The Flash #134

Published
December 1976
Page count
68
Cover price
0.40 AUD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
Branding
Planet Comics (2)
 
Planet Comics (2)

Credits

Editing
, editor

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Show/hide Cover Collision Course with Disaster! (The Flash) Cover, 1 page

""I've got to find Flash before he's struck dead!" Watch out, Flash! You're on a "Collision Course with Disaster!""

Featuring

Feature
The Flash
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Art
Ernie Chan, line art [as Ernie Chua]

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #240 (March 1976)
Show/hide 1. Collision Course With Disaster (The Flash) Comic story, 11 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Flash
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-2199

Credits

Writing
Cary Bates, scripter
Art
Irv Novick, penciller
 
Tex Blaisdell, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #240 (March 1976)
Show/hide 2. The Floods will Come (Green Lantern) Comic story, 7 pages

Featuring

Feature
Green Lantern
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-2206

Credits

Writing
Denny O'Neil, scripter
Art
Mike Grell, penciller
 
Tex Blaisdell, inker
Editing
Julius Schwartz, editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #240 (March 1976)
Show/hide 3. Deal Me from the Bottom (The Flash (Jay Garrick)) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Flash (Jay Garrick)
Genre
Superhero
Code
N-1087
Characters
The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Deuces Wilde (villain)

Credits

Writing
Gardner Fox , scripter [credited as Gardner F. Fox]
 
John Broome , scripter [credited as Gardner F. Fox]
Art
Martin Naydel, line art
Text
, letterer
Editing
Sheldon Mayer, original editor [credited]
 
Ted Udall, original Assistant Editor [attributed]
 
Julius Schwartz, original Assistant Editor [attributed]

Reprint history

First print
United States
All-Flash (DC, 1941 series) #22 (April-May 1946)
Deal Me from the Bottom!
Also printed
United States
DC Super Stars (DC, 1976 series) #5 (July 1976)
Deal Me from the Bottom!

Synopsis

Deuces Wilde relates a strange tale of a young boy who developed an amazing ability in pitching playing cards, an ability used to further his criminal pursuits.

Notes

This is a modern redrawing of a story originally drawn by Martin Naydle.

Show/hide 4. Danger: Thoughts at Work (The Atom) Comic story, 5 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Atom
Genre
Superhero
Code
S-2052

Credits

Writing
Marty Pasko, scripter [as Martin Pasko]
Art
José Delbo, line art
Text
, letterer
Editing
Julius Schwartz, original editor
 
E. Nelson Bridwell, original Associate Editor
 
Bob Rozakis, original Assistant Editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Action Comics (DC, 1938 series) #453 (November 1975)
Danger: Thoughts at Work!

Synopsis

Dr. Speer asks Ray to help him fix his Actualizer machine which is causing people to act out their subconscious thoughts.

Show/hide 5. The Midnight Peril (The Kid Flash) Comic story, 11 pages
Show/hide 6. The Modern Paul Bunyan (Johnny Quick and his Magic Formula) Comic story, 6 pages

Featuring

Feature
Johnny Quick and his Magic Formula
Genre
Superhero

Credits

Writing
, scripter
Art
Paul Norris, penciller
 
Sy Barry, inker
Text
, letterer
Editing
Whitney Ellsworth, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
Adventure Comics (DC, 1938 series) #179 (August 1952)
The Modern Paul Bunyan
Also printed
Australia
Super Adventure Comic (Colour Comics, 1950 series) #77 ([November 1956?])
The Modern Paul Bunyan
Show/hide 7. The Tale of the Three Tokens (The Flash (Jay Garrick)) Comic story, 12 pages

Featuring

Feature
The Flash (Jay Garrick)
Genre
Superhero
Code
N-466; FL113

Credits

Writing
Robert Kanigher, scripter
Art
Carmine Infantino, penciller
 
Bernard Sachs, inker
Text
, letterer
Editing
E. Nelson Bridwell, original editor

Reprint history

First print
United States
The Flash (DC, 1959 series) #214 (April 1972)
The Tale of the Three Tokens!

Synopsis

The Thinker steal a time machine and plans to use it to rob banks but is stopped by the Flash and the inventor of the time machine.

Notes

This is a previously unpublished 1940s Golden Age story.


Status

AusReprints ID

  • 335

Entry created

  • 28/11/2003

Cover added

  • 03/06/2007

Index completed

  • 28/11/2003

Last updated

  • 19/09/2019