"The Flash: "The Man Who Commanded the Night"": The Fastest Man Alive must face a new villain who can turn the brightness of day to the darkness of night in order to commit crime.

Flash Comics #33 is an issue of the series Flash Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1942.

Appearing in The Flash: "The Man Who Commanded the Night"

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  • Damask Darling
  • Fanny

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  • New Rock Harbor (Mentioned only)
  • Darling Mansion

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  • Cosmoray Guns
  • The Shade's darkness machine

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Synopsis for The Flash: "The Man Who Commanded the Night"

The Fastest Man Alive must face a new villain who can turn the brightness of day to the darkness of night in order to commit crime.

Appearing in Hawkman: "The Affair of Father Time"

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  • Hawkman's hawks

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  • Gustave Markham

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  • Merry Merry Club
  • Hangman's Fen

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  • Liquid solution of Nth Metal
  • Father Time's wisdom potion

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Synopsis for Hawkman: "The Affair of Father Time"

Hawkman goes up against "Father Time," who is killing rich businessmen unless they pay for the privilege of living.

Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "Peachy Pet, Navy Mascot"

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Appearing in Ghost Patrol: "The Ferret"

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Appearing in The Whip: "The Masquerader"

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Appearing in The King: "Crime Invades the Art World

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Notes

  • This issue's Flash villain, The Shade, is not Dickie Swift, and is also not Keyhole Carter.

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