidentified Sea Devils; Green Lantern Corps (flashback); Guardians of the Universe (flashback); Monitor (flashback, brief origin); Negative Man (image); Deadman; Captain Atom; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Lana Lang; Lois Lane; Batgirl [Barbara Gordon]; Sivana; IBAC; Brainiac; Krona (flashback); Manhunters (flashback); Controllers (flashback); Anti-Monitor (villain, origin); Thunderers/Destroyers of Qward (flashback); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]
"Beyond the Silent Night" The last 5 surviving Earths are slowly merging together in limbo as the Antimonitor attempts to destroy them using a solar machine inside his fortress in the antimatter universe, which is causing the merging. Harbinger and Pariah explain the old multiverse's origins and their roles in the Crisis. The heroes then stop the Antimonitor's machine, but at the cost of Supergirl sacrificing her life. She damages the Antimonitor's armor, forcing him to retreat while swearing vengeance. She is given a heroes' eulogy and private funeral by her cousin Superman (Earth-1). The earths are safe for now.
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Published October 1985 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Supergirl

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Story Title
Beyond the Silent Night
Writer
Marv Wolfman (credited)
Interior Art
George Perez (credited)
Cover Art
George Perez (signed)
Character Appearances
Freedom Fighters [The Human Bomb; Phantom Lady; Uncle Sam; Doll Man; The Ray]; Marvel Family [Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Captain Marvel Jr.; Mr. Tawky-Tawny; Mary Marvel; Uncle Marvel]; Justice League of America [Wonder Woman (Earth-1); Black Canary; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Steel; Superman (Earth-1); Batman (Earth-1); Phantom Stranger; Firestorm]; New Teen Titans [Changeling [Gar Logan]; Kole; Starfire [Koriand'r]; Aqualad; Cyborg]; All-Star Squadron [Green Arrow (Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Liberty Belle; Crimson Avenger (image); Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]]; Justice Society of America [Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Power Girl; Superman (Earth-2)]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Blok; Mon-El; Wildfire; Brainiac 5]; The Outsiders [Katana; Metamorpho]; Infinity Inc. [Jade; Star-Spangled Kid]; Harbinger (brief origin); Pariah (origin); Alexander Luthor Jr.; Supergirl (death); Wildcat [Yolanda Montez]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Peacemaker; Thunderbolt [Peter Cannon]; Nightshade; Dr. Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Cinnamon; Firehair; Lori Lemaris; Dolphin; Enemy Ace; Lady Quark; unidentified Sea Devils; Green Lantern Corps (flashback); Guardians of the Universe (flashback); Monitor (flashback, brief origin); Negative Man (image); Deadman; Captain Atom; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Lana Lang; Lois Lane; Batgirl [Barbara Gordon]; Sivana; IBAC; Brainiac; Krona (flashback); Manhunters (flashback); Controllers (flashback); Anti-Monitor (villain, origin); Thunderers/Destroyers of Qward (flashback); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]
Storyline
"Beyond the Silent Night" The last 5 surviving Earths are slowly merging together in limbo as the Antimonitor attempts to destroy them using a solar machine inside his fortress in the antimatter universe, which is causing the merging. Harbinger and Pariah explain the old multiverse's origins and their roles in the Crisis. The heroes then stop the Antimonitor's machine, but at the cost of Supergirl sacrificing her life. She damages the Antimonitor's armor, forcing him to retreat while swearing vengeance. She is given a heroes' eulogy and private funeral by her cousin Superman (Earth-1). The earths are safe for now.
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Published November 1985 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Barry Allen

