The Flash by Mark Waid. #6 / Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, Ron Marz, writer ; Paul Ryan, Eduardo Barreto, Val Semeiks, Bart Sears, Andy Smith, Jeff Johnson, Ron Lim, Tom Grindberg, Oscar Jimenez, pencillers ; John Nyberg, Gerry Fernandez, Chip Wallace, Jose Marzan Jr., Bill Anderson, Mark Pennington, Dick Giordano, inkers ; Tom McCraw, Ian Laughlin, John Kalisz, colorists ; Gaspar Saladino, Albert DeGuzman, Chris Eliopoulos, Clem Robins, John Costanza, Spike, letterers.
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|Crookston Public Library||Y G WAI (Text)||33500013079116||Main||Available||-|
|McIntosh Public Library||Y G WAI (Text)||33500013079108||Main||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781401293802
- ISBN: 1401293808
- Physical Description: 428 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
- Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics, 
- Copyright: ©2019
"Originally published in single magazine form in Flash 119-128, and the two-part series Green Latern and The Flash: Faster Friends, Flash Plus Nightwing 1, Showcase '96 12 and a story from DC Universe Holiday Bash 1"--Title page verso.
"In this next graphic novel chapter, the mayor of Keystone asks the Flash to relocate himself away from Keystone City -- but trouble still manages to find the Fastest Man Alive in his new home of Santa Marta. First, the Flash saves a presidential candidate from the Top, a member of the Rogues. The, Mr. Frost strikes -- and his illusions threaten to destroy both the Flash and his new home. And when word spreads that the Flash has moved to a new city, several of his greatest foes show up to cause trouble, including the earthquake causing Major Disaster!"-- Amazon.com
Mark Waid, a New York Times best-selling author, has written a wider variety of well-known comics characters than any other American comics author, from Superman to the Justice League to Spider-Man to Archie and hundreds of others. His award-winning graphic novel with artist Alex Ross, Kingdom Come, is one of the best-selling comics collections of all time.
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