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- How can you possibly claim to be the Flash, Barry Allen -- when I -- Jay Garrick -- am the Flash -- and have been so for more than 20 years?!
- -- Jay Garrick
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- "The Flash of Two Worlds" was originally printed in The Flash #123. It is also reprinted in 80-Page Giant #9, Greatest Team-Up Stories Ever Told , Flash Archives, Volume 3 and Crisis on Multiple Earths: The Team-Ups.
- This issue is divided into three chapters.
- The origins of both Barry Allen and Jay Garrick are recapped in this issue.
- The Flash appeared last in Justice League of America #6. He appears next in Justice League of America #7.
- The Fiddler chronologically appeared last in Starman Vol 2 #46. His last actual appearance was in Comic Cavalcade #28. He appears next in Justice League of America #21.
- Unofficially, this is the first appearance of the Multiverse. The Multiverse represents parallel dimensions that exist side by side to one another, and is only accessible through vibrational attunement.
- First unofficial appearance of Earth-One and Earth-Two as separate entities. They will not be named as such until Justice League of America #21.
- First appearance of Joan Williams as Joan Garrick. Jay and Joan's wedding was chronicled in flashback in Flash Vol 2 #161.
- The cover to this issue features both Flashes racing to rescue an injured man. Jay Garrick is the one who saves the man, while Barry Allen is the one who deflects the falling girder.
- This issue establishes that writer Gardner Fox exists in Earth-One continuity as well as that of Earth-Prime.
- DC Direct released a statuette modeled after the cover to this issue.
- The events from this issue take place on June 14th, 1961.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Flash article at Wikipedia
- Flash article at Toonopedia
- Flash article at Sequart
- Flash profile at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Flash profile by Alan Kistler
- Flash - Those Who Ride the Lightning
- Flash (Jay Garrick) article at Wikipedia
- Flash (Jay Garrick) biography page at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- The Flash series index at the Grand Comics Database