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"The Fall Guy": While driving through the city, Jay Garrick accidentally hits a man with his car. His insurance agent suggests that it could have been part of a racket. Sure enough, when the agent produces pictures of known criminals, Jay recognizes the man he hit. As the Fl

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Jay Garrick

Flash Comics #19 is an issue of the series Flash Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1941.

Synopsis for "The Fall Guy"

While driving through the city, Jay Garrick accidentally hits a man with his car. His insurance agent suggests that it could have been part of a racket. Sure enough, when the agent produces pictures of known criminals, Jay recognizes the man he hit. As the Flash, he goes to the hospital and grabs the man, taking him to the building of his lawyer, Gypper Zilich. Frightened, Zilich confesses to being part of many different fake accidents around the city. After learning of planned crimes, the Flash runs around stopping them and bringing all the culprits back to Zilich's office. When Bridges, the head of the accident racket, arrives on the scene, the Flash locks the entire gang in the office and swiftly brings the D.A. and police to arrest them.

Appearing in "The Fall Guy"

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  • Gypper Zilich (Single appearance)
  • Accident Racket (Single appearance)
    • Bridges (Single appearance)
    • A. Hubbard (Single appearance)
    • Jones (Single appearance)
    • Henry (Single appearance)
    • Sally (Single appearance)


Synopsis for "Hawkman"


Appearing in "Hawkman"

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  • Hood (Single appearance)

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Notes

  • Aside from the stories above, this issue contains:
    • "Johnny Thunder"
    • "Les Sparks Radio Amateur" by Don Cameron
    • The King in "Adventure of the Scarlet Mermaid" by Harry Lampert
    • "The Whip" by John B. Wentworth and Homer Flemig
    • "Ed Wheelan's "Minute Movies". "Circus Chimp"
    • "Zansu the Brain-Bulder" by Evelyn Gaines (text story)



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