A Flash of the Lightning!
Marv Wolfman (credited)
George Perez (credited)
George Perez (signed)
Green Lantern Corps [Green Lantern [Arisia]; Green Lantern [Katma Tui]; Green Lantern [Tomar-Re]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Blok; White Witch; Ultra Boy; Phantom Girl; Dawnstar; Wildfire; Lightning Lad; Saturn Girl; Shrinking Violet; Brainiac 5; Lightning Lass; Element Lad; Sun Boy; Mon-El; Shadow Lass; Chameleon Boy; Colossal Boy; Star Boy; Dream Girl; Proty]; Omega Men [Zirral; Shlagen; Rynoc; Doc]; Challengers of the Unknown [Rocky Davis; Red Ryan; June Robbins; Prof. Haley; Ace Morgan]; Justice League of America [Flash [Barry Allen] (death); Firestorm; Vixen; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Red Tornado; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman [Earth-1] (flashback)]; New Teen Titans [Cyborg; Kid Flash [Wally West] (flashback)]; Guardians of the Universe; Firehawk (new costume); Blue Devil; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Anti-Monitor (villain, new costume); Darkseid; Desaad; T. O. Morrow; Thunderers of Qward; Joker (flashback); The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]
"A Flash of the Lightning!" The 5 earths and their universes are temporarily safe, as a captive Flash and Psycho Pirate witness the reemergence of the Anti-Monitor with a new plan to create an antimatter cannon. Using the Pirate to emotionally control the Anti-Monitor's Qwardian Thunderers as a diversion, Flash enters the cannon and runs counterclockwise to cause its energies to build up, thus exploding and destroying the cannon. The Anti-Monitor throws Flash throughout time (accounting for the images seen in issues 2, 3, and 12), killing him, and absorbs the entire energy of the anti-matter universe for a final attack.
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Published November 1985 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Barry Allen

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Story Title
A Flash of the Lightning!
Writer
Marv Wolfman (credited)
Interior Art
George Perez (credited)
Cover Art
George Perez (signed)
Character Appearances
Green Lantern Corps [Green Lantern [Arisia]; Green Lantern [Katma Tui]; Green Lantern [Tomar-Re]; Green Lantern [John Stewart]]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Blok; White Witch; Ultra Boy; Phantom Girl; Dawnstar; Wildfire; Lightning Lad; Saturn Girl; Shrinking Violet; Brainiac 5; Lightning Lass; Element Lad; Sun Boy; Mon-El; Shadow Lass; Chameleon Boy; Colossal Boy; Star Boy; Dream Girl; Proty]; Omega Men [Zirral; Shlagen; Rynoc; Doc]; Challengers of the Unknown [Rocky Davis; Red Ryan; June Robbins; Prof. Haley; Ace Morgan]; Justice League of America [Flash [Barry Allen] (death); Firestorm; Vixen; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Red Tornado; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman [Earth-1] (flashback)]; New Teen Titans [Cyborg; Kid Flash [Wally West] (flashback)]; Guardians of the Universe; Firehawk (new costume); Blue Devil; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]; Anti-Monitor (villain, new costume); Darkseid; Desaad; T. O. Morrow; Thunderers of Qward; Joker (flashback); The Spectre [Jim Corrigan]
Storyline
"A Flash of the Lightning!" The 5 earths and their universes are temporarily safe, as a captive Flash and Psycho Pirate witness the reemergence of the Anti-Monitor with a new plan to create an antimatter cannon. Using the Pirate to emotionally control the Anti-Monitor's Qwardian Thunderers as a diversion, Flash enters the cannon and runs counterclockwise to cause its energies to build up, thus exploding and destroying the cannon. The Anti-Monitor throws Flash throughout time (accounting for the images seen in issues 2, 3, and 12), killing him, and absorbs the entire energy of the anti-matter universe for a final attack.
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Published January 1986 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Starman

