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Series: The Flash TPBs

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The Flash: The Silver Age Vol. 1 by Robert Kanigher105-116*
Showcase Presents: The Flash, Vol. 1 by Robert Kanigher105-119*
The Flash: The Silver Age Vol. 2 by John Broome117-132*
Showcase Presents The Flash VOL 02 by John Broome120-140*
The Flash Omnibus Volume One by Robert Kanigher105-132*
Showcase Presents: The Flash Vol. 3 by John Broome141-161*
The Flash: The Silver Age Omnibus Vol. 2 by John Broome133-163*
Showcase Presents: The Flash Vol. 4 by Gardner Fox162-184*
The Flash: Born to Run by Mark Waid62-65
The Flash: The Return of Barry Allen by Mark Waid74-79
The Flash: Terminal Velocity by Mark Waid0, 95-100
The Flash: Dead Heat by Mark Waid108-111
The Flash Race Against Time (DC Comics) by Mark Waid112-118
The Flash: Wonderland by Geoff Johns164-169
The Flash Vol. 1: Blood Will Run by Geoff Johns170-176
The Flash Vol. 2: Rogues by Geoff Johns177-182
The Flash Vol. 3: Crossfire by Geoff Johns183-191
The Flash Vol. 4: Blitz by Geoff Johns192-200
The Flash Vol. 5: Ignition by Geoff Johns201-206
The Flash Vol. 6: The Secret of Barry Allen by Geoff Johns207-211, 213-217
The Flash, Vol. 7: Rogue War by Geoff Johns212, 218, 220-225
The Flash: The Wild Wests by Mark Waid231-237
The Flash: Rebirth by Geoff JohnsPrelude***
The Flash, Vol. 1: The Dastardly Death of the Rogues by Geoff Johns1-7***
The Flash Vol. 2: The Road to Flashpoint by Geoff Johns8-12***

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Collected Editions of issues titled The Flash, issues from the Silver Age onwards.
(May not include all stories from the issues. May also include issues of other titles.)

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