"Flash: "The Story of the Boy Genius"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- So it was YOU, my fine feathered friend, who pulled the thread that yanked the trigger that fired the shot that killed your former partner, Victor Teal!
- — Fred, Ghost Patrol
Synopsis for Flash: "The Story of the Boy Genius"
Appearing in Flash: "The Story of the Boy Genius"
- armed robbers: Moose, his brother, others
- Bobby Gordon
- Mr. & Mrs. Gordon
- Keystone City
- Gordon Home
- Daily Review office
Synopsis for Ghost Patrol: "8:43 Tonight!"
Appearing in Ghost Patrol: "8:43 Tonight!"
- Teal's ex-partner
- Victor Teal (Dies)
- Teal's ex-fiancee
- Teal's debtor
- other guests
- Teal's Mansion
Synopsis for Atom: "Jack and the Green Walk"
Appearing in Atom: "Jack and the Green Walk"
- night club gangsters
- Mr. Murphy, grocer
- Jack's widowed mother
- posh night club patrons
- Jack's late dad's watch (damaged)
Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "Peachy Pet Fights Crime"
Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "Peachy Pet Fights Crime"
- Thunder Family Home
- Camelot (Unnamed)
Synopsis for Hawkman: "The Man Who Couldn't Grow Old"
Appearing in Hawkman: "The Man Who Couldn't Grow Old"
- Junior Ellis
- Senor (Mister) Abada
- Charlie Chaplin (Mentioned only)
- Ponce de Leon (Mentioned only)
- Maya Civilization (Mentioned only)
- Nth Metal Wings and belt
- Published monthly by National Comics Publications, Inc., for the first time, replacing J.R. Publishing Co.
- First issue of this comic for the Atom by Joseph Greene and Joe Gallagher, from All-American Comics, seemingly displacing Rockhead McWizzard by Ed Wheelan. These two features will swap places for the next few issues, until Flash Comics #84, after which Rockhead McWizzard does not return. Uncoincidentally, at that point the page count drops from 52 to 48.
- The Atom gets head-konked unconscious, with a heavy skillet.
- In Ghost Patrol, Fred, despite being a ghost, is head-konked unconscious, with a blackjack.
- Also appearing in this issue of Flash Comics were:
- Editorial Advisory Board (promotional text)
- Dodo and the Frog: "100 Ways to Fool a Dodo" (2/3 page ad for the current issue of Funny Stuff #18)
- The Man Who Couldn't Grow Old: The Maya civilization developed in the area that today comprises southeastern Mexico, all of Guatemala and Belize, and the western portions of Honduras and El Salvador. There was no Maya in Brazil.