Death at the Dawn of Time
Marv Wolfman
George Perez
George Perez
Phantom Girl; Wildfire; Brainiac 5; Star Boy; Sun Boy; Mon-El; Blok; Element Lad; Saturn Girl; Shrinking Violet; Dream Girl; Tellus; Timber Wolf; Colossal Boy; Ultra Boy; Sensor Girl[Princess Projectra]; Chameleon Boy; Lightning Lad; Invisible Kid [Jacques Foccart]; Shadow Lass; Lightning Lass; White Witch; Cosmic Boy (all as the Legion of Super-Heroes); Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Mary Marvel; Captain Marvel Jr. (all as the Marvel Family, along with unidentified members); Rip Hunter; Jeff Smith; Bonnie Baxter (all as the Time Masters); Platinum; Tin; Lead; Iron (all as the Metal Men); Negative Woman; Robotman [Cliff Steele]; Celsius; Tempest [Joshua Clay] (all as the Doom Patrol); Aqualad; Aquagirl (death); Kole; Dove; Cyborg; Changeling [Gar Logan]; Speedy [Earth-1]; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Wonder Girl (all as the New Teen Titans); Jade; Fury; Northwind; Silver Scarab; Nuklon; Star-Spangled Kid; Obsidian (all as Infinity Inc.); Atom [Al Pratt]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Arrow [Earth-2]; Sargon the Sorcerer; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (all as the All-Star Squadron); Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Wonder Woman [Earth-2]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Robin [Earth-2]; Superman [Earth-2]; Dr. Fate; Dr. Mid-Nite; Power Girl (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); Halo; Katana; Black Lightning; Metamorpho (all as the Outsiders); Uncle Sam; Human Bomb; The Ray; Phantom Lady (all as the Freedom Fighters); Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman [Earth-1]; Hawkwoman [Shayera Thal]; Firestorm; Vixen; Phantom Stranger; Superman [Earth-1]; Firestorm; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Elongated Man; Aquaman; Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Zatanna; Adam Strange; Gypsy (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Mammoth; Shimmer; Psimon (all as the Fearsome Five); Validus; Emerald Empress; Persuader (all as the Fatal Five); Warp; Phobia; Plasmus; Houngan (all as the Brotherhood of Evil); Anthro; Robin [Jason Todd]; Mento; Dale Gunn; Dr. Magnus; Alexander Luthor Jr.; Captain Atom; Creeper; Lady Quark; Space Ranger; Cryll; Chris KL-99; Halk; Jero; Lois Lane Kent [Earth-2]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Dr. Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Atomic Knight; Peacemaker; Blue Devil; Superboy [Earth-Prime]; Captain Comet; Judomaster; Jemm, Son of Saturn; Magnetic Kid; Magno Lad; Wildcat [Yolanda Montez]; Dolphin; Harlequin; Peacemaker; Lori Lemaris; Ronal; Mera; Firehawk; Zatara; Madame Xanadu; Jennifer Morgan; Lex Luthor [Earth-1]; Brainiac; Chemo; Quakemaster; T. O. Morrow; Hector Hammond; Deathbolt; Sivana; Dr. Cyber; Per Degaton; Despero; Dr. Destiny; Multiplex; Bolt; Calendar Man; Silver Ghost; The Dummy; Captain Cold; Typhoon; Shaggy Man; Dr. Spectro; Lord Satanis; Deadshot; Insect Queen; The Lord of Time; Time Trapper; Ultra-Humanite; Kanjar Ro; Black Adam; Dr. Polaris; Electrocutioner; Bolt; Lightning Lord; Lightning; Anti-Monitor (villain); Rainbow Raider; Sinestro; Blockbuster; The Ghost; Star Sapphire; Faceless; Doctor Double X; Icicle (death); Maaldor the Darklord (death); Mirror Master (death); Krona; Huntress [original]
"Death at the Dawn of Time" The heroes learn through the Spectre that the multiverse is about to be destroyed by the Antimonitor at the dawn of time via the antimatter universe. 2 groups have been formed: Heroes to stop the Antimonitor's plans, Villains to stop Krona from peering into his special mirror (as seen in Crisis 7). Both groups almost fail (villains by Krona's hand, heroes by the Antimonitor), but the Spectre arrives to fight the Antimonitor. An enormous explosion takes place between the Spectre/Antimonitor battle as everything we know disappears and becomes black. To be continued...?
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Death of Starman

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Story Title
Death at the Dawn of Time
Writer
Marv Wolfman
Interior Art
George Perez
Cover Art
George Perez
Character Appearances
Phantom Girl; Wildfire; Brainiac 5; Star Boy; Sun Boy; Mon-El; Blok; Element Lad; Saturn Girl; Shrinking Violet; Dream Girl; Tellus; Timber Wolf; Colossal Boy; Ultra Boy; Sensor Girl[Princess Projectra]; Chameleon Boy; Lightning Lad; Invisible Kid [Jacques Foccart]; Shadow Lass; Lightning Lass; White Witch; Cosmic Boy (all as the Legion of Super-Heroes); Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Mary Marvel; Captain Marvel Jr. (all as the Marvel Family, along with unidentified members); Rip Hunter; Jeff Smith; Bonnie Baxter (all as the Time Masters); Platinum; Tin; Lead; Iron (all as the Metal Men); Negative Woman; Robotman [Cliff Steele]; Celsius; Tempest [Joshua Clay] (all as the Doom Patrol); Aqualad; Aquagirl (death); Kole; Dove; Cyborg; Changeling [Gar Logan]; Speedy [Earth-1]; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Wonder Girl (all as the New Teen Titans); Jade; Fury; Northwind; Silver Scarab; Nuklon; Star-Spangled Kid; Obsidian (all as Infinity Inc.); Atom [Al Pratt]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Arrow [Earth-2]; Sargon the Sorcerer; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (all as the All-Star Squadron); Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Wonder Woman [Earth-2]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Robin [Earth-2]; Superman [Earth-2]; Dr. Fate; Dr. Mid-Nite; Power Girl (all as the Justice Society of America/JSA); Halo; Katana; Black Lightning; Metamorpho (all as the Outsiders); Uncle Sam; Human Bomb; The Ray; Phantom Lady (all as the Freedom Fighters); Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz]; Atom [Ray Palmer]; Batman [Earth-1]; Hawkwoman [Shayera Thal]; Firestorm; Vixen; Phantom Stranger; Superman [Earth-1]; Firestorm; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Elongated Man; Aquaman; Wonder Woman [Earth-1]; Zatanna; Adam Strange; Gypsy (all as the Justice League of America/JLA); Mammoth; Shimmer; Psimon (all as the Fearsome Five); Validus; Emerald Empress; Persuader (all as the Fatal Five); Warp; Phobia; Plasmus; Houngan (all as the Brotherhood of Evil); Anthro; Robin [Jason Todd]; Mento; Dale Gunn; Dr. Magnus; Alexander Luthor Jr.; Captain Atom; Creeper; Lady Quark; Space Ranger; Cryll; Chris KL-99; Halk; Jero; Lois Lane Kent [Earth-2]; Blue Beetle [Ted Kord]; Dr. Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Atomic Knight; Peacemaker; Blue Devil; Superboy [Earth-Prime]; Captain Comet; Judomaster; Jemm, Son of Saturn; Magnetic Kid; Magno Lad; Wildcat [Yolanda Montez]; Dolphin; Harlequin; Peacemaker; Lori Lemaris; Ronal; Mera; Firehawk; Zatara; Madame Xanadu; Jennifer Morgan; Lex Luthor [Earth-1]; Brainiac; Chemo; Quakemaster; T. O. Morrow; Hector Hammond; Deathbolt; Sivana; Dr. Cyber; Per Degaton; Despero; Dr. Destiny; Multiplex; Bolt; Calendar Man; Silver Ghost; The Dummy; Captain Cold; Typhoon; Shaggy Man; Dr. Spectro; Lord Satanis; Deadshot; Insect Queen; The Lord of Time; Time Trapper; Ultra-Humanite; Kanjar Ro; Black Adam; Dr. Polaris; Electrocutioner; Bolt; Lightning Lord; Lightning; Anti-Monitor (villain); Rainbow Raider; Sinestro; Blockbuster; The Ghost; Star Sapphire; Faceless; Doctor Double X; Icicle (death); Maaldor the Darklord (death); Mirror Master (death); Krona; Huntress [original]
Storyline
"Death at the Dawn of Time" The heroes learn through the Spectre that the multiverse is about to be destroyed by the Antimonitor at the dawn of time via the antimatter universe. 2 groups have been formed: Heroes to stop the Antimonitor's plans, Villains to stop Krona from peering into his special mirror (as seen in Crisis 7). Both groups almost fail (villains by Krona's hand, heroes by the Antimonitor), but the Spectre arrives to fight the Antimonitor. An enormous explosion takes place between the Spectre/Antimonitor battle as everything we know disappears and becomes black. To be continued...?

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Story Title
The Monitor Tapes...
Script
Marv Wolfman
Pencils
George Perez
Story Line
Harbinger (as Lyla) begins to explain things she's learned from the Monitor's records about the multiverse and its changes that it will soon go through, and how she is the one who has to continue recording these events and why it needs to be done by her.
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Published April 1982 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Elektra

Last Hand
Frank Miller
Frank Miller (breakdowns); Klaus Janson (finished art)
Frank Miller
Daredevil; Elektra (death); Foggy Nelson; Punisher; Kingpin (villain); Bullseye (villain); Eric Slaughter (villain); Turk (villain); Grotto (villain)
"Last Hand" Bullseye breaks out of prison. Elektra hunts down Foggy and is about to kill him until she recognizes him as Matt's buddy from college. Bullseye fights Elektra and kills her with her own sai. DD goes after Bullseye and ends up dropping him from a great height, breaking every bone in his body.
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Death of Elektra

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Story Title
Last Hand
Writer
Frank Miller
Interior Art
Frank Miller (breakdowns); Klaus Janson (finished art)
Cover Art
Frank Miller
Character Appearances
Daredevil; Elektra (death); Foggy Nelson; Punisher; Kingpin (villain); Bullseye (villain); Eric Slaughter (villain); Turk (villain); Grotto (villain)
Storyline
"Last Hand" Bullseye breaks out of prison. Elektra hunts down Foggy and is about to kill him until she recognizes him as Matt's buddy from college. Bullseye fights Elektra and kills her with her own sai. DD goes after Bullseye and ends up dropping him from a great height, breaking every bone in his body.
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Published March 1999 by Marvel Tags: Death

Death of Karen Page

Guardian Devil Part 5: Devil's Despair
Kevin Smith
Joe Quesada
Joe Quesada (signed)
Daredevil; Dr. Strange; Wong; Sister Maggie Murdock; Karen Page (death); Bullseye (villain); Mephisto (villain)
"Guardian Devil Part 5: Devil's Despair" Strange lets DD know that he has been duped in much that has gone on and he summons Mephisto to prove it; DD races to the church to save the child, his mother and Karen from the deadly Bullseye but isn't quite successful.
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Death of Karen Page

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Story Title
Guardian Devil Part 5: Devil's Despair
Writer
Kevin Smith
Interior Art
Joe Quesada
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Daredevil; Dr. Strange; Wong; Sister Maggie Murdock; Karen Page (death); Bullseye (villain); Mephisto (villain)
Storyline
"Guardian Devil Part 5: Devil's Despair" Strange lets DD know that he has been duped in much that has gone on and he summons Mephisto to prove it; DD races to the church to save the child, his mother and Karen from the deadly Bullseye but isn't quite successful.
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Published December 1981 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Air Wave (Larry Jordan)

The Day the Elements Went Wild!
Gerry Conway
Irv Novick
Ross Andru
Superman; Metamorpho; Java (villain); Sapphire Stagg; Morgan Edge; Lou; Simon Stagg
"The Day the Elements Went Wild!"
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Published December 1981 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Air Wave (Larry Jordan)

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Story Title
The Day the Elements Went Wild!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman; Metamorpho; Java (villain); Sapphire Stagg; Morgan Edge; Lou; Simon Stagg
Storyline
"The Day the Elements Went Wild!"

Other Story

Story Title
Whatever Happened to the Original Air Wave?
Script
Bob Rozakis
Pencils
Alex Saviuk
Story Line
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Published August 1976 by DC Tags: Death

Death of the Top

If I Can't Rob Central City, NOBODY Can!
Cary Bates
Irv Novick
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Flash [Barry Allen]; The Top [Roscoe Dillon]; Mirror Master [Sam Scudder]; Captain Cold [Len Snart]; Weather Wizard [Mark Mardon]; Captain Boomerang [Digger Harkness]; Heat Wave [Mick Rory]; The Trickster [James Jesse]; Iris Allen
"If I Can't Rob Central City, NOBODY Can!" The Rogues find out that the Top has died, but he's forced them to find the six pieces of a bomb or Central City will be destroyed.
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Death of the Top

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Story Title
If I Can't Rob Central City, NOBODY Can!
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Irv Novick
Cover Art
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Character Appearances
Flash [Barry Allen]; The Top [Roscoe Dillon]; Mirror Master [Sam Scudder]; Captain Cold [Len Snart]; Weather Wizard [Mark Mardon]; Captain Boomerang [Digger Harkness]; Heat Wave [Mick Rory]; The Trickster [James Jesse]; Iris Allen
Storyline
"If I Can't Rob Central City, NOBODY Can!" The Rogues find out that the Top has died, but he's forced them to find the six pieces of a bomb or Central City will be destroyed.

Other Story

Story Title
Dust of the Earth!
Script
Denny O'Neil
Pencils
Mike Grell
Story Line
The Ravagers of Olys de-evolve Green Lantern into an ape.
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Published July 1979 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Iris Allen

The Last Dance!
Cary Bates
Alex Saviuk
Dick Giordano ?; Ross Andru ?
Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo); Iris Allen
"The Last Dance!" The murder of Iris Allen, apparently at the hand of Clive Yorkin.
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Published July 1979 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Iris Allen

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Story Title
The Last Dance!
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Alex Saviuk
Cover Art
Dick Giordano ?; Ross Andru ?
Character Appearances
Flash [Barry Allen]; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo); Iris Allen
Storyline
"The Last Dance!" The murder of Iris Allen, apparently at the hand of Clive Yorkin.
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Published August 1983 by DC Tags: Death

Death of Professor Zoom

The Slayer and the Slain
Cary Bates
Carmine Infantino
Carmine Infantino (signed)
Flash [Barry Allen]; Professor Zoom; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Dexter Myles; Mack Nathan; Troy Nathan; Fiona Webb; Elongated Man [Ralph Dibny]; Henry Allen; Nora Allen; Captain Darryl Frye; Detective Frank Curtis; Guardians of OA; Henry Wilson
"The Slayer and the Slain" Professor Zoom leads the Flash on a chase around the world that culminates in Zoom attempting to kill Barry's fiance.
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Death of Professor Zoom

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Story Title
The Slayer and the Slain
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Carmine Infantino
Cover Art
Carmine Infantino (signed)
Character Appearances
Flash [Barry Allen]; Professor Zoom; Kid Flash [Wally West]; Dexter Myles; Mack Nathan; Troy Nathan; Fiona Webb; Elongated Man [Ralph Dibny]; Henry Allen; Nora Allen; Captain Darryl Frye; Detective Frank Curtis; Guardians of OA; Henry Wilson
Storyline
"The Slayer and the Slain" Professor Zoom leads the Flash on a chase around the world that culminates in Zoom attempting to kill Barry's fiance.